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  • LUNA

    by Frank Pickard
    An incredible story of mystery and raw emotion, murder and passion, all played out against the stunningly beautiful sights and sounds of Hawai’i. Brooklyn Bishop enjoys an idyllic life with a young Polynesian in a secluded plantation home nestled on the edge of a rainforest on Maui's north coast, but she’s compelled to risk everything to find and destroy four men who committed a horrible crime. Along her dangerous and clandestine journey, an ambitious, overzealous crime novelist named Parker Liv... more

    by Owen Parr
    FICTION OR NON FICTION? Based on true events. This fictional novel will leave you wondering. DUE DILIGENCE is a fast paced romantic thriller. It will take you on a journey full of intrigue, double crosses, corporate takeovers, money laundering, assassinations and a sinful love affair. Let your imagination wander as you witness the Cuban government's attempt to launder their illicit gains of over forty years utilizing our own Wall Street. Owen has written a unique fictional novel, incorporating h... more
  • Service before Self

    by Tegon Maus
    A recent transplant to Southern California, Toby Grant has landed his dream job. He’s a service tech for Handy Dandy Services—the premier handyman service in the southland. Things don’t go well for Toby on the first day when he is teamed up with Ryan Burnell, a twenty year veteran of Handy Dandy. Toby quickly learns the hardships of being Ryan’s partner, and finds himself in one uncomfortable situation after another. In an effort to understand his new partner, Toby accidentally uncovers Ryan’... more
  • Long Hill Home

    by Kathryn Pincus
    Kelly Malloy is a wife, a mother and a successful lawyer whose world is shattered when she is brutally attacked while running along the banks of the Brandywine River. Chad McCloskey, a lonely teenage boy from a dysfunctional home, stumbles upon Kelly Malloy’s unconscious body immediately after the assault. He is falsely accused and imprisoned with dangerous felons, only because he tries to help her. Maria Hernandez, a young woman who emigrated illegally from Mexico, is reluctantly thrust into... more
  • Dirt Nap Rhapsody

    by Jules Cassard
    All Tag wants to know is whether or not his beloved wife Lori is a deranged killer - is that too much to ask? Tag and Lori are the couple on the top of the wedding cake. Everything about their relationship is perfect and they're both deliriously happy -- except for one tiny little, earth-shattering problem. Her name is Marcie and despite the fact that Tag likes to think of himself as a pretty decent guy, he just can't shake his desire to do some... well, some not so decent things with her.... more
  • Deep Stealth

    by T.J. McCandless

    A young woman is carjacked in a downtown Portland parking lot. The thief bashes her on the head, hard enough to put her in a coma for a month. And hard enough to disconnect most of her memories, leaving only vague impressions. The doctors say her memory loss is probably temporary. In which case, she has nothing to worry about.

    Nothing, that is, except a serial killer, a religious fanatic who mutilates his victims. When she learns why he’s hunting her, it leads to a startling revel... more

  • House of Harwood: A Novella

    by Olivia Batker Pritzker
    On the fourth Thursday of November, without fail, families across the United States gather for Thanksgiving. Attendance is mandatory, whether or not you want to be there.

    Thanksgiving at the Harwood residence looks like a happy affair, all overseen by the sharp eyes of Granny Harwood. To an outsider, the wealthy Harwood family is a tight-knit group with few disputes and a strong commitment to family. Nothing could spoil this special time.

    Nothing, that is, except for Uncle Victor dro... more

  • The Wheels of Change

    by Sandy Appleyard
    Simon Cross is a high profile ad exec and a womanizer. He’s a man both males and females alike love to hate. Trouble arises when he gets involved with the wrong woman, and finds himself behind the wheel of a car without brakes. Suddenly wheelchair-bound, Simon is forced to re-evaluate his life. With his mother’s drug problem, his reputation as a gigolo and his wealth, Simon finds the world looking down on him despite his disability. In time he learns, through the eyes of his caregiver,... more
  • Final Hearing

