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  • Three Girls

    by Sally Dixon
    A world of terrorism, murder and a love story set in a present day multicultural Europe. The three young women in the story come from very different backgrounds, and for them, life throws up added complications. What do you do when the loathed father of your child suddenly turns up after ten years – and you haven’t told him he is a father? What do you do when your brother is radicalised at the local mosque and starts making your life hell? What do you do when your parents insist on marrying you ... more
  • Out of Time

    by Phillip Johnstone
    Jonathan Deigh returns to the south coast of England after a decade living the expat dream on the Spanish costas. In an attempt to connect with a daughter with whom over the years he’s had little contact, he sets about trying to create a stable home life. Eavesdropping on a conversation in a bar sets him up with a driving job for a Mr. Levi, club owner and eventual victor in a London based gangland turf war. To win this conflict, Levi mistakenly enrolls the help of his Russian family, headed by ... more
  • The Peanut Butter Bandit

    by Liz Foster
    Follow along to help Phillip and Susie solve the mystery of The Peanut Butter Bandit. Can you figure out who the bandit is before they do?
  • Wake Up

    by Brooke De Lira

    It’s been three summers since Madelyn’s brother Aiden fell to his death, swallowed by the cold waves of Lake Superior. They say it was an accident. She knows that's a lie.

    Having mastered the art of lucid dreaming, the teen scours her own dreams for her lost memory of what happened that day. The truth hides somewhere in her mind's version of Shy Harbor—where the tragedy took place. But the mirror town is cold and desolate. Her only light is Luke, the mysterious... more

  • The Forgotten Child

    by Melissa Erin Jackson
    The dead can speak. They need her to listen. Ever since Riley Thomas, reluctant medium extraordinaire, accidentally released a malevolent spirit from a Ouija board when she was thirteen, she’s taken a hard pass on scary movies, haunted houses, and cemeteries. Twelve years later, when her best friend pressures her into spending a paranormal investigation weekend at the infamous Jordanville Ranch—former home of deceased serial killer Orin Jacobs—Riley’s still not ready to accept the fact that she... more
  • Urban Justice: Vigilante Justice Thriller Series 2 with Jack Lamburt

    by John Etzil
    A small-town sheriff has some unfinished business in the big city… Jack Lamburt doesn’t negotiate with drug dealers. When he learns that his girlfriend Debbie’s sister is keeping company with New Jersey gang leaders, he opts to spring her the only way he knows how. With a hail of bullets and blood… On his quest to get Debbie’s sister free, Lamburt attracts the attention of an FBI agent eager to take the vigilante down. Things get even hairier when a drug lord goes on the war path to revers... more
  • Fatal Justice: Vigilante Justice Thriller Series 1 with Jack Lamburt

    by John Etzil
    A small-town sheriff’s dark past may be the only thing that keeps his town alive… Jack Lamburt has a bright future as the sheriff of a quiet town. He knows the locals by name, he’s dating the bar mistress, and nobody suspects his dark secrets. When big city mafia stirs up trouble in his small town, Lamburt retaliates with swift, violent action. Now the crime syndicate is in search for answers… and blood. With the lives of the people he swore to protect in grave danger, Lamburt will need e... more
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  • The Doc Is In: Diagnosis: Revenge

    by Author Karen K Rose
    Are YOU ready for your appointment? Step into the office of Dr. Lorel Kaine, ‘Doc’ to those who know her intimately. Therapist to the Hollywood stars, the B List celebrities, and the one hit wonders who can’t stop wondering where did all the fame go? Her current cases include a sex addicted police captain who sees nothing wrong with stalking. A mistress who is a junkie for the love, likes, shares, and reposts to the drug that is social media. And in a definite conflict of interest, her bes... more
  • The Dead Don't Talk: A Tale of Murder and Mystery (The Danny Ryle Mysteries Book 1)

    by Lawrence J. Epstein
    Danny Ryle is a political fixer on Long Island. From a parking ticket to a damaged romance, Danny is there to make things right. But then he is asked to solve an old murder. Danny first seeks help from his father—a retired hit man. There are suspects galore. From the Hamptons west, Danny travels across Long Island seeking clues, searching for the comforting taste of doughnuts, avoiding attempts on his life, looking for love, and all the while trying to solve a mystery the police never could. Dan... more
  • This Will Destroy You

    by Pedram Navab
    Paris, France. 1885. Bernadette Soubirous, a patient at the Pitie-Salpetriere Hospital, where Sigmund Freud and Jean-Martin Charcot treated “hysterics,” commits mass suicide with other women, drowning themselves in the Seine. 1975. Christopher Laurent, a paranoiac with a cardiac condition, seeks the assistance of Dr. Anna Freud, fearing a group of informants is following him. 1985. Marc Bernard, renowned plastic surgeon at the Pitie-Salpetriere, harbors a dark secret that will make him ... more
  • Designs on Murder

    by Gayle Leeson

    What if you discovered your lively new friend wasn't really...alive?

    Amanda Tucker is excited about opening her fashion design studio in Shops On Main, a charming old building in historic Abingdon, Virginia. She didn't realize a ghost came with the property! But soon Maxine "Max" Englebright, a young woman who died in 1930, isn't the only dead person at the retail complex. Mark Tinsley, a web designer with a know-it-all attitude who also rented space at Shops On Main, i... more

  • The Calamity Café (A Down South Café Mystery Book 1)

    by Gayle Leeson
    First in a new cozy mystery series featuring Southern cooking that is to die for. Aspiring chef and small-town Virginia native Amy Flowers is ready to open her own café offering old-fashioned Southern food. But her dream may go up in smoke when someone kills the competition... Tired of waiting tables at Lou’s Joint, Amy Flowers doesn’t just quit—she offers to buy the place from her bully of a boss, so she can finally open the café of her dreams. Amy can't wait to serve the kind of Southern... more
  • 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

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