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  • A DEAD RED CADILLAC

    by RP Dahlke
    Cross-dressers, a crazy Chihuahua and drug running crop-dusters all conspire to ruin Lalla Bains' 40th birthday Twice divorced NY model, Lalla Bains, now runs her dad’s Crop-Dusting business in Modesto, California where she’s hoping to dodge the inevitable fortieth birthday party. But when her trophy red ‘58 Cadillac is found tail-fins up in a nearby lake, the police ask why a widowed piano teacher, who couldn’t possibly see beyond the hood ornament, was found strapped in the driver’s seat. Ree... more
  • Dig Two Graves: Revenge or Honor

    by Nick Vellis
    In war torn Greece, OSS commando, Lt. John Pantheras, stumbles onto a horrific plot.The Nazis are collecting a ransom from every Jewish Greek but they plan a double cross. They are going to deport the Jewish community despite their promises. Lt. Pantheras, a Greek resistance leader, and a rabbi turn the Nazi plot on its head when they steal the accumulated ransom. Things go well until the Nazis counterattack and John disappears with the bulk of the loot. Nearly seventy years after WWII, while i... more
  • The Rich Are Different

    by Chris Orcutt
    The Rich Are Different, the 2nd novel in the Dakota Stevens Mystery Series, delves into the rarefied world of a Long Island heiress and her murdered brother who owned an Old West resort in Montana. To hunt down the man's killer, Dakota and his associate Svetlana Krüsh must go undercover as actors in a make-believe mining town straight out of 1885. This highly anticipated sequel to A Real Piece of Work picks up a few months after that difficult case. Dakota Stevens is depressed. He's darker... more
  • A Real Piece of Work

    by Chris Orcutt
    A Real Piece of Work, the 1st novel in the Dakota Stevens Mystery Series, delves into a world of forged and stolen art, secret identities and murder. At the close of a case in Key West, PI Dakota Stevens and his associate Svetlana Krüsh return to New York, where the city is in the grips of its worst blizzard since 1888. When an art dealer stumbles in from the storm and hires them to find a stolen painting, they think it's just another case, but in no time they're neck-deep in a world of unsta... more
  • A Truth Stranger Than Fiction

    by Chris Orcutt
    HE’S BACK. Dakota Stevens. The tough, wisecracking New York private eye. And he’s smarter, funnier and sexier than ever. And so is his “Watson”—brilliant chess grandmaster Svetlana Krüsh. With her dry wit. Her runway legs. Her predator eyes. A woman hires Dakota for a simple missing persons case. But it only seems simple. What begins as the search for a bestselling author soon takes a turn for the worst. For the first time in his career, it’s personal. Dakota is plunge... more
  • Bloody Mary Confession

    by Jack Erickson
    Max and Amanda are America's dream couple. After a whirlwind romance, they marry and pursue exciting careers; Max as a star infielder with the Boston Red Sox, Amanda as a Hollywood actress. But after years of too much travel, living apart on separate coasts, they divorce and go their separate ways. The mysterious death of someone close to one of them brings Max and Amanda back together one weekend. Reminiscing over candlelight dinners and wine tasting in California, a dark secret ... more
  • Thirteen Days in Milan

    by Jack Erickson
    An American single mother and photographer is taken hostage during a terrorist act in Milan's Stazione Centrale train station. When the terrorists discover her father is a wealthy Wall Street banker who owns a villa on Lake Como, they demand a ransom for her return.
  • Nashville Mercy

    by M. Maitland DeLand
    In Nashville Mercy, a rising country music star mysteriously dies after undergoing a routine medical procedure. This catches the attention of the series’ namesake Kate Katelinson, an investigative reporter for the Nashville Herald, who becomes personally tied to the case and finds herself thrust into a twisted labyrinth of betrayal, corruption and murder after sources connected to her investigation start to die. Armed with only her investigative instincts and an unlikely alliance of friends, Kat... more
  • Dark of Night

