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  • Warning! Cave Exploration Forbidden.

    by Gail S. Kibby White

    On a weekend camping trip in Arizona, three children disobey their parents and go exploring in the foothill caves. The caves are dangerous and forbidden for many reasons, one of the most dangerous being the possibility of running into drug dealers who use the caves to stash drugs and cash. What they and the search party experience in the caves make this story exciting and suspenseful from beginning to end.

  • The Promise Between US - Detective Dev Crime Thriller Series

    by Clive Dev
    Revenge was a dish that was best served cold and he had a score to settle. He had waited five painstakingly long years to do what he was about to embark on. His nemesis needed to be brought down. Killing him will not do the job. What is the best way to bring about his demise? A demise that he can experience……
  • The Candidate Coroner

    by Paul Austin Ardoin
    It seemed like a simple murder investigation. But it was just the first domino to fall. When the rich owner of a successful local business is found dead in a pedestrian underpass, Acting Coroner Fenway Stevenson investigates the death while she campaigns for re-election. But soon, she discovers the victim was involved in an international conspiracy with her own father's oil company—and Fenway is put firmly in the crosshairs of the evildoers. The more she uncovers, the more danger she's in. Wi... more
  • The Incumbent Coroner (Fenway Stevenson Mysteries Book Two)

    by Paul Austin Ardoin
    A beloved mayor. A seedy motel room. One baffling murder. The bizarre circumstances of Fenway Stevenson’s latest case as county coroner drag her to the center of one very dangerous game. With one suspect in custody, an attempt on the life of the key witness leads to her disappearance and more unanswered questions. Fenway must race to solve the mystery before anyone else dies while also juggling a contentious election and her overbearing father’s meddling. As summer temperatures rise, so do... more
  • The Reluctant Coroner (Fenway Stevenson Mysteries Book One)

    by Paul Austin Ardoin
    Blood is thicker than oil—until murder is involved. Fenway Stevenson doesn't want to return to the coastal town where her estranged father is practically king. But the death of her mother draws her back home—and the murder of the county coroner draws her into a deepening conspiracy. As the body count rises and all signs seem to point toward her father's oil company, will Fenway uncover the truth before family bonds become deadly?
  • A Mutual Addiction

    by Mary Widdicks
    It has been 3,684 days since the accident and as many nights since Cressida Dunhill last dreamed. Until the day she meets Vee, a water nymph of a girl who splashes color into Cressida’s dull life. And that night, after ten years of emptiness, Cressida suddenly dreams again. Now she has to protect the flighty girl in order to safeguard her new life. But at what cost? A MUTUAL ADDICTION is a haunting psychological journey that traces the fine line between morbid fascination and dangerous ob... more
  • The Monsters I Remember

    by Neal Yeomans
    A searing debut novel about guilt and the loss of innocence. Sixteen year old Sam Wentworth is new to the town of Greenfield, Rhode Island. He is lonely and introverted. That is about to change when he meets a beautiful girl and a group of kids who offer him the acceptance and friendship that he has always wanted. Soon school will let out for the summer and that is when the nightmare will start...
  • Chutes and Ladder: A Silicon Valley Mystery (Book 2)

    by Marc Jedel
    Dead friend. Free fall. Girl Scouts. Can Uncle Marty untangle the mystery before things really get out of control? Juggling a budding relationship, demanding job, and mischievous nieces, Marty Golden struggled to keep his head above water — even before his friend’s death. Trying his best to be a good boyfriend and fun uncle, Marty had his own ideas for the weekend until his cunning sister tricked him again. Convinced his friend’s death was no accident, Marty tries to summon superhero power... more
  • The Female Defender

    by Annette Harper
    The Female Defender is a crime/fiction novel about a State Police Patrol Officer in Syracuse, New York, who rescues women and young girls from being victimized by deviant criminals. The undercover name that she uses is Renee Iron Shields. Her real name is Margaret Lafayette. After Renee trains to be a State Police Detective some of the men who have manipulated her in the past come back in her life to scare her and prevent her from living her life peacefully. With the help of her father’s cousi... more
  • The Last Chance Lawyer

    by William Bernhardt

    Daniel Pike has a passion for justice. He's used his unique ability to "connect the dots," observing what others do not, to become the most notorious criminal lawyer in St. Petersburg. He's dedicated his life to rebelling against authority, living an unfettered life, and making sure the government doesn't railroad his clients. But everything changes when a violent tragedy forces him out of his law firm. He's contacted by a group calling themselves the Last Chance Lawyers. They take their assi... more

  • Jess

    by Terence Goodchild
    A young girl and her dog Jess are being naughty in her bedroom and her father takes the dog and locks it in the shed, Rachael lets it out at night because it is crying and once again brings it up to her room, her father has had enough and takes the dog outside and shoots it, what happens next over many years is every time someone upsets Rachael the dog appears as a monster and kills the person, unknown to her a young policeman Joss discovers from a professor that an Egyptian Queen from 3 thousan... more
  • The Jew

    by Dominik Poleski
    The book is based on real-life events that took place in the historically pivotal years 1967?1969 amid widespread students? protests in Europe and America, the invasion of Czechoslovakia by the Soviet Union, the Vietnam War at its height, and sociopolitical turmoil in Poland, resulting in several thousand Jews fleeing the country. It?s a deeply personal and harrowing survival story of a Jewish teenager, Alek, and his mother, Zofia Brodski, in a small, isolated, and backward community in a commun... more
  • Betrayed

    by Eve DeLange
    The book is about two FBI agents, Ragetti and Smitty, who are handed a case that involved some big names around town. It?s up to them to discover just what the crime is and figure out how all the names tie together. Follow the two agents as they piece together clues that lead them to solving two cases all at one time. You never know who the next criminal will be, and there are times when you cannot even trust the agents working right beside you. Many of the people will surprise you when you see ... more
  • Schotsi: A Family Wilderness Dog Story

    by Tracy Bright
    This is a brave story of love and courage of a family and their dog surviving alone in one of the last great wildernesses of California.
  • Broken humanity

    by Karine Vivier
    What do a young girl, an ex-convict and a mother have in common? “Broken Humanity” tells the story of three characters who, somewhere along the way, have lost touch with humanity in the eyes of society. Three characters, three parallel stories, a common thread. A debut thriller.
  • THE PACKAGE

    by Bryan Quinn
    There aren’t many things in this world Marco Arrigoni would kill for, but there are even fewer things he would die for. THE PACKAGE is one of them. All hell breaks loose when Marco, a jaded priest, unearths beneath the archives of his medieval church a long-forgotten tomb containing incontrovertible evidence of an explosive conspiracy stretching back millennia. He joins forces with his friend and secret love, Aysel Bigili, an archeologist, to authenticate his find. Before long, they find them... more

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