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  • More Blood Than Flesh

    by Matthew Keller
    More Blood Than Flesh follows siblings Mae, Tenn, and Bird Ellis who, after discovering their mother has been murdered by their father, must escape the lawless community they’ve called home all their lives. A horrifying level of violence awaits the siblings as they confront drug dealers, a mysterious lady who offers to help get them out, and most of all themselves as they make their way toward safety. Six years later the choices they made as they fled their home still haunt them. But when a s... more
  • Once Is Never Enough: Revenge Never Sleeps

    by Monique Gliozzi
    Larissa La Roche, heiress to a multimillion-dollar wine production empire in Napa County, has led a privileged life. Married, living a life of luxury and loving work as a flight attendant with a major airline, she seems destined for success. One day that all changes. Tragedy strikes, leading her down a path of deception and destruction. When her dormant, tragic past returns to haunt her and revenge never sleeps, is anyone safe? Isabella Ashford returns as Special FBI Agent Ashford to hunt dow... more
  • Father's Day: Part III - Fulfillment

    by Gary Kyriazi
    This is the final volume of the Father's Day Trilogy. For the third time in a row, on Father's Day, a body is discovered at the bottom of the cliffs of La Sangre, on the Northern California coast. "This has got to stop!" the Governor declares. But, how does one stop insanity?
  • Ghost Mark

    by JP McLean
    ane’s nightmares are back—and this time, they’ve unleashed a brutal killer. Jane Walker’s nightmares aren’t imaginary—they’re glimpses into the traumatic past; and the past can be dangerous, especially now that Jane’s protective birthmarks are gone. Worse, she’s no longer invisible within her dreams—and learns this the hard way while using her power to incriminate a ruthless killer. Inadvertently revealing her ghost form, she launches him on a relentless hunt to track her down. Even mor... more
  • ACONITE Queen of Poisons

    by L.M. Jorden
    ACONITE Queen of Poisons Based on a True Story A Madcap Roaring 20's Murder Mystery about an extraordinary woman, one of Brooklyn’s first woman doctors. Booze Blanks? Lady Doctors? Poison Cures? It’s the Roaring 20’s New York, and a feisty orphan rises from the Little Italy slums to become a doctor. Josephine Reva, M.D. is a trailblazing woman on a mission -- she's seeking equality in a male-dominated profession. When no Manhattan hospitals will hire a female physician, she hangs out ... more
  • Blue Running

    by Lori Ann Stephens
    Blue Running is a gripping coming-of-age thriller set in post-secessionist Texas. Fourteen-year-old Bluebonnet Andrews is on the run across the Republic of Texas. An accident killed her best friend but everyone in the town of Blessing thinks it was murder. In this Republic, murder often means a swift death penalty, so she has no choice but to run. Blue doesn't know where her mother is — somewhere beyond the border in the United States — but she's determined to track her down. First she has ... more
  • The Fear of Winter: Book One in The Fear Of Series

    by S. C. Sterling

    On a frigid December night, Megan Floyd vanishes from the mountain town of Fraser, Colorado. The extensive search provides no answers and as attention of her disappearance fades, the case goes cold. Her father, Tom Floyd, is forced to confront his worst fear that his daughter will never be found, and soon his life and marriage begin to disintegrate around him.

    A year after the disappearance and with no new leads, Tom hires private investigator Marshall York, a former detective, and his ... more

  • Return of the Sphynx

    by Donald McInnis
    The San Diego police arrested a young man for the so-called Sphynx rapes. The D.A. believes he will finally defeat the suspect’s defense attorney, A.J. Hawke. His chief evidence: The suspect’s DNA matches the rapist’s DNA. But is the suspect the real Sphynx rapist? The DNA says “yes,” given that two people having the same DNA, theoretically, is a scientific impossibility—unless they are identical twins. A. J. Hawke aims to test that theory, claiming the true criminal is the suspect’s twin brot... more
  • The Uniform

    by G. Gruen
    With only hours until his transport to a death camp, a Jewish labor camp prisoner stumbles across the body of a murdered Gestapo officer. The dead man's uniforms offers the prisoner his last chance to survive, perhaps even to escape. His challenge? Repairing the gashed and bloodied tunic under the noses of his SS captors.
  • Distant Relations, Rebecca Forster

    by Rebecca Forster
    A private plane explodes killing Detective Finn O'Brien's estranged uncle and his childhood love. Coming to grips with the tragedy, Finn puts the accident behind him until a misdirected insurance settlement, a federal investigation, and an arrogant ATF agent pique his curiosity and provoke his anger. Unable to find justice, Finn goes rogue, incurring the ire of everyone while his investigation leads him through a deadly labyrinth created by big business and personal passions. In the end Finn ... more
  • ISHA AND THE HEDGEROW-FOLK ISBN978-1-5437-0850-9

    by Malvika Dekhane
    This is the story of a girl Isha aged eleven and the hedgerow-folk - the little free-beings like mongoose, rats, hedgehogs and little birds living in and around the hedgerows. The story revolves around their problems, how they face them and solve them together. It also stresses the importance of family, family-values and love for Nature. \tIsha’s happy family comprises her parents Mihir and Rajeshwari, baby brother Neil and granny Indi. While returning from a vacation their car meets with an a... more
  • Armistice Suicide

    by Steven Stancell
    In the mid-spring of 1975, twenty-two year old Dice was about to avenge his brother’s murder. But when his landlord tells him he’s renovating his apartment and doubling his rent, his priorities change. With his friend Spike, the two decide to become murderers for hire as a career path, in and around the neighborhood they grew up in. They fancy themselves as bounty hunters, ridding the world of people who deserve it. They will soon realize they have bitten off more than they can chew.
  • The 666 Murders

    by Alan Golbourn
    London, 1966 Fear grips the capital when a second ritualistically murdered victim is found in an alleyway — with their heart removed. With no leads or motive, DCS Kendall Quincy is under intense pressure to find the sadistic killer before a third victim is claimed. Out of luck Randolph Landon — disillusioned with his life as a private investigator and separated from his family, soon becomes embroiled with his biggest, challenging, and most terrifying case to date. The case leads him dow... more
  • Out to Get Me

    by Jeffrey A. Cooper

    Toni has five million dollars stashed in the back of her BMW that she needs to save her kidnapped husband Sam’s life.  The money is the payoff from Sam and his partner’s brazen robbery of an underworld courier early this morning.

    She's being chased through the deserted streets of pandemic-era Los Angeles by the tenacious courier; a desperate, violent killer who is willing to go to any extreme to get the money back and take their revenge on the robbers.

    Everyon... more

  • Remember My Name

    by Laurencia Hoffman
    Dark and twisted secrets mar Shane Coulter's skin, and darken his fragile heart. Yet he keeps his nightmarish truth hidden from all those he holds dear with a smart mouth and abrasive attitude. His first love, Callan Reid, refuses to accept Shane's tough exterior. Convinced something truly horrific lurks beneath Shane's defenses, Callan vows to uncover the truth. But some things are better left buried. As darkness from the past threatens to be brought to light, there are those who would ki... more
  • Richter's War: Case of the Ghostly Seance

    by Daniel P. Douglas
    A Spirited Tale about a Frightful Plot to Control the Future! The hunt for nefarious Nazi spies in Los Angeles during World War II just took another paranormal turn, which means hardboiled detective Geno Richter is on the case and soon embroiled in wartime action, mystery, and suspense... A stakeout at the Los Angeles Central Library ensnares Geno Richter in the roots of a deadly conspiracy stretching back to the dawn of civilization. Soon, the enemy's real motives emerge after they awaken... more