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  • Schism

    by Bruce Elgin
    William Adams has always heard the voices. They tell him things he would have no way of knowing and make him help others. But, all they’ve ever done for him is get him committed to a mental institution. When they tell him he has to protect his ex-fiancée, he escapes and finds himself caught between a racist mastermind and a man whose abilities are even more dangerous than his own. With a police detective as his reluctant ally, William’s only chance of saving the woman he loves is to push beyo... more
  • The Deadly Caress

    by O.N. Stefan
    The Deadly Caress is a fast-paced story set in California. Suspenseful and thrilling, it is holds a mystery that Amanda Blake, a freelance photographer, must unravel. Amanda tracks down her birth mother, the multi millionaire, Jean Campbell. Hours after her arrival, Jean is murdered. Amanda sets out to discover her mother’s killer. Her quest takes to Australia to find the man she thinks holds the answer to the killer’s identity. While visiting this man, she has to run for her life under ... more
  • Tin Lily

    by Joann Swanson
    Just because you survive doesn’t mean you’re alive. One moment fifteen-year-old Lily Berkenshire is sitting in her bedroom, favorite song blaring through her earbuds, history book open on her lap. The next, her alcoholic father is shooting and killing her mother. Then he’s pointing the gun at Lily and pulling the trigger. Click. He’s out of bullets. For now. When she moves to Seattle to live with her aunt, Lily retreats into peaceful, dissociative trances to escape the shattered nigh... more
  • The Flower Shop, Caldron of Conspiracy

    by H. Christopher Quinn
    The Flower Shop, Caldron of Conspiracy tells the story of Harry and Rosa, who meet by chance on a long bus ride from the U.S. border down to Mexico City. When Harry visits the Florería Roma (where Rosa works) he learns that the sinister conspiracies brewing in the back room go far beyond the takeover of Pemex and the Mexican government. He learns that some of the conspirators have ideas of their own, and he uncovers a plot to assassinate key leaders of the World Bank and International Monetary F... more
  • A Book to Die For

    by Richard Houston

    From the author of the Number One Cozy Mystery, A View to Die For, comes A Book to Die For, a mystery that will keep you guessing until the very end.

    Jake Martin is not your ordinary sleuth. He’s an ordinary guy with an extraordinary dog. This time the story takes place in the foothills of Denver. Jake is accused of manslaughter and he has to prove the accident was really murder. Along the way he encounters a poaching ring and falls in love with a beautiful game w... more

  • Congo Mission: A Jack Sharp Novel

    by Scott McPherson
    Congo Mission begins in Dr. Jack Sharp’s younger days as a missionary in Congo in the 1980’s. As a Christian missionary Jack has stepped out beyond his comfort zone into an unfamiliar world desiring to do what he believes God wants of him. He is challenged by daily activities as he tries to learn the local language and culture surrounding him. Facing challenges in every aspect of life, from daily meals to life saving surgery, Jack’s skills, knowledge and faith are tested as he learns what exi... more
  • Pea Body

    by Ellen Behrens
    Who knew birdwatching could lead to such trouble? Betty and Walt Rollin find out when visiting Pea Island National Wildlife Refuge on the Outer Banks of North Carolina. All they want to do is relax and spend a little time away from Talkative Ted and Clingy Caroline, their overbearing neighbors at the RV "resort" where they've been staying. But when Betty spots a very non-avian body at the edge of a far pond, she and Walt are drawn into the investigation. What they discover threatens to uncover l... more
  • Premonitions: When the Universe Shifts, Expect the Unexpected

    by Frank McRae
    Premonitions After years of sacrifice to earn his medical degree, Doctor Jim Baker has finally achieved the lifestyle most only dream of. His new life in an upscale normally crime-free Chicago suburb is not the only one that is suddenly ripped apart by a series of unexplainable murders. The wives of the group of top local plastic surgeons he joined are being systematically found in their locked homes murdered with alarms set and no apparent clues or motives. The peaceful final expressions left o... more
  • Distant Voices

