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  • Fredonia Bound

    by SannaBlue Baker
    THREE SHORT STORIES • Buried Where We Stand - When God handed down judgement with a Winchester rifle. The historical secret of a community in post Civil War Georgia. A secret still kept today. • The Healing Stream - A hidden stream in the mountains is discovered by an injured traveler and starts a chain of events including miracles, blood feuds and legends. • Fiver Dean - As one of the world's most wanted art thieves, if Fiver Dean can survive the attack by the Albatross, he might escape Inte... more
  • A Deadly Combo

    by Karen A Phillips
    What do boxing and vintage trailers have in common? Meet Raquel AKA Rocky Nelson, a retired single woman with an attitude and love for boxing. Sisters Rocky and Bridget are enjoying each other’s company at a vintage trailerfest until they stumble over a corpse. Rocky uses her courage and skills learned in boxing lessons to protect her family and keep from becoming the killer’s next victim.
  • What the River Buries

    by Rocky Hirajeta
    In WHAT THE RIVER BURIES, the aftermath of her father's death makes seventeen-year-old Natalie feel like a stranger even to herself. Though she withdraws from friends and family, loses her job, and struggles with schoolwork, she finds peace in a riverside forest known as the Acres, comfort in the act of drawing sketches. But this solace is shattered when she comes face-to-face with a nightmarish murder deep within the woods. In her reckless pursuit of the killer, Nat wades through the tangled we... more
  • Fractured Oak

    by Dannie Boyd

    It’s hard to catch a killer when the only witness is a tree.

    In 1853, after Catherine Miller is murdered for daring to become a doctor in a field full of men, a molecular fusion between human decay and natural rebirth transforms her into a Northern Red Oak. One hundred and seventy years later, she remains a mute but sentient tree, rooted near a secluded Northeast Ohio house. After she watches in horror as the newest homeowner murders one of his PhD students, Cathe... more

  • Cold-Blooded Trade

    by Kerry K. Cox
    When U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Special Agent Nick Tanner targets a prolific trafficker in endangered reptiles, what begins as a simple buy-and-bust operation takes a sudden, violent turn, and launches Tanner on a dangerous quest deep into the treacherous backwaters of Mississippi swampland.
  • JETSAM

    by Tracy Grogan

    Ricky Yamamoto has trust issues – if push comes to shove, she always pushes back. When a dream trip to exotic Far East waters turns into a nightmare, she struggles to regain control. What seemed like an innocent environmental research trip turns out to be anything but: her millionaire bosses had a hidden agenda, the menu turned out to be vegan, and she didn’t have a gun when she needed one.

  • Confessions of an Accidental Lawyer

    by Michael Stockham
    Battling against a Texas prison, a young lawyer fights for a fair trial in a prison-friendly town as witnesses and evidence evaporate. Scarred physically and emotionally by a botched delivery, his wife struggles to realize their dream of a healthy baby and a happy family. Trapped in solitary confinement, an immate fights for medicine to keep his failing heart pumping. Torn between career and family, with the lives of a prisoner, his wife de él, and his unborn child on the line, the youn... more
  • SET IN STONE

    by J.A. Dayton
    Resident state trooper, CLIFF ABBOTT, never dreamed terror could happen in North Meadows, a rural New England community. But, when seven stacked-stone towers mysteriously appear on farmland throughout town, Abbott knows life is about to change forever and it terrifies him. Mortal danger becomes apparent when the towers begin to move—one after another. One night, a stone tower is transported from a vacant farm onto the turnpike causing seven deaths on a curving two-lane road. Terror strikes again... more
  • When Last Seen

    by Brenda Chapman
    Ottawa is baking under a July heatwave when the Homicide and Major Crimes Unit is called to help track down missing three-year-old Charlie McGowan. This is the second missing person case in nine months — a university exchange student never made it back to her Carleton University residence from a downtown party in November. At first, the two disappearances appear unrelated, but as true crime podcaster Ella Tate and Detective Liam Hunter dig deeper into both files, unsettling relationships ... more
  • A Great House for Mary

    by N Forbes Matheis
    Mary is from the ghetto. She is beautiful, smart and ambitious and she just got accepted to go to university. But just as she gets ready to spread her wings, her only surviving parent dies. Things turn topsy turvy and the Area Don swoops in and grabs her up as his new shiny toy. Overnight, Mary's life becomes a living hell. She is young and naive but she knows she cannot stay here. Even if she has to get her hands bloody, she has to find a way out. How far can Mary get with the poli... more
  • When Tracks Fade: Pitayta Gully Trilogy

    by N Forbes Matheis
    Millicent lives on a farm in the idyllic Pitayta Gully community with her three older brothers, her absentee mother and her grandparents. Everything is easygoing until the stranger arrives and takes up residence on their farm. Suddenly, a sleuth of murder, theft, domestic violence and rape knocks the village out of serenity. But while the villagers eye the stranger with suspicion, Millicent harbors the feeling that the roots of the present evils were planted in their village long before... more
  • Cause For Elimination

    by Marla A. White
    Reclaiming her life after a devastating riding accident, equestrian Emily Conners' world shatters again when she discovers her friend and boss lying in a stall with a smashed skull. Now jobless and with a handsome cop underfoot investigating the case, she's torn between wanting the killer found and keeping her own secrets safe. Detective Justin Butler always gets his killer, but this victim has a stampede of enemies and few leads to go on. Stonewalled by the tight-knit equestrian world, he lo... more
  • THE HUNTSMAN

    by Judith Sanders
    The tranquility of a small New England town is shattered when a ruthless serial killer strikes. The HUNTSMAN’s calling card: the victims’ hearts, cleaved from their young bodies, and a poisoned apple. The abductions seem to pause when the prime suspect, Lincoln Raider, falls and lands in a coma at a local hospital. ICU nurse Max Mason reads nightly to the helpless patient. It is not a kindness, for Max is sharing his own murderous thoughts. When Lincoln awakens Max is drawn into a whirlpool ... more
  • Salt Island (E&A Investigations Thriller Series Book 2)

    by Lisa Towles

    In the heart-pounding international thriller Salt Island, Mari Ellwyn, a former-CIA private investigator, finds herself thrust into a perilous wold of high-stakes corporate espionage and ecoterrorism. As her newly formed partnership with Derek Abernathy is put to the ultimate test, Mari faces a daunting challenge that forces her to confront powerful ghosts from her past.

    When billionaire CEO Jack Darcy's reputation and IPO deal are under threat, Mari finds herself ent... more

  • Death In My Reflection: A Reese Clayton and Emerson Lake Novel

    by Barbara Fournier
    WHEN THE WRONG PRISONER IS DISCOVERED ON THE EXECUTION TABLE OF A SOUTH DAKOTA STATE PRISON, TWO DETECTIVES FIND THEMSELVES CAUGHT IN THE MIDDLE OF THE BIGGEST COVER-UP IN THE STATE’S HISTORY. Detectives Reese Clayton and Emerson Lake take on one of the most complex cases of their careers. The murder of a prominent judge and an attempt on the life of South Dakota’s governor have brought in the FBI. Now Clayton and Lake are forced to partner with the feds to hunt down an escaped death row con... more
  • Keisha's Killing

    by Delores Dudley
    Surrounded by a loving family, relatives, and friends, Keisha is a small-town girl on the move up to her proper place in society, or is she? In Keishas Killing, by Delores Dudley, it is tempting to name all that is wrong in the world right now, where the brief snap of a finger may be all it takes to change the course of one persons life. Yet in Keisha, there is that aspect of life, too, that may yet redeem and make up for all the dark notions of living, almost to the point of making them too ac... more
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