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  • The Midwife's In Town

    by Kate Jessica Raphael
    The future is now. Roe v. Wade is history. Abortion is becoming illegal state by state, with the South leading the way. Virginia is the latest domino to fall. Mollie O’Shay, a retired nurse-midwife from California, packs her bags for Richmond to work in an underground abortion clinic. She starts seeing clients an hour after she steps off the plane. Soon she meets Toni, an alluring, possibly gun-toting anthropology professor. But Mollie isn’t quite who she appears to be, and secrets from her past... more
  • Blue Haven

    by Lisa King
    Welcome to Blue Haven, the world's most lucrative condo corporation, so exclusive that only five lucky residents live in this lush, tropical paradise, housed in a top-secret location. Among them is twenty-five-year-old Aloe Malone, an introvert and former waitress who traded bussing tables for lengthy sleep-ins, ocean dips, Michelin-star restaurants, spectacular sunsets, and unlikely new friends-all thanks to a spurious lottery win. Life's good. Damn good. That is, until Aloe discovers a jou... more
  • The Orientation of Dylan Woodger: A Central New York Crime Story

    by Chiuba Obele
    Dylan Woodger is a college student who is captured and tortured by the mafia. After amnesia obscures the last three years of his life, Dylan learns that he has stolen three million dollars from a ruthless mafia boss. When, how, and why – he doesn’t remember. But someone betrayed him and gave him a drug that erased his memory. He was then given over to be tortured. Determined to recover his memory, Dylan begins delving into the events of the past. But as each new piece of the puzzle falls into pl... more
  • If She Wakes (Harlow Book 2)

    by Erik Therme

    My name is Tess Parker.

    Two days ago, I was in a car accident with my sister-in-law, Torrie. Before she slipped into a coma, she asked my husband and me to care for her four-month-old son, Levi.

    Yesterday, a woman claiming to be Torrie’s estranged sister knocked on our door. But Torrie has no siblings . . . or so she said. She and my brother were only together a short time before he left, and Torrie has clearly been keeping secrets.

    Today, another of Torrie’s &ld... more

  • Jenny Black

    by Travis Myers and Natasha Myers Marsiguerra
    A polar vortex grabs New York City by the throat, and leaves it almost motionless with its deep freeze. In its wake, a young woman's body is discovered near the East River, frozen solid. With no ID, no Missing Persons report matching her description, and no clues except for a wooden drink token in her jacket pocket, Detective Tommy Keane must find the answers. Did she commit suicide? Was this a homicide? Or was it possibly just a horrific accident? Detective Keane, as always, is determined to ... more
  • The Camellia Manifest

    by Brittany Severn
    Sisters Echo and Ava know about loss, but now they are about to lose everything… Grieving the loss of their grandmother, Echo and Ava only have each other now. On the day of her funeral, catastrophe strikes as natural disasters begin to rip the Earth apart. The world is coming to an end, but there may be hope. Teaming up with some unlikely allies, including an apocalypse obsessed radio host, the sisters seek safety. With the world in chaos, it won’t be an easy journey and they are in for a he... more
  • Edge of Insanity

    by B.J. Woster
    Maria Bartonelli was the witness that the family couldn't kill so they locked her away where they thought the FBI could never find her. Decades later, there are those who are interested in Maria's fate, as well as the mysteries surrounding the place in which she lived; but those who get too close find themselves pushed to the edge of insanity.
  • Killing Faith

    by B.J. Woster
    Detective Inspector Melissa Lloyd of the Leeds police wanted nothing more than to prove her worth by solving a high-profile murder which took place on British soil; however, she never thought she'd be heading to a foreign country with a priest in tow to face off with a hyper-suspicious mafia boss who uses acid as a means of silencing people who get in his way. Now, with no back up from the Aussie police, Melissa and Father Fildew find themselves on the run with nowhere to hide.
  • Desires of a Deceiver

    by Barbara Woster
    Alana is a young woman, unblessed in physical attributes. When her cousin, Iliamna, comes to live with her family, it sparks within Alana a deep-seated hatred and a burning desire to rid herself of a woman far more beautiful. The result of Alana's actions causes Iliamna to face more trials in her young life than she's faced before.
  • 36 Hours

    by B.J. Woster
    ​Will more unwilling participants be lost to Christian’s brutality or can the detectives follow his perverse directives before time slips away? Christian Price is a scientist who suffered a tragedy unsolved by local police. In an effort to right that which he perceives is wrong, he begins to execute experiments in different cities to test the response times of law enforcement agencies. Detective Hardwick is a thirty-year veteran of the Atlanta Police Department. He and his fellow officers, wh... more
  • A Disturbing Nature

    by Brian Lebeau
    When FBI Chief Investigator Francis Palmer and Maurice Lumen’s paths collide, a dozen young women are already dead—bodies strewn in the woods across southern New England. Crippled by the loss of their families and haunted by mistakes, they wrestle with skeletons and ghosts neither understands. Who is destined to pay for the sins of their fathers, and who will pay for their own? Under a celebrity veneer, the Beast in Palmer simmers. Called back from an investigation that’s gone dry in Seattle... more
  • I Escaped The Haunted Winchester House

    by Scott Peters and Ellie Crowe

    Bestselling authors Ellie Crowe and Scott Peters tackle the mysterious Winchester House during the 1906 San Francisco earthquake in this latest installment of the trailblazing I Escaped series.

    15-year-old Jesse longs to be a famous news photographer. What better way to get started than by sneaking into the haunted Winchester House and snapping photos of the weird place? But once inside, Jesse and his friends become lost on staircases that lead to nowhere and in hallway mazes ... more

  • Love Dies Twice

    by Barbara Wilson
    Cassandra Reilly, the Irish-American translator and amateur sleuth, shares a flat in London with her long-time friend, retired bassoonist Nicky Gibbons. Their lives are disrupted when Cassandra attends a lecture on the beguines, laywomen who lived in sisterhood in thirteenth-century Belgium. The beguines were the subject of a popular historical mystery series by Stella Terwicker who died ten years before, but whose literary estate is still creating problems for those who knew her, including her ... more
  • In Place of Strife

    by Elizabeth Reinach
    Five people are employed in a Management Unit in an English Council. Most have insecurities, sexual and personal. They are drawn into a maelstrom of issues to solve, drug running, brothels in the housing department, murder, and fascism. How do they help solve these problems, and become the people they wish to be?
  • Death in Paris

    by Kate Darroch
    Màiri Maguire teaches in top schools all over the world, and runs into murderous mayhem everywhere she goes Màiri is travelling to Paris with her friend Lianna. On the train from Le Havre, Lianna spots the Income Tax Inspector who sent her a ruinous tax bill, Charlie Stout. "Let me at him!" Lianna rages "I'll strangle him!" That night, Stout is strangled and his dead body thrown from the Eiffel Tower. Lianna is the prime suspect. The gendarmes lock her up. In 7 days time, Màiri must be in I... more
  • A Death Observed

    by K P Darroch