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  • Abolition of Evil

    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
  • The Night He Died (Cage Foster #2)

    by Stacy Green

    Cage Foster discovers a body in one of New Orleans’s most mysterious cemeteries. His partner recognizes the victim–she investigated him for the disappearance of his girlfriend months ago and suspects suicide. Cage isn’t buying it–the evidence and the cause of death tell a different story.​


    Within days, others start to disappear. Cage is certain everything is tied to one of New Orleans’s most powerful Mardi Gras Krewes, but with Fat Tuesday just days a... more

  • Tors Lake

    by Charles Ryavec
    Geoff is a man of 50, a man destroyed. In the chaotic circumstances of a Pride Party in San Francisco he is given an opportunity to meet Elizabeth Cromwell, a Professional Dominant. He asks her to find a woman named Prescott who is to apologize for events at a hotel, Tors Lake. A week later Elizabeth receives a gift of a valuable comic book collection from him. Elizabeth meets Geoff's mother's lawyer to ask that Geoff cease and desist his interest in her, but Geoff has disappeared. Soon after, E... more
  • I Know Your Every Move

    by Diane Ezzard
    A sinister phone call, an unknown visitor. Is Sophie being followed? Her life is about to be turned upside down by some disturbing events. How can she uncover the truth, when she can't trust what is real? The more she delves, the closer she gets to danger. Can she revisit her own dark past, filled with domestic violence and addiction, before it is too late?
  • Wolf Den One: ...a Flex Story

    by Lawrence Didsbury
    A sinister underground organization emerges from the dark jungles of Cambodia as the Vietnam War is in full swing. Four U.S. Navy Seals quietly track and monitor the rogue operation for decades until one of them is murdered.Flex, a young U.S. Marine, sets out to resolve his father's death, leaving the secure barracks of the Marines to pursue and take down "The Wolf" in his own den.
  • Confessions of Eden

    by Scott Shinberg
    Michelle Reagan — code name Eden — joined the CIA after graduating high school and found herself thrust into the shadowy world of covert action and assassinations. On missions spanning the globe, her final victim may end up being her own sanity. Launching high-stakes attacks into the hearts of the enemies of the United States, Michelle’s emotional limits are tested as she is repeatedly faced with intractable moral questions. How many innocent lives is it acceptable to sacrifice in order to ki... more
  • Murder at the Columbarium

    by Emily Gallo
    Jed’s quiet life as caretaker of the San Francisco Columbarium is turned upside down when he comes upon a dead woman’s body and a crying baby just inside the gate. His search for answers thrusts him into a world of corruption, bigotry and drug trafficking and he becomes one of the principal suspects.
  • Fatal Amendment

    by Rick Farrell
    Two violent deaths, a brazen corporate scheme to protect profits, and an unwitting young couple drawn into a search for answers, collide in a story of Washington - the forces that drive political decisions, the people who walk the corridors of power, and the greed, deception and ruthlessness often at work behind the marble facade. At once a compelling mystery and richly informed portrayal of life in the nation's capital, "Fatal Amendment" is a novel that reward on several levels.
  • Renegade Pawn

    by Craig S Wilson
    The favelas of Rio de Janeiro may be colorful on the outside, but inside the shanty walls, a struggle for survival rages on. In this world of violence, corruption, and poverty, good people must do bad things for the greater good. Lucas Rocha is an orphaned teen who picks pockets to provide for his younger sisters. When he steals the wallet of vacationing DEA agent Daniel Burke, the lives of these two strangers become permanently – and dangerously – entwined. Facing down powerful drug lords, Luca... more
  • How to Kennel a Killer (A Steely & Cuff Mystery, Book 2)

    by Cat Clayton
    Something wicked this way wags... As southern and sassy Steely Lamarr, her chatty Chihuahua, and the Scrubadub crew organize their annual pet costume contest, they hit a wall when the contest judge—the town librarian—ends up dead. Between the pages of the beloved woman’s journal, Steely learns the quirky librarian may have met an untimely death through a connection on a dating app. As the president of the Citizens on the Watch (C.O.W.), Steely believes it’s her civic duty, along with her motl... more
  • How to Leash a Thief (A Steely & Cuff Mystery, Book 1)

    by Cat Clayton
    Sometimes, it's the one you'd never suspect who is as crooked as a dog's hind leg... Southern and sassy Steely Lamarr adores pie, her cheeky Chihuahua, and her spiked camo boots. When she learns her dog-grooming shop’s night janitor is murdered, and his pup is dog-napped, Steely’s dogged determination to discover what happened leads her nowhere but trouble. A series of dreadful events turn her world inside out—a bank robbery, Steely stumbles upon another dead body, and now, she’s on the p... more
  • The Joker

    by Terence Goodchild
    THE JOKER is the story of Darren Bennett, a motor mechanic with aspirations of becoming a full-time stand up comedian. He has played before some dubious crowds in some less dubious theatres, he is married to Mavis who loves him deeply and dearly. While in a dressing room in another seedy theatre, after pouring a drink and toasting his all time heroes picture, he voices his desire to become a great comedian and offers to sell his soul to anyone who would make his dream of fame and glory come true... more
  • Venice Beach: A Novel

    by Emily Gallo
    Finn, a hard-drinking and cantankerous Irish writer, is in the midst of a downward spiral. After the death of his wife, he finds himself penniless and with nowhere to go but West to live with his daughter in Venice Beach. There he meets an eccentric cast of determined survivors who help give him the inspiration to get back to the success he once knew. As soon as he feels ready to dig his way out of the darkness, he finds himself the prime suspect in a murder investigation that threatens his life... more
  • A Fall From Grace

    by Dale T. Phillips
    When a single mother is wrongly accused of murder, Zack Taylor must work to clear her name. Not an easy task, as everyone in town thinks she’s guilty. Zack finds plenty of people who wanted the victim dead. As the events around him spiral out of control, Zack begins to do the same.
  • A Memory of Grief

    by Dale T. Phillips
    Ex-con Zack Taylor is a man drifting through life, haunted and guilt-ridden from a past gunshot tragedy. When his friend dies in Maine of an apparent suicide, Zack is driven to pursue the truth. With only his wits and physical skills, he takes on life-threatening opponents. Despite finding a new love, his rage and ghosts drive him closer to the edge as he takes ever-greater risks with the law and his life.
  • The Julius Katz Collection

    by Dave Zeltserman
    The award-winning Julius Katz stories have delighted mystery fans since first appearing on the pages of Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine in 2009. JULIUS KATZ introduced readers to Boston's most brilliant, eccentric, and possibly laziest detective, as well as his sidekick, Archie, a tiny marvel of whizbang computer technology with the heart and soul of a hard-boiled PI. The Julius Katz Collection contains six stories that were previously published in Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine and an original ... more

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