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  • Stolen Life

    by Chris Norris
    Linda Greef is the girl that had her life stolen. A beautiful young student who’s kindness lands her in a dark world where she would experience the harsh realities of the sex industry. In Stolen Life, author Chris Norris writes a spine chilling story based on the life experiences of Andre and Hannes, two young soldiers of fortune. Lindi Goosen and Melinda Pienaar are two detectives in the South African Police force that heads a Unit to solve and stop the hideous crime of human trafficking in the... more
  • The Lone Hunter

    by Anton Booysen
    In The Lone Hunter, author Chris Norris writes a heart-pounding story based on the experiences of Leon, a young Special Forces sniper placed in the Behavioral Analysis Unit (BAU) to learn from the best how to profile and apprehend serial killers. While working on a case, he loses his girlfriend. He vows to find and bring the perpetrators to justice for this crime. Africa would challenge Leon’s moral compass and after four long years in the desert, Leon is again faced with a choice between love... more
  • Twilight Images

    by Ethel Lewis

    Twilight Images - A Haunting Journey of Suspense

    The death of Thad Connors parents ten years ago was ruled Murder/Suicide. The case had been investigated, the crime scene searched in great detail. All findings complete. Case closed!

    Bt Thad had his doubts.

    They had to be wrong. There had to be more.

    He knew he couldn't let it go.

    For the past ten years he had been pla... more


    by John L. Evans
    From the sordid underbelly of L.A.'s Westlake District, with its roach and rat infested tenements to the glittering splendor of Hollywood's Sunset Strip---an invisible serial killer's crimes spread like cancerous tentacles across the city. Submerged in the City of Angels' sleazy underworld of sex, drugs and prostitution, two LAPD homicide detectives are thrown into a baffling case where seven gay men are brutally murdered by an unseen, phantom-like killer. No clues. No witnesses. No suspects... more
  • Life First

    by RJ Crayton
    ~BRAG Medallion honoree ~An Awesome Indies Approved book ~Best Speculative Fiction Nominee for Readers’ Choice Award Strong-willed Kelsey Reed must escape tonight or tomorrow her government will take her kidney and give it to someone else. In this future forged by survivors of pandemics that wiped out 80 percent of the world’s population, life is valued above all else. The mentally ill are sterilized, abortions are illegal and those who refuse to donate an organ when told are senten... more
  • Digital Wilderness

    by F.L. Ciano
    Edward Phillips is a brilliant software developer who is recruited by a professor to work for an advanced technology company, Virton Technologies. When one day he unknowingly stumbles upon Virton’s dangerous intentions for the technology Edward and the other employees are building, Edward decides to make his escape from Virton—but not without some unexpected help .
  • Havoc (The Blackwell Files Book 4)

    by Steven F. Freeman
    Vacationing FBI agent Mallory Wilson and boyfriend Alton Blackwell summon all their investigatory skills to stay one step ahead of the murderer of a turncoat scientist, racing to discover stolen, proprietary technology before the murderer’s end game can be set in motion.
  • Concerning Georgia Stekker

    by Evelyn Marshall
    This is a cautionary tale about a woman driven to swindle fortune hunters. It is a 1950's novel. Georgia Stekker is a beautiful, finely tuned college student with great academic promise. She lives with womanizing Larry Fuchs for three years while he attends law school. At his graduation exercises, he abruptly discards her to join hands with a woman unknown to her whose father heads a prestigious real estate law firm. Georgia suffers a nervous breakdown. She recovers but has lost her will. Sh... more
  • Nike's Wings

    by Valerie Douglas
    Kidnapped as a teenager and with her skills at parkour and freerunning, for the top secret group within the CIA Nike Tallent was the perfect candidate to be trained as the assassin's assassin. Until she began to ask questions. Questions were dangerous. All Nike wanted was to be 'real' again, whatever real was... Ty Connor, ex-CIA, has just been named to head a new branch of Homeland Security. A fast-response group called the NIO. Nike has a chance at redemption and more...if she dares to tak... more
  • Sherlock Holmes and the Scottish Question

    by Mike Hogan
    A Scottish crown, its history lost in the mists of time, was taken by Edward the First of England from the Scottish King John Balliol whom he defeated in battle and ignominiously deposed. What if the most celebrated consulting detective in the world, at the height of his powers in 1897, was put on the trail of the lost Crown of Scotland? What if the most potent symbol of Scottish sovereignty was stolen, members of the British Royal Family abducted, threats made against the Queen and a campaign ... more
  • Lightning Strikes (An Andromeda Spencer Novel, Book 1)

    by Theresa Parker


    As if being struck by lightning wasn’t bad enough. I spent a month in a coma. Of course that was when I was a teenager. It left me with some pretty unusual abilities. For instance, I can find just about anything or anyone. Oh, and I can see ghosts, too!

    I pick up extra cash working with the local P.D. I’m their go-to girl when they have someone they need to find. Despite all of this, my life is pretty boring — that is ... more

  • Bone of Contention

    by Bette Golden Lamb & J. J. Lamb
    RN Gina Mazzio has returned to San Francisco's Ridgewood Hospital after a near-death experience in Nevada's barren gold country, where she was on a Travel Nurse assignment with fiancé Harry (BOBE PIT, 2013). Now she's been assigned to the Ob/Gyn Women's Health Clinic. An outbreak of mystifying post-abortion deaths among Clinic patients puts Gina on the trail of the unknown perpetrator(s). Her usual relentless style and outspoken manner soon makes her a death target of fanatics. (This is the f... more
  • Reversion

    by Amy Rogers
    Rabies kills. Can it also cure? Tessa Price, PhD, knows what it’s like to lose a child to a genetic disease. To spare another mother this pain, she invents a radical new gene therapy that might save the life of seven-year-old Gunnar Sigrunsson. Unable to get regulatory approval to treat Gunnar in the US, she takes her clinical trial to the Palacio Centro Medico, a resort-like hospital on a Mexican peninsula where rich medical tourists get experimental treatments that aren’t available anywhere... more
  • RATS

    by Joe Klingler
    RATS explodes from the remnants of a war long past to headlines of Washington secrets masquerading as corporate incompetence when two modern-day warriors face off. Both skilled at violence. And deception. Both accustomed to winning.
  • When You Hear A Snowflake Fall: The Gene That Created Religion

    by Gilbert Pielin
    So, me darlins, when ye hear a snowflake fall, expect a miracle. In the mid-twenty-first century, the lives of six diverse characters become intertwined in the external conflict between good and evil. After the death of his fiance by a fanatical religious group, Edger is convinced all religions are evil, the cause of human suffering and death. While heading the genetic research facility at Gamelli Hospital, he discovers a means to switch off the religion gene, VMAT2. Motivated by his own p... more
  • Good Money Gone

    by Richard Kilborn
    Best Novel - Adventure or Drama - English, 2014 International Latino Book Awards Panama: a tropical paradise with an anything-goes attitude. Bring your wish list. It’s a place to start. Or to start over. Where the best of intentions are dazzled by the glitter of easy money. Steven McKay chases the quick bucks in offshore finance, playing fast and loose with his scruples until he discovers he’s merely one cog in a vast Ponzi scheme. Even as his paranoid boss puts the screws to everyone inside ... more