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  • The Icarus Prediction: Betting it all has its price

    by RD Gupta
    Some men fight tooth and nail through life, others seem blessed by the Gods. A Rhode Scholar with an MBA from Harvard, Jarrod Stryker is of the latter variety—and the darling of banking world. Whatever he deigns to touch, obediently turns to gold. But beneath the fine suit is a man with a history. The ex-CIA operative was dishonourably dismissed after falling on his sword to protect the woman he loved. The memories stay vivid, but the days of daring affairs and desert storms are long behind hi... more
  • Deadly Sixteen

    by Duane Wurst
    Tianna was shot as she walked to King High School in Detroit, Michigan. Her family is told she will die within days. There may be hope though. An experimental treatment might repair the damage, but there are no guarantees. What follows is a magical trip into reincarnation and a 300 year old murder mystery that takes place in Detroit. With murders at Fort Ponchartrain, during Pontiac’s Indian riots, 1805 Detroit’s great fire, 1800’s Black Bottom, 1920’s Hastings Street, and during the riots of 19... more
  • Death on the Point

    by Duane Wurst
    Eye witness to a murder on The Point, seventeen-year-old Colton Blackwell cannot convince the police he is telling the truth. With the help of his classmates, the youngster starts his own investigation. Even though Colton is an all “A” student, he makes some very bad decisions, potentially costing his family their lives. A fast-paced murder mystery for all ages, this spell-binding novel will keep you on the edge of your seat, eager for the next page.
  • Amanda Lester and the Orange Crystal Crisis

    by Paula Berinstein
    There’s a new student at the Legatum Continuatum School for the Descendants of Famous Detectives and Amanda is supposed to work with him. Scapulus Holmes is a descendant of the great Sherlock and he’s crazy about her. Unfortunately she thinks he’s a loser and would rather die than have anything to do with him. But when the kids discover a dead body encrusted with strange living crystals, Amanda realizes she needs Holmes’s help. If the crystals fall into the wrong hands they could be used for ... more
  • The Killvein White

    by Ralph Reynolds
    Picture This stark tale of progression to disaster answers that question with a tumbling journey that delivers menace, debauchery, heroism, renewed friendships and lost souls. In The Killvein White you’ll meet a dedicated snow ranger confronting not only the travails of his present situation, but ghosts from his past; a sexy, smart statistician struggling to be heard in order to avert the pending disaster; a tough and cynical engineer who discovers a skeleton lurking in his closet and a pletho... more
  • Souvenirs

    by Marsha Hinton
    The Army gave Kara a medal and sent her stateside as a wounded warrior. Back at home, Kara fights a different battle as she struggles with the pain from her wounds and PTSD. If that wasn't enough, her grandfather confesses to a murder. Now, on top of everything else, Kara must find the real killer.
  • Deadly Desire

    by Robert Joseph
    A gripping, suspenseful murder mystery takes a supernatural slant in Robert Joseph's DEADLY DESIRE. When homicide detective Raff Rafferty is assigned to find the killer of a reclusive millionaire, he becomes embroiled in an ever-tightening web of danger and deception. Could the killer be the beautiful guru who is not only the millionaire's heir, but also claims to be the reincarnation of a revered Tibetan lama with mystical powers? While Raff tries to catch the killer and resist the temptations ... more
  • Flames of Rosewood

    by G. M. Barlean
    Gloria Larson learns of her mother’s murder, and the list of suspects grows by the minute. When she meets new family members, trust issues come into play. Fortunately, she still has her Thorns, but a handful of old women can only do so much against flames in Rosewood. However when it comes to raging fires—one should never underestimate strong-willed women.
  • The Journal of Ezekiel Walker

    by John J. Zelenski
    In the fall of 1945, just after the Word War II, Ezekiel Walker has returned home on a furlough from his Civilian Public Service Unit. As Ezekiel tries to adjust back to life at the farm, strange and unexplainable events begin to occur at the homestead and Ezekiel begins to experience visions and bizarre sightings. When a stranger suddenly arrives with promises to rebuild the small town of Walker’s Vale and befriend the young Ezekiel, a portal to the supernatural is opened and lives will never... more
  • Walker's Vale

    by John Zelenski
    James Cooper moved his family to Walker’s Vale, Pennsylvania, in search of the ideal life. What he got was just the opposite. As this small town’s eerie history is revealed and repeated, it’s clear the devil is in the details—and he’s waiting for the Cooper’s young daughter. When the FBI come knocking at his door, James quickly realizes that his ideal life may come with a steeper price than he thought. This story of faith, deception, and horror will captivate readers as one man fights for his f... more
  • Drachen: A Thriller (A Matthys Rossouw Pursuit Book 1)

    by Brendan Le Grange
    A marine archaeologist standing up for herself. A psychopath with mother issues. A hitman who hates failure. A soldier with a point to prove. And a treasure that tests every allegiance. Brett Rivera has spent three years searching for the Drachen. The day she finds it is the day her life changes: there is no sign of its legendary treasure and now a cold-blooded killer is hunting her. What does he know that she doesn’t? She is chased in Finland, double-crossed in Tallinn, abducted in Lübeck,... more
  • Renewal

    by H. Perry Horton
    Lee Dillon Ford is a 32 year-old, barely-functional alcoholic day laborer in Portland, Oregon, whose debaucherous lifestyle of cheap liquor, cheaper women, and little responsibility is abruptly interrupted when his estranged half-brother Barrett is pulled dead from the gray-brown waters of the Willamette River. The police call it suicide. But a voice mail left for Lee by the boy only minutes before his death would seem to suggest otherwise. Driven by a need to determine the truth about Barrett's... more
  • PETRA- The Wifi Mystery

    by Victor Fox
    A beloved school teacher is murdered and PK is stunned at the crime scene. Her partner in the hospital with gunshot wound, she is out to prove her skills and disappoint her critics. But the end result leaves her flabbergasted. How was that possible? She asked while.....
  • Dolce

    by Victor Fox
    Why would Vienna Detective Lukas Stein travel to Los Angeles to rescue a homeless woman? When Abrie Bachmann asked him to accompany her to meet Dante, he was eager. Perhaps it would give him a chance to question the butler about the murder of her parents. Little did he know his search for the killers would soon take a surprising turn and he would find himself helping his primary suspect instead.
  • A Poisonous Journey: The First Lady Evelyn Mystery (The Lady Evelyn Mysteries Book 1)

    by Malia Zaidi
    The year is 1925, a time that hovers between two catastrophic wars, a time of jazz and sparkle, and a time of peace and reflection. For Lady Evelyn, struggling to outrun the ghosts of her tragic past, it is a time of transformation. Left orphaned after a fire when she was only four, Lady Evelyn Carlisle was raised in London by her stern aunt and uncle. Now, twenty years later she has grown restless and is keen to escape her chaperone's grasp. A letter from her cousin, Briony, living with he... more
  • Sydewauker House

    by J. D. Wellander
    Out of a life born into innocence, raised in a peaceful loving family and community comes a discovery catapulting her into a terror filled reality and life changing resolution.