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  • Among the Ashes

    by C.L. Brees

    HIS HUSBAND, SEBASTIAN, DISAPPEARED TWO YEARS AGO. JUST AS HIS LIFE IS ON THE UP-SWING, EVERYTHING BEGINS TO SPIRAL OUT OF CONTROL.

    As one of the most up-and-coming criminal defense attorneys in St. John's, Newfoundland, Caleb Winters has virtually everything anybody could hope for: incredible friends, a new lover, and nearly perfect record of crushing his foe, Crown Prosecutor Andrew Murphy, in court.

    An early morning phone call on the day of his closing submissions dredges up fa... more

  • Secrets in the Woods: An Emilia Long Mystery

    by J.E. Smythe
    Emilia Long is an investigative reporter from New York City. After reading documents left for her by her adopted mother, Emilia learned that she was left abandoned as an infant at a Brooklyn hospital. The discovery led Emilia on a journey to find her birth mother. The search took her from New York to a small town in North Caroline. Upon her arrival, she learned that her birth mother disappeared months before her birth and that the disappearance was linked to a murder. With the key suspect in ... more
  • A Step Ahead of Death

    by Scott McPherson
    Jack Sharp is just an ordinary family physician living in Nebraska. As a former missionary and military physician, his background is anything but ordinary, but he finds quiet satisfaction in the normal routine of a simple life. However, his uncomplicated life is thrown into chaos when he discovers the body of a murdered young woman dumped beside a bike path. Jack finds himself juggling the drama of the murder investigation with the concerns of his patients and his medical practice. His medic... more
  • Rose Scented Murder

    by Jill Paterson
    The Adelphi Theatre is about to close its doors for the last time when Howard Greenwood’s lifeless form is found on the floor of his dressing room shrouded in long-stemmed red roses. Was this the act of a killer looking to ridicule the celebrated actor or did it reflect a darker connotation for his murder? DCI Fitzjohn questions the significance of the roses as layer upon layer of Howard’s life unfolds to reveal a man fixated on revenge for his wife’s death and a predator who will stop at not... more
  • A Decent Lie

    by S. E. Steele
    Sarah is a Mormon pioneer coming of age in a polygamous family during the 1880s and finds herself desperately wanting a husband. She loves the dashing, yet unestablished, bachelor Beckam, but her parents force her to marry the wealthy and powerful Joseph instead. He already has two wives, a family and is well-known in the community. Sarah quickly learns to fear her forceful, unfeeling husband, all the while developing an all-too-close relationship with the alluring sister-wife, Elizabeth. Sarah ... more
  • The Sin Eater

    by Lee McIntyre
    HOW FAR WOULD YOU GO TO SAVE YOUR CHILD? What if Child Protective Services knocked on your door late one evening and threatened to take your child, based on a complaint from your new nanny? Adam Grammaticus is a high-tech executive in Portland, Oregon, who grew up in a trailer park on the wrong side of town, but now lives the good life with his wife Kate and daughter Emma in Lake Oswego. When CPS shows up at his door one night, Adam has to fight back shock waves upon hearing the incredibl... more
  • Sweet Dreams, Baby Belle

    by Kim Carter

    Book One of The Series

    "A Clara and Iris Mystery"

    "Not all that Glitters is Gold" as waitress Lizzie Headrick thought ...She had finally met her prince charming in Dr. Grant Chatsworth. She was young and in love, and their quick courtship ended with the four carat diamond engagement ring of her dreams. 

    Now residing in one of Buckhead’s finest estates, Lizzie soon learns all that glitters is not gold. Her handsome husband, a... more

  • Murder Among The Tombstones

    by Kim Carter
    Book Two of Series "A Clara and Iris Mystery" When Atlanta homicide detectives are called in to investigate the murder of a nineteen-year-old girl found dumped in historic Oakland Cemetery, they immediately begin working the case. But with no leads to follow, and their case log growing larger by the day, the murder quickly grows cold. Desperate to keep the investigation of her deceased sister going, Ginger Baines hires two novice sleuths to solve the case. Widowed, well into their seve... more
  • Everything is Different and Nothing is the Same

    by Darcy Fray
    No one ever expects their life to go from zero to suck in a matter of weeks, but when a lethal global pandemic strikes, that’s exactly what happens to fifteen-year-old Ripley Beasley. Her mother was just cremated, her father isn’t far behind, and her beloved hometown of Los Angeles is rapidly disintegrating into a lawless, urban wasteland. When two strangers come looking for Ripley at her dying father’s bedside, she’s forced to go on the run, fleeing an umbral organization with a seemingly u... more
  • Bula Bridge (Galiwee Visions Book 2)

    by J Drew Brumbaugh
    Tommy Galiwee has visions. In Bula Bridge he is faced with an even more frightening look into the future than his first vision and it has him wishing he’d never found this ability. The vision hints at a plot to kill the families living in a quiet Northeastern Ohio town on Christmas Eve. What can be done to stop it?
  • All the Dying Children

    by James Halpin
    When the gruesome death of a popular teenage girl is caught on a video that goes viral, authorities discover a cryptic link between suicides that have been plaguing local high school students. Erik Daly is a newspaper reporter with a haunted past who is determined to get to the bottom of the suicide cluster — before the body count rises. In his journey through the dark underbelly of the former coal towns of Northeastern Pennsylvania, Daly is forced to confront his personal demons as he comes fac... more
  • The Officially Unofficial Files of Dr. Gordon B. Gray

    by Darcy Fray
    Twenty-three year old wunderkind professor, Dr. Gordon B. Gray has it all, a Nobel Prize, tenure at Caltech University and looks that make women swoon. Last night he was tossing frozen pumpkins off the library roof and today -- well -- he’s saving the world. When twenty-two of Dust, West Virginia’s twenty-three inhabitants disappear into thin air, U.S. Army Lieutenant General John Wilkinson resorts to enlisting the brilliant young professor, who quickly finds himself caught in an internationa... more
  • Kings of the Earth

    by Christopher Stanton

    The lonely Michigan surfing town of Great Water has a long history of inexplicable occurrences. A shocking double murder and suicide there in 1918 still draws tourists who want to see the house where Jack Spivey went mad. But that is only the best-known event in a long list of unsolved disappearances and peculiar events in this paranormal epicenter.

     

    November 2000: Three people try to survive the weekend when a strange portal opens in the woods near Spivey Point, pulling uns... more

  • Fightgirl

    by Tony Clark
  • Fightgirl

    by Tony Clark

    FIGHTGIRL is a crime/mystery story of a fearless woman who seeks revenge against her evil tormentor. Subjectively, it is a retelling of the New Testament.

  • The Camel Driver: A Harry Przewalski Novel

    by Leonard Krishtalka
    Arab Courier Attacked by Lions, a world-famous diorama at the Carnegie Museum, is vandalized in the middle of the night—the glass smashed, the belly of the taxidermied camel slit open. Police find bits of flesh and fiber in the sand below. The flesh is from an infant, the fibers from an oiled cloth used to mummify cadavers. The diorama depicts the sudden, ferocious attack by two Barbary lions on a Bedouin courier crossing the Sahara on a dromedary. It was created by a French taxidermist and ... more

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