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  • Code Name: Liberty

    by Marshall Thornton
    In the summer of 1980, the news is full of the upcoming election and the hostage crisis in Iran but Patrick Henry Burke is not paying any attention. He’s met a Persian prince and his head is full of romance. All of that changes though when a sexy CIA agent, Gary Walker, approaches him and asks that he spy on the prince and his father. They’re attempting to prevent the hostages from being released to guarantee Carter won’t win the presidency in hopes that the Reagan administration will be gratefu... more
  • The Don of Siracusa

    by Sean Rea
    It’s usually when you feel like you have it all that it all threatens to come crashing down. That’s what happens to Stefano Caruso when his steadfast morals and strict work ethic have earned him the top spot at the corporation his father and grandfather built. He is living the life you’d expect of a handsome and successful legacy magnate. Until the day an unexpected visitor delivers shocking news, and Caruso’s prized moral fiber is tested. In The Don of Siracusa [Friesen Press] by Sean Rea, Car... more
  • Kat's Cradle, A Novel by Margaret Simmons

    by Margaret Simmons
    Out of the blue, Ex-CIA agent Kat McWilliams receives news that DNA from her kidnapped child has turned up at the murder scene of a high-valued government informant — 16 years after the girl disappeared. Astounded by the news, Kat’s joy is short-lived. She soon learns that her daughter is being sought as one of the suspects in the slaying. Leveraging former government contacts, Kat shadows investigators as they chase an aging headhunter and his teenage accomplices from East Africa to... more
  • 978-0-999-7015-8-4

    by Sophie Sharp
    Change and death are in the air … Glam Van mobile beauty salon owner Molly Casey-Locks has a lot on her mind. A parking lot, to be exact. Thanks to greedy real estate developer Veronica Corsello, Molly and her clan of trucky-preneurs are facing eviction from the corner lot in downtown San Cosmas, California, where they have parked and served the community for three glorious years. Molly’s not moving without a fight, and if one more person reminds her that her business should be “mobile,” s... more
  • Wakes on the Alsea

    by Greg Starypan
    When vultures are scared off their meal near the banks of the Alsea River, a terrible truth is revealed. A nature writer, Grady Riker, discovers the body of his neighbor Harlan Gannet. The locals in the coastal river community admit they never liked the murder victim. They considered him an outsider and a trouble maker. The sheriff is ready to retire and has no interest in pursuing the case. Grady learns Harlan had been researching old crimes for story ideas for a book. The killer strikes again,... more
  • Old Kurt, Two Gorillas and a Bagful of Diamonds: Paris-Berlin

    by Claire Dickinson
    What can you do when the world goes insane? If there’s one thing worse than getting home from school and being told to do your homework, it’s getting home and finding that your parents are missing. And it’s up to you to get them back. Ant and Houdini aren’t looking for a treasure hunt but that’s exactly what they get when their ancient next-door neighbour gets kidnapped – along with their mum. To set things right, the two brothers will have to stow away on trains, explore the Berlin Wall and cra... more
  • A Broken Woman: A Jinx Ballou Novel

    by Dharma Kelleher

    Justice wasn’t her concern. Until Now.

    Months after a series of bombings shattered the city of Phoenix, bounty hunter Jinx Ballou still struggles to rebuild her life, haunted by the people she’s lost.

    When a new job offer comes her way, she is forced to choose between returning a fellow transgender woman to custody or taking on a legal system that provides justice only to those society deems worthy.

    In the third book of her highly acclaimed and groundbreaking Jin... more

  • The Revleations at Black Corners

    by Steve Zimcosky
    An accident in junior high leaves a young boy needing surgery. Afterwards he has an insatiable desire to become a writer leading him to become a New York Times best-selling author. What happened during the surgery to lead him down this path? While doing research for a new book he finds the answer in the small New York town of Black Corners!
  • The Ordeal of William Bunsen and Other Stories

    by James Sherwood

    The book comprises an opening Novella and ten short stories. 

