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  • Kaleidoscope (The Vision Chronicles Book 1)

    by Chariss K. Walker

    Mike Lewis boldly narrates his fantastical story and confesses his secret: He sees horrifying visions of disturbing future events through a kaleidoscope each time he closes his eyes. He'd like to live a normal life, but an elusive threat prohibits him from doing that. Someone wants to study his mystical ability and they’ll do whatever it takes to further their strange, covert agenda.
    The Vision Chronicles eight-book thriller series is a slice-of-life metaphysical/visionary stor... more

  • The List of Dead Smiths

    by D.L. Williams
    The Uber-Rich Smiths of Port Royal are dropping like flies, and in the most bizarre fashion. When Cousin Sheldon suffers death by heavy-set Asian hookers, and Cousin Lura Lee falls prey to death by pterodactyl, Sydney Smith gets the feeling she might be next on the list. She hires private investigator Tate Pendergast to solve the mystery. Tate believes the Seven Deadly Sins are somehow tied to the Smith deaths, if only he could find the elusive Pedro (a dead-ringer for the Mexican actor Cantinf... more
  • Plague of Darkness

    by Daniel G Keohane
    People hide their secrets in the dark. Sometimes, that same darkness is what will eventually reveal them. Eight months after Saint Gerard's Episcopal Church closes its doors, the building has become the new home of Bill and Seyha Watts. The house, however, has plans for its new occupants. Trapped in a biblical darkness that can be felt, four people stumble through a surreal nightmare where the only escape is through their deepest fears and memories. Cut off from the outside world, they are pr... more
  • Arena of God

    by Brian M. Oldham
    Synopsis of the Arena of God Gideon Jones is a 50’s Vietnam Vet. After going through a horrible divorce in the San Jose area, he moves to a coastal town to start yet one more time. He uses his divorce settlement to buy a cottage and a warehouse through an auction. He finds an Iranian civil engineer as a partner and goes to work supporting the construction industry in Santuario County. Gideon and his partner Mo are introduced to a man who pulls them into a heartbreaking event. After that ha... more
  • Downstream: A Witherston Murder Mystery

    by Betty Jean Craige

    At the celebration of his hundredth birthday, local billionaire Francis Hearty Withers announces to the people gathered on the front lawn of Witherston Baptist Church that he has finalized his will. In it he bequeaths $1 billion to his north Georgia hometown of Witherston and another $1 billion to be divided up equally among the town's 4,000 residents—in recognition of their support of a Senextra pharmaceutical factory.

    Senextra is a drug that enables individuals to lea... more

  • KATE TRIUMPH

    by Shari Arnold
    Normal is so overrated. At least that's what seventeen-year-old Kate Triumph tells herself everyday. But the truth is she lives in constant fear that someone will discover how not normal she really is. With her startling speed and her unusual ability to heal, Kate believes she's something of a freak. Then Andrew Shore arrives. He claims he's her father, sticks around for a few days and leaves her a plane ticket. “Come to Mercer Island,” he says. “Give me a chance to get to know you.” Soon Kate i... more
  • Full Irish

    by Susanne O'Leary&Pete Morin
    A Dublin reporter is on a mission to find the murderer of an honest politician and close friend. A Boston lawyer is hired to dig up dirt on a conniving Irish competitor. When the two collide at a famous County Kerry castle and discover their mutual interests, the ensuing game plan is more Pink Panther than Hercule Poirot. Full Irish marks the return of Paul Forté and his wife, Shannon, and the introduction of Finola McGee. In a sometimes madcap, sometimes dark adventure, Shannon lands a bl... more
  • Antidote: Clandestine Warfare in Modern Russia

    by John Lonergan

    Antidote, a new spy thriller deals with the real possibility of terrorists using germ warfare as a threat against whatever target appeals at the moment. Anyone who believes that germ warfare is unlikely should read, for example, the news about current problems at the Centers for Disease Control that required closures of two laboratories: Live anthrax bacteria were mistakenly transferred to an unsuspecting laboratory, endangering the lives of workers; and a benign flu was accidentally contamin... more

