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  • The Chihuahua Witch

    by Sally Wilshere
    Kara Murphy, is a free-lance architectural general contractor and consultant who travels around from each job in an old Winnebago with her two little Chihuahuas, Philadelphia and Taffy, refurbishing and remodeling older homes and buildings. She learned this love of bringing old building back to life from her late father who was a general contractor and civil engineer. But from her mother she has a second passion, the study of paranormal activities. Her occupation brings her and two, four-... more
  • Deadly Conflicts

    by Amy N Showers
    Lilly Clemants thought she had left her previous life behind for a safe new one, but she finds out one cannot truly run from her life when dealing with the Agency. Now she must make sure that she can survive being back in a place she hates, convince others that she is towing the line, and that her ultimate mission isn’t discovered. She also must deal with the love of two men in her life and not break either one of their hearts. All in a day’s work for this little flower while dealing with deadly... more
  • Captor Captive

    by L.J. Kane

    Kidnapped. On the Run. Hunted by a Psychopath. What if you’re with her all the way through to the end? Will Ellie survive? Would you?

    Snatched from her sadistic captor's lair by his own getaway driver, eighteen-year-old student Ellie realizes that she's still kidnapped. As the enigmatic Darren Broderick drives off into the night with the terrified girl beside him, the sadistic Jon Braddon is not far behind.

    Thrown together, o... more

  • The Urge: Who's More Evil, the Pedophile, or the Killer of Pedophiles? (A Devil's Rules Series Novel Book 1)

    by CL Gibson

    The terror was the theft of childhood innocence. It tore the center out of Woody and Vette, and changed their destiny. The terror was also the taking of seven-year-old Alice’s life in the cruelest way possible, leaving eight-year-old Betty alive to remember the nightmare of her friend’s kidnapping and death.

    In The Urge, the families move on but their lives are forever entwined. They know the monsters are no longer under the bed. The monsters live in the cars p... more

  • The Moving Blade

    by Michael Pronko
    When the top American diplomat in Tokyo, Bernard Mattson, is killed, he leaves more than a lifetime of successful Japan-American negotiations. He leaves a missing manuscript, boxes of research, a lost keynote speech and a tangled web of relations. When his alluring daughter, Jamie, returns from America wanting answers, finding only threats, Detective Hiroshi Shimizu is dragged from the safe confines of his office into the street-level realities of Pacific Rim politics. With help from ex-... more
  • Shattered

    by J.M. White
    Dayna Harris thought her problems began in her bedroom. More specifically in her bed, the bed she shared with her husband, Richard, for twenty-six years. The bed where she witnessed Richard cheating on her with a woman half his age. But maybe they really began in the motel room that day. What conjured the dark figure Dayna first glimpsed in the motel mirror? The dark figure that continues to haunt her as her marriage to Richard crumbles. Consumed by Richard’s infidelity, Dayna begins unrav... more
  • Messenger Bags and Murder

    by Dorothy Howell

    Event planner Haley Randolph returns in a new novella.

    Haley must somehow stand out at a prestigious conference—not easy with a celebrity chef marinating in all the attention.  Plus she’s distracted by mouthwatering messenger bags—delectable treats that are up for grabs!

    Family secrets, broken dreams, and old grudges make a recipe for murder!

  • The Winner Maker

    by Jeff Bond
    "An exhilarating and emotionally astute mystery." - Kirkus Reviews Bob Fiske — the 74-year-old dinosaur who’s taught Honors English and coached varsity football for five decades — is missing. To his Winners, class favorites Fiske designated over the years for their potential to “Live Big,” it’s heartbreaking. Fiske did more than inspire with soaring oratory; he supported their ambitions into adulthood. Four of his brightest former stars reunite to find him, putting high-octane careers on h... more
  • THE LEGACY OF BEAUREGARDE

    by Rosa Fedele

     

    You could lose someone down there, couldn’t you? Anyone could get buried under the concrete slab, and no one would even know!’

    The Beauregarde women have lived in the shadow of The Seminary for four generations. And there is nothing conventional about Marcela, or her family.

    When the decadent and obsessive Gordana acquires the iconic Sydney property and invites a television crew to film the building’s transformation into a magnificent showp... more

  • Gray Horizon: A Dr. Whyte Adventure

    by CB Samet
    When Dr. Lillian Whyte learns a nuclear weapon is on the loose in Europe, she collides with a ruthless mercenary from her past. Isolated from her husband, a former CIA operative, Lillian tries to covertly help track the weapon. As she he joins the race to stop the bomb, she is drawn into a deadly game of chase. Despite her efforts, those intent on global catastrophe remain one step ahead of her. As Lillian faces the fears of her past and deadliness of the present, can she secure the future o... more
  • Vanquish of the Dragon Shroud

    by Gregory E. Seller
    Maxine Aronheart is the stunning wife of a handsome and successful Beverly Hills hedge fund manager. A celebratory evening on the company yacht Copious turns to horror as the yacht suddenly explodes and is engulfed in flames. Maxine is thrown overboard by her husband Logan, as Copious is rapidly sinking. He says to her, “You’ll forgive me!” Then, he vanishes. Was he trying to save her or kill her? In the quest to find her husband Logan, Maxine becomes the unwitting target of kidnappers a... more
  • What are Cantilever Umbrellas and its features?

    by Leonard Miller
    Cantilever umbrellas otherwise called balance umbrellas or also known as side mount umbrellas which are excellent. Unique bits of yard furniture that can lift the stylistic layout of a deck or garden space. They appear to glide unsupported noticeable all around. Correct installation of this style umbrella is vital to influencing the entire system to work. Nobody needs the umbrella falling over on grandmother's head in between a windy summer evening. There are a number of approaches to anchor a... more
  • Carbon Replacements (The McAllister Justice Series Book 4)

    by Reily Garrett
    The killer held a knife to her throat—the ultimate decision locked within a dark and deviant gaze. Determined and dedicated, forensic pathologist Remie Tallin validates her talent by detailing a victim’s last moments of life. Returning to Portland signified her new beginning where a psychopathic stalker designates her a pawn in a seductive game of intrigue. The lines between predator and prey blur in hunting a medical genius bent on resetting the laws of nature. Evidence has never failed to... more
  • Borrachero

    by Alyx Gaudio
    Ensnared by her past addictions, Domenica Delgado struggles to find the right path to sobriety in American Falls. With only six months clean, she finds herself drawn to a life of crime in place of her drug of choice. When Domenica meets her new employer at a strip club in Alpine, those thoughts become her reality as she battles with her conscience not to get caught up. But the money she's been promised becomes far too tempting to resist.
  • Goodnight Irene

    by James Scott Byrnside
    Hired to stop a murder at a birthday party, Detective Rowan Manory needs to solve a 20-year-old case to save his client from unwrapping a deadly and perhaps deserved gift of revenge. A baffling locked-room murder and The Great Mississippi Flood of 1927 will make this his most difficult case. All the attendees are potential suspects and potential victims.
  • The Summer of Ice

    by Beverley Hopwood
    Things began to go wrong when Frobisher Bay stays ice locked and ships cannot get in to replenish the diesel fuel or bring much needed food into Iqaluit. As Rosa Mama unravels the story of her husband's death, deceit and denial worm their way into a culture and way of life already made difficult by the environment.

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