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  • Monsters of North Yellowstone

    by Sae Luy
    After spending five relatively peaceful years working with gangsters and building a life with his new sister, Rodney is still haunted by the evil spirit of his tragic past. And it's not merely a figure of speech. But even so, their routine in a small village, hidden from the unpredictable vagaries of the climate and the terrible creatures that were once humans, has more ups than downs. Until one day, it all changes at once because of a bizarre murder that forces Rodney to come face-to-face wi... more
  • Family and Other Ailments: Crime Stories Close to Home

    by M.E. Proctor
    Blood ties. The family we’ve been given, the friends we make, the loves we keep, and those we lost. The twenty-six stories in Family and Other Ailments teeter on the brink, hover at the periphery or even the possibility of crime. Under a soft light and at an angle, they're all love stories. The collection opens with “Spy Head,” a tale of friendship after a crushing trauma. In “Texas Two-Step,” brotherhood leads to a wicked double-cross. “Razorbills” shows a young woman seeking freedom from th... more
  • Guidance to Death

    by Daniel V. Meier Jr.
    It was cold and rainy, with low visibility. A perfect morning for sabotage. The company jet carrying a Senior VP mysteriously crashes shortly after taking off from Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport. The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) says it was an accident. The victim’s wife says it was murder. Frank Adams, an independent aviation accident investigator has been hired to find out. Mounting evidence and an additional murder convince Adams that there was indee... more
  • Murder After Hours

    by Jeanie Wolfe
    My novel takes place in a small, mountain town in Eastern Washington State. The protagonist, Robin Ingals, is a recently divorced vacation rental business owner who is fixing up her cottage. When her secretary is murdered at an amateur theater rehearsal, Robin is determined to find the killer. She meets a man, Lee Kellerman, who is working on his criminal justice degree and they begin falling in love. Robin and Lee join forces with the local sheriff, Moe Hastings, and hunt down the killer.

    by Yariv Inbar
    (The English translation of Israeli Hebrew best seller) Daniel, an Israeli intelligence operative, has a tempestuous personality which has led him to lose everything. Now, years later, in complete secrecy, Daniel sets out on a private operation to restore meaning in his life. Daniel infiltrates hostile territory and tries to locate a national treasure which is seemingly hidden on the site of a psychiatric hospital. He pieces together the clues, delving ever deeper undercover. So determined is he... more
  • Intended Consequences

    by John Morelli
    In INTENDED CONSEQUENCES, Bill Arena’s family is threatened due to his unethical actions in obtaining a large block of shares in Campbell Computers, the world’s leader in the computer technology field. Bill’s oldest son Tom is kidnapped. With the help of his assistant, former Marine Ranger Vince Reismuller, Bill sets out on a quest to rescue his son, discover why his son was taken and to protect his family from future harm. Because the police are slow to respond, it is up to Bill and Vince Reis... more
  • Badge in the Shadows

    by Preston Olson
    Oftentimes in life, we face obstacles with no clear solution. Our hero is up against insurmountable darkness in his ballad for justice. While a newfound love life begins to brew ... unparalleled powers have aligned against good fortune. When time becomes your thickest enemy, Detective Reisen will need marvelous courage to solve a grand scheme.
  • Closure

    by Garrett Addison
    Bestselling author and clinical psychologist James Malter immediately attracts police suspicion when his terminally ill patients suddenly begin suiciding and harming others. His guilt seems even more likely when the seemingly innocent victims are found to be related to his sister’s acquitted killer many years earlier. With mounting casualties and a shadow threatening to derail his past and sully his career, Malter’s quest to uncover the truth will pit his longstanding belief in ‘moving on’ again... more
  • Stones

    by James C. Hendee
    Jason Stouter, formerly of the CIA, and his partner, Sali Bryant, formerly of the FBI, operate a business that advises international corporate travelers on terrorism, and contracts out to the CIA and Homeland Security for various jobs.When Jamie Horgood, a Homeland Security Intelligence Analyst, receives an anonymous tip that a package of jewels is supposed to be turned over to a woman who may be involved in an international kidnapping and human trafficking operation, she has no idea Jason’s que... more
  • Grim Trigger

    by Alexander Plansky


    In the wake of a controversial Supreme Court decision, a firestorm of civil unrest erupts on both ends of the political spectrum.

    As Los Angeles grapples with the turmoil, a woman is found murdered inside an office building, mere feet from the most powerful quantum computer ever created.

    The next day, whitehat hacker Isabella Cray hears from an old flame, unexpectedly in town and acting strange. Before she knows it, Cray’s life is ... more

  • The Fish Stick Detective

    by John Kilby
    When the mysterious and valuable Neil diamond disappears, Dame Jane Great-Dane rushes to the one detective who can solve the mystery before it hits the papers – Hake Pollock, the famous Fish Stick Detective. The mystery trail will take the Fish Stick Detective from his shabby corner office to the glitzy world of the gem trade and into the halls of academia. In his trademark trenchcoat and fedora, Hake Pollock sets about investigating the suspects: Sir Humboldt Penn-Gwynn, Lady Javan Magpie, and ... more
  • Killing Grace: A Vietnam War Mystery

    by Peter Prichard
    The year is 1967 and the Vietnam War is raging. Lieutenant Ben Kinkaid of the US military police is patrolling the chaotic streets of Saigon after curfew when he crosses paths with US Army clerk Tommy Banks and his girlfriend, Grace Waverly. Grace says she’s a peace tourist, but she’s also a member of RAW—an anti-war group bent on stopping the war by any means necessary. When Grace turns up dead in the Saigon River, Ben gradually uncovers a much larger conspiracy that involves an opium-pu... more
  • Curse of the Terracotta Warriors: A Maddie Jones Mystery, Book 1

    by Mark Douglas Jr.
    She already lost her mom, now her father is missing . . . Maddie Jones’ dad has been kidnapped. The only way to save him is to uncover the mysteries behind the ancient terracotta warriors of China. But the mysteries reveal a 2,000-year-old curse and a plan to unleash the soul of a malicious emperor. What’s a teenage girl to do? How about enlist the help of her seriously annoying brothers and stow away in a crate of mummies . . . then begin a very dangerous quest. An ancient evil is awaken... more
  • In the Silence of Decay

    by Lisa Boyle
    New Mexico, 1979: After a career in the military as a CID detective, all James Pinter wants to do is drive his rig and mind his own damn business. But when his daughter, Molly, finds a dead woman behind a gas station and a disabled boy at her side, he’s forced to reckon with his former life. The state police record the death as an overdose—just another drug addict from the reservation—but James can’t ignore the clues they’re conveniently overlooking. Reluctant to get involved but fearing for... more
  • Madam Ricketts: A Story of Murder, Deceit and Dark Humor

    by D.C. Hancock
    Madam Ricketts tells the story of John Wesley, a second-generation newspaper reporter who is writing a book based on his late father’s writings and research. He interviews Maudie Ricketts, the elderly madam of a whorehouse on the Mexican border. She tells of her adventures in New England on the riverboat Lady Minerva and her travels to Arizona in Brother Tucker’s Redemption Caravan that led to her becoming the ‘white’ wife of a rich and cruel man who already had a family. She reveals the ... more
  • The Brisling Code

    by Janet Oakley
    An experienced intelligence agent at 22, Tore Haugland faces certain danger when he accepts an assignment in occupied Norway knowing that his predecessor was killed by the Gestapo only a week before. The dying agent left a mysterious message in his interruption code that London calls the “Brisling Code.” London wants Haugland to find out what it means as well as to gather information on the expansion of the U boat base in Bergen. Haugland is sent to work at a drafting office in a shipyard. His m... more