    by Marios Savva
    Jane takes part in Ouija board séance while a teenager in school. This results in the arrival of a dark and evil entity which kills all Jane's friends who took part with her. Several years after that séance, she is the sole survivor and is being continuously tormented by this entity. She flees to the small town of WHITESANDS where, after a terrible accident caused by the entity finally trying to kill her, she meets sheriff JAKE BLAKEMOORE who is a famous English detective from Scotland Yard now ... more
  • FATAL GREED (Greed Series #1)

    by John W. Mefford
    Greed knows no boundaries. A corporate takeover bleeds its way into a private company in North Texas. Behind the scenes, deadly deals erupt from the greed-filled hearts of a select few powerful enough to make them happen. What’s an employee to do? For one unassuming man the thought of layoffs, of losing his own job to a bunch of arrogant assholes, feels like a kick to the jewels. Until the day Michael Doyle’s life changes forever. Perverse alliances. An affair of the heart. A... more
  • LETHAL GREED (Greed Series #2)

    by John W. Mefford
    Seduced by an insatiable urge to escape reality, North Texas teens are falling prey to the one weakness parents fear most—the use of illicit drugs. And North Texas is just the tip of the iceberg. With his city under siege by a series of drug deaths and a kidnapping, recently hired newspaper publisher Michael Doyle and those closest to him are sucked into a twister so toxic and destructive, no one will be the same in its wake. From the jagged mountains and alluring beaches of Mexico to the su... more
  • WICKED GREED (Greed Series #3)

    by John Mefford
    What happens when Mr. Right is Everything Wrong? A twisted email lands at journalism outlets across the south, referencing innocent little animals, primal urges, Hollywood movie stars, and women of a certain ilk...tearing flesh from bone. The haunting note tests newspaper publisher Michael Doyle’s over-protective nature. Is the email just a prank from a sheltered computer geek, or a prophetic sign of a future heinous act? Deadly brutality swallows up one beautiful young lady after an... more
  • Greed Manifesto

    by John W. Mefford
    Everyone needs a guardian angel—except when that angel is cloaked in vengeance, immune to human qualities of remorse or compassion, seemingly carrying a torch for justice, yet driven by a tenacious indignation. Set against the awe-inspiring backdrop of San Francisco and all of its fleeting secrets, Michael Doyle attempts to reboot his life, only to see death drop inches from his feet. Awakened from a seemingly catatonic state and emboldened by a spirited friendship from his past, the former ... more
  • Saving The Innocents

    by Randall Kenneth Drake
    Mary Jane Chevalier feels invisible, like she doesn’t matter to anyone. Her good deeds seem to go unnoticed, and the voice in her mind, her conscience, won’t stop bugging her. Alone and on her own, she searches for her father. She needs answers . . . why he did what he did. Answers only he can provide. She finds Jack and Sera, an odd man and a little girl, hiding out in a condemned, deserted hotel . . . a pair of innocents in a harsh world. The two are being hunted down because Sera saw some... more
  • The Transylvania Detective Squad

    by M L Dunn
    Lt. Tom Flynn expected to arrive in Purgatory someday, but not so soon and certainly not expecting to join the police force there whose job is to maintain law and order among a citizenry of witches, vampires and other creatures, as well as humans. But he did join the Transylvania Detective Squad, but he might not have if he'd known it meant taking on Jack the Ripper in a deadly game of cat and mouse. Jack wants to escape Purgatory so he could return to England some fifty years afte... more
  • Every Able Body

    by David Reichart
    Sally McGinn was sixteen, beautiful, innocent. Maybe she was too innocent to realize that in 1943 Mobile was not the gentile, provincial Southern gem she expected it to be. The steamy Gulf Coast city was under siege by thousands who had left the backwoods and overworked cotton fields for booming wartime shipyards. Many of the newcomers lived in shantytowns and tent cities. Sewage and garbage problems caused rumors of typhoid; juvenile delinquency and venereal disease were out of control, an... more

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