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  • The Meriwether Academy Mystery (The Adventures of Elena Crawford) (Volume 1)

    by Keabetswe Mafikeng
    This book takes the writing pattern of early Nancy Drew books and follows the progress of Elena Crawford as she tries to solve the mystery of the missing owner of Meriwether Academy.
  • The House That Wasn't There (The Christie McKinnon Adventures Book 2)

    by Colin Garrow
    On a cold November morning in 1890's Edinburgh, Christie McKinnon and her pal Donal discover a young boy is missing from home. And he's not the only one - someone is stealing children and taking them to a mysterious house on Deadman's Lane. With an eye on a good story, Christie sets out to investigate, but the house is not all it seems to be...
  • The Watson Letters: Volume 1: Something Wicker This Way Comes

    by Colin Garrow
    In a not quite Post-Victorian, steampunk parallel universe, Holmes and Watson continue their fight against crime... Based on the infamous Blog of the same name, Colin Garrow's take on the Holmes and Watson stories pitch the detecting duo into Whitechapel, the Western Isles and the Village of the Damned. Adult humour throughout.

    by Brian McCann 7732388394
    A NOVEL BASED ON A TRAGIC EVENT IN CHICAGO FOUR YEARS AGO. THE AUTHOR'S BROTHER WAS KILLED BY AN ILLEGAL,UNDOCUMENTED PRIOR CONVICTED FELON. The first half of the book is an account of the many efforts to return justice to the family and the last half is entirely fictional and justice is returned the old fashion way.
  • Eleven (Brandon Fisher FBI Series Book 1)

    by Carolyn Arnold

    Eleven Rooms. Ten Bodies. One Empty Grave.

    In this international bestseller, rookie FBI Agent Brandon Fisher takes on his first case with the Behavioral Analysis Unit, but will he survive long enough to catch the killer? Eleven is a fast-paced, spine-tingling thriller that will have you gasping for breath at every twist…  

    When Brandon Fisher joined the FBI Behavioral Analysis Unit, he knew he’d ... more

  • The Human Skulls

    by John Kanu Woko
    World Peace Only If! “Build a World based on Economic Equality and Infrastructures and Not Military Aids and Weapons Because Producers of Weapons Does Not Love PEACE” THEY AID TERRORISM! ‘’ NO MORE WAR! NO MORE TROUBLE” The Human Skulls World Defined By Tagging
  • Cats' Eyes, a Crazy Cat Lady Mystery (1)

    by Mollie Hunt

    What if a retired cat-lady found a stolen sixty-eight carat chunk of trouble in her back yard pond? Lynley Cannon is the crazy cat lady, but she's not quite crazy yet, though a bizarre connection to a bumbled heist and a double homicide has got her wondering. The killer will to any lengths to get what he wants. Will Lynley live to clean the litter box another day?

  • Blood Passage

    by Malcolm Pierce
    Maintenance supervisor Brian Francisco goes to sleep for the night in his Midwest apartment and wakes to find himself a prisoner aboard an oil tanker at sea. His predicament turns desperate when he learns of his captors’ intent to eventually kill him. With no clues to the reason for his capture, Francisco has only his ingenuity to fashion an escape. But even if he can manage to break out of the brig, he faces a bigger problem: how to flee a ship in the middle of the ocean. The former soldier... more
  • Tears of God (The Blackwell Files Book 7)

    by Steven F. Freeman
    A chance encounter leads FBI agent Mallory Blackwell to investigate the circumstances surrounding the mysterious death of her father, Cutter Wilson, years ago. Their only informant murdered, Mallory and cryptologist husband Alton lead an NSA team on a round-the-world quest to track down the perpetrator of a mysterious toxicological project. The sleuths must summon all their investigatory skills in a desperate bid to follow a trail of clues to the hidden truth of Cutter Wilson’s death, a disc... more
  • Poetic Justice

    by Ray Floyd
    Brad Peterson is a highly trained Special Forces operative. With less than a month of military service left, he is looking forward to a bright future in the civilian sector. His last mission in Afghanistan goes horribly wrong, leaving him injured and his best friend dead. Back in the United States and recuperating from his injuries, he receives the astonishing news that he has inherited a multibillion-dollar fortune from a long-lost family member. Free at last from the army, he heads to Las V... more

    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!)