    William Bunsen enters hospital for a routine operation and awakes to find his life changed forever. A woman flees her brutal husband to start a new life. A police detective hunts a phantom serial killer. A young man on death row revisits his life. A private detective takes on a case of blackmail. A taxi driver's passenger is more than she seems. A woman detective takes revenge on her attacker. Two detectives investig... more

  • Mis-Chipped

    by Susan J. Kroupa
    One dog, two people, two microchips. . . What happens when two people claim to own the same dog? And both insist they have the microchip number to prove it? When Molly and Doodle watch a good friend’s dog race in flyball tournament, Doodle thinks flyball might be fun. But when Grady’s dog shows an unusual talent for the sport, what initially seemed like a good thing throws Molly and her friend into a world of trouble and hard choices. Faced with the unspeakable, a claim that someone else o... more
  • Raven's Run: A Cybertech Thriller

    by John D. Trudel
    A patriotic rogue agent, RAVEN, is saved by JOSIE, a gentle woman with mystic powers. They face terrorists with Iranian nukes. When Raven is terminated with prejudice by the government, they must work together to rediscover censored history, expose high treason, solve two historic assassinations, and prevent an apocalyptic attack that would destroy America. The backstory features some of the most interesting history that you’ve never heard. Best-selling author Anne Hillerman said, “Raven’s... more
  • The Black and White House

    by Robert James Bridge
    The year is 1950 and in Memphis Joshua Jenks home town racism had been almost eradicated save for the odd event. Joshua Jenks a young black boy was luckier than his friends since his mother and father had gained employment with a local rich white family who had inherited a whisky company in Scotland and were influential in Memphis. As Joshua grew older if became clear he was to be the son Sam Mcleod and his wife had always wanted even though they had a daughter same age as Joshua. With Sam's mon... more
  • Drone (Miranda Chase Book 1)

    by M. L. Buchman
    A supersonic drone flies Black Ops missions from the most secure hangar in the nation. A C-130 Hercules transport plane lies shattered in the heart of America’s Top Secret military airbase — Groom Lake in the Nevada Test and Training Range. China’s newest stealth J-31 jet fighter goes missing. The CIA, the military, and the National Reconnaissance Office are all locked in a power struggle. One woman is trapped in the middle. Miranda Chase, lead crash investigator for the NTSB (Nation... more
  • Howard & Debbie

    by Max Mobley
    Lonely loser Howard Feck has just fallen in love over the internet. His online paramour, the sexy and vivacious Deborah Fairchild, seems to be every man’s dream girl. Howard sure lucked out. But when he arrives in Deborah’s small town to consummate their digital relationship, he learns a dangerous truth: Deborah Fairchild is actually the fictitious online persona of violent sociopath Debbie Coomb. If only he had learned this before Debbie kidnapped him. Normally Debbie kills the men she lures in... more
  • The Broom of God: A Novel of Patagonia

    by John Bragg
    Patagonia. Chile. An unexplored mountain range on the edge of the vast continental icecap. A remote basecamp. A brutal murder. Todd Miller, elite alpinist, is found with an ice-axe buried in his back. Inspector Juan Antonio Paz is sent from the capital city of Santiago to lead an investigation that will pit him against the rugged landscape and raging storms of Patagonia, the violent political history of Chile, and the dark secrets of an isolated village. And will test him in ways he never kn... more
  • Fractured

    by Thomas Kelso
    Orthopedic trauma surgeon Mark Thurman and preeminent stem cell biologist Claire Hodgson have discovered how to heal fractured bones–in days. When Mark’s ex-SEAL Team colleague, John Bristow, shows up in the emergency room they plan to test their revolutionary methods on a human patient. Things soon begin to go sideways and it doesn’t take long to realize Bristow isn’t the person he appears to be. An intricate web is spun leading on a thrilling, treacherous journey pitting Thurman against those ... more