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  • Out to Get Me

    by Jeffrey A. Cooper

    Toni has five million dollars stashed in the back of her BMW that she needs to save her kidnapped husband Sam’s life.  The money is the payoff from Sam and his partner’s brazen robbery of an underworld courier early this morning.

    She's being chased through the deserted streets of pandemic-era Los Angeles by the tenacious courier; a desperate, violent killer who is willing to go to any extreme to get the money back and take their revenge on the robbers.

    Everyon... more

  • Remember My Name

    by Laurencia Hoffman
    Dark and twisted secrets mar Shane Coulter's skin, and darken his fragile heart. Yet he keeps his nightmarish truth hidden from all those he holds dear with a smart mouth and abrasive attitude. His first love, Callan Reid, refuses to accept Shane's tough exterior. Convinced something truly horrific lurks beneath Shane's defenses, Callan vows to uncover the truth. But some things are better left buried. As darkness from the past threatens to be brought to light, there are those who would ki... more
  • Richter's War: Case of the Ghostly Seance

    by Daniel P. Douglas
    A Spirited Tale about a Frightful Plot to Control the Future! The hunt for nefarious Nazi spies in Los Angeles during World War II just took another paranormal turn, which means hardboiled detective Geno Richter is on the case and soon embroiled in wartime action, mystery, and suspense... A stakeout at the Los Angeles Central Library ensnares Geno Richter in the roots of a deadly conspiracy stretching back to the dawn of civilization. Soon, the enemy's real motives emerge after they awaken... more
  • Born to Die

    by Lee Faulkner

    Nick Saten, ex Special Forces Commando, recovering from wounds sustained during a sabotaged operation, receives a plea for help from a colleague from the past.
    Someone is trying to steal an object, hidden for over 100 years, that is capable of sustaining immense amounts of energy that, in the wrong hands, could cause global mass destruction.
    Nick is recruited into DAHRT, a secretive branch of MI6 and , together with his new team, must stop the person who intends to use this power fo... more

  • Free Book Review- Prior Restraint, ISBN 979-8715232755

    by Stephen McGuire
    " Prior Restraint"--America's most famous news anchor is brutally murdered by terrorists, and the entire media establishment is paralyzed by the fear of who may be next. Seemingly overnight, a pernicious wave of self-censorship grips the airwaves, and no one dares to further criticize religious fanaticism. A corrupt Senator, intoxicated by ambition and greed, exploits the ensuing chaos, while a tenacious, young reporter risks her career and her life to uncover the truth. "Prior Restraint" is a c... more
  • Free Book Review Fractured Power ISBN 979-8808498570

    by Stephen McGuire
    "Fractured Power" is a dark and haunting psychological thriller about Aiden Fletcher; a young man who comes from humble origins and uses his extraordinary ambition and devious ingenuity to fulfill his inevitable destiny and reach the pinnacle of power in Washington, DC. As a newly elected District Attorney whose office investigates a rash of murders of young women in Knoxville, Tennessee, he uses his position to manipulate the evidence while pursuing a serial killer whose arrest and trial put... more
  • No Good Deed

    by Maggie Casteen
    In this third installment, Kathy has finally achieved her dream of being an investigator, and an investigator for defense lawyer Bailey Clark, no less. With Chase Wagner found not guilty, Kathy now turns her attention to locating Charlie, their only eyewitness to what really happened. Problems arise when it turns out Kathy is not the only one looking for Charlie, a sinister shadow lurking about tracking him too. Meanwhile, Dr. Hamilton is pressing forward with the reinvestigation into his wife'... more
  • For the Minds and Wills of Men

    by Jeff Lanier
    Manhattan, 1953. Fear of communist subversion and espionage are tearing America apart. Abstract expressionism is on the verge of exploding, making New York the cultural epicenter of the world. While recovering a stolen Jackson Pollock for a wealthy client, art insurer Will Oxley falls for the client’s daughter, Liz Bower, who leads him deep into the rebellious and seductive world of the abstract expressionist painters, their Village bar haunts and East Hampton binges. But when Will learns the pa... more
  • Tycho Brahe Secret

