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  • A Bounty of Bone

    by PG Lengsfelder
    𝗔 𝗵𝗮𝘂𝗻𝘁𝗶𝗻𝗴 𝘁𝗮𝗹𝗲, 𝗶𝗻𝘀𝗽𝗶𝗿𝗲𝗱 𝗯𝘆 𝗿𝗲𝗮𝗹 𝗲𝘃𝗲𝗻𝘁𝘀, 𝗱𝗿𝗶𝘃𝗲𝗻 𝗯𝘆 𝘁𝗶𝗺𝗲𝗹𝗲𝘀𝘀 𝗺𝘆𝘁𝗵𝗼𝗹𝗼𝗴𝗶𝗲𝘀 . . . After years of abuse for her albinism and macabre face, Eunis believes she’s finally turned her life around and shed the superstitious beliefs that tormented her as a child. Now on the precipice of a successful television career, she’s offered a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to travel as part of a global TV crew investigating the surreal weather in South ... more
  • Daughter of Belial

    by Jennifer Juvenelle

    Some Family Trees Should Be Burned. . .

    Greer Girls are special. Greer Girls are rare. Greer Girls are central to the secret Order of Belial. 

    Sophie Greer knows none of this. All she knows is that her now ex-boyfriend cheated on her, she’s alone working in Paris, and her mysterious billionaire boss, Edward Hughes, is way too interested in her life. But when Sophie is kidnapped in Moscow while on a business trip, she’s plunged into the dark underb... more

  • Bottled Lightning

    by L.M. Weeks

     Top global technology lawyer Tornait “Torn” Sagara knows he shouldn’t get involved with his beautiful client, Saya Brooks, whose revolutionary lightning-on-demand invention will solve climate change and render all other energy sources obsolete. But their shared connection as hafu (half Japanese, half American) draws them irresistibly together. Saya’s technology could save the world, but what’s good for the planet is bad news for those who profit from the st... more

  • Four Cowboys

    by Joseph Mullen
    What is it about the town of Elbow? Strange things happen there. The past seems to come alive but only for brief periods. Four cowboys come across town at different times, and each has an encounter with the supernatural. The past and present come together.
  • Only One Lie

    by Audrey J. Cole
    Seattle, 1942. News of the war is interrupted by the kidnapping of young Max Ellis, heir to the wealthiest banking family on the west coast. When the boy’s parents comply with the ransom demands, the kidnapper is found dead and their son remains missing. For newlywed Vera Chandler, the story hits close to home—her husband Hugh is just six months into his job as the Ellis’s private pilot. Within days, Hugh is deployed to the Pacific as a navy pilot, while Vera’s flying instructor and best frie... more
  • Humpty Dumpty

    by jeffrey gorsky
    The protagonist, a US consular officer in a narco-dominated Latin American country, investigates the death of an American citizen by an apparent serial killer who leaves behind quotes from Humpty Dumpty in blood. The investigation raises questions about his own identity, and leads him to the heart of a dark CIA conspiracy
  • Something Sinister Within

    by R.G.Johansen
    R.G. Johansen takes readers on a spellbinding journey of family drama and first love, combined with a one-hundred-year-old riddle of unsolved murders in the Appalachian foothills in North Carolina. In the year 1967, a highschooler named Jamie Thompson learns what it takes to stand up against evil while desperately trying to fit in with her peers, protect her little brother, and compensate for her addicted mother. Guided by the most unlikely mentor, she discovers her special gift and, in the end,... more
  • Stumble and Fall

    by Amy Rivers

    When uncovering the truth can get you killed, how far will Kate and Tilly go to find justice?

    After losing her father, Kate is working on renovating her desert home. Her new psychological counseling practice provides needed income, and a chance for Kate to find out who she can trust by working from the inside. But searching for these answers puts her in danger and the cost of learning the truth may be more than she can bear. Meanwhile, her sister Tilly has moved back to New Mexico. Fami... more

  • The Final Curtain: A Piper Greene Exeter Mystery

    by Lara Bricker
    When local reporter Piper Greene gets an invitation from Harry Trott, the reclusive bird man of Exeter, to meet him for an early morning interview, she can’t resist. But when she arrives, she finds a murdered body and no sign of Harry. The body belongs to Roy Carmichael, who wanted to build a Revolutionary War-themed arcade on the lot once home to the prestigious Exeter Playhouse, destroyed by a suspicious fire 50 years ago. Opposition to Roy’s plan was huge . . . but was it fatal? Despite ... more
  • The Body In The Barrel

    by Richard Opper
    The Body in the Barrel is a crime novel set in 1973 San Diego, where a Harbor cop and a producer of X-rated films join forces to unearth the past, facing hard truths about their own histories despite opposition from San Diego’s conservative establishment and the Chinese Tong.
  • Rise from the Blue

    by Boade Mandeng
    The book tells us the story of John Nobola, an immigrant of color who came to the United States of America with high hopes of finding refuge and happiness in a noble society. Once there, he realizes that many things have changed, over the course of a few years, from promising to deteriorating. Nobola witnesses various scenes of social violence and destruction; he is then critical of one wing of the political hierarchy which in particular favors those behind the social unrest. At the end, he fe... more
  • A Father's Love: Justice and Forgiveness

    by Jean Defreese Moore
    Retired federal marshal Travis Britt's youngest son, Reid, has completed law school and has married Chipeta, a beautiful Indian girl. But a dangerous mingling of lies, crime, and secrets bring dark clouds over the family. Chipeta struggles with acceptance among the people in Reid's hometown and with her own identity. But Reid can't help her. He is called by God to serve justice and now struggles for his own survival in the dangerous world of organized crime. Knowing the entire family could be in... more
  • Legends of the Circle

    by Stephen J. Galgon
    RULES ARE MADE TO BE BROKEN… OR ARE THEY? THE CIRCLE, a shadow organization of cold-blooded killers, has thrived for almost a century—long before Doug Goodwin ever set foot into the VIP parlor of Tasker’s Bar. The Circle maintains its clandestine status through compulsory bylaws carrying harsh penalties, exacting their own brand of justice on any member that dares question their methods. Throughout the Circle’s illustrious history, only a select few have ever violated those sacred rules... more
  • The Mirror Man

    by J.B. Manas

    Julian Black avoids people. Tormented by the ability to experience their most intimate, painful memories with a single touch, he reluctantly begins using his skill to assist tenacious Philadelphia police detective Lela Mars. But his life is soon upended when he’s captured by an equally gifted man claiming to be from his past—a suave master thief who can make people forget.

    Now this mysterious stranger is ordering Julian to obtain a vital government secret that could shift th... more

  • Where Is She?

    by Marlene Ridgway
    Why did I lie? I hadn’t planned on lying. When that stranger handed me the journal and looked at me with his wide, desperate eyes, I wasn’t planning anything. I intended to give it to whoever asked for it. This wasn’t some elaborate plan or a scheme. I just didn’t open my mouth. It was like my mind decided without me that I should hang on to it. *** ​ All Maggie wanted to do was photograph an old bridge and avoid thinking about the recent death of her mother. What she wasn’t planning to fi... more
  • Hero Haters

    by Ken MacQueen
    Jake Ockham had a dream job, investigating nominees for the Pittsburgh-based Sedgewick Medallion—the nation’s highest civilian award for heroism. Obligations drag him home to the gritty Pacific port of Aberdeen, Washington, to edit his family’s newspaper. Trouble follows as medalists Jake vetted go missing. He is a suspect in the disappearances, and unbeknownst to him, a target of the kidnappers. Aided by resourceful friends, the trail leads to the Dark Web where imprisoned medalists are force... more