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  • The Hobo Kingdom 'A Chase of Blood on Steel'

    by Dan Biermeier
    The Hobo Kingdom is the world of the vast railroad system in America, populated by people who choose to live untethered and free. This world operates outside the constraints of society, off the grid of police protection and below the radar of the legal system. Bad news is rolling down these tracks. Theft, rape and murder against the nomadic hobos, tramps and bums who chose these steel rails as transportation and home is on the rise. Violent men have seen the reality; the Hobo Kingdom is fair gam... more
  • Money, Family, Murder

    by Timothy Patten
    In the picture-perfect community of Newport Beach, violent crime is virtually non-existent. Until one sunny morning, when the beautiful bookkeeper of Newport’s wealthiest family is found strangled in her bed. Johnny Barnes — loyal husband, dad, philanthropist, and all-around decent guy — is arrested for the murder. Johnny has been wrongly accused. He is released on $20 million bail, but the tide of public feeling turns rapidly against him; everyone has competing agendas, from the power-hungry... more
  • Blood on Hampton Beach: A Dan Marlowe Novel

    by Jed Power

    There’s something tempting at Hampton Beach, something besides the sea and sand. Money and lots of it. The kind of money that brings greed, violence and murder to anyone it touches.

    Just Dan Marlowe’s luck to stumble across the murdered body of Hampton Beach’s premier landlord. Now he has to find something else—her killer—and fast. Before a Hampton police detective, who thinks Dan is behind every crime on the beach, hangs the murder on Dan.

    In this, t... more

  • A Note Before Dying (A Ghostwriter Mystery Book 6)

    by C.A. Larmer
    When rock legend Jed Moody is electrocuted while strutting his stuff on stage, he’s lucky his biggest fan Roxy Parker is in the crowd. The Ghostwriter may be there to write his life story but now she wants to know who snuffed it out and why. Could it be a string of lovers, his long-suffering wife, embittered band members or the sexy sparkie with the chip on his shoulder and the soft spot for Roxy?
  • The Iron Relic Book I: The Crossing

    by Bobby Hundley
    On his deathbed, billionaire philanthropist Henry Calhoun entrusts a silver crucifix pendant to his dearly beloved great grandson, Adam, and entreats him to keep his possession of it a secret. For, he says, in the small chamber at the back of it rests the broken tip from one of the Holy Nails that pierced Christ’s flesh. The legacy soon becomes a nightmare bequest as mystery, murder and miracles ensue, with shadowy figures and thugs for hire crossing paths with Vatican emissaries and forbidden a... more
  • Requiem for Rosco

    by Peter Gallagher
    Requiem for Rosco is a complex murder mystery set in Chicago. It gives readers a gritty, poignant tour of the city, navigating from the Gold Coast to the housing projects, and ultimately to the financial center on LaSalle Street. It is as much an intimate love story as it is a mystery. Gallagher's quick-cut pacing is a grabber, keeping three distinctive male characters and equally strong female characters in balance. The multiple viewpoints of this ambitious literary architecture allow Gallagher... more
  • Solomon's Whisper

    by Sandra Brannan

    “Finalist for Best Mystery/Suspense of 2014″ by Foreword Reviews

    “Finalist for Best Book Cover for Fiction” by Foreword Reviews

     

    AS LIV BERGEN INVESTIGATES THE UNSOLVED MURDER OF HER NIECE, SHE UNCOVERS A DANGEROUSLY-GUARDED SECRET-AND STUMBLES INTO ONE OF THE MOST PROLIFIC KILLERS SHE'S FACED YET.