  • Telegraph Hill

    by John F. Nardizzi
    In Telegraph Hill, private detective Ray Infantino searches for a missing girl named Tania. The case takes him to San Francisco, the city he abandoned years ago after his fiance was murdered. Thrust into his old city haunts, Ray finds that Tania may not be lost at all. Tania saw a murder; and a criminal gang, the Black Fist Triad, wants to make sure she never sees anything again. Ray enlists help from an old flame, Dominique, but now he has three women on his mind. Meeting with various witnesses... more
  • Cicero's Dead

    by Patrick H. Moore
    Cicero Lamont dealt drugs in massive quantities making huge profits and lots of enemies until one night he was introduced to a steel bumper in a hit-and-run and now he's dead. His daughter, Jade, has also just learned that her mom has committed suicide and now her brother, Richie, is missing. Jade hires Nick Crane to find Richie and to track down whoever murdered their father, but as the old saying goes, 'be careful what you wish for', because 300 million dollars cuts an awful lot of family ties... more
  • Boysie Blake ~ Problem Solver

    by Max Myers
    Hollywood: sex, murder, power and obsession with the Cult Of Celebrity; then there are bad days. Boysie Blake solves problems. Yours. He doesn’t need the money. You can be rich or poor, famous or not, it doesn’t matter. What does, is that you’re straight with him. The last thing you want is to become the problem he has to solve. Michael Santoro, Boysie’s stepdad, was found floating face down in Sycamore Cove. Drowned while surfing, apparently. His long time friend, Detective Lawton, Santa ... more
  • Murder at Cherokee Point

    by Heather Shaw
    A showdown with the Mob on Mackinac Island. It’s summer in Northern Michigan. A wealthy and influential aristocrat is found dead at the secluded and private Cherokee Point Resort Association, north of Harbor Springs. Fearful of outside intrusion, Point members stonewall the investigation. The cops ask Petoskey lawyer Michael Russo for his help, and Russo agrees to speed the investigation along. An interesting assignment turns difficult and dangerous when a Chicago Mafia boss warns Russo off the ... more
  • Riddle of Regicide (Pentavia Book 1)

    by Ryan Hauge
    Draxin Stormgarde awakens in the Thieves Guild with no memory of his past, no memory of his family. After being forced into training with Yortaz the evil jester, Draxin learns that the Thieves Guild is plotting to assassinate the king. And he's the person they expect to do it. During a raid gone awry, Draxin escapes and meets Ravelin, a mysterious royal agent tasked with protecting the king. Together, they race against time to stop the Thieves Guild before the king arrives in town for the an... more
  • Taste of Poison: Book One of the Piri Aji Series

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    Austin Adair has a habit of snorting a concoction of frog venom and cocaine before he's forced to kill; yet he is the central character and hero of this story. As a young adult, he left the confines of the family ranch in West Texas to find work in the oilfields. At age twenty-three and tired of the backbreaking work, he sets out to make his fortune. Austin flies to Bogota with a simple plan – to buy pure Columbian cocaine cheaply and sell it at a premium back in the states. While in pursuit of ... more
  • The Organ Takers: A Novel of Surgical Suspense

    by Richard Van Anderson
    Failed surgeon David McBride is in exile from the surgical community after making a costly error in judgment. Down but not out, he perseveres and is given a second chance to establish a career in surgery. But, as David stands on the threshold of a new life, the malignant underside of his fellow man intervenes. Under the threat of violence, David is forced to perform illegal organ harvests in a makeshift operating room hidden in a dilapidated meatpacking warehouse in lower Manhattan. Unable to re... more
  • Ahriman: The Spirit of Destruction (The Ahriman Legacy Book 1)

    by Puja Guha

    "Like Grisham and Clancy... this title shines among the genre simply though superb storytelling."-The US Review of Books

    The Day of the Jackal meets Syriana in the near future. 

    When the CIA intercepts intelligence on a terrorist attack in Kuwait, Petra Shirazi, a former field agent, comes face to face with the Ahriman, one of Iran's deadliest assassins. 

    It was the year when global economies continued to plummet despite... more

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