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  • Murder from Beyond the Grave

    by yvonne yourkowski
    Officer Kaila Porter gasps for breath as she stares at the mutilated corpse of her mentor. It has been years since the town, or herself, has seen a body. Struggling to move past the devastation, with no clear motive for the vicious attack Kaila doesn’t see the stalker dodging her every step. When the only suspect shows up dead Kaila is plunged into the midst of the criminal world. Suspecting a leak in the department, Kaila strives to connect the two victims, one, a beloved woman of the comm... more
  • Melody Hill

    by Rick DeStefanis

    Melody Hill is the exciting prequel to the award winning novel "The Gomorrah Principle." This is Duff's story as he goes off to war in Vietnam leaving behind his mother, sister and best friend Brady Nash.

    Duff Coleridge has joined the military and heading to the war in Vietnam. With the instincts of a natural warrior the young paratrooper quickly proves himself a more than capable soldier and is recruited into the shadowy world of black-ops. Despite months of jungle fighti... more

  • Silver Lead and Dead

    by James Garmisch
    Ex CIA agent Evan Hernandez knows the odds of seeing a kidnaping victim again and alive, no less, is about zero. When a family friend is kidnapped in Juarez and his brother asks him to be his alibi so he can travel to pay the ransom, Evan proposes to go in his place. After all, he has nothing to lose. Perhaps through his own sacrifice he will finally find redemption. In Mexico, Evan stumbles quite literally into a conflict between an ambitious cartel leader with a desire to reshape Mexico and a ... more
  • The Hut in the Woods

    by VLZ (vicki lee zell)
    There is something in the woods along Laden Lane very sinister hidden deep within its plush greenery of forest trees and shrubs. The Laden family who lives at the end of lane has no idea what darkness surrounds their little part of Eden on earth. Carly Laden married a man she knows little about, and something strange is going on. Something's off kilter, out of sorts. When Carly's suspicions finally surface, the devastating results hurl Carly and her family into a whirlwind of frightening change.... more
  • Seeing Evil

    by Jason Parent
    Fate in plain sight. Major Crimes Detective Samantha Reilly prefers to work alone—she’s seen as a maverick, and she still struggles privately with the death of her partner. The only person who ever sees her softer side is Michael Turcotte, a teenager she’s known since she rescued him eleven years ago from the aftermath of his parents’ murder-suicide. In foster care since his parents’ death, Michael is a loner who tries to fly under the bullies’ radar, but a violent assault triggers a disturb... more
  • Fatal Eclipse

    by Dermot Davis
    It started with feelings of jealousy and like a mental virus it spread. Soon, Jonathan's mind became attacked by thoughts and images he had no control over. Even though there was no basis in fact, Jonathan couldn't help himself from an increasing paranoia that his wife was cheating on him. When he begins to test his wife's loyalty he not only alienates her from his life but puts her in harm's way. Struggling to come to terms with a buried trauma from his past, Jonathan has to solve the mystery ... more
  • Troubles In My Way: Immoral Sins

    by Vivian Lewis
    Troubles In My Way: Immoral Sins is comprised of gut-wrenching, nail biting, gruesome, hit rock bottom near death tragedy and suspense fiction drama; eye opening trials, tribulations, troubles and triumph. Most often young adults dream of having an everlasting relationship with their first love. Overjoyed with strong excitement and would jump through hoops to be with that chosen one. They quite often rush to start a family not thinking their dream could change in an instance. What do you ... more
  • The Dollhouse in the Crawlspace

    by Ellen Byerrum
    If you lost your memories, would you lose your soul? “In my memories, my eyes are always green.” After a devastating accident, a young woman finds herself recovering in a memory research facility. Her eyes are brown; her memories are broken. Years of her life are blank, yet she remembers being two very different women, one called Tennyson, the other Marissa. If she can’t trust her memories or her own eyes, who can she trust? To save her sanity and her life, she begins a secret journal betwe... more
  • Troubles In My Way: Immoral Sins

    by Vivian Lewis
    Troubles In My Way: Immoral Sins is a one-hundred sixty six page mystery, suspense and a twist of real life drama. Most often young adults dream of having an everlasting relationship with their first love. They jump through many hoops to be with that chosen one. They do not care whether it is right or wrong. At times they rush to start a family not thinking their life could change in an instance. What do you do when life hit you with a powerful punch and you never saw it coming, you were... more
  • The Outreach Committee: Because Marriage Can Be Murder

    by C.L. Woodhams
    Is murder ever justified? The ladies of the Outreach Committee say: "Yes." In L.A.’s South Bay, the Battered Women’s Escape Foundation (BWEF) shelters, counsels, and trains abused women so that they can start new lives. However, one group cannot take advantage of this haven: women of means, whose influential husbands can unearth any shelter with a single phone call. Mora Rey and Carol Ewald form the Outreach Committee to rid these women of their abusive spouses by creating “accidents” to dis... more
  • The Victim

    by Eric Matheny

    In the spring of 2003 on a desolate stretch of Arizona highway, Anton Mackey’s life was changed forever. A reckless decision to get behind the wheel when he was in no condition to drive spawned a moment that threatened to destroy everything the 21 year-old had spent his life working toward. In an instant, Anton made a decision to save himself. A decision that claimed the lives of two people.

    Eleven years later, Anton is a rising star in the Miami criminal defense community. He is ... more

  • Wrongfully Removed

    by Braxton DeGarmo
    Amy Gibbs, RN, and the crew of her MedAir chopper go down in a storm, but she is rescued from the wreckage by a woman who appears to be living in hiding with her disabled daughter. But hiding from whom? Sinead O'Malley and Ruth are indeed on the run, but not from an abuser. The State of Massachusetts' DCF took Ruth from her family over a dispute between two sets of doctors and Ruth's health has deteriorated. Sinead could no longer sit back and watch her daughter die. She removed Ruth from the st... more
  • The Green Children: A Sycamore Moon Novel

    by Domino Finn
    After missing for three days, a young girl is found wandering the Arizona forest. She's despondent, with no memory of her ordeal. When a second girl disappears, a pattern emerges that sets two police departments racing against the clock to save her.
  • Mystery Of The Egyptian Scroll: A Zet Mystery Case

    by Scott Peters

    You, who have dug deep and sifted hard for a story to read, have unearthed an ancient treasure: a mystery from the dusty ages, when a boy could be a hero and fight for the good of all . . .

    Zet and Kat are in charge, now that their father is off fighting the Hyksos. Times are rough. One day, Zet spots a thief running from the medjay police. When the man gets away, the authorities offer a generous payment for his capture. Zet's determined to find the thief ... more

  • Unreasonable Force

    by kenneth eade
    William Thomas grew up with a distrust of contact with the police. However, he worked hard and made a name for himself as a successful lawyer. After leaving a ball game with friends, Thomas is assaulted by police and one of the officers is killed. Accused of murder, William calls his colleague, lawyer Brent Marks, to defend him. Can Brent convince the jury that the police have crossed the line between keeping order and police brutality? Can he formulate a defense for a client who believes h... more

    by Robert Clement
    Two former Starbucks managers meet and open a bar in Portland Maine. They employ a waitress named Elvis who has the talent of her namesake but has a very troubling back story. A villain takes an interest in Elvis and the obsession takes on a sinister tone. Coffee is used as a prop throughout the story. In the end it is a story of love and loss, hope and resilience, humor and real fear.