    ONCE AN AMATEUR SLEUTH, LIV "BOOTS" BERGEN has now found her... more

  • Cuts Like Glass

    by Dana S. Feldman
    When Gabe and Ella Griffin venture out for a day of sailing, terror and suspicion arise when the coast guard finds their boat floating in the middle of the Pacific Ocean with only Ella on board. Unconscious and in a pool of blood, Ella cannot seem to remember what happened. With the last two hours of her life a complete blank, she seems the distraught wife in search of the truth as to what happened to her missing husband. Or is she? With no body, no witnesses, no murder weapon, and no appa... more
  • Sweet Things Dying

    by Dana S. Feldman
    When out of work journalist, Eva Goldberg, reluctantly takes on an assignment to ghostwrite the autobiography of one of Hollywood’s brightest stars, she uncovers the truth surrounding the mysterious disappearance of a woman, and the murders of several others. As some truths are unearthed, Eva is besieged with more questions than she could ever have imagined. Despite putting her own life in peril, she cannot stop herself from digging further until she gets to the bottom of the truth.
  • Metal: The Trevin Project, Book One

    by Stephen Gerard
    The Trevin Project is the name of my new young adult action adventure series. The first book is called Metal and was published by Montauk Press in November 2014. The story centers around Delbert Hanks, a fifteen year-old high school student living with his mom in Claxburg, Maryland who accidentally drinks from a tainted bottle of Atomic Plus, a popular energy drink. Within weeks he discovers his body is slowly turning into metal. He hides this discovery from his mom, his estranged father, an... more
  • The Oracle of Baal

    by Rebecca Yount

    "The most puzzling aspect of Rosalinda Evelyn's suicide was that she shot herself with a in the head with a Magnum 8mm automatic just five hours after having won the Critics' Choice award for beat actress."

    In his most bizarre case, Anglo Indian Scotland Yard Chief Inspector Mick Chandra and his partner, Hong Kong-born Elizabeth Change, face the challenge of exposing a sex and suicide cult, the Oracle of Baal, which persuades its clients that death is the way to ultima... more

  • Murder On The Menu (Nikki Hunter Mysteries) (Volume 1)

    by Nancy Skopin
    Private Investigator Nicoli “Nikki” Hunter has lost enthusiasm for the bar and restaurant surveys that pay the bills but no longer challenge her. When the brutal murder of socialite, (and stripper), Laura Howard lands on her desk, she finally encounters a case worthy of her talent. Murder on the Menu is the first in a series of mysteries featuring Nikki Hunter. The only child of a Cossack and a former nun, Hunter is a smart, tenacious thirty-five-year-old, who lives aboard a sailboat in the San... more
  • Sunbaked

    by Junie Coffey
    Nina Spark bought a house off the internet. On a sunny island she’d never heard of before. At about two o’clock in the morning with a glass of red wine in her hand. About a week later, she was sitting across a desk from Pineapple Cay's chief of police, wondering how her daydream of easy living in the islands got so far off track so quickly. For fans of comedic mysteries, and readers looking for a tropical beach vacation in a book at the tail end of a long, hard winter.
  • Deceived: A Sam McClellan Tale

    by Laura S. Wharton
    The beach life isn’t sunny for Detective Sam McClellan—not after he just lost his partner in a brutal killing that makes no sense. The truth pulls at him like an undertow as he uncovers an extensive drug trafficking scheme in the idyllic beach resort communities of North Carolina. With the help of sassy sidekick Molly Monroe and tips from some shady characters, Sam finds himself in one dangerous situation after another. Drowning in waves of trouble crashing around him, will Sam be able to save h... more
  • The Phantom Soldier

    by Jon L Cadel
    London, 2005. A re-elected government and fresh anti-war protests. Hopeful of securing a lucrative contract as a Private Military Contractor, Paul Elements heads to the capital to meet head honcho James Thompson—who is quick to question his lack of experience. When it turns out Elements has links to a social group that holds a secret, a secret which left a young man vegetating in a coma—one man convicted of the assault, one perpetrator unknown—Thompson gives him a week to find the identity of th... more
  • The Einstein Proxy

    by Steve Dimodica
    Albert Einstein died of natural causes in 1955. A final manuscript, long believed to be his incomplete deliberations on the most vexing issue in physics, is left in his office. It is a decoy. The brilliant scientist has smuggled the true mathematical solution overseas to a cadre of Jewish academics. It stays hidden for six decades. The year shifts to 2013. A family gathers around the table for a Seder feast at the beginning of Passover in the old Jewish quarter of Istanbul. A strange... more

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