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  • The Company of Thieves

    by Fergus Anthony

    A dark tale of power, corruption, and how far some people will go to preserve their empire.

    Master thief, Jack Higgins, has just pulled off the crime of his life - he has stolen the Whitely Diamond and left irrefutable proof of the theft. That’s what he was hired to do, and that’s how he should have left it. But instead of handing it over, Jack gives the diamond to charity, and a few days later the government catch up with him. Jack is offered a deal: help catch a major inte... more

  • The Injection

    by DL Jones
    The only thing to save two old friends from death may also be what kills them. Mr. Peters is a successful business owner. Other than dealing with a recent rash of break-ins, he lives a very satisfying life. That was until a childhood friend and brilliant scientist paid him a visit. While the two friends had a troubled past, not speaking for ten years, the reunion was a happy one. That happiness quickly took a wrong turn as their lives are threatened. Now held captive, the use of an expe... more
  • Elegy to Murder

    by Priscilla Royal
    May 1283. The roads near Tyndal Priory are filled with joyful pilgrims, but not all is happy in the village and priory. Signy, the innkeeper, is quarreling with her suddenly rebellious foster son. Gytha, Crowner Ralf’s wife, is in failing health, but her hisband is hunting smugglers on the remote East Anglian coast. Brother Thomas remains aloof and depressed after the events in the last book. But Prioress Eleanor cannot offer sympathy or guidance because a pilgrim is murdered near her priory wal... more
  • The New Zealand Cartel

    by Leilani Graceffa

    Being a detective is usually a safe job. Not anymore, for her.

    Detective Blake Auley and her colleague, Matthew Torres, attend a ballroom party downtown Halifax, Nova Scotia, in hopes of catching a reported drug lord.

    After Blake gets distracted during the investigation, their hopes of catching someone are eventually let down, leaving the party with empty handcuffs. Blake goes to take a quick restroom break, discovering her phone is missing.

    She immediately ... more

  • Zrada: A Carson Action Thriller

    by Lance Charnes
    A brutal betrayal leaves ex-cop Carson far inside war-torn eastern Ukraine with a suitcase full of cash and a huge target on her back. Now she has to survive the only way out.
  • The North Wind Descends

    by N.L. Holmes
    Hani doesn’t know what to make of it when the king starts honoring him, but he must still find the man who killed a foreign ambassador right under the roof of the Egyptian commissioner in Kumidi—a man whose past intersects bizarrely with Hani’s. And then, the queen of the new coregent has a special task for him which may involve dragging Hani’s nineteen-year-old daughter into court politics. He must find a way to see justice done and yet protect his family… and his conscience.
  • The Boy in the Gutter

    by John Triptych
    1947: While Los Angeles is mesmerized by the sensational Black Dahlia murder, an Asian boy’s mutilated body is found in a back alley of Chinatown. With the thoroughly corrupt LAPD unwilling to devote their already strained resources to cracking the case, it seems this grisly crime is destined to remain unsolved. Tommy “Dapper” Luoo, a Chinese American college student, has dreams of becoming a private detective. Incensed and frustrated by the police’s lack of concern, he decides to help his co... more
  • I Killed A Man In Madrid

    by Peter Viele
    In the quiet desert night, a murderer confesses to a Spanish police officer in a remote station just outside of Madrid, Spain. The cold, methodical confession unnerves the unprepared officer. The young American man has no business in this part of Spain but why has he come here to confess and who did he murder? The jarring violence gives way to a far more sinister misdeed as the plot, told in a nonlinear style, unfolds and the true nature of the crime, involving big pharmaceutical executives, a n... more
  • Psychopath's Diary Vol.I

    by Kirill Khrestinin
    It was a cold, rainy night when I came home and found a package on my front porch. The sender’s name and address were missing from the label. I opened the package and discovered inside of it a manuscript titled “Psychopath’s Diary Vol. I” I was instantly pulled into the mind of a serial killer and introduced to a reality that far surpassed any definition of normal in today’s society. “Psychopath’s Diary Vol. I” is the essence of taboo. It can only be described as a poetry of violence. A symphony... more
  • APEX

    by Tyler Michael

    A camping trip gone wrong as a mysterious stranger and an ominous competition leave three friends in a race for survival.

    Chris, Kevin and Kate wake up in a rugged wilderness far from their planned campsite. Their gear nowhere to be found, the three friends are left to make do with nothing but a pack of matches, water canteen, and strange devices displaying a fast approaching countdown fastened around their wrists.

    In their search for answers and a way home, the friends quickly di... more

  • Eminent Domain

    by Ronald R Johnson
    Carson Street is a close-knit neighborhood where everyone looks out for everyone else... until a TV production crew arrives, announcing that they must compete against each other on a new reality show called Eminent Domain. Only one house will be left standing when the show is over; all the others will be destroyed. But they don't just have each other to worry about; they must also compete against Victor's Summit, the gated community towering over them on a nearby hilltop. Mysteries abound at Vic... more
  • Mahalo Memories

    by Boyd C. Hipp, II
    Based upon actual events, Mahalo Memories chronicles the stories of captain, crew and guests between 1964-1976 off the waters of Bimini, Bahamas and Florida as they experienced the challenges of sport fishing, finding love and dealing with those who would do them harm in the process.
  • Scots Honor: A Sam McKay Novel

    by K.M. Hardy
    Sampson Angus McKay's life has completely fallen apart: the important Brian Cairne is killed on his watch during a hostage situation, his wife has served him divorce papers, and he has been deported back to Scotland. Now, trying to make the most of his unexpected situation, he meets a mysterious American woman, Liz, who has curiosity, and his cop instincts, completely enthralled.Liz Harper isn't looking to make a connection with anyone, but the tall and brooding Sam has turned her plans upside d... more
  • Sniper! A Natalie McMasters Mystery

    by Thomas A. Burns Jr.

    A crazed sniper. A loved one wounded, in danger of death. The unforgiving Fake News media. And a hidden villain more loathsome than any that Natalie McMasters has encountered before. Nattie’s in the crosshairs as a series of seemingly random shootings terrorizes the city. She must fight to keep her polyamorous family from disintegrating, her emotions from running wild and her personal integrity uncompromised. This would be a formidable task for anyone, much less a twentysomething college stud... more

  • Blood in the Water -- A Max Robbins short story

    by Max Robbins
    Spencer never saw addiction coming. He never saw prison in his future, never suspected he'd be robbing banks to feed a habit. Spencer had plans--a good job, a fiancee, a life worth living--until a well-meaning doctor prescribed him Pillager Pharma's new miracle drug, Oxycet, and Spencer's life went off the rails. Free after twelve years, he's now set on revenge, and there's one thing that Pillager Pharma won't see coming: Spencer. 'Blood in the Water' is the story of a promising young exec... more
  • Murder at Mile Marker 18

    by Denise Jaden
    An unlucky amateur sleuth, an adorable cop, and a cat with a hunch… If anyone had told Mallory Beck she would become Honeysuckle Grove’s next unschooled detective, she would have thought they were ten noodles short of a lasagna. Her late husband had been the mystery novelist with a penchant for the suspicious. She was born for the Crock-Pot, not the magnifying glass, and yet here she is elbow deep in fettuccine, cat treats, and teenagers with an attitude, the combination of which lands her sm... more