    by Trygve E. Wighdal
    A bad-ass fourteen-year-old cypher-punk girl seeks the help of a renegade Nobel laureate in physics and a 16th century alchemist in a last-ditch struggle to rescue her little brother from certain death—and humanity along with it. The richest man in history, Winston Varga, is a wicked purveyor of bliss and digital fantasies, an omnipotent ruler of all lives with a dark plan for humanity. And he has set his deadly plan in motion, which no one can stop. Except, perhaps, his nemesis: a bad-ass ... more
  • Faded Lines

    by C.D. Paul
    An International Romantic Thriller that touches on two lives and the decisions that have affected their course of action in the world they live. Meet Maya Singh, a physician who works with Doctor's Without Borders, divorced for two years and is still unable to come to terms with it. Meet Azar al Faid, an actor but also one who has ties to a terrorist group and the world of illegal arms trade. Both meet by chance, unexpectedly sparking a flame between them but one which neither is sure can last.
  • The Power of Rain

    by Rosalie Rayburn
    A tough young reporter in the fictional city of Las Vistas, New Mexico Elizabeth “Digger” Doyle has a nose for uncovering political intrigue at city hall. And there’s plenty of that in a town where developers call the shots. When an environmental activist group contacts Digger about their campaign to stop a road that threatens a historic Spanish chapel, Digger is determined to expose how encroaching sprawl development is damaging the fragile landscape. She hadn’t counted on falling for protest l... more
  • To Pay Paul

    by Michael Scott Curnes
    Seamus Quinlan is a geophysicist with a problem neighbor that also happens to be his employer—the Manhattan Project’s once top-secret Hanford Nuclear Site, currently the largest radioactive waste cleanup project anywhere on the planet. After Seamus’s father succumbs to the cancer that killed the rest of his family, Seamus attempts to make something of the family’s barren acreage, while overseeing ground stability assessments for the Department of Energy in a region whose past was riddled by b... more
  • Ohana

    by Sally Royer-Derr

    Mandy’s life has become a complex labyrinth following the tragic death of her husband and twin daughters. Despondent and depressed, she withers away in a drunken haze on a glorious Maui beach, longing to turn back time, plagued by strange dreams of her family.

    Even with her in this state, handsome surfer, Chase, cannot stop thinking about the mystery woman he sees lying on the beach every morning, and he befriends her.

    A relationship is the last thing she wants, but will it ... more

  • An American Conspiracy

    by Alan C. Moore
    When Representative Madison Gladstone's first term in Congress is interrupted by the shocking suicide of her longtime mentor, she won't rest until she discovers the reasons behind his death. Pursuing answers, Madison partners with an enigmatic FBI agent who harbors his own agenda. As the investigation continues a cryptic message emerges that forces Madison to put her career and life on the line. Coordinated terrorist attacks by a mysterious cabal are pushing the global economy into a downward... more
  • Once Upon A Predator (Dark Amusements #1)

    by Alex Loch

    “A real page turner. Read it in one sitting. Can’t wait for the next one. Write FASTER please!” —Lynsay Sands

    Picture this…
    A lovely fall day where the reds, oranges and yellows of the turning leaves makes the quiet residential street look like it’s on fire. Movement to the left draws your eye. Someone is standing in the middle of a yard talking to a woman framed in the window of a two-story home. They’re completely wrapped up in their con... more

  • Emerald Greed

    by Brian Ray Brewer

    Finalist as both a thriller and first novel at the 2023 Next Generation Indie Book Awards

    Emerald Greed is an adventure set in the Pantanal, vast, inhospitable wetlands in the center of South America at the headwaters of the Rio Paraguay. This book tells of the emerald trade, cocaine smuggling and of politics as practiced in Brazil. The story begins with Jack Tate in Rio de Janeiro, working to reestablish the industry contacts he had prior to leaving for Africa to trade in the