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    by Krista Wagner
    Rian Field is living her dream as a Marine Biologist, but when she is attacked by a shark, it triggers memories from the past and changes her understanding of her present world. After surviving the shark attack, Rian Field continues her work at the Institute, determined to live her routine life. But as she attempts to cope with her growing post-traumatic stress outbreaks, she is plagued both by memories of an earlier trauma and a sudden onslaught of mysterious and ominous events. She soon finds ... more
  • The After School Murders

    by Sharon Evans
    It is 1968, and for more than a decade, teenaged girls on the west end of Albuquerque have disappeared, never coming home from school. There was only one girl who ever escaped the evil of this classroom serial killer, and she must stop him before he kills again.
  • The Invasive Species

    by Frankie Bow
    Professor Molly Barda is thrilled to be included in a grant to investigate attitudes toward biotechnology. But she immediately finds herself embroiled in the deadly fight between big biotech and anti-GMO activists. When Molly and her best friend Emma Nakamura stumble onto the scene of a brutal murder, they realize that everyone has something to hide--and there are some questions you don't ask.
  • The Black Thumb

    by Frankie Bow
    When a violent death disrupts the monthly meeting of the Pua Kala Garden society, Professor Molly Barda has no intention of playing amateur detective. But Molly’s not just a witness–the victim is Molly’s house guest and grad-school frenemy. And Molly quickly finds to her dismay that her interest in the murder of the stylish and self-centered Melanie Polewski is more than just…academic.
  • The Cursed Canoe

    by Frankie Bow
    Professor Molly Barda investigates a mysterious paddling accident, and realizes it isn’t just business majors who cheat to get what they want. Whether it’s moving up in the college rankings, getting a seat in the big canoe race, or just looking out for themselves, some people will do whatever it takes-including murder.
  • The Musubi Murder: A Molly Barda Mystery (The Molly Barda Mysteries Book 1)

    by Frankie Bow
    If you're a Hawaii expatriate, a disillusioned academic, or a fan of pessimistic, snarky humor, you'll enjoy what one reviewer described as "Dorothy Parker meets Jane Smiley." Buy The Musubi Murder for the embittered, underemployed academic in your life (maybe that's you!)
  • The Case of the Defunct Adjunct

    by Frankie Bow
    When the lecherous Kent Lovely, Mahina State’s one-man hostile work environment, collapses face-first into his haupia cheesecake, the faculty retreat goes from dull to disastrous. Now Professor Molly Barda has to fight to keep an innocent out of prison—and herself off the unemployment line.
  • Sweet and Savage

    by T.C. Winters
    Annie Sweet’s nemesis is fire… The sole survivor when an arsonist destroyed her home, young Annie Sweet is plunged into the nightmarish world of unregulated foster care. When her abusive foster mother also dies in a suspicious fire, the local media dubs Annie the Vigilante Baby. That’s not who I am anymore… Years later, Annie has one goal—eradicate her past by saving other children from the horrors of abuse. But as she finds herself surrounded by flames and death once again, she realiz... more
  • Blue Falcon

    by T.C. Winters
    Devastated by her combat experiences, Grace Garcia is unable to adjust to civilian life until a wayward postcard sends her on a mission that places her in the path of Jared Cooper, the new Special Agent in Charge of the Phoenix ATF. With a new job and a new daughter, Jared has no interest in a new relationship, but when seemingly unrelated events result in a dangerous threat to their lives, he offers Grace refuge. When witnesses and suspects die before they can talk, Jared becomes convinced the ... more
  • The Governor's Daughter: The Scribes of Brahmadhan

    by Sambath Meas
    Anjali Chinak, the curious-minded teenage daughter of a Cambodian detective, is shocked by the fatal rape of her Eurasian friend, Esmè Laurent, the governor’s daughter. Anjali believes the perpetrator is the same man who has wreaked havoc in other Asian countries. On a scorching April day in1920, in Siem Reap, a town of majestic Khmer ruins and opulent French-colonial edifices, Asian authorities meet to address the crisis. The multiple rapes and murders have triggered pandemonium in cities of An... more
  • The Day Job is Murder (McKinley Mysteries series Book 1)

    by Carolyn Arnold

    “The perfect beginning to what will certainly be a wonderful series.”
    –Marianne Spitzer, Bestselling author

    The bad guys aren't the only ones on his radar…

    For Albany PD homicide detective Sean McKinley, catching killers is the easy part of his job. Working next to his beautiful partner, Sara Cain, is what’s difficult. It might have something to do with the fact that he’s fallen in love with her, tho... more

  • Collateral Crimes

    by Jeffrey Yochim

    Valdo Esposito is a hit man with a gambling problem. In need of cash, he contracts with erratic ATF Agent James Roberts for what turns out to be a gun running operation, but Roberts insists upon controlling every detail of the operation, needlessly complicating what should be a simple crime. 

    Jonathan Starker is a highly successful graphic novelist who needs to get to Phoenix to speak at a comic book convention, but his fear of flying forces him to find other means of tra... more

  • Death on Canvas

    by Mary Ann Cherry
    Book one of the Jessie O'Bourne art mystery series, Death on Canvas finds the artist in rural Montana, teamed up with Norwegian deputy Arvid Abrahmsen on a search for two missing Thomas Moran masterpieces worth millions. The paintings connect the cold case murder of Jessie's great aunt with the present day murder of a Native American grad student discovered in the O'Bourne family hayfield—a girl who whispers before she dies that her attacker was a cop.
  • Boystown 8: The Lies That Bind

    by Marshall Thornton
    The eighth book of the best-selling Boystown Mysteries series begins with a phone call in the middle of the night. Private investigator Nick Nowak is pulled into the troubled world of freelance journalist, and all around pain-in-the-ass, Christian Baylor. When Christian can’t stop lying about the corpse in his bathroom things slip slowly out of control. Meanwhile, Nick’s relationship with former priest Joseph Biernecki takes an unexpected turn and the Federal case against Jimmy English proceeds ... more
  • Death Comes to Happy Acres

    by JT Moss
    At sixty-three, former jazz musician Wade Lovett finds himself something of a trailer park Lothario carrying on affairs with three different women. But when circumstances prompt Carol Smitzky to make a compelling case for a marriage arrangement, he agrees. The next morning he visits girlfriend number two, Peggy MacCallister, to tell her the news—and finds her lying dead on her kitchen floor. Shortly after Peggy’s death, Wade is surprised to learn that she left him guardianship of her prized cat,... more
  • Suicide Lake

    by Ashley Fontainne
    Those who have secrets… Renee Thornton is on the brink of despair, ready to take a final plunge and join the other tragic souls at the bottom of Bradford Lake—known to locals as Suicide Lake. Beneath the murky waters… Her plans change when she’s startled back to reality after a body brushes up against her from the depths below. Terrified, Renee runs away and slams into her old flame Cliff Simpson, a deputy with Whitten County Sheriff’s Department. Will stop at nothing… Strang... more