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  • The Divided Twin

    by M. Billiter
    Everyone has a voice in their head. Mine is just a little louder. Identical twins Aaron and Branson Kovak are in their final year of college—Aaron’s in Ohio, while Branson remains in their home state of Wyoming. There’s also the third twin, David, who only exists in one of their minds. Despite the distance between them, Aaron and Branson are united by a turbulent childhood they survived together. As they enter adulthood, David comes out of the shadows to wreak havoc on the real world—his i... more
  • Chasing Clay

    by Lance Charnes
    The feds gave ex-con Matt Friedrich sixty days to find the source of some extraordinary smuggled Southeast Asian antiquities. If he succeeds, his probation's over and he's a free man. If he fails, he thinks the best he can hope for is a return ticket to prison. But he doesn't know the worst of it yet...
  • Edge of Darkness (Darkness Series Book 3)

    by Maria Ann Green
    Tuesday Truman spent half of her life in the dark, knowing nothing of the horrible truth behind her lineage. And now, nearing thirty, she’s still trying to make up for all of the wrongs committed by her parents. She’s awkward, but honest, and because of her past she’s got a real thing for true crime - which lead to her successful podcast on the subject. She and her best friends use their armchair detective skills, and the help of their loyal fans, to study and sometimes even stop the same kinds ... more
  • Who Would Have Thought

    by Barbara Mostella
    Soco & Soco law firm run by four brothers headquartered in Fairbanks, Alaska with offices in the District of Columbia and Atlanta Georgia. The firm has been requested by a client to solve the suicide case of a native Alaskan that was closed three years ago in the District of Columbia after an extensive investigation. Even though it happened in the Washington DC area, evidence found in the state of Georgia has proven beneficial. The brothers knew their best investigator Alphonso, should handle th... more
  • Putin's Useful Idiot

    by Kenyon Kane


    It’s Putin’s side of Moscow, but it’s 1984 when it was the Soviet Union, the USSR, the CCCP, before the Russian Federation, when the hammer and sickle on the red flag meant something sinister and threatening. Back then, Moscow was fresh to Americans, and alluring, our culture, their culture, a romance of cultures. Then it got personal, from new comrades to new lovers, each of them wounded in their own way by their past.


    But Moscow back then wa... more

  • Weight Loss

    by Gerald C. Anderson, Sr.
    The Mark of the Beast comes in many forms. On a dark December day, millions of people disappear, leaving death and destruction behind. Stacy Friday cries out to Jesus, but He refuses to hear her, it’s too late. Stacy is considered pretty, but plump. All her life she struggled with her weight and blamed it for her many failed relationships. It’s no wonder she is depressed. She desires more than anything to make a change that would lead to her losing weight and becoming irresistible to th... more
  • Girl With A Rose: A Gripping Serial Killer Thriller

    by Leslie Wolfe

    Her body is frozen, unable to move. Her eyes are locked on the blood leaving her body in a steady string of droplets, collecting in the bone ash porcelain bowl engraved with intricate gold leaves. Her parted lips let out a shriek that no one hears. He just smiles and wipes her tears with cold fingers.

    The girl: missing

    After fifteen-year-old Kaylee disappears without a trace, FBI Special Agent Tess Winnett is a... more

  • Emergency Powers

    by James McCrone
    The accidental president is no accident. The investigation that was FBI Agent Imogen Trager’s undoing may be the key to stopping a brutal, false flag terrorist attack meant to tighten a puppet president’s grip on power. There's a ripped-from-the-headlines feel: a jaded, cynical electorate, a fractious FBI, an undermined Attorney General, powerful people exploiting and twisting the rule of law. But it's more than headlines about things people think they know. And it's darker - a story of corrup... more
  • Rising Wind: The Thunder Beings

    by Diane Olsen
    When impassioned paleontologist Secora James is summoned to South America to confirm or dispel rumors of a creature long-thought extinct, she lands herself in more trouble than she had ever imagined. Secora knows that the Mapinguari, a giant ground sloth that rivals King Kong for size, is probably just a local myth dreamed up by the indigenous tribes. Or is it? Gideon Yellow Thunder is Montana’s top real estate broker and is perfectly content with his modern life, choosing to leave behind... more
  • Deviously Sincere, Volume 1

    by Alayna Hallward
    Agent Tilda Wain is trying to capture an elusive serial killer. This killer believes that he is saving women by purifying them with his methods. In order to catch this killer, Tilda seeks out the help of another killer who targeted women. Getting information from Hyde comes at a cost. As she continues her hunt, Tilda soon risks losing more than her honor.
  • St. Petersburg White

    by Gregory Randall

    Moscow schemes as Iowa burns.

    Once again Alex Polonia must travel to a region of the world where governments play dice with the lives of their citizens.

    Everything is connected now. A disease in a remote village becomes widespread contagion. A trigger is pulled, and bombs drop half a world away. A computer program is activated and encrypted data kills hundreds. A war game becomes reality.

    Alex Polonia, security specialist with Teton Security and Defense, is handed a new oper... more

  • The Labyrinth in Winter

    by Michael Jeffery Blair

    "A rich, intriguing and nuanced novel — intense, insightful and authentic." 
    A body floating in the Harlem River. A phone call asking for help. A call that leads government lawyer Devlin Wolfe into the murky world of dark money and Wall Street, and behind the scenes of the glittering Metropolitan Opera where everything is seemingly linked together — the murder of a top financial figure, the laundering of illegal funds into a political ... more

  • The Procurator Fiscal

    by Viktoria King
    Some jobs put good people in bad situations. I'm sharing horrid things that happen to good people. It's a difficult path to walk - steel yourself.
  • Not Very PC

    by Alan Craig

    Not Very PC




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    A Synopsis





    DS MARK McMANUS is a young, single detective, with a great clear-up rate for his cases.,but he is bored and frustrated by the low level crime he has to deal with.

    The murder of a boatyard owner sees him transferred to a Major Investigation Team, giving him the challenge he has been waiting for. He is excited by the opportuni... more

  • Resurrection

    by Rob Lockett

    In the beginning there was Adam.... A world-weary global backpacker working as a bartender in Southern England; his life starts to take a series of downward turns and his thoughts start to become dark, very dark. Supernatural forces are circling Adam and he makes a deal that will see him play host to one of the most demonic antagonists to grace the pages of history. His world is quickly overtaken as he bears witness to a series of encounters that will set off a chain of terrifying events in b... more

  • Delusions of Clarity

    by Vern Bryk
    Karl Jommers is a genial, straight-talking police psychologist who is keenly attuned to the problems of cops yet blind to his own. His usual laidback self-assurance is shattered when a cop friend, tormented by secrets, goes berserk and is needlessly shot by an Internal Affairs detective. Department policy requires a post-incident psychological evaluation for the detective, an enigmatic, mercurial woman with a persecution complex. Shockingly, she shows no remorse, believing that the victi... more