    by Barry Lenson
    Niccolo Carini, the greatest Italian tenor of 1844, senses that his voice is changing after he is given a miraculous mechanical writing man. Larry Schiavo, an over-the-hill tenor in New York City in 2013, suddenly gains astonishing new vocal powers. Larry blows out the windows of Carnegie Hall on the night he performs there and becomes the wonder of the opera world. But is Larry really Larry? To whom does his voice really belong? Two centuries and two worlds intersect in this joyfully dark nove... more
  • A Deeper Cut

    by Sheri Wren Haymore
    2014 National Indie Book Award Finalist. When Hunter Kittrell and his beautiful friend Miki arrive in Beaufort, NC, for their summer stay, they decide to liven up the small town by pulling a harmless prank. That prank, however, quickly finds them deeply entangled in a blood bath face-off with a knife-wielding serial killer. As the usually peaceful town is plunged into chaos, Hunter and Miki find themselves drawn more deeply into the investigation, and it turns out their connection to the murders... more
  • Itsy Bitsy Spider

    by kimberly shursen

    The stepdaughter of a powerful politician finds herself in a game of survival. 
    "It's Chinatown meets John Grisham with characters you'll welcome into your heart page after page." - Best selling, award-winning author Katie French
    "Twisty and powerful, what a debut novel!"

    Boston Globe rookie repor... more

  • Adverse Possession (Christian Suspense Fiction)

    by Louis N. Jones
    Someone broke in to Jesse and Jennifer Kane's million dollar home. Unfortunately, for the Kanes, this would not be your average, run-of-the-mill burglary. Most burglars break-in, steal, and leave quickly. But these intruders had no intention of leaving. They planned to stay. And stay for a while. The police can do nothing. The intruders have the law on their side. Ripped from today’s headlines, Adverse Possession is a compelling novel about a Christian family that is tested to the li... more
  • Bodies on the Potomac

    by Daniel O'Neil
    When former D.C. power broker Taylor Clark investigates the strange conditions behind a motor company shutting down a dealership, Clark quickly realizes there is more to the story than originally thought. It’s soon discovered that a Russian billionaire has laid deep ties into the U.S. government, putting his own fortune at risk to persuade the President to abide by his wishes. As events unfold, Clark’s resourcefulness and nerve fuel his pursuit of the truth, a pursuit that ultimately ends in a v... more
  • By Blood (A Companion to the novel Moon Child)

    by Tracy Banghart
    For 17-year-old Emma Wong, spending a summer in England should be a dream come true. Gorgeous scenery? Check. Lots of hot guys with accents? Yes, please. Throw in an estranged mom, annoying new stepdad, and drooling baby half-brother, and it's a disaster even her favorite cherry red leather jacket can't fix. Even worse, there's (hot) live-in research assistant Josh to contend with. The only thing more embarrassing than drunk-kissing him hours after they meet? Knowing he'll be witness to her ... more
  • Moon Child (A Companion to the novel By Blood)

    by Tracy Banghart
    Before Emma's adventures in Oxford, her best friend Diana came face-to-face with a killer... Diana Calvert is so over high school. Who cares if Olivia hates her? And David needs to forget about his crush on her STAT. Even Emma's crazy fashion choices can't keep Diana entertained. All she can hope for is a dance scholarship to a college far away from too-small, too-boring, too-nothing-ever-happens New Freedom, PA. Then Diana meets Nicholas Woodhaven. He's pale, angry...yet weirdly charming... more
  • The Birdcatcher

    by Walter Joseph Schenck, Jr.
    As terrorists launch continual rages of hate against an unprepared nation, Vietnam veteran Sergeant Abel Jarrett spends his days inside a military hospital mental ward, where he carries his war wounds with him twenty-four hours a day. But when newspaper headlines tell of a Birdcatcher, Jarrett realizes his past is coming back to haunt him in more ways than just flashbacks. Special Agent Ted Alignman has just been assigned to investigate a jihadist cult group's terroristic acts. As he immerses hi... more