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  • THE GOLDEN HOUR: A Nora Tierney English Mystery

    by Marni Graff
    From the award-winning author of the Nora Tierney English Mysteries comes the most chilling novel to date. Nora Tierney can't shake the feeling she has a stalker. While she's house hunting in Oxford, her partner, DI Declan Barnes, untangles the murder of an art conservator. When these situations collide, Nora finds herself fighting to save her child and their future. Praise from Elly Griffiths: "Nora Tierney tackles her most complex and captivating mystery yet." And from Ausma Khan: One of the b... more
  • Wilted Flowers

    by chris bathory
    A young girl dreams of escaping a life of hardship and poverty. Lindy, a teen whose young life has been marred by tragedy, receives an unexpected offer that appears to be the opportunity of a lifetime. Travel and adventure beckon promising happiness and riches to come. But after an astonishing betrayal, her excitement quickly turns to terror, and Lindy finds herself in a fight for her life and for the lives of everyone she loves. A young man dreams of a normal life after returning home fr... more
  • A Wolf Like Me

    by Andy Fitz

    A midnight ritual by a secret society in the English Countryside nearly costs Thomas Spell his life. He returns home to Chicago to find that he carries within himself something unspeakable - a condition for which he believes there is no cure, until he meets Penelope, a beautiful and brilliant pre-med student determined to heal him. But The Brotherhood searches for him still, convinced that he holds the key to an unimaginable power. As his life begins to spiral out of control, Thomas is forced... more

  • Open Season

    by Alisa Schindler
    Little league head coach Wayne Savage is at the top of his game. A big personality with a bigger ego, he’s both respected and reviled by a good many players, parents and coaches. But love him or hate him, Coach Wayne is a winner, his players are winners, and anyone who has anything negative to say about it is clearly a loser. But that was yesterday. Today Wayne Savage is dead at home plate. Now the team must scramble to keep it together as one assistant coach makes a play for the widowed wif... more
  • The Governor's Daughter: The Mysteries of Colonial Cambodia

    by Sambath Meas
    Anjali Chinak, a strong-minded daughter of a Khmer detective, is shocked by the horrible attack on her Eurasian friend, Esmè Laurent, who happens to be the governor's daughter of Siem Reap, Cambodge. When the man Anjali is secretly in love with is charged with the brutal crime, she has only days to find the real perpetrator before he is put to death. Could it be the same man who has wreaked havoc in other Southeast Asian countries? Anjali is certain that the killer is a member of the royal fami... more
  • Necessary Decisions

    by giacomo giammatteo
    Gino Cataldi is a man hanging on by a thread. Cancer took his wife, and drugs put his son in rehab. All he has left is his badge.  When a teenage girl is kidnapped, it brings back nightmares from the worst case he ever worked—the one that tore his life to shreds and forced him out of Philadelphia. Gino doesn't want this case, but he knows he has to take it. Not just to save the girl, but to earn redemption for what went wrong in Philly. 
  • Breakaway

    by Valentine Cardinale
    Father Richard Bianchi is looking for a little peace and quiet in a rented house in New Jersey to reflect on whether he should stay in the ministry or marry Tess Tessalone. A couple of days after moving in, he meets Dana Dvorak, a teenager with at least half dozen issues. The star on an all-boys hockey team, she's about to enter a major hockey tournament when her Dad, with whom she lives, is mysteriously abducted. Father Bianchi, Richie to his friends, puts aside his own issues to become part of... more
  • Resistance Music

    by T.A. Barnes

    Beware the astounding fury of those you entrap, you who do evil.

    Her parents were movie stars with secrets, her sister a rock star with bad connections. What they knew got them killed.

    It might kill her, too.

