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  • Stolen Memories

    by mary miley
    \tA brutal attack along the banks of the Seine in 1928 leaves a young Englishwoman close to death in a Paris hospital, without a memory in her head. She soon comes up against a vengeful husband who accuses her of the theft of priceless art, the French gendarmes who have linked her to a murder on the Riviera, and a scorned lover who is trying to kill her. The husband, believing his wife’s amnesia is faked, spirits her away to an ancient chateau in the French province of Champagne, where prehist... more
  • Dies Irae

    by BV Lawson

    A mysterious music puzzle. A murdered coed. Sinister secrets.

    Three years ago, Scott Drayco left the FBI after an incident involving his partner, Mark "Sarg" Sargosian. Now a freelance crime consultant, Drayco often helps law enforcement on cases, but he never imagined his estranged former partner would turn up on his doorstep, pleading for Drayco's help. A co-ed at an elite Washington, D.C., private college has been murdered, and the victim's friend -... more

  • Requiem for Innocence

    by BV Lawson

    Crime consultant Scott Drayco is in the middle of a thorny case in Washington, D.C. involving murder victims who were all wheelchair-bound. Then, out of the blue, he gets a worried call from a friend on Virginia's Eastern Shore about an attack on an innocent disabled girl.

    Working once again with Sheriff Sailor and Deputy Nelia Tyler, Drayco discovers almost everyone believes the girl's attack was an accident. But he begins to suspect otherwise when he crosses paths with a badly... more

  • Savannah Dawn: Unconsecrated Visions

    by Janna Hill
    Every young girl has dreams. Some dream of being a super model or a nurse, a doctor or a fireman, a teacher, a writer or a rock star. Savannah Dawn has dreams too. But she mostly dreams of a life without nightmares.
  • Rotten Peaches (The Thelonious T. Bear Chronicles)

    by Mitzi Szereto (co-authored with Teddy Tedaloo)
    “Animal Dwarf Bandits” with Tommy Guns are on a crime spree in Georgia! Dillinger-style bank heists are being committed by a dangerous gang of little people wearing animal masks. Enter ursine photojournalist Thelonious T. Bear. Still smarting from his misadventures in Norfolk, he’s eager to begin his assignment in the American South. However, Thelonious soon learns that the South isn’t all fried chicken and sweet tea. In between encounters with a trigger-happy farmer and a fire-and-brimstone ... more
  • Buried

    by C. J. Carmichael
    Over thirty years ago a series of murders targeting Oregon librarians was never solved. Now someone with inside knowledge is feeding clues to true crime writer Dougal Lachlan, promising him the best story of his career. Pursuing the leads means returning to his hometown of Twisted Cedars, and facing the past he'd rather forget. Local Twisted Cedars librarian Charlotte Hammond prefers her mysteries between the covers of a good book, especially since the disappearance of her older sister, Daisy, ... more
  • Normal for Norfolk (The Thelonious T. Bear Chronicles)

    by Mitzi Szereto (co-authored with Teddy Tedaloo)
    Pub landlords are being murdered in Norfolk! Thelonious T. Bear, ursine photojournalist, leaves behind the big city life of London to take an assignment in the Norfolk countryside, where he hopes to find the real England. Instead he stumbles upon gastro-pubs, crazed Audi drivers and murder. As the hapless Thelonious keeps ending up in the wrong place at the wrong time, he attracts the attention of Detective Chief Inspector Horatio Sidebottom of Norfolk Constabulary CID, who’s determined to ti... more
  • Through the Jungle: An Amazon Rescue Adventure

    by Norbert Paul
    The modern world collides with ancient cultures as a family of four is transported from their comfortable suburban life to a raw exciting adventure in the Brazilian jungles of the Amazon River Basin. Neil Williams is living the comfortable suburban dream. Accomplished wife. Great kids. Rocking the daily grind. One day an old friend calls him and tells him that he is in danger and would like Neil to come help him out. The small catch; he’s in the Amazon Rain Forest and he has been kidnapp... more
  • Charms: Book One of the Tempest Trinity Trilogy

    by Leslie Calderoni
    Few forces are stronger than the bond of sisterhood. The laws of physics are a close second, though—at least for Emerald, Mia, and Terra, three teenagers whose talents allow them to control time, talk to people no longer living, and manipulate the string vibrations that make up the universe. Even with these “charms,” the girls have their work cut out for them when faced with an elaborate thread of mysteries: What family secret is Mama and Auntie Eva trying to hide from them? What is Colin, the ... more
  • Separation Anxiety

    by Rohn Federbush

    Are paleontology museums perfect disposal sites for murdered victims? When two of Drape Taylor's sorority sisters fail to return to Ann Arbor from Chicago for her shower, she never sees them again. Drape is attracted to their landlord, an ideal father-figure for a girl with a sperm-bank dad. Sky, Drape's fiance, is threatening to postpone the marriage out of jealousey. Trying to find out what happened to her friends, Drape puts herself in jeopardy, not realizing she'... more

  • Threads of the Departed Trilogy "Strands"

    by M A Bonuso
    Threads of the Departed Trilogy "Strands" reflects events in NC history from 1920-1938 and how a prominent family's matriarch can really muck up their children's lives. Strands begins in 1988 North Carolina when the main character, Carrie Pyles visits her pseudo aunt Patty McMurphy at her shop, Pheasant Mill Wool and Weaving. Patty ends up dying from a heart attack and Carrie is bequeathed everything. All would be well, but Patty still has a sister Camille alive, and the shop has a mysterious ce... more
  • The Vermeer Conspiracy ISBN# 978-1-62901-239-1

    by Eytan Halaban
    Two Ladies of Yale University. Roommates. One blond, the other brown. One WASP, the other Latina. One Yale legacy multiple times over, the other grew up on food stamps. One vanished, the other was raped by her professor… actually it is about Vermeer.
  • Broken Flowers

    by Howard A. Finkelstein

    A dramatic psychological suspense/thriller about the devastating consequences of drug addiction, Broken Flowers is a powerful story about brokenness, healing, and hope.

    Dr. Mary Crawford is a fifty-year-old psychotherapist operating a successful practice in Los Angeles. Noted for her addiction assistance and suicide prevention techniques, she leads group therapy sessions with addicts in the throes of recovery.

    During one particular session, she is called upon for a case involving ... more

  • Who Killed Randy Ratphink? The Postmortem Adventures of a Fried-Brain Hippie!

    by Jerry Flu

    Turn on! Tune in! Drop dead!

    Who Killed Randy Ratphink?: The Post-Mortem Adventures of a Fried-Brain Hippie! is a paranormal cozy mystery that asks the question: Can a small-town kid with flowers in his hair find happiness in the void?

    Who Killed Randy Ratphink? is the saga of a flower-child’s journey from the Haight to the hereafter.

    As the story opens, Randy Ratphink, baby boomer turned geezer boomer, suddenly finds himself dead—murdered—and his spirit won’t ... more

  • Conventional Murder

    by D. A. Featherling
    Ari Ames knows she was railroaded into chairing the regional convention for home stagers. She expected some challenges...but not murder! When a killer continues to strike, Ari is determined to solve the crimes - even if the police don't want her help. Detective Dan Watkins soon finds, however, stopping Ari is like trying to lasso a Texas tornado. Will Ari unmask the killer in time? Or will she become the final victim?