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  • Molls Like It Hot

    by Darren Dash
    Eyrie Brown used to serve in the Army, until a tragic loss forced him to return to civilian life earlier than planned. Now he drives one of London's iconic black cabs. On a dark, wet night, he gives a lift to a wounded gangster, and everything changes from that point on. When the gangster gets in touch some time later, offering Eyrie a small fortune if he will take care of a mysterious young woman for a few nights, Eyrie is suspicious and hesitant. He can see trouble ahead, but the money wil... more
  • Breaking Ava Lake

    by K. P. Ambroziak

    From as far back as Nolon can remember, he has been under Alexander’s rule. Ever since they were children, and Alexander watched him accidentally kill a man. He got away with the murder only to find himself serving a different kind of life sentence, as the plaything to Alexander’s whims.

    Alexander’s demands have always been unreasonable, but now as a colleague in Nolon’s father’s law firm, he is making Nolon’s life untenable. Nolon knows he won’... more

  • The Naked Truth: A Humorous Romantic Mystery (Emily Potens Mysteries Book 2)

    by Maggie Aldrich
    The love of her life. A mysterious note. An uninvited guest. What do these things all have in common? They show up at Emily Potens’ wedding. Emily’s parents died two years ago in a tragic one-car accident. No witnesses. No bodies. Just a car pulled from the bayou. Ready to settle into her comfortable new life after that tumultuous time, the arrival of a strange note— supposedly penned by her father—makes Emily holler out a big “What the #$@%*?!” Are her parents alive? If so, why are... more
  • Serf and Turf: A Silicon Valley Mystery (Book 3)

    by Marc Jedel
    He's afraid of losing his girlfriend. But maybe he should be more concerned about the dead body she's crying over? Marty Golden can barely string a voicemail message together, let alone keep up with his new love. This quirky uncle's hectic Silicon Valley lifestyle needs a reboot when a youth league soccer game becomes a murder scene. And nothing can stop him from donning his amateur sleuth uniform when he discovers his sweetheart used to have quite a thing for the dead guy ... With a not-s... more
  • Death on the Danube: a Bella Sarver Mystery

    by Barbara Lipkin

    "The past is never dead. It's not even past." William Faulkner said it first, but Bella realizes how true that sentiment is while visiting the Belvedere Museum in Vienna and viewing examples of “degenerate art,” so-defined by Adolph Hitler back in the 1930’s.  In fact, reminders of the Nazi era are everywhere in Eastern Europe, and Bella finds that the events of that time are still exerting their influence t... more

  • ill-fated

    by Jody Wenner
    When Shana’s father joins a cult, she tries to find someone, anyone who will help her. Unsuccessful, she takes on the monumental task of fixing it herself. Eventually, she gets some support from the families of the other followers. Adding to her problems, the person she connects with the most is the leader’s son. She figures that's the worst of it, until the rest of the group is found dead, and her dad is charged with eleven counts of first-degree murder and arson. With the trial looming, everyt... more
  • Vengeance: When All That's Left Is Revenge

    by Frank McRae
    After successfully stopping one of the Midwest’s most heinous serial killers Mark Shaw, Inspector Ed Cassidy finds himself on the short list for Lieutenant. The celebration of his promotion would be short lived however, as the deceased serial killer’s torch was picked up by a zealous admirer. She seeks justice for Shaw’s demise by flawlessly executing a diabolical plan while taking on the persona of a black widow spider leaving no witness behind. The scorned lover is a brilliant chemical enginee... more
  • The Hour of Fatality

    by LeAnne McKinley
    Thornfield Hall is not the only mansion hiding a perilous secret. Charlotte Brontë's literary heroine, Jane Eyre, is newly married to Mr. Rochester, but her honeymoon bliss is marred when a dangerous outbreak of typhoid fever threatens her life. To escape their disease-ridden house, Mr. Rochester departs with her to the nearest refuge open to them: Ingram Park, home of the haughty and beautiful Blanche Ingram. Jane isn't expecting a warm reception from her aristocratic hosts, but she hardl... more
  • OCCUPATIONAL HAZARD: An Al and Mick Forte Story

    by Alex S. Avitabile
    OCCUPATIONAL HAZARD introduces two cousins, Al Forte and Mick Forte, one an attorney and the other a semi-reformed Mafioso, who both grew up back in the day on the mean streets of South Brooklyn. In this Brooklyn tale, this odd couple team up against a powerful and conniving bully to seek justice for a woman who says the bully impregnated her and fathered a child.
  • Father Moriarty & the Exorcism of Strzok

    by Rayfiel G Mychal
    From the diary of Father Angelo Moriarty comes the story of his struggle with a demon known as Strzok. Find out who Father Moriarty and Strzok are and how they shaped human history. This book covers his complete battle with Strzok and the tragedies that he endured along the way. Learn the different techniques that exorcists, including Father Moriarty, use during exorcisms and the danger that come with each one of them. Father Moriarty shows us how true evil exists in the world and how demon... more
  • The Girl Who Loved Caravaggio

    by Belle Ami
    Her visions guide her to the truth, but sometimes the truth is better left dead… On May 28, 1606, in Rome Italy, Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio fights a duel to first blood against the powerful pimp, Ranuccio. When the duel turns deadly, Caravaggio flees Rome and spends the rest of his life as a fugitive. On October 18, 1969, Caravaggio's masterpiece, the Nativity, is stolen from a church in Palermo, Sicily. Considered one of the greatest art thefts in history, the painting is still missing... more
  • One and One Is One

    by S. T. Byra
    Grady Pearson has always been different. He?s an outsider, not really belonging anywhere. With an English father and American mother, he feels in-between, not sure of his place around other children. In their new home, Grady does eventually make friends, but things go terribly wrong as bullying escalates to an event that almost kills him. The childhood trauma of his pre-teen years permanently and fundamentally changes him. He begins to see enemies all around?but Grady?s pain has only just begun ... more
  • Now It's Inescapable

    by Bill McCausland
    He became self-deceptive and then had a realization. Dr. Glen Coyle used to be an artist at what he does. In his office is a hand sculpture given by a patient whose hand he reattached. These days, though, Glen is doing his best to keep his hands from shaking. He?s on the run constantly ? from pharmaceuticals he?s supposed to be prescribing for his patients. His wife is about to leave him. The DEA comes to pay him a visit. But when he?s called before the hospital board, he knows his days of runni... more
  • Danger in the House

    by Dusty J. Miller
    The fourth and final book in the Alice Ott mystery series, tackles current dangers present throughout the U.S. Alice and her crime-solving crew are committed to challenging injustice without losing their sense of humor. Danger in the House takes us on the breath-stopping journey of undocumented immigrants seeking sanctuary, a nurse facing racial profiling, and a mysterious teen unsafe in his own home.
  • CCNA Wireless

    by Sushanth p
    A Cisco Certified Network Associate Wireless professional will configure, implement and support wireless LANs. These professionals provide the necessary support for a basic enterprise wireless network on Cisco WLAN
  • One Eighty

    by Milt Mays


    Can an off-kilter doctor and private investigator save his true love from killing more women and destroying the NFL?

    Once a pro-prospect quarterback, Var becomes a doctor instead and joins the Navy, helping Marines in Iraq. But an IED ends his career, sending him minus one leg and one arm, and a scrambled brain back to his home in the Front Range of Colorado. Mirror and music therapy, usually one-hundred-eighty-second rock songs, helps his phantom limb pain and depression. Yet his... more

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