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  • The Executioner's Hood (The High Country Mystery Series Book 4)

    by Loretta Jackson and Vickie Britton
    An ominous black hood, a murdered judge. ..When Sheriff Jeff McQuede finds Durmont’s highly respected judge, Phil Grayson, bludgeoned to death in his study, a black executioner’s hood shoved over his head, he faces his toughest case yet. The judge has many enemies, including Darin Keefe, sentenced by Grayson and just released from prison. McQuede soon finds out that Keefe's case is linked to a city scandal that may involve Grayson. Seven years ago the judge's best friend, John Harwood, was beli... more
  • One Way Street

    by R. L. Herron

    In his debut novel, REICHOLD STREET, author R.L. Herron created a powerful coming-of-age story set in the turbulent Vietnam era that dealt with the tough issues of family dysfunction, alcoholism, suicide, madness and war. It was endorsed by Top Book Reviewers and Compulsion Reads. It received a positive review from Kirkus Reviews and became a Readers' Favorite Gold Medal Winner.

    In his newest novel, ONE WAY STREET, the second book in the series, Herron has constructed... more

  • One Way

    by Jeff Lane
    Barry Griffith doesn’t know it yet, but tonight is the night fate has chosen to be the night of his death… his murder. At a gas station in the middle of nowhere, late at night, his wife Jenny appears… no car… no coat and looking older than when he saw her last. That’s because this is not the woman he received a good-bye kiss from this morning. This woman has been a widow for over four years and has made an impossible journey back in time to try to stop her husband’s murder. Will they be able... more
  • This Way To Paradise

    by D. Bruce Foster
    On a horse farm in the steeplechase country of Maryland’s My Lady’s Manor, ER physician Alex Randolph and his girlfriend, Penny Murray, are recovering from injuries sustained in a hospital hostage incident that transforms them into instant but unwilling national celebrities. \tA thousand miles distant—in a parallel universe—an abused and impoverished young girl from the Everglades evolves into a stunningly beautiful sociopath of enormous wealth. \tAs a golden summer transitions to fall, dark ... more
  • Painting With Fire

    by K.B. Jensen
    Murder in the Windy City. Love without trust. Reckless justice. These are the themes in “Painting With Fire,” the story of Claudia Wilson, a woman down on her luck living with a stranger, an artist named Tom. After the two of them discover a body on the street corner, buried in a snow bank, Claudia becomes obsessed with the murder and the fact that her roommate is not telling her everything about his past. While police search for the killer in her building, she wonders if she should be searching... more
  • A FASHION TO KILL (The Manhattan Mysteries: Hard Boiled New York City Fiction Book 1)

    by Mickey Wyte
    In Mickey Wyte's gritty noir tale, Jack Centaur, an ex-combat soldier and Medal Of Honor winner and the New York City high fashion industry are worlds apart. But when his niece becomes the fourth victim of a ruthless serial killer, posing victims like models on a Vogue cover, Centaur looks for revenge and enters a world that couldn't be more alien to him.
  • CLIFF DIVER

    by Carmen Amato
    When Emilia Cruz, Acapulco’s first and only female police detective, dives into the investigation of a dirty cop’s death, she might just hit the rocks instead of the water. Forced to lead the murder investigation into the death of her shady lieutenant, Emilia faces resentment from the other detectives as well as a blood-spattered crime scene, no witnesses, and the shadow of counterfeit ransom money. The dead lieutenant led a double life in Acapulco full of illicit sex and financial manipulat... more
  • DIABLO NIGHTS

    by Carmen Amato
    The deadly combination of a religious relic and a cruise ship murder victim propel Emilia Cruz, Acapulco's first female police detective, into a maze of cartel smuggling and revenge killings in DIABLO NIGHTS, the third novel in the explosive new international mystery series. Ora Ciega, a rare heroin strain from Colombia, is found on the cruise ship body, promising more drug war violence for Acapulco's already bloody streets. At the same time, the relic points toward a gruesome kidnapping case... more
  • Hat Dance

    by Carmen Amato
    Acapulco’s first and only female police detective, Emilia Cruz, is back in HAT DANCE and risking a dance with the devil in order to catch a violent arsonist and find a missing girl. With hot nights on the beach and suspense straight out of the headlines, HAT DANCE and the Emilia Cruz mystery series go inside Mexico's drug war with a fearless style and a woman who'll be hard to forget. HAT DANCE is the second novel in the Emilia Cruz mystery series. It follows CLIFF DIVER, the novel that Kirku... more
  • The Galadima Conspiracy

    by Dan Abubakar
    When President Galadima of Nigeria goes AWOL, the entire world is curious about the situation. When a former KGB agent ‘sees’ him die, the world wants proof. When an aspiring New York based blogger reports the death he becomes the target of a nefarious assassin who would stop at nothing to see him dead. What is real, what is not and what dark secret is everyone trying to hide? From Saudi Arabia to London, New York to Nigeria, former CIA agent Leah Givens and blogger Dele Pearce m... more
  • Carpe Diem, Illinois

    by Kristin A. Oakley
    For decades, the small town of Carpe Diem, Illinois has quietly unschooled its children, eschewing tests and classrooms for real-life experiences. Now, long-smoldering political feuds and deep personal secrets threaten to explode. When her mother is hospitalized in Carpe Diem after an auto accident, teenager Tali Shaw, the daughter of a powerful state senator, finds herself at the heart of a vicious conspiracy to bring Carpe Diem down. Can prize-winning Chicago Examiner reporter Leo Townsend ove... more
  • Back In Town

    by Marc A. Di Giacomo
    The small town of Hutchville, New York is turned upside down. No longer is it the quaint, sleepy, suburb of New York City. Detective Matt Longo is back on the job and embroiled in his latest nightmare. Further complicating matters is the revelation of his partner’s corruption and organized crime ties; Donny Mello has left a bitter trail of lies and deceit. With his kid brother and newly promoted Detective Franny Longo by his side, will Matt be able to put his past behind him? Special Agent Cyn... more
  • In A Small Town

    by Marc A. Di Giacomo
    The shotgun blast catches Detective Matt Longo by surprise. His world unravels into a nightmare that seemingly won't end. Murder, rapes, pedophiles, the small town of Hutchville, N.Y. is changing. It is up to him to make a difference. While partner Donny Mello is in Italy attending a family funeral for someone "connected," a beautiful F.B.I. agent waits to question Donny about his family business. What will Matt learn from the Agent? Will Donny Mello return in time to help Matt Longo catch his... more
  • Pawns in the Dark

    by Tyler Morgan
    What do you get when you cross the world's most notorious gangster-turned-music-mogul, two assassins, a reclusive billionaire who hasn't been seen publicly in years, a few less-than-lily-white Senators, a crooked policeman, a rising music star, and finally, an ex-FBI agent that is hell-bent on finding his wife's killer? You get an action-packed adventure, in which each of the participants painfully learns the truth — that they are mere pawns in someone else’s game, that their destinies are inext... more
  • Summer's Winter

    by Robin Johns Grant
    When Jeanine finally connects with film star Jamie Newkirk, the object of her obsession, will it be a dream come true? Or will she be pulled into his family's nightmare of secrets, control, and death? At age ten, preacher's daughter Jeanine fell in love with young movie star Jamie Newkirk and the character he played--Danny Summer. Jeanine believed God Himself promised Jamie would be part of her life--that he would rescue her from boring rural Georgia. But eleven years later, she's graduating... more
  • T. S. Livingston and the Mystery at Madame Molineaux's

    by Violet Selborne
    Twin sisters Maddie and Jo Livingston have spent their lives traveling the world with their famous archaeologist parents. But when the Livingstons’ work takes them on a mysterious year-long excavation in Siberia, much too dangerous for two twelve-year-old girls, Maddie and Jo are whisked off to a castle in Switzerland, where they find themselves piecing together a mystery of their own. Madame Molineaux’s School for Girls is filled with interesting students and professors from all over Europe... more

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