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  • Murder Music, a YA Mystery-Thriller

    by Michael Baldwin
    Murder Music is a mystery-thriller for anyone who enjoys mayhem, music, and romance. Join Missy McKean, beautiful teen virtuoso who plays a haunted violin; Missy’s genius jazz mentor, Tiger Blakely; a demonic drug kingpin who wants Tiger very dead; Tiger’s dog, Bix, a canine Einstein; a mysterious red-haired Indian from outer space; and a bevy of craven killers on a crazy cross country jazz road trip that can only end in death and disaster.
  • Journey Through Chaos: The Valley

    by Ward Williams
    After concealing their true financial instability to the world for a decade, the Chinese government implodes, triggering severe global economic crises and panic. Rioting, chaos, and ultimately anarchy breaks out in the U.S. as it experiences the sudden and complete collapse of banks, stock markets, and all major business enterprises twice as bad as the Great Depression. One man anticipates this chaos and prepares a journey to a safe haven in a valley just two hundred miles away. The rapid disint... more
  • The Condor and the Hippo

    by Larry Raymond
    Surrounded by the lush landscape and societal problems facing many Africans today, this thriller follows Kelvin Kantu and the path leading him from good works toward violence.Each day, hundreds of tribal people migrate into the degradation, squalor, and disease of city slums, and dozens die young. As Deputy Minister for Zambia's tribes, Kelvin proposes installing solar panels for the electricity, internet, and jobs to keep them in their rural villages. But politicians block his funding and ... more

    by John Fullerton
    Every dystopian world deserves a dystopian detective and London just got hers. A female politician is shot dead in the capital. A talented detective, Kramer, is charged with leading the investigation; trouble is, he’s both much more and a great deal less than mere cop. His brilliance is at least in part due to a permanently skewed moral compass. This is less whodunnit than whydunnit and a will-he-get-away-with it crime novel set in an England several years in the future - a world of labour c... more
  • A Persian Gem: A Sinister Span Mystery (Sinister Span Mysteries Book 2)

    by Jeff Isaacson
    A woman jumps from the bridge connecting Fort Myers and Sanibel, Florida. Stunned onlookers watch her plummet seemingly halfway to the rough Gulf waters below in a second. Then, remarkably, her body appears to snap back. A bright, yellow and orange explosion of fabric erupts into a parachute behind her. She glides out onto a passing Chinese ship below and hitches a ride out into the distance. Anjali, a woman fascinated with bridges and suicides, happens to be on vacation just a few miles away. S... more
  • At Daddy's Hands

    by Jacob Paul Patchen
    In public, Jim Handler is a well-respected, small-town hero, and homicide detective who solved the case of the Will’s Creek Massacre. But at home, in the shadows, Jim’s childhood demons come alive to feast upon his family in the form of sexual, physical, and mental abuse. But his three teenage children have had enough. They have devised a plan for redemption. Empowered by the legal system’s lack of accountability, a judge who offers a quiet and meager plea deal to save face, Jim feels enab... more
  • Death Stalks the Runway: Ray Irish Mystery Case File #1

    by Gordon Brewer
    The Ray Irish Mystery Case Files follow a hard-boiled private detective with a chip on his shoulder and a whiskey bottle in his desk drawer. Set in in the late 1940s in the rough and tumble world of his adopted hometown, Oyster City, Irish has a reputation for his short temper and hard-headed luck. He’s a relatively honest private detective that believes in honor and justice. However, his beliefs are continually tested when trying to survive in a corrupt city controlled by crooked politicians, w... more
  • Project 137

    by Seth Augenstein
    WHERE HAVE AMERICA’S MISSING PERSONS GONE? As a doctor in the post-Blackout United States of America of 2087, Joe Barnes struggles to save his patients and uphold his Hippocratic Oath. Even so, he’s an idealist, and his home life is one of happy expectation as he and his wife Mary prepare to welcome their first child after a “medical miracle” makes their dream possible. But a teenaged boy dies unexpectedly on Barnes’ watch and a girl goes missing, and as Barnes becomes obsessed with findin... more
  • Novum Orbis Regium

    by W. A. Holdsworth
    476 CE. Badon Hill is under siege by the Saxon warlord Oesc of Kent. Arthur’s cavalry holds the high ground. A heavy mist rolls into the valley during the night, blanketing the Saxon camp and giving Arthur his chance to end three generations of war. As the blood-red sun rises above the mist, Arthur and his horsemen plunge down the mountainside in hopes of finally turning their isle of woes into a Camelot to be dreamed of by generations to come. Modern Day. For fifteen centuries, the Clan Camul... more
  • "Evening in the Yellow Wood"

    by Laura Kemp
    Abandoned by an eccentric father on the eve of her twelfth birthday, Justine Cook has lived with her fair share of unanswered questions. Now, ten years later, she leaves her life and travels north to the mysterious town of Lantern Creek, Michigan after seeing his picture in a local newspaper. Once there, she discovers that her father had been living a double life and meets the autistic brother she never knew, a young man who is mute but able to read her mind. When a girl who looks like Justine... more
  • Maximum Trouble

    by L.M. Pampuro
    Her relationship with Zack Brady is in undefined territory. The trial of Gert Fountain fades in her rearview mirror. Needing a break, Maxi Malone tags along with her parents for a well-deserved break on the island of Aruba. An unmarked war ship sits just off the coast of this tropical paradise. Both tourists and natives are plunged into the deep web of a psychopath’s revenge. With hostile encounters taking place in U.S. waters, Zack Brady is recruited back into the United States militar... more
  • Deeper into Darkness (Darkness Series Book 2)

    by Maria Ann Green
    From the outside, Bee Iverson and her fiancé, Aidan Shepard, look like any other happy couple—but looks can be deceiving. Not long into their engagement, secrets seep out of her past, lies surround them, and unwelcome surprises leak into their lives, breaking down Bee’s confidence not only in herself but in their relationship, too. Secret: Bee’s keeping a piece of her past from Aidan—for him. Aidan knows Bee’s a serial killer, preying on men as often as she can. In fact, their shared pas... more
  • Nothing but Darkness (Darkness Series Book 1)

    by Maria Ann Green
    Aidan Sheppard has always resisted his darker urges—only the violent ones, he’d never deny himself anything sexual—until one night when he goes too far. Way too far. It doesn’t matter that it was an accident; it still happened, and he can’t escape it. Now he must choose between what’s expected of him, morality, and what he truly wants, depraved release. But as bloody fantasies flood his mind, Aidan struggles to find control. Desire taking over, he dives deeper into his darker side. His best f... more
  • Just Try Me, by Paxton Quigley

    by paxton quigley
  • Blue Lake

    by Elizabeth Buhmann
    Rural Virginia, 1945. The Second World War had just ended when Alice Hannon found the lifeless body of her five-year-old daughter, Eugenie, floating in Blue Lake. The tragedy of the little girl’s death destroyed the Hannon family. More than twenty years later, Alice’s youngest daughter, Regina, returns home after a long estrangement because her father is dying. She is shocked to discover, quite by accident, that her sister’s drowning was briefly investigated as a murder at the time. For a... more
  • SIN

    by Quintin Peterson
    Metropolitan Police Officer Jacob “Doc” Holloway believes that by working a deep undercover assignment with the Special Investigations Network (SIN) he can help disrupt illegal drug trafficking in the District of Columbia and make a difference. He is wrong.