    Sancia Loyola de Bastida, 34-year-old concert violinist, raised between Spain’s Basque Country and Manhattan, knows nothing of the terrorist group known as Eta, neither its origins nor activities. She knows nothing of her connections to it and worse, much less tha... more

  • The Cossack

    by KJ Lawrence
    Winter 2014. In London, Daniel Brooking is a successful fine art photographer on the eve of his latest exhibition. In Ukraine, the Euromaidan protests are in full swing. The sudden disappearance of Daniel’s Ukrainian assistant, Ivan, upends his comfortable existence and pitches him into a world of competing international interests, where the life of one photographer is considered a small price to pay to maintain a secret that has lain hidden for over two hundred years. Daniel is ultimately force... more
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    As we all know today people are very busy with their life and many of don’t know about naturopathy hospital in Kerala. Total world changes to a busy life schedule. This busy life can lead to many problems in life both mental and physical. Here come the importance of naturopathy treatments. Hypertension, high pressure, health problems are very common problems in everyone’s life. Many of us are not concern about our health and surrounding. The main reason for all these problems is lack of time due... more
  • Rebirth of the Gangster Act 1: Meet the Family

    by CJ Standal

    The Anderson and Thompson family share a dark past, but their sons Marcus and Hunter don't know it....yet.

    As the past comes to light--including the answers to a decades-old murder--an intricate revenge scheme forms, involving six people belonging to, or affected by, the families.

    Each chapter follows one of these six people, searching for their pieces to the puzzle.

    Marcus--a man struggling against the reins of his job and his family.
    ... more

  • Nothing but the Blood

    by S.D. Thames

    What can wash away my sins? Nothing but the blood…

    Private eye Milo Porter hasn’t taken a job or communion in months. He’s even unsure whether the guardian angel that helped him solve his last case was a heavenly agent or just a hallucination caused by PTSD. Milo finally gets his act together when a pro football team hires him to trail Maurice Jackson, a prized college prospect training for the upcoming draft. The job turns out to be much more than Milo barga... more

  • Bikinis & Bloodshed

    by Anne Marie Stoddard
    After an embarrassing public divorce from her football star husband, Kaley Kalua moves home to Aloha Lagoon to manage her Aunt Rikki's clothing shop, the Happy Hula Dress Boutique. Unfortunately, life on the island isn't the peaceful paradise she'd hope for. When one of Happy Hula's employees is murdered, Aunt Rikki tops the suspect list. As Kaley fights to prove her aunt's innocence, she attracts the attention of a dangerous killer. If she isn't careful, she could wind up trading her trendy war... more
  • Trina Bell's Humming Summer

    by Silke Stein
    Shooting ghost bears? Twelve-year-old Trina Bell has finally had enough. Why should she spend another dull summer watching Great-Aunt Roswinda play lawn bowling, while her father has all the fun? This year, she won’t let him get away with the usual excuses. To her surprise, she succeeds. Her dad, the famous wildlife photographer, agrees to take her to the Canadian rainforest, on a quest for the elusive Kermode bear. Trina’s triumph is short-lived, however; soon she finds herself in a city on Van... more
  • Merlin at War

    by Mark Ellis
    Summer 1941. Four violent deaths, French double agents, an escalating fraud case – DCI Frank Merlin sets out on his most complex case yet. War rages across Europe. France is under the Nazi thumb. Britain has its back to the wall. In London, Scotland Yard detective Merlin investigates a series of disturbing events – a young girl killed in a botched abortion, a French emigré shot in a seedy Notting Hill flat, a mysterious letter written by a British officer, gunned down in Crete. Chasing evi... more
  • The Lady with the Purple Hat

    by Ladina Jaecklin
    Ten years ago, Daisy left her husband, Bernard, to create a new life for herself. But now as their divorce proceedings continue to drag on and Bernard battles terminal cancer, Daisy determines she would rather be his widow than his ex-wife and decides to play with fate. After she dons an outlandish large purple hat to disguise her face, Daisy glides through the hospital corridors, hell-bent on poisoning her husband to accelerate his death. When she finally arrives at his door and opens it, sh... more