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  • Duncan

    by Dennis McCort

    A cunning pederastic serial killer nicknamed “Santa” is making his way up the East Coast from New Orleans to Boston, leaving a trail of young bodies in his wake. Santa covers his tracks along the way by working as an itinerant bass player in a series of jazz combos. At the same time, the Driscoll family – Mark, Julie and their nine-year-old son Nate – who live in an upstate suburb of Syracuse, New York, struggle to come to grips with Mom’s quadriplegia following ... more

  • A Perfect Lie

    by Lisa Renee Jones
    They say that you are not a product of the environment that you’ve grown up in, that you create your own story, tell it your way. That you get to pick your own future. They lied. If you’re honest with yourself, you believed that lie, too, like I used to, because I wanted to, and even needed to believe that I had some semblance of control over my own self. The truth is that control is part of the lie. The ability to become a person of our own making is the perfect lie. I concede that it might app... more
  • No End of Bad Guys

    by Jeff Buick
    Bobby Greco is Orlando Homicide, and he knows who took the barista on her way home from Starbucks, but can’t prove it. It’s all he can think about until a soccer mom at his daughter’s game catches his eye. Something’s amiss with Molly’s mom. As he digs under the surface he uncovers a horrific crime. Now one girl is missing and another has been found – and both are in danger.
  • B07PGJZFM8

    by Mark DaSilva
    After deadly gas attacks have killed millions across the globe, stranded California business man Ted Ratelle struggles to find his missing family. Unprepared for such a catastrophe, he meets an ex-military police officer who befriends and trains Ted for combat. Once ready, the unlikely hero then follows clues to his family’s whereabouts, battling warlords, murderers, and thugs who stand in his way.
  • I Know You

    by Erik Therme
    Two days ago, Bree’s sixteen-year-old sister, Alissa, ran away from home. It wasn’t the first time. But unlike before, this time there was no note, and Alissa hasn’t been heard from since. When a backpack appears on the front porch, Bree is confused to find Alissa’s belongings inside—including her wallet—as Alissa is still nowhere to be found. Then the text messages begin: I have your sister. Now I want your brother. As the messages increase in frequency and urgency, one thing becomes clea... more
  • Michelle's Captivity Omnibus Edition

    by William Rubin
    A gut-wrenching death in his arms. A buried body gone missing. Is it an astonishing impossibility or the most torturous of deceptions? Savagely attacked by Dr. Jean Louis Durand on her thirtieth birthday, Michelle Ravello narrowly survives. Months later, during an FBI raid gone terribly wrong, she is killed at the doctor’s secret compound in Westchester County, New York and laid to rest in a touching and tragic ceremony. Or is she? With never before seen material from Forbidden Birth, ... more
  • London Sunrise

    by Paul Foley
    DI John Morris is faced with the task of solving a number of crimes all of which take place in London around sunrise.
  • Forbidden Cure Omnibus Edition

    by William Rubin
    A debilitating disease. A tantalizing, yet dangerous, breakthrough cure. Will it be life and love or death and destruction? In the wake of his beloved wife’s death, Detective Chris Ravello’s life is in shambles. Overwhelmed by grief and dogged by an unrelenting, devastating disease, Chris abruptly resigns as the NYPD’s Chief of the Division of Medical Crimes. But his hopes for a healthier, less-troubled life are short-lived. A harrowing near-death experience forces Chris to submit to a... more
  • Forbidden Birth: A Chris Ravello Medical Thriller

    by William Rubin
    Doctor Christopher Ravello is driven by an unquenchable desire to avenge his mother's senseless murder. He forsakes a lucrative career in medicine, and plunges headlong into the brutal, unforgiving world of a New York City homicide detective. Head of the new Division of Medical Crimes, Ravello's first case pits him against a brilliant, sadistic serial killer. Known only as The Giver, he is hell bent on subjecting young women and their unborn babies to his illicit experiments. As the body count r... more
  • Forbidden Beginnings: Jacqueline's Tragedy: A Chris Ravello Medical Thriller

    by William Rubin
    A senseless assault. An agonizing, life-threatening decision. In the moment of truth, with countless lives at stake, how can justice hope to prevail? New York City trauma surgeon, Dr. Christopher Ravello, has it all. A breathtaking, vivacious wife. Lovely children. Life-saving work, and a beautiful home in one of the City's most coveted neighborhoods. But in an instant, Chris' world is shattered. The brutal and senseless assault of his mother, Jacqueline, leaves her barely alive. Consum... more
  • Treason on the Mississippi

    "Treason on the Mississippi" is the first in the Alphonso Clay Civil War Mystery Series. Jack Martin designs and constructs an intricate web of events extrapolated from in-depth research of Civil War memorabilia, journals, photos, and correspondence. Although this a fictional account of the months before and the time during the Battle of 'Vicksburg, the characters and information are very much real. The John Brown depicted is not the infamous Brown who ignited the War Against the States but a ... more
  • Warrior Girls The Beginning / ASIN: B07NSJHHZ5 / ASIN: B07P2FGTBJ

    by MT Bostick
    On Planet Kateri in the year 2317, two young women, Marceline and Kayla, are celebrating their early graduation from high school. This will be their last night on planet before they leave for the galactic military. They meet wo young men at the party. They force the two young women to an abandoned mine, for their own purposes. Marceline and Kayla break free and make their escape but tell no one. The young men are found murdered and Marceline and Kayla become the sheriff’s prime suspects. Law e... more
  • The Killing Girl

    by Summer Prescott

    ‘Til death do us part…

    Obsession can be a dangerous thing.

    Susannah dabbles in darkness, finding sadistic solace in the death of those who deserve it. But now she wants something more. Or, more to the point…someone.

    She’s on a manhunt. She will possess him, one way or another, whether in life, or death. She hasn’t made up her mind yet.

    He’s the only one who ever accepted her. Who even maybe loved her, in his own strange way. And th... more

  • Burton's Solo

    by Richard J. Cass
    When Dan Burton beats up Antoine Bousquet, the clothing designer suspect in the murder of two Chinese seamstresses, he jeopardizes his job as a homicide detective and his life. Bousquet is released without bail because of Burton’s mistake. When Bousquet turns up dead, beaten and tortured, Burton becomes the prime suspect. The department’s Internal Affairs inspectors, Bousquet’s live-in lover, several Russian gangsters, and the kingpin of the Boston underworld are all looking for Burton. But Elde... more
  • Solo ACT

    by Richard J. Cass

    An alcoholic walks into a bar . . . and buys it. In this amateur sleuth mystery, Elder Darrow uses the last of the money from the trust fund his mother left him to buy the Esposito, a bucket-of-blood bar in Boston, hoping to turn it into a jazz nightspot. Though he knows that working in a bar is going to test his sobriety, he's relying on the support of his ex-lover, a jazz singer named Alison Somers.

    The two of them split when Alison moved to New York to further her career but befo... more

  • In Solo Time

    by Richard J. Cass

    An alcoholic walks into a bar . . . and buys it. At the urging of his sometimes lover and sometimes drinking partner Jacquie Robillard, Elder Darrow uses the last of the money from the trust fund his mother left him to buy the Esposito, a bucket-of-blood bar in Boston that he plans to turn into a jazz nightclub. But before he can turn the place around, the body of Timmy McGuire, a jazz guitar player, shows up on the small stage at the Esposito, stabbed to death.

    Dan Burton, a Boston Hom... more