    by Oscar Sanders
    What would you do if the older brother that you looked up to was set up, indicted, and convicted for a crime he didn't commit? In a fit of anger, you too became a convicted felon. Vincent Cochran, the current Bronx city councilman twice suspected in the deaths of a much loved political couple. His younger brother Reggie, a novice to politics but understandably loyal and revengeful towards anyone out to malign Vincent. Together they are the defendants in two legal dramas that were dubbed "The Bri... more
  • Lay Death at Her Door

    by Elizabeth Buhmann
    Twenty years ago, Kate Cranbrook’s eyewitness testimony sent the wrong man to prison for rape and murder. When new evidence exonerates him, Kate says that in the darkness and confusion, she must have mistaken her attacker’s identity. She is lying. Kate would like nothing better than to turn her back on the past, but she is trapped in a stand-off with the real killer. When a body turns up on her doorstep, she resorts to desperate measures to free herself once and for all from a secret that is... more
  • The Source: The Matt Edwards Series

    by S.K. Burki
    THE SOURCE is an espionage thriller involving the career of a CIA case officer (Matt Edwards) in Pakistan who has a mysterious Al Qaeda asset providing selective operational details for generous remuneration. By 2000, the CIA realized that penetration of Al Qaeda's inner circle in Pakistan was practically impossible given the highly compartmentalized and paranoid nature of its leadership. Then, on an early March evening, a man in Pashtun attire on a motorcycle tossed a large manila envelope ... more
  • The Manhattan Raid

    by S.K. Burki
    THE MANHATTAN RAID (Book Two of the Matt Edwards Series) involves the hunt for Osama bin Laden, Ayman al-Zawahiri and Mullah Omar in the wake of 9/11. Edwards, the CIA Case Officer who had a mysterious source in Al Qaeda (THE SOURCE, Book One) in Pakistan volunteers to head to Afghanistan as a NOC (non-official cover) in pursuit of the most wanted fugitives. This story highlights the dangers inherent in the espionage business: betrayal, greed, paranoia, lies, and violence.
  • To Catch A Creeper

    by Ellie Campbell
    Cathy is riding high in her brand-new job at a (surprisingly bitchy) top London advertising agency working with best friend Rosa. But when Rosa’s pregnancy goes amiss and enemies sabotage her new career, she finds herself leading a chaotic double life of lies and deception, hiding a shameful secret from all, especially husband Declan who appears in the throes of a nervous breakdown. Meanwhile she’s agreed to unmask the notorious Crouch End Creeper, a burglar terrorizing their neighbourhood. Litt... more
  • Blind Trust

    by John Nuckel
    After a long time federal agent dies his friend discovers a blind trust he left behind. The origins of the trust go back many years and its discovery leads to the unraveling of a forty year old murder mystery. Former SEC agent, Ben Hirsh is hired to uncover the truth no matter who gets hurt in the process. He finds that there is no honor among thieves, but there is among those who hunt them.
  • Big Thunder-Hearted River/978-0989699501/B00JQOFBBO

    by Gary Alan
    As a raft guide, Eddy Arway is living his dream, leading tourists safely down North Carolina’s untamed Thunder River every summer. But Eddy’s whole life is about to change, when he starts to hear the eerie, anguished voice of a long-dead Cherokee woman. Is she real or is Eddy going crazy? What does it all mean? With the help of Rainy Jackson, a gutsy--and beautiful--young trainee, Eddy tries to uncover one of the river’s oldest secrets, but will he die trying? Whitewater, legend, and love collid... more
  • Concealed: The Book of Joshua

    by Fritz Nordengren
    In a quintessential small Midwestern town, Professor Joshua Stone is a popular, outgoing, and quirky professor at Grant’s Hill College. He lives alone with his dog, rides a bicycle everywhere, and has memorized the high school mascot names of his students. He’s a 3-on-3-basketball player and fan who’s insular life centers around his teaching. Joshua confronts his demons while recovering from an unprovoked near-death attack. His search for an elusive witness challenges his instinctive moral and ... more