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  • Joel

    by Edwin B Lowry

    All throughout his life Joel has suffered from terrible panic attacks. He could be living his life without a care in the world one minute, but then gasping for air the next. It’s a problem that’s tormented him for as long as he could remember, and a problem that’s causing him to slip closer toward a breaking point.

    He works for the Lestor Corporation year after year slaving away at a desk filling out paperwork. His boss asks him to perform a speech in front of his co-w... more

  • Be Careful What You Wish For (A Paladin Project Chronicle)

    by Solomon Knight
    Where Royal history and legend meet mystery in a superb intermingling of fact and fiction the Paladin and his eclectic and fiercely loyal band of intrepid adventurers are up against the D.O.R.C. and their evil leader the G.O.O.F. Where what you thought was a good idea at the time turns out to be your worst nightmare. Amidst the turmoil of good versus evil a poignant tale of love and love lost is delicately woven. Solomon Knight will keep you anxiously reading on with twists, turns and scenes so ... more
  • The Illusionist Takes a Holiday (A Paladin Project Chronicle)

    by Solomon Knight
    Benjamin Wolf, a highly intelligent and inscrutable man with an intense sense of compassion for the vulnerable and threatened, and an unusual kind of illusionist, is in need of a respite. He sets out on a walking holiday in the Lake District and after a somewhat disconcerting ramble he arrives at Monk's Hall, the home of an old friend, Sebastian Monk, the Earl of Uppington on the Downs, for a weekend retreat. The Earl has invited an eclectic party of contentious individuals including Duchess Cas... more
  • In God We Trust

    by Adam P. Gross & Seth K. Gross
    After years of espionage the Joint Terrorism Task Force has targeted the location of the Supernote Press in Tehran. With US backed sanctions crippling its economy, Iran plans to use Supernotes – perfect counterfeit $100 bills -- to finance a monumental act of terrorism that promises to plunge the world into unprecedented emotional and financial chaos. John Farragut, a terminally ill former CIA operative, is lured out of retirement to destroy the press before it is too late. His team consists o... more
  • soiled grounds

    by merrick tull-johnson
    Soiled grounds is a futuristic neo-noir/thriller novel with utopian and dystopian concepts. The novel takes place in the utopian city. The main character, Luther, which is a rookie police officer finds a dead body in an alleyway while he’s leaving a bar with his partner. Luther then investigates the murder which causes him to travel between both utopian and dystopian cities. Discovering who committed the murder causes the utopian city to go dystopian, and guilt-ridden Luther, runs away to a plac... more
  • Frozen Border: An Agent Mitchell Novel

    by Zach Stookey
    When small town Sheriff's Deputy Jason Stevens gets the chance to help the FBI investigate the case of a local serial killer, he is elated. When they name him the primary suspect, Jason disappears. Veteran FBI Agent Russell Mitchell tracks the suspect from Illinois to the snow-covered wilderness of Canada, and back again. All while Jason tries to find out exactly why they think he is the killer.
  • The Shadow Man

    by Solomon Knight
    A sinister saga of murder and madness where the villains believe they’ve plotted the perfect plan to hide the perpetrators in plain sight. A mysterious man in the murk becomes menacing. And Inspector Wisdom goes fishing in Scotland and gets hooked by CAT. In the end he stumbles upon mercy and justice.
  • Evil Lurks in the Dark

    by Solomon Knight
    Solomon Knight discloses the origins of the International League of Paladins and their raison d'etre. This is a book of mystery and action. Exposing a sinister plot to attain power and wealth through the suffering of millions of cancer patients is afoot, can it be stopped? Death will point its bony finger at a murderer while the Paladin with his unique team for backup uncover an international plot for a New World Order. Last, but certainly not least, the secret to the Philosopher's Stone and et... more
  • Foul Shot, a Wray Larrick Mystery

    by D.L. Coleman
    P.I. Larrick is drawn to the North Carolina shore to aid former girlfriend and reporter Ames Dalton in the investigation of a young female superstar athlete's inexplicable murder, immediately finding himself in a complex environment of powerful women hiding basic facts from him. From the Crystal Coast to the Louisiana bayou, to Philadelphia, and back down south, Wray follows his trail to the killer's door only to discover, almost too late, that things are not always the way they first seem. Cur... more
  • The End Zone An Ahmad Jones Novel

    by Kevin Fitch
    Ahmad Jones, a NYC cop and consultant for the FBI, discovers, through Afarland's updated horoscope, a plan to commit a coup d'etat against its government. As a world-class astrologist and adviser to several international government bodies, Jones, armed with keen astronomic timing, superlative combat skills, and an unusual perspective on American football, is single-minded in his desire to protect Afarland's leadership and the daughter of Afarland's president, as he arrives in Ohio to promote his... more
  • Why Was Rachel Murdered?

    by Bill Prentice
    A mathematician’s murder draws Toronto PI Neil Walker into a web of Ponzi schemes, political corruption and global cybersecurity nightmares. Walker, an ex-RCMP financial-crimes specialist, has out-fought warring bikers and put Mafia dons behind bars. Now he’s forced to work with Carole Lisgar, a high-powered political operator he once arrested for corruption. As more bodies drop and the stakes ramp up, Walker uncovers a conspiracy that stretches from Parliament Hill in Ottawa to a beach-front... more
  • homestays in wayanad

    by Albin Benny
    Nowadays all social orders get a kick out of the opportunity to travel long division, for instance, phenomenal countries. Each guest objective has its own one of a kind heavenliness. All organization advance the movement business and regarding all guests in that country. Most of the social orders pick calm place for their objectives and besides pick incredible lodgings and sustenance. So homestays have more criticalness in the movement business, all guest pick homestays for better sustenance and... more
  • Ratchet and Stench - Animal Sleuths

    by Robert A Webster

    Dog Gone Mystery

    When Cruft’s Best of Breeds Champion mysteriously disappears; the finger of suspicion points at the owner of a rival kennel.

    Somerset police find the missing Scottish terrier’s dermal tracker, but cannot find further evidence of a crime. Having no proof they are unable to do anything and drop any investigations.

    The other dogs call in Ratchet and Stench, and even though they uncover clues that suggest a brutal murder, the animal... more

  • Murder Audit

    by Michelle Cornish
    The truth will set you free...unless you're Cynthia Webber. Cynthia Webber is a CPA student and widow who lost her husband and love of her life in a tragic car accident several years ago. Left with a young son to provide for on her own, Cynthia continued to pursue her career in the auditing department of Darlington & Associates (D&A). But when Cynthia discovers Jim Dunn’s body during the routine audit of D&A's most prestigious and controversial client, Prairie Pipeline Company (PPC), her w... more
  • The Power of the Three

    by P.G. Barnett

    David and his half-sister were born within forty two seconds of one another from the same mother. Stacie, a healthy baby, was able to see things in a traditional manner but David was born seeing only darkness. Learning that being born blind doesn't mean not seeing; David discovers the ability to see through the eyes of others. Physical connection is all it takes. Yet there is something on the faces of his family he sees that troubles him. It isn't his physical appearance. When his mother make... more

  • Return of the Brethren

    by P. G. Barnett
    They have been with us for eternities using their power to slip between slices of time and appear, three families, taking many forms, experiencing the thrills of life and death on Earth. One family brought a lust for cruelty and devastation. Known as the Brethren, their visits always resulted in the death and torture of millions. The remaining families chose to live with mankind in peace. They called themselves the Coven and began passing the knowledge of their powers and memories of their exis... more