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  • Death at Crooked Creek

    by Mary Ann Cherry

    Jessie O’Bourne comes to Montana as the guest artist of an annual show. A massive tractor draped with the advertising banner seems a fun way to promote the art show—except for the bullet holes in the back window. It had been the site of the tragic shooting death of a local teen.
    After Jessie's irascible tomcat, Jack, discovers a dead man in Jessie’s motorhome - a man connected to the shooting, she not only becomes a murder suspect, but begins receiving threatening n... more

  • The Last Crooked Paths

    by Dale T. Phillips
    Here are five more tales of crime and mystery, telling of those who walk crooked paths and pay the price for it. Here are crooks and cops, killers and victims, and those who walk the line between good and evil. Take a few short trips down the darker side of life, where crime can be a casual or planned event. This set of stories shows people on the run, and police and ordinary citizens solving crimes. Sometimes the perpetrator gets away, but so often people pay for their deeds.
  • More Crooked Paths

    by Dale T. Phillips
    More tales of crime and mystery, those who walk crooked paths and pay the price for it. People on the spot, when things have taken a bad turn. A young woman facing a deadly challenge. A man who walks into the wrong bar with the wrong attitude. A boxer who refuses to quit. An officer of the court with a grudge. A rich man who finds his motives questioned by the police. These are the stories of the darker side of life, when people decide to harm others.
  • Crooked Paths

    by Dale T. Phillips
    Five stories of crime and mystery, people who walk crooked paths and pay the price for it. Stories of criminals and heroes, killers (accidental and deliberate), rumrunners, safecrackers, people framed for horrible deeds. This set of tales tends toward the noir school of crime and mystery, highlighting the dark spot on the human psyche that haunts people with the siren call of revenge, destruction, or ill-gotten gain. Here are featured a variety of characters and crimes, with different outcomes. ... more
  • Killer Cruise

    by Dawn Brookes
    This third book in the Rachel Prince mystery series set on a fictional cruise ship. Theme: murder mystery involving a Queen tribute act, hence the title. Main characters: Rachel Prince (young protagonist in late twenties, police constable in her day job in England). Lady Marjorie Snellthorpe (eighty-six year old titled lady, whom Rachel met on her first cruise in the first book). Sarah (Rachel's best friend and cruise ship nurse). Jack Waverley (Chief of security on board ship). Domini... more
  • The Desire Card

    by Lee Matthew Goldberg
    Any wish fulfilled for the right price. That's the promise the organization behind The Desire Card gives to its elite clients - but sometimes the price may be more menacing than anyone could ever imagine. Harrison Stockton has lived an adult life of privilege and excess: a high-powered job on Wall Street fuels his fondness for alcohol and pills at the expense of a family he has no time for. Quite suddenly all of this comes crashing to a halt when he loses his job and at the same time discovers h... more
  • A Sharp Medicine

    by Dale T. Phillips
    Zack Taylor's life is once again in shambles. Having narrowly escaped death, guilty over the pain he's caused a loved one, he's hurting and angry. When looking into the disappearance of a reporter, Zack's death wish may be his cure for his troubles as he uncovers corruption and evil in a world of politics, passion, and power.
  • A Certain Slant of Light: A Zack Taylor Mystery

    by Dale T. Phillips
    Trapped by a final promise to a dying woman, a reluctant Zack Taylor seeks her missing grandson, a slippery con man of the art world. Zack discovers the corruption beneath the glossy exteriors, confronting murder, greed, fraud, and a host of crimes that belie the beauty of the art in which the people deal.
  • A Shadow on the Wall

    by Dale T. Phillips
    Zack Taylor's new life is crumbling. His fledgling business is in jeopardy, he's been dumped by his lady love, and a murderous gang leader is bent on revenge. A shattered Zack is enticed onto a movie shoot to provide martial arts expertise and security, when a sudden murder raises the stakes. Zack must deal with his own demons, as well as a host of shadowy tricksters with secrets to hide. Death is at hand, and Zack must figure out who to trust in a world of illusion built on money and power.
  • Ghosters

    by Ella James
    One day, Theresa’s mom dies. The next, money problems force her family out of their home. Life has definitely taken a downward turn for the twelve-year-old. But then she meets Kerry, and their friendship quickly grows. Although obsessed with the paranormal, Kerry has never seen a real ghost. But when she hears how the powdered sugar Theresa had been combing the kitchen to find just magically flopped out of the cupboard she’d already looked in three times, she proposes they solve both th... more
  • Details of Deception

    by Jazzlen Breeze
    In 1993 Reggie Bailer was the hottest songwriter/producer in the game, and was for several years. He enjoyed all the spoils that his musical talent had bestowed upon him, a penthouse on Manhattan's Upper East Side, a seven figure bank account, a music publishing catalogue that generated thousands while he slept, and a beautiful wife named Georgette, whom he shared it all with. In the Summer of 93, a "Who's who" of the "Music Industry" were invited to a "Surprise Birthday Party" for Georgette, bu... more
  • Unit 400: The Assassins

    by T.L. Williams
    Logan Alexander is at a crossroads. Forced out of the SEALS because of a wartime injury, he and a team of fellow Special Force operators have successfully taken out an Iranian terrorist training camp off the coast of Iran. But now, Unit 400, a group of Iranian assassins working for the Qods Force is seeking revenge. They are on the move, in Europe, South America and in the U.S. It will take all of Logan's wits and skill to triumph over the deadly killers.
  • Zero Day: China's Cyber Wars

    by T.L. Williams
    CIA officer, Logan Alexander, is working in Hong Kong when he is tasked to meet with a Chinese volunteer with critical intelligence about Chinese cyberattacks against the U.S. The clock is racing as China is determined to mount a Zero Day attack against the U.S. financial sector. Espionage, cyberwarfare, betrayal, and a race to thwart the Chinese attack make Zero Day an exciting an relevant read.
  • Geronimo's Gold

    by Ted Richardson
    The Matt Hawkins' series revolves around a recurring theme--an inexplicable historical artifact whose discovery results in unforeseen and explosive present-day consequences. In contrast to other books of this genre which often feature outlandish cabals and extremely unlikely historical departures, Richardson's books spin plausible tales, both in the historic past and with respect to present-day political and financial maneuvering. Readers are reintroduced to famous historical figures like George... more