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  • The Watcher in the Night

    by Mike Maroney
    Tobias is an Inquisitor of the Watch Cats and patrols the dangerous streets of a big city where the lives of animals and humans are governed by an ancient code. Investigating the brutal murder of three kittens, Tobias uncovers a more sinister and dangerous conspiracy. In a city ripped apart with violence, greed and pollution, it is difficult to know who you can trust. The little crimes of humans, cats, birds and rats are caught up in a bigger game and soon there will be no place to hide from ... more
  • Odonatia (working title)

    by Ana Maria Selvaggio
  • Stalemate

    by Ana Maria Selvaggio

    Paranormal thriller.

  • The Murders on Three Bridges – a Locked-room Mystery

    by Kim Ekemar

    In need of a change of scenery, Detective Inspector Ricardo Arriaga boards Stella Australis for a trip around Tierra del Fuego. Before the ship reaches Cape Horn, the officer alone on the bridge is shot dead while sailing the ship a short distance across a bay. When other officers come rushing to enter the bridge, they found all doors leading to it locked from the inside. With most passengers and crew ashore on an excursion to a glacier and the runaway ship headed for shipwreck on the rocky c... more

  • Escape

    by L.A. Davenport
    John, a doctor grieving for his wife, is recuperating at a glamorous resort in the Eastern Mediterranean where he falls for Jasna, a brilliant young hostess. When she is murdered, he is the only suspect. To clear his name, he teams up with the hotel manager, pitching them into a ruthless world where life is cheap and nothing is what it seems.
  • Carolina Dance

    by Alex Cage
    They took his peace and quiet. He’ll pay them back in fists and bullets… Charlotte, North Carolina. Ex-Special Forces Captain Orlando Black is long overdue for some peace and quiet. So when cops arrest him on the quiet city streets, he struggles to keep his cool against the blatant racial profiling. And after the FBI infiltrates his case, he gets entangled in a criminal conspiracy that could force him to dodge bullets all over again. Managing to exonerate himself and team up with a local p... more
  • Yellowhead Blues

    by R.E. Donald
    Just west of the Rocky Mountains, a frightened horse with a bloody saddle is found running loose on the Yellowhead highway. Former RCMP investigator Hunter Rayne is on the road in his eighteen-wheeler when he’s flagged down to help calm the horse and find its missing rider. The horse with the bloody saddle leads Hunter and a good-natured French Canadian cowboy into a complicated murder mystery.
  • Rainbow Vintner/9781644370834

    by Geza Tatrallyay
    In this international political thriller, Morgan Kenworthy, a Berkeley student studying abroad, uncovers a coup against the government of France. She is a guest of the de Carduzacs, family friends who have a chateau in St. Émilion in France. Soon after she arrives, a bombing at the Brassault Aviation plant kills several ministers. The investigation, led by General Tolbert, the head of French intelligence and friend of Joseph de Carduzac, points to jihadists. However, clues Morgan unearths about ... more
  • The Bartender

    by Brian O'Sullivan
    Olive is a Los Angeles bartender who has been unlucky in love. She hopes that will change when one of the best-looking men she's ever seen walks into her bar. But he’s not what he seems. Austin is tall, charismatic, and compellingly attractive. But unbeknownst to the smitten Olive, Austin is not dating her for her beauty, but merely for her usefulness. He and his childhood friend have set a depraved plan in motion. Becca is a grifter and a con-artist looking for her one big score. She’s found ou... more
  • The Past Never Dies

    by Laura Elvebak
    Matt Langdon has it all. A beloved son in college. An ex-wife who understands him. An exploration business in oil and gas which has shown a profit. Then, suddenly, his investors back out, and he faces bankruptcy. As Matt rushes to meet the one man he believes can help him, he finds an injured girl on the road. If he’s late for his meeting, he could lose his funding. But he can’t leave the unconscious girl. Being a Good Samaritan changes everything when he’s arrested and charged with assaulting h... more
  • Robot Revenge

    by J.J. Chow
    (second in the humorous Winston Wong Cozy Mystery series) Winston Wong, expert seniors’ sleuth, takes on a case in his local neighborhood. When the captain of the block, a reclusive robot inventor, has a fatal fall, Winston suspects foul play. But was it the ambitious events coordinator, the slick banker, the eco activist, or the tiger mom? Just as his girlfriend is called out of town, his bossy sister shows up at his door. Can Winston get his comfy videogaming life back and solve the unn... more
  • Lake of Lies

    by Clark Haberman
    Since leaving his criminal investigators position, CJ Hand has become a thriving community college instructor in northwest Iowa. Finally, he can settle down with his fiancée Dee and have a peaceful future. But all this tranquility rapidly fades: A call from his daughter is unsettling, and suddenly Dee’s life might change with a new job offer. Then, past troubles return and nearly destroy him.
  • Dead Man's Run

    by Clark Haberman
    Looking forward to a brief respite from teaching at a small community college, CJ Hand finds more than quietude. The harrowing experience of the geocache mayhem the past year left him with a want for isolation in the Nebraska Pine Ridge. What he finds is a call for help from his friends. A geologist has disappeared, and a cougar is blamed for the kill of an unknown person. Before he arrives in the Pine Ridge County, CJ is called back to Yankton, South Dakota because his wife to be suffered... more
  • Murder Under A Blue Moon: A 1930s Mona Moon Mystery Book 1

    by Abigail Keam
    Miss Mona is broke. It’s during the Depression, and National Geographic has just turned down her application to join an expedition to the Amazon. What’s she to do? Perhaps get a job as a department store salesgirl. Anything to tide her over until a next assignment. There’s a knock on the door. Who could this be in the middle of the night? Holding a revolver, Mona reluctantly opens her door to a man wearing a Homburg hat and holding a briefcase. “I bring glad tidings. Your Uncle Manfred... more
  • Last Gasp

    by Howard Levine
    Frank Tedeschi’s niece is dead, one of thousands of victims of a terrorist attack, which has been laid at the feet of “Islamic radicals” by a right-wing US government. Frank, based on a chance encounter, is one of the very few people who question the government’s explanation. He is a Vietnam veteran who wants nothing more than to live without further controversy or conflict. Can he and his grieving brother Rob, a detective with the NYPD, obtain the necessary evidence to uncover the truth, in ... more
  • Death and Cupcakes

    by Yvonne Rediger
    Jane Westcott has come home to Musgrave Landing and nothing will be the same again. She has inherited her aunt’s cafe, and a good thing too. Her finances are in a shambles. When her sister receives a letter from their deceased aunt, alluding to finding a key. But where is Jane's letter? The villagers learn the mayor is missing and when Jack Birch finds the mayor, murdered. Jane’s letter is in his coat. Worse, as the investigation unfolds, Jack finds the murder weapon. Turns out it is Jane's ... more