Find out the latest indie author news. For FREE.


  • The Bluffington Four

    by R E Swirsky
    An intriguing tale follows Francine Esterro as she is suddenly confronted with events from her past. It was decades ago that she and three other art students stumbled cross a device in an attic sending them all fatefully back in time. The memories are painful as she is forced to relive the tragedies that occurred as they struggled to find their way home. Her only true love was lost in tragedy.
  • Extreme Malice

    by ray swirsky
    She was found with a guitar string still wrapped tightly around her soft neck. Eighteen year old Josh Anderson, the college boy from next door, is charged with her murder. It was his guitar string around her neck. His footprints are found inside her house. Her earring found under his bed. Donna Gardner's husband Jack was hundreds of miles away on business. Was it the perfect murder?
  • Wish Me From the Water

    by R E Swirsky

    A young boy commits suicide. The town folk believe it was another result of bullying but two brothers discover the truth and decide to take matters into their own hands.

    (Warning: This novel contains material about sexual abuse of children and domestic physical abuse. Although there is no graphic content some may still find the content disturbing).

  • The President's Ultimatum

    by john cavi
    When GERALD W. BURKE, the president of the United States, gives the leaders of Israel and Palestine an ultimatum to settle the conflict on his terms—or else, he triggers a chain reaction that threatens his presidency and his life. Opposition to his Israeli policy is voiced by Congress, ALPAC—the powerful Israeli lobby, and al-Qaeda and the Israeli Conservative Alliance who conspire to scuttle the agreement by any conceivable means, including assassination. At the center of the action is ARI BUG... more
  • The Proffer-LetMe Count The Ways

    by john cavi
    John Giordano, the former associate US attorney who successfully prosecuted the five NY crime families—known as the Commission Case— in the trial of the century, is selected by the president to run as the law and order candidate for the NY Senate. Giordano’s life gets complicated when he receives a visit from his former lover, Paula Fasano—the grand daughter of a Mafia Don—with whom he had a secret love affair thirty-five years ago. Accused of first-degree murder of her husband, Paula asks Jo... more
  • Deep Cover: The Copper Scroll

    by Richard Fliegel
    Deep Cover: the Copper Scroll is a spy thriller set in Israel and Iran. An American writer named Jason Goldfarb and his Palestinian bride Safiya are sent to Tehran by the Mossad to help an Iranian nuclear engineer defect. Their cover story is research for a new book about the Persian ruler Cyrus the Great -- while Jason keeps a deep cover story in reserve. The novel opens on the floor of an interrogation cell where Captain Afshin Zamaani of the Revolutionary Guard is determined to learn the tr... more
  • The Katrina Contract

    by Larry Nocella
    Kept secret from the American public, after the inept response of public emergency agencies to Hurricane Katrina in 2005, military contractor companies began quietly offering private emergency services. At a price only the wealthy can afford, these contracts function as a world-wide 9-1-1, offering personal rapid-response extraction from anywhere at any time in any situation. The Sunset Mist luxury liner has been overrun by terrorists off the coast of Florida. On board is billionaire Danfort... more
  • KHAKI=KILLER, ISBN 9780982444825

    by Connie (Corcoran) Wilson, M.S.
    KHAKI=KILLER, 3rd novel in THE COLOR OF EVIL series, follows young Tad McGreevy and friends at Cedar Falls' Sky High Lab School through the 2nd semester of their senior year. Recently named a "Page Turner" by Shelf Unbound magazine and NABE Pinnacle Thriller winner, the series details the adventures of the young man (Tad McGreevy) with the power to detect auras around others (Tetrachromatic Super Vision) and to relive the crimes of those with "the color of evil" in his dreams. Khaki=Killer. B... more
  • The Hard-Boiled Detective 1

    by Ben Solomon
    For the first time, the original 11 yarns from Solomon's ongoing, throw-back crime series are available in one volume. His nameless detective faces murderers, blackmailers, adulterers and racketeers—and that's only the first story in this collection. Ten more tales cover a never-ending parade of lowlifes, misfits and suckers, all narrated by the hard-luck gumshoe in his statements to the cops. If you're a fan of "Black Mask," Chandler and Hammett, you'll get a bang out of Solomon's take on old-s... more
  • The Big Disrupter

    by Paul Markun
    Idealistic entrepreneur Lionel Lane is struggling with his San Francisco-based company Double Vision Beverages. His only hope is winning the biggest social entrepreneur award ever, the one billion dollar Big Disrupter. Desperate, he partners with his brilliant ex-girlfriend Maxine Gold. Lionel and Maxine expand Double Vision into energy drinks in the mountains of Telluride, Colorado, with the help of a talented 21-year-old extreme skier, Reddi Christiansen. One by one the leading competi... more
  • Aloha Kahuna Soul

    by Rick Pruett
    Haunted by a chance meeting with a Kahuna, Alika Kealoha realizes the Hawaiian priest is a connection to the seafaring warriors of his ancestral past and the key to solving the mystery of his father’s disappearance. His investigation uncovers a secret, protected for hundreds of years by a Royal bloodline. Now pursued by murderous thugs, the tropical paradise he loves has turned into a nightmarish maze of betrayal and deceit. Alika finds solace and protection in a crew of locals, whose Mana leads... more
  • Why?: A Courtroom Drama of Self-Discovery

    by R. H. King, Jr.
    Dartmouth professor Dan Jackson did not want to murder his students. Yet, when he finds two pistols perched on top of the mid-term exams in his briefcase, he cannot resist the impulse to pull out the guns and start shooting. Now Dan struggles to find the answer to the question that haunts him: why did he kill fifteen of his students? \tDan’s search for the answer must be pursued through his defense to the criminal charges and possible death penalty. However, his grizzled, pony-tailed lawyer ... more
  • The Do-Nothing

    by Brannon Perkison
    Wounded, scared, and lost in the backwoods of East Texas, seventeen-year-old John Sharpe thinks he's a killer. If he's not careful, he might just prove himself right.
  • Found, Near Water

    by Katherine Hayton

    Rena Sutherland wakes from a coma into a mother’s nightmare. Her daughter’s is missing – lost for four days – but no one has noticed; no one has complained; no one has been searching.

    As the victim support officer assigned to her case, Christine Emmett puts aside her own problems as she tries to guide Rena through the maelstrom of her daughter’s disappearance.

    A task made harder by an ex-husband desperate for control; a paedophile on early-r... more

  • The Devil Walks Beside Her

    by Gus Leodas
    Deanna Layne, a Suffolk County legislator pregnant with twins, flees to Fire Island terrified of being murdered before becoming a mother. She needs to survive a killer in an environment sated with unusual alliances, lethal relationships, and solutions.
  • Discernment

    by Lacy Sereduk
    Johanna Parks is a 30-something, life-time sufferer or night terrors. This psychological thriller details a period in her life in which she attempts to hold on to 'real life' as the episodes of her disorder become increasingly terrifying, dangerous, and involved. Desperately trying to find answers to her life-long questions of what they are and why they happen, she develops a relationship with another sufferer, a 'normal' guy to date, and different mental health counselors.