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  • An Ocean Life

    by T.R. Cotwell
    Following years of grappling with financial challenges, Mark at last secures the vital funding required to sustain his ailing company. Filled with a profound sense of relief and newfound optimism, Mark decides to celebrate by treating his family to a long-awaited vacation—a chance to temporarily escape the pressures that have weighed heavily on them for so long. He also yearns to reignite the spark in his marriage. However, their peaceful retreat is abruptly shattered when fate intervenes, thru... more
  • Thorn City

    by Pamela Statz
    Dressed to kill and ready to make rent, best friends Lisa and Jamie work as “paid to party” girls at the Rose City Ripe for Disruption gala, a gathering of Portland's elite. Their evening is derailed when Lisa stumbles across Ellen, a ruthless politician and Lisa’s estranged mother. And to make matters worse, Lisa’s boyfriend, Patrick, crashes the party to meet his new boss, Portland's food cart drug kingpin. Lisa makes a fateful choice that traps her, Jamie, and Patrick in Ellen’s web. In this ... more
  • Black Butterfly: Spy Agents, Book One

    by Katie L. Carroll
    Is she the hero or the villain? Black Butterfly wakes to a country devastated by terrorist attacks, supposedly at the hands of the Chinese government. She remembers nothing of her personal life-not even her name. All she knows is that she was in New York City on the day of the attacks. Though, she soon discovers she has an unsettling repertoire of violent talents. Elijah and his found family of off-gridders from upstate New York take in Black Butterfly and mend her wounds. With nowhere els... more
  • The Goatman

    by Wallace Martin
    Dr. Wallace Martin’s debut mystery, The Goatman, is a twisted coming-of-age tale set in post-WWII North Georgia. Mysteries, murders, and death link teenager Zeb Barton with a number of characters, including his irascible surgeon father and Thelka, the gun-toting maid who mentors Zeb through progressively dangerous times. From the damages of WWII combat to being haunted by dead husbands to the contradictions of being human, every character is contending with their personal demons. While navigatin... more

    by Kip Cassino
    To the reader of this letter: I write to volunteer for any assignment your organization needs done. These words begin one man’s effort to stop a catastrophe planned to kill thousands. A horrifying plot begins in central Asia, moves quickly to Cyprus, then on to Colombia. Finally, the beaches of Cancun and Miami fall under its terrible shadow. In the meantime, budget cuts and burgeoning world hot spots force the CIA to make an unprecedented decision: requests from older volun... more
  • The Narrow Man

    by Kip Cassino
    It’s 1986, a decade after the anguish of Vietnam. Karl Thibault is a war hero. He’s also a psychopath, sealed in an asylum after the brutal murder of his wife’s lover. Karl escapes. He hunts the lovers his beautiful, unattainable Marianne has had since his imprisonment. The way lures them to their deaths, the way he slays them are all products of South Vietnam’s madness. A smart young cop and a dedicated F.B.I. agent stalk Karl on his murderous quest. He’s trying to find money to escape with ... more
  • The Girl No One Loved

    by S.C. Shannon
    All she wanted was revenge—until she got it.   After a string of heartbreaks, Savannah abandons her old life for a fresh start—new name, new town; she’s an entirely new person. Swearing everything would be different this time, Savannah watches her drinking, seeks therapy, and works on herself. But when her dreams of a “perfect” new life don’t come to fruition, she started falling back into the old, destructive behaviors. As she begins to spiral, a mysterious book wrapped in brown paper arrives... more
  • The Luckiest Man Alive

    by Iain Ronayne

    One man's catastrophic downfall marks the beginning of a relentless quest for truth that could alter the fate of nations.When Mike Anderson is humiliatingly removed from an international flight, little does he know that this stroke of apparent misfortune saves him from an imminent disaster.

  • Overmatched

    by Paul Chandler
    Waylen Adler, an agent of a shadowy government agency called the SPG (Special Operation Group), has become aware of an expert hack executed against a Chinese spy satellite. Lacking anyone with that ability at his agency, Adler is determined to recruit the hacker to work for him. Despite his best efforts, all he's been able to learn so far is the hacker's first name, Molly. Adler's intel leads him to a close associate, Riley Callen. He wants Riley’s help to expedite contact with Molly, something ... more
  • Trail of Obsession

    by Valerie Brandy
    Zoe doesn’t trust men easily. So when she heads to the remote backwoods of Yosemite on a horse tour with her new boyfriend— Mike— it’s a major step in their relationship. But when a stalker with a connection to Mike’s past follows them through the wilderness, killing members of their party, the trip suddenly becomes a game of survival. As new information about Mike’s past is revealed, Zoe begins to wonder if she can really trust the man she dared to brave the wild with. Just when Zoe is ready... more
  • Stranger Danger

    by Donna Huston Murray
    Longing for the closeness they had while she was recovering from Hodgkin’s disease, ex-cop Lauren Beck drives cross-country to visit him and his new wife, Ana. Getting mugged on their doorstep is worrisome. Learning that Ana has disappeared—devastating! Several young girls have also gone missing, prompting the haunting memory of an abducted child Lauren was too late to save. For her father’s sake—and her own—the young ex-cop would love to help any way she can. Yet she has scarcely begun befo... more
  • Ybor City Blues

    Cornelia Pettijohn boarded the train, but so did three gangsters. Instead of a quiet trip back to Colorado, Cornelia is kidnapped at gunpoint and pressured into solving the murder of a beautiful young blues singer. No matter how carefully Cornelia explains that she is not a detective, her reputation for solving crimes has convinced the gangsters she can get pal, Chago, out of a jam.
  • Let Me See Them

    by R.A. Valletta
    A horrific double murder at a luxury seaside estate leads San Diego homicide detectives Kate Delgado and Jack Langton on a cat-and-mouse chase to find the killer. Multiple suspects emerge, but solid alibis, dual identities, and inconsistent DNA evidence challenge the detectives throughout their investigation. As dark secrets from the detectives' pasts come to light and they close in on the killer, might their own lives now be in jeopardy?
  • Debunked

    by Beth Perry
    TV Executive Craig Herbert is confronted by a menacing agent that works in the shadows, one that has used the popular "Debunker's Challenge" reality television series to carry out an agenda of evil.
  • Imprinted

    by Elizabeth Charles

    A home invasion at Tessa Schroeder's 18th birthday party ends in the tragic accidental death of her boyfriend, Chris. Her OCD intensifies and she enters therapy for PTSD.

    Dealing with intense grief and issues with her narcissistic mother, Tessa is vulnerable to the advances of her parents' college friend, David. She can't help but be drawn in by his humor and kindness so much like Chris's. They begin a rocky relationship.

    When Tessa eventually uncovers the unimagin... more

  • Two Dead Billionaires

    by Luke Patrick Sheldon
    Det. Hekla Fritzdóttir is investigating the case of her life: the gruesome murder of an American billionaire in Iceland’s most luxurious hotel. But the young detective’s work leads her to places that powerful forces inside and outside her department don’t want her to go—and to a dangerous conspiracy that threatens her life. As the pressure mounts, she realizes that one of the few people she can trust is the prime suspect’s ex-boyfriend, a washed-up, suicidal former FBI whistleblower who do... more