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by Michele PW (Pariza Wacek)If you've got a problem, Charlie Kingsley probably has a tea that’ll help make it right. EXCEPT when it comes to love. She does NOT do love potions. Not even for Courtney, her pregnant new client who showed up three weeks before Christmas seeking a love potion because her husband was cheating on her. So, Courtney asked about poison, instead. She said she was joking. That's what happens between wives and husbands. They get angry and talk about killing each other. They don't really mea... more
by Angelo Thomas CrapanzanoThe Adventure of Detective Robert Bensen is a fictional novel of the life of Robert Bensen and the adventures he had after he retired from the police force. After his wife passed away, to keep busy he started to write a novel around all the action he had during his time in the police force. However, his previous boss Captain Wilson did not let him retire in peace. He was asked to come back as a part time detective when his keen ability to investigate a crime was needed. Robert couldn't resist th... more
by Aleese Hughes
Every Oseran is born with a Mage Gift but, for the talented Inspector Russell Gaines, even his abilities could not help him prevent the death of his sister at the hands of a serial killer known as the New Age God.
Years later, the once-promising inspector is a retired, washed-up drunkard who finds himself plagued by the demons of his past. But, when a member of the prominent Melton family is found dead, and one of their own is implicated, he reluctantly finds himself d... more
by Michael Leppert“People don’t often think of corruption or white-collar crap having an actual crime scene, but the Winner’s Circle was the scene of this one.” Will O’Courtney is the ultimate insider. Having worked as an experienced contract lobbyist in Indianapolis for over a decade, he knows all the ins and outs of back-room deals and trading information. Shortly after his divorce is finalized, Will resolves to turn his life around, and just when he starts to think of leaving the winning course, he lands a ... more
by Erica NobleRebecca Sheriff is your average young Australian. She has her rag-tag friends and Blake, her childhood friend and boyfriend. To her, the road she walks is certain and easily followed. Until, on the last day of high school, she receives news that puts a roadblock in that path. She’s to attend a prestigious college called Hallowell’s Academy, on the other side of the world. But, as she arrives, she discovers that all is not as it seems with this academy. There is something dark and evil that linge... more
by T.M. Haviland
The year is 2124. Jonathan and his mining team in Antarctica discover an unusual object over a mile and a half beneath the surface. At first, they think it might be the remains of a meteor but, when they discover subtle but sentient behaviors, they must consider the possibility that this is the work of an alien technology. Backed by a consortium of countries developing Mars, Commander Rousseau and her engineers discover a similar object and soon international governments, big business, and th... more
by Daniel P. DouglasIn this paranormal thriller short story, L.A.'s hard-boiled, World War II-era private detective Geno Richter hunts down a supernatural Nazi foe, one he must stop before it can deal a deadly blow to the American war effort.
by Daniel P. DouglasAs former FBI agent William Harrison investigates a decades-old extraterrestrial cover-up, hired guns and an alien-human hybrid stand in his way of finding the truth and revealing the deadly government conspiracy.
by Frederick LimCOVID-19 has just begun its devastation, and Singapore journalist Alfred Lin is sent to Wuhan, China, the epicentre of the outbreak. To avoid censorship curbs, he plays a game of cat and mouse with the Chinese authorities. Risking his job, health and safety, he seeks out first-hand accounts of people who have suffered the unimaginable. Loss, death and heartbreak are everywhere. He comes upon personal accounts that reveal the best and worst of humanity in a crisis. But what intrigues him most... more
by Floraine ThwinThis is the crime suspense fictional novel based on a girl's life story. The girl born from Irish father and french mother. She had to live at grandparent's residence over years before her parents take her back with them. When she started living with them, she faced many troubles at the their house. There is the ghost at the house her parents rent. Her father was a doctor who worked at emergency department and her mother was the teacher before they marry. Then, father moved to study for raising ... more
by Clay Savage
For Flynn Barnes, dying is just the beginning of his problems.
After waking up in his Happy Place--as all "graduates" do--he is guided by his Post-Mortem Facilitator to figure out his next move. With a lifetime of criminal behavior, an estranged family, and a vengeful English gangster to deal with, he's still got a lot of work to do.
And as Flynn will discover--even in the afterlife, free will can lead to all sorts of trouble.
by Oris HuntA girl is killed in the park one night. The suspect is obvious, but charging him is not so easy… There are new victims, and the criminal seems to be mocking the police. Sometimes he acts chaotically and stupidly, leaving lots of traces and witnesses, other times—coldly and professionally like a ghost. Who is the investigation up against—an incredibly lucky amateur or a devilishly clever and cunning professional? As a practical investigator, Cord has to make a choice: throw all his stren... more
by Lisa TowlesRunning away is what Zak Skinner does best, and he’s just done it again, having transferred from NYU to University of Chicago. His fresh start goes south when he accidentally uncovers evidence of an on-campus, organized crime scam involving drugging students, getting them to commit crimes on camera, and blackmailing them to continue under the threat of expulsion. Digging deeper, Zak discovers that the university scam is just the tip of the iceberg, connected to a broader ring of crimes linked to... more
by Nathan Merritt
A mandated blood census has wreaked havoc on the United States. Only those with Western European ancestry are allowed to retain their citizenship, leaving millions to be deported, enslaved, or worse.
As dissenters to the current American regime, Rafe and Bri are branded with barcodes on their arms, monitored by voice and location devices, and are unable to leave their ghetto city.
To cope with these inhumane conditions, they determine to accomplish the inconceivable f... more
by Kathleen BaileyCastle meets Clue in this fun, fast-paced, fresh take on the cozy mystery. Olivia’s syndicated advice column is about solving problems … not murders. But when she returns to her hometown of Apple Station in Virginia to visit her dad, she has five days to expose a killer or fall prey as the next victim. Olivia had planned for a week of rest and relaxation before her move to New York for a promotion and a chance to pursue her publishing dreams. Within hours of arriving home, her world chang... more
by Roland S. JeffersonThe US Census Bureau projects the year 2050 as the year the white population will drop below 50%. As the browning of America is inevitable, a white extremist group of elected politicians rush to salvage dwindling white influence and economic power by secretly creating the Alice Plan, a new 'whites only' English-speaking republic established on foreign soil. But when PEPPER, a black prostitute steals a flash drive coded with details of the Alice Plan from the computer of a politician who refused... more