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  • The Girl in the Mirror: A Sarah Greene Supernatural Mystery (Sarah Greene Mysteries Book 1)

    by Steven Ramirez

    While renovating an old house with her ex-husband, Sarah Greene finds a mirror that holds the spirit of a dead girl. As she learns more about the people who built Casa Abrigo—and about their demon-worshiping son—Sarah comes to believe the girl did not die a natural death, and she sets out to discover the truth. But prying into someone’s sketchy past can be risky, especially when it awakens dangerous dark forces.

  • The Bull Option: A Wall Street Novel

    by Sameer Garach

    He had nothing to lose and everything to gain.

    When Kannada Khan, an investment banker turned homeless man, saves the life of Robert Prosperi, a struggling hedgie, he is repaid with a unique yet risky job offer that could change his fortune forever.

    With plans for a theft on Wall Street, Robert aims to undermine his rival, the head of the New York Stock Exchange, and Kannada seeks to return to a life of normalcy. They recruit a motley crew from Main Street--a bart... more

  • Castle Keep

    by Bill Gourgey

    When his parents become victims of America’s foreign wars, a talented teen musician abandons his Midwestern city for Washington, DC where he discovers a scandal that implicates the Oval Office.

    A teen musician who’s lost everything. A ruthless billionaire who blackmails politicians. A showdown aimed at the Oval Office.

    Sixteen-year-old Moe lives for j... more

  • The Broadcast: A Mystery Thriller

    by Liam Fialkov
    Twenty-two years after her newborn baby was seized from her, Sarah follows a popular television series titled The Broadcast. She senses that, in some mysterious way, the show corresponds with her life’s story. The Broadcast airs actual footage of recent unsolved crimes and historical events going back two thousand years. The recordings are impossible … yet they seem genuine. The show’s producer refuses to reveal the mysterious source of the astonishing footage. A well-known journalist i... more
  • Killer With Black Blood

    by J L Hill
    The story starts in 1986, two years after Maria’s kidnapping. Nicky is the head of his family. He is taking Sal to see the mausoleum he built for their mother and father. Sal is living in a mental ward after he smothered his parents. Nicky believes someone got to Sal and made him do it. At the grave site Sal is shot and falls to his knees. Nicky thinks he is crying but then sees the blood. Then Nicky is shot. Pauley and Vinny rush Nicky to the hospital, Sal is already dead. Lana gets a call fro... more
  • Killer with Three Heads

    by J L Hill
    Killer With Three Heads is the second book in the Killer series. Bulletproof Morris ‘Mojo’ Johnson returns to New York as John Morrison after a 10 years’ absence to find the people responsible for kidnapping his daughter, Maria. He had been recruited by the NSA to train commandoes to fight the War on Drugs in Colombia. Will what he’d been doing in the past decade cost the life of his little girl? The Rocci Family is the most powerful Mafia family in New York and Nicky ‘Nails’ is about to repla... more
  • Killer with a Heart

    by J L Hill
    June 1971, Morris is walking back to the Raven Social Club. He has giving himself another alias, “Bulletproof”, because he survived an attempted mafia execution, a shootout in a bulletproof limousine. His reflections lead back to Nicky, his friend and self-appointed leader of the gang. Nicky “Nails”, claims he can chew nails and spit bullets, is an up-and-coming Mafioso. He plans to rob the money drop of a rival mob family. The “Deliman” leaves his teenage daughter, Elizabeth, in the delicates... more
  • Division

    by Jim Mosquera
    Chandler Scott returns in book 3 of the series, Division. He teams up with an unexpected foe to right the listing ship known as the United States of America. The sinister revelation in his documentary unleashed a torrent of both anger and support for the president. America is a country tearing at the seams. Spending time with his love and hoping to be just a spectator in a convention deciding the future of the republic, Chandler is thrust into plots threatening to undermine the Executive b... more
  • Rebellium

    by Jim Mosquera
    In a fast paced thriller, Chandler Scott continues his quest for the dream story. What will it cost him? His career, his love, his life? Continuing his dangerous investigations, he discovers plots more sinister than even he could ever imagine. As he plunges into the world of secessionists and government run wild, he soon realizes that his life hangs in the balance. He must decide whom he can trust—his documentary partner with a dark past or the people he has only just met with agendas of th... more
  • 2020

    by Jim Mosquera
    Chandler Scott, a rising TV journalist, tries to connect the dots in a country mired in another financial crisis. Cyber terrorists add to the flames of fear. The public yearns for help from its leaders who respond in ways previously unimagined. Politics and economics will collide during the Presidential election of 2020. Chandler uncovers the seeds of the next crisis, a crisis that would shape the future of the United States of America and the world. 2020, the first book in the Chandler ... more
  • The Saint of Baghdad

    by Michael Woodman
    CJ BRINK is an unlikely vigilante. Outwardly, he’s a broken hero, haunted by macabre visions. But as the sole-survivor of a brutal terrorist hostage-taking, he’s verified as unbreakable and driven by promises to the dead and by troubling questions. Like who set them up and why? There are plenty of candidates—corrupt politicians, double-dealing spies, even the shady guns-for-hire outfit he used to work for. CJ wants answers, but all he gets is trouble. That’s not so bad. He’s a special forc... more
  • Simone LaFray and the Chocolatiers' Ball

    by Steve O'Farrell
    \tSimone LaFray had never questioned one thing - the character of her father. A fourth generation chocolatier and proprietor of a world famous patisserie, in her eyes he could do no wrong. However, her eyes were trained to see everything that was wrong. A covert agent with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, this extraordinary 12-year-old was living a double life, walking in the veiled footprints of her mother, icing eclairs, dusting pastries, and darting between the shadows. What could be swee... more
  • Cut Reality

    by Zack Hacker
    While filming a reality TV competition, a cast member flung himself from a cliff. Unless he didn’t. Members of the cast and crew have their own interpretations of the event, each fueled by grief and suspicion. Ultimately, fellow contestant Jason Debord has to investigate and decide: are the conspiracy theories he develops too coincidental to be believed, or so shocking because they’re his new reality?
  • New York Fried

    by Robert J. Morrow
    What happens when North Korea decides to invade America? Foreign delegates descend upon a small town in upstate New York to view the "next big thing". It allows nationwide access to the internet without cable, phone lines, or wireless towers. And it's virtually free! Some seek to license it. Others want to steal it. But the Koreans have a much bolder plan. A former CIA staffer turned chef is unwittingly charged with preventing America's first nationwide blackout and subsequent invasion. And ... more
  • Death By Accordion

    by Cheryl Miller Thurston
    If you like mysteries that make you smile, you'll love this quirky new heroine whose beloved accordion is used as a murder weapon, but not by her! Ella Polansky is as hip as a kindergarten teacher can be. No apple or alphabet sweaters for her. Ever. And when she plays a gig with her accordion, she sometimes steps to the microphone in red boots and tight jeans to add some percussive beatboxing. But Ella loses her cool when someone pushes her beloved accordion off a balcony and kills the un... more
  • Rescued By A Kiss (The New Orleans Go Cup Chronicles Book 1)

    by Colleen Mooney

    It Was A Kiss To Kill For

    Brandy Alexander’s the real deal. Yes, that’s her real name and no, she’s a stripper, but her best friend Julia is. Brandy still lives with her parents in the Irish Channel and she’s sort of semi kind of engaged to the boy next door, who’s one of New Orleans’ finest. In fact, Dante, the BF, is such a thoroughgoing New Orleanian he always manages Mardi Gras parade duty on his own block. So you'd think Bran... more

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