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  • Dark Dig

    by Bruce Spohn
    Lovers - soulmates - Ancient Gods - International intrigue People tossed and tumbled by events into a world of unknown dangers and strange drug-trafficking terrorists. Peoples lives are shattered and lovers unite
  • Callie Awakens: Book I

    by Rip Converse
    MS-13 has brought evil to the streets of Fort Myers. They are kidnapping young girls off the streets, addicting them to drugs, and forcing them into prostitution. The police are helpless; all their witnesses either end up in pieces or suffer profound memory loss. Business is pretty good for the gang until one evening their ‘snatch crew’ runs into Callie, an unlikely Samaritan. She’s a sixteen-year-old girl, just 5 feet tall, who rides a Ducati Monster 796. She also happens to be a gifted student... more
  • Body Count

    by Jessica Ibrahim
    Inside the mind of David Kalvin, an eighteen-year-old college student, is an alternate universe of normality. A normality we call murder. But to David, he is not what we call a nefarious evil but rather a protector, savior, gift giver. He kills women for good. To help them. Women like his mother who are beat and raped by men like his father. David meets a young girl, Sarah Huffman, who’s vulnerability goes undetected. But under her irascibility and fraudulence of serenity, he sees the hurt she i... more
  • Castles in the Fog

    by Linda Heavner Gerald
    This second book in the Alladale series features Malcolm Dargie and his new bride Molly. The couple earlier survived the brutal scheme of two greedy men. Unfortunately, their best friend, Thomas Reid, wasn't so fortunate. His wife, Caroline, rushed back to their previous home in Charleston, SC. Now, her best friends work to fulfill the dreams of Caroline and her murdered husband. They quickly discover more about the evil plot of the greedy men who almost murdered them. While working on the detai... more
  • Hush Now, Don't Cry

    by Maggie Casteen
    A lot of changes are coming for Kathy. After a successful trip in the UK with the Brooks case, Kathy is back home in Rosemont and looking for a chance to work as an investigator. A local defense attorney, Bailey Clark, decides to give her a chance, but her first case could be her last. The client is accused of killing a young woman outside of Delany’s Bar, but the only thing is he can’t remember what happened. Kathy tries to find the clues to prove him innocent, if she can find the only witness ... more
  • In the Mouth of the Lion

    by J Guenther
    In June of 1942, the Oberkommando Wehrmacht approaches psychiatrist Carl Jung in Zurich and "requests" that he come to Germany to assess the sanity of Adolf Hitler. A patient, Mary Bancroft, overhears their conversation and informs her employer, Allan Dulles of the US O.S.S. in Berne.
  • Sick Money

    by Karen S. Gordon
    x-cop Vance Courage is heading off for an island vacation when HIPP Corp’s CEO Sherry Rogers jets into Miami for a surprise meeting. An oncologist using her company’s electronic medical records software lost a patient during a routine chemotherapy infusion and the family is threatening to sue. Worried the business will be named in the lawsuit, she insists he go to Indianapolis to investigate. He can’t very well say no. He and his partner Lauren Gold recently invested 5-million of their own dirty... more
  • Cold Consequences

    by David Rohlfing
    Deadly Dealings in Bloomington, Illinois Ashley Cummins, the granddaughter of a powerful judge, is unexpectedly shot while buying drugs from her dealer late one night on a city street. As detective Sasha Frank investigates her murder, all of his possible suspects start showing up dead or missing. Who is behind the killings? As pressure builds on Sasha to solve the case, he uncovers new information that begins to unravel a complicated web of evidence. Will Sasha be able to prove who the killer... more
  • A True Map of the City: Lost in Dystopia

    by J Guenther
    Horus Blassingame’s company in Albion teaches him the Deresthian language and sends him off to Deres-Thorm to present a paper at an international conference. Trained in the wrong dialect, and without a proper map, Horus finds himself in a Kafkaesque nightmare as he struggles to find his way through the labyrinthine city to reach the symposium before it's too late. Events take darker turns, and his objective becomes the nearest border.
  • The Zima Confession


    Glasgow 1977 - anarchist, Richard Slater, comes up with the idea that if he was to hide in deep cover until he was in a position of responsibility, he would be able to unleash a devastating act of sabotage capable of starting a revolution. Party activists develop the plan - code name Zima and wait… London 2013 - Richard is in London, working for a financial software company. He has held onto the Zima plan all this time and now knows how to make it succeed. Things start to go wrong when... more

  • Murder on the Commons

    by Will North
    When a hawk-ravaged head of a body is discovered neck-deep in a Cornwall bog, Detective Inspector Morgan Davies and her Scene of Crimes manager Calum West find themselves equally mired in questions and dead-ends. Who is this badly broken corpse on the grounds of Poldue Manor? How did the body appear there? And why does the lord of the manor's daughter seem unfazed by her gruesome discovery? Clues diverge and send the investigative team out of Cornwall and across borders as the team finds itse... more
  • What a Fool Believes

    by John Horak
    On August 18, 2018, members of the Sac Prairie High School graduating class of 1973 gathered to celebrate their 45th reunion. This was to be the last class reunion given how polarized the class remained in the aftermath of a vindictive senior year prank perpetrated during the Homecoming Pep Rally. Unbeknownst to the attendees, the foreign exchange student, a renowned Al Qaeda terrorist with unbridled hatred for his former classmates, aimed to ensure that this was the last reunion courtesy of the... more
  • A Crooked College

    by E. Timothy Lightfield, Ph.D.
    A murder mystery set in the mid-1970's reflecting the life and turbulence of a fictitious college, weaving together imaginative portrayals of crooked behaviors, chaos and confusion while interspersing humor, empathy and insightful depictions of higher education. The college president is found dead in his office. What unscrupulous actions and foul play by various faculty, staff, trustees and others will be uncovered? Follow the sheriff as he completes his criminal investigation and pathologica... more
  • Dark Vanity

    by Gregory E. Seller
    Reid Garrett is one of Hollywood’s biggest stars. He’s also a serial blackmailer, extortionist, and murderer. His good looks, charm and personality mask his sociopathic obsession to prey on Hollywood celebrities and other “A-listers.” Cameron Haines, a top talent agent with a dark secret is Reid’s agent. He’s also one of his victims. Cameron hires former CIA agent Alton Price to end Reid’s extortion, and protect his secret. Alton has a reputation for making celebrity problems “go away” quie... more
  • Mistaken Identity

    by Michael W. Sherer
    Jenny Roberts grew up in a house full of men, all involved in law enforcement. So, she knew the odds were stacked against her when she chose to become a cop, from the moment she joined the army to her service as an MP in Iraq and her career as an FBI agent. She’s overcome every obstacle placed in her path. But now her future is full of uncertainty and she’s full of doubt. A member of an elite counterterrorist “fly team” that thwarted a terrorist plot on the nation’s capital, she finds herself o... more
  • An Embarrassment of Itches

    by M.K. Dean
    It’s Diagnosis Murder meets All Creatures Great and Small… As a house-call vet, Ginny Reese has seen her share of the weird and wacky. But nothing in her previous experience could have prepared her to find one of her clients floating in her own swimming pool. Local artist Amanda Kelly was extremely wealthy with her share of secrets. By naming Ginny as her heir, not only did she make Ginny the number one suspect, but she painted a big bull’s eye on her friend’s back as well. With her tru... more