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  • Nameless

    by David John

    In desperation she began to shout for help and bang on the steel walls but everything just echoed round and round the nothingness chamber...........a loud noise behind her made her jump. It was a constant sound, like a motor of some kind, but she couldn’t be sure..........warily she walked towards the sound in the pitch blackness with her arms outstretched in front of her. Her hands found the ice cold wall again but there was something different about it, it was vibrating slightly, ... more

  • Death Takes a Mistress

    by Rosemary and Larry Mild
    Death Takes A Mistress features husband-and-wife bookstore owners Dan and Rivka Sherman, reluctant sleuths who find themselves tangled up in a twisty mystery that’s remained unsolved for over twenty years. But this couple is about to learn what it really means to be partners in crime…. \tAbout Death Takes A Mistress: In Bath, England, young mother Lainee Cohen is brutally murdered, her life tragically cut short by the married man whose baby she bore—after he demanded that she abort it. Scotlan... more
  • The Matter of the Crown

    by Linda Ferreri
    The gold that ransomed Atahualpa, encrusted with the world's largest collection of emeralds--the legendary Crown of the Andes--is missing. A woman lies dead in Italy. The sleuth braves danger and emotional turmoil to find the Crown. A page-turner laced with history and spirituality.
  • Looks That Deceive

    by Braxton DeGarmo
    The press calls “him” the L.A. Rapist, a misnomer in all ways for this serial assailant whose attacks on legal assistants leaves them in a vegetative state. Now, the deaths of two prominent medical malpractice attorneys have put authorities in an uproar and detective Lynch Cully is under extreme pressure to find the perpetrators. Or should that be singular? Has the L.A. Rapist upped “his” game? Amy Gibbs, RN, is a newly recruited med-evac flight nurse who left the E.D. and its stress behind,... more
  • Indebted

    by Braxton DeGarmo
    “Indebted” is a story of redemption that begins in the backwoods of western North Carolina in the late 1960’s. Alice Cummings, raised by an abusive, alcoholic father, longs to leave her home and have a real family of her own, a desire that contributes to an out-of-wedlock pregnancy. But when she returns home with her baby, her father makes good on an earlier threat and sells the infant boy. Driven to find her son, she sets out to leave, find the baby, and start a new life together. Her plans go ... more
  • Roman Riley and The Last Servant's Curse

    by Aaron Naphtalie
    When word spreads of the evil Lukavar's escape from the Exodus Prison of Arlakon, Roman Riley is faced with immediate danger. This news is made more threatening with the inexplicable vanishing of the hawks with hidden talents employed to protect him. Meanwhile, DymBellium, an old-fashioned town with an abundance in trees, is gripped by paranoia following a recent series of mysterious murders. Roman, a friendless 9th grader, haunted by occasional thoughts of suicide, also learns that he and... more
  • Fearless Joe Dearborne

    by Lisa Whitney Mitchell
    Some might say he’s courageous, while others would say he’s daring, maybe even a little crazy. But when Joe Dearborne risked his life and ran into a burning building to save a puppy, the local newspaper referred to him as “fearless”—and that’s a pretty big title for a sixth-grader to live up to. Plus, Joe already has plenty else to worry about. After other daring feats in the past, Joe promised his father he wouldn’t do anything dangerous again, and, alas, he’s just broken that promise. Bu... more
  • one day one night

    by vijay pratap indra
    it will be very funny thriller
  • The Ice Cap and the Rift

    by Marshall Chamberlain
    Tense, driving thriller reminiscent of the Indian Jones Books. Marshall Chamberlain gives us an adventure into plausible reality. —A COMBOQUAKE RAKES THE TWENTY-FIVE HUNDRED MILE ATLANTIC RIDGE —A FIFTEEN-MILE LONG RIFT TEARS ACROSS ICELAND’S LARGEST ICE CAP —SATELLITE IMAGERY REVEALS A LARGE CAVERN DOWN THE RAGGED CREVASSE —THERE ARE FROZEN OBJECTS AND STRUCTURES THAT SHOULDN’T BE THERE The UN’s Institute for the Study of Unusual Phenomena (ISUP) and its new director, John Henry Morg... more
  • The Militant Genome

    by Braxton DeGarmo
    A master gene for race? Geneticists say such a thing doesn’t exist. However, the Colonel, founder of the Missouri White Alliance, has devised a genetic weapon capable of devastating dark-skinned peoples globally. He is only weeks, maybe days away from implementing his viral version of racial cleansing’s “final solution.” There’s only one threat to his plan – a hotheaded member of the MWA has become the target of a nationwide police search for murder and the kidnapping of local celebrity Della Wi... more
  • Everywhere That Tommy Goes

    by Howard K. Pollack
    An attractive young bartender goes missing from a popular New York City hot spot and the only evidence found at the scene points to Tommy Sullivan. Fearing arrest, he runs, and is secretly followed by his new friend Troyer Savage. When an even more horrific murder occurs, and Troyer vanishes in its wake, Tommy is left in a stupor, bathed in the victim's blood. As his blackouts and memory lapses multiply, Tommy becomes lost between nightmare and reality. Things only get worse for him when the... more
  • Alethea

    by Jesse Arnold
    Alethea Cooper is a sixteen year old gymnast gearing up for the 2012 London Olympics while her family still deals with the repercussions of the financial collapse from several years before. A car accident derails her career and while she comes to terms with a life where she never went to the Olympics and is now physically handicapped she develops super powers. The stresses of both the collapse of her life and development of her supernatural powers cause her mind to slowly fragment. Alethea’s per... more
  • New Hope

    by Steve Hobbs
    Seventeen year old Miri Jones has always wanted to be a detective. When she discovers mutilated human remains during her morning run, she’s found her case. But the bizarre nature of the crime will shake everything she believes in and might just get her killed. The town of New Hope is about to make its last stand in a war Miri never knew existed. Only the brave will survive.
  • Kwong's First Two

    by Vic Warren
    The Quartz is the first in a new series called The Inspector Kwong Mysteries, based on characters from Warren’s novel, Hong Kong Blues. The Quartz is not a whodunnit. It tracks the action in Hong Kong and Beijing of both Chief Inspector Lawrence Kwong and the villain, Vice Premier Xiao Mingyu, the fourth most powerful man in the People’s Republic of China. Twists and turns along the way bring them face to face with each other. The McGuffin of the piece, the Qin Quartz, is a treasure from the ... more
  • The Fog: An Inspector Kwong Mystery (The Inspector Kwong Mysteries Book 3)

    by Vic Warren
    Kwong and Matson end up in hot water with Chief Luk before he sends them both on vacation to save them and his budget. Deciding to visit some of Kwong’s old friends in San Francisco, they encounter Kwong’s one great love and murder most deadly. Matson discovers Stone Arrogant Bastard, and the two of them deal with the City by the Bay’s twists and turns in the third instalment of The Inspector Kwong Mysteries. At turns light and violent, The Fog leaves you impatient for more.
  • The Murder of Adam and Eve

    by William Dietrich
    In this fast-paced and thought-provoking thriller, two teens time-travel to prehistoric Africa to judge whether to save our ancestors: the genetic "Adam" and "Eve" whose descendants will go on to populate the world. When 16-year-old Nick Brynner explores an old fort on a forbidden island for a school history project, he stumbles onto a time wormhole. What follows is a mysteriously deserted village with a prowling sentry that looks like a gargoyle, and narrow escape with the help of fellow teen E... more