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  • SACRIFICED: A Kieran Yeats Mystery

    by Linda J Wright
    A cryptic text brings Victoria, British Columbia, animal crimes investigator Kieran Yeats to a midnight rendezvous with a client mysteriously named Shrew. Shrew’s late . . . and when she does arrive, there’s no time for talk. She hastily throws two packages into a nearby garbage dumpster, telling Kieran, “Get the things I’ve left for you, and for God’s sake, don’t leave the others behind.” Then her VW screeches out of the parking lot, a big SUV in pursuit. The next morning, Shrew is found dead, ... more
  • Inheriting Redemption

    by Dawn Smith
    Twenty days ago, Lyssa Eastin's sister married into a wealthy Scottish family. Now, Lyssa's sister and brother-in-law are dead. Lyssa flies to Scotland for the funeral and winds up inheriting her brother-in-law's half of the family business. When Lyssa learns that the couple was murdered, she starts her own investigation and uncovers a chaos of conflicting interests, jilted lovers, and a family business that shuns outsiders. If only things stayed that simple...
  • Ailey of Skye

    by Wendy Hewlett
    Sometimes you don't know what you want until you find it. Recovering alcoholic/addict, Aileen MacEwan, travels from Toronto to the Isle of Skye in Scotland to spend a month deciding what to do with the house left to her by her paternal grandmother, discover who sober Ailey is, and figure out what to do with the rest of her life. But, when she arrives, she finds a man already living in the house. As she learns the truth of who this man is and the real reason her father fled to Canada with her, ... more
  • A Woman Like Me

    by Francine Rodriguez
    August 26, 2019 Dear Reader/Reviewer: I am writing to you, to introduce my novel, A Woman Like Me, a 157,000 word, gritty and dark “warrior’s journey,” crime thriller. This novel is inspired by the life of a female police officer who is currently on death row for several murders. This is the story of a one-of-a-kind, disconcerting protagonist, a transgender, and biracial woman, who is isolated, lonely, and emotionally troubled, a stranger in her own body. She is the character that... more
  • Heat Angels

    by Jim Yeazel
  • Machine Sense

    by Dominic Schunker
    Zak sees things change that no-one else does. His best buddy suddenly became someone he’d never met, president Garfield is now president Valdez. Something is messing up the timeline. To everybody else though its always been as it is.  He’s been alone with this since he was a teenager but then he meets Allie, someone else who sees the same changes. Her mum does as well and it seems his daughter, Izzy is showing signs of seeing the changes too.  There follows a tale of nazis, reverse enginee... more
  • Letters from Angels

    by Dominic Schunker
    There’s something very wrong with the world. A strange mist settles everywhere. It seems to be causing more than the usual horrors humans like to inflict on themselves, like an organising of those horrors into a plan to end them. A Preacher with a past challenging his faith and a renowned Ufologist learn something evil is controlling it. They’re being shown signs to discover who it is but what is it? Is it an alien hybrid, installed for a long-overdue alien takeover and terraforming of Pla... more
  • An Unfortunate Dimension

    by Dominic Schunker
    Salvador is thrown into battle and intense laser fire. He doesn’t know how he got here or why, and that’s just one of his problems. He’s been experiencing a sort of dimensional schizophrenia, jumping into bizarre scenes past, present and future. Is the universe messing with him, interfering with his only goal, to bring his wife Jemma out of her coma? He grows sure Jemma is trying to communicate a solution from her dimension, trying to tell him how to save her, to bring her back round. She tel... more
  • Amy's Square

    by Dominic Schunker
    The world continues to let children die every day from thirst and starvation, poisoned water and disease, and the world continues to let the Earth die. A man, destroyed by the desertion of his wife, comes out the other side and finds a mission. It’s bold. It’s crazy. He’s not totally sure what’s at the end of it but he has to follow it. It’s a terrifying leap away from his world but it ends up being a mission to rescue the very substance of life. From the ancient Aztecs to the Morocca... more
  • The Last Getaway

    by Clay Savage
    Calvin Russell and Richie Glass don’t know each other, but they have the same job: wait outside American Federal bank…with the engine running. The problem is they’ve been recruited by two different crews intent on robbing the same bank, on the same day, at the same time. When the bank heist goes sideways, the two young men—one a smart-ass gambling addict from Beverly Hills, the other a car-thief from Inglewood with a wife and five-year-old son—must work together to figure out what the hell ha... more
  • Missing Pieces: A Novel of the Balkans

    by Thomas De Angelo
    Missing Pieces is a suspense novel set in 1998 Croatia. At its core it is a story of survival, reminiscent of the novels of Eric Ambler and John Buchan where the protagonist, who appears at first to be relatively ordinary, is drawn into a mystery she/he only barely comprehends. The amateur, thrown into the right circumstances, can react with imagination and courage in equal measure, to beat the professionals at their own game.
  • Bedsit Three: A Tale of Murder, Mystery and Love

    by Sally Jenkins
    A stupid mistake ended Ian's marriage. Now he's trying to put it right. Sandra was a teenage mum. Now she's fighting to make a good life for her daughter. Maxine made an important decision behind her boyfriend's back. His reaction devastates all their lives... Every mother tries to do her best for her child. But sometimes that ‘best’ creates a monster. Bedsit Three is a tale of murder, mystery and love. It won the inaugural Wordplay Publishing/Ian Govan Award and was shortlisted for both t... more
  • Evelyn Marsh

    by S.W. Clemens
    Everyone agreed Evelyn wouldn't hurt a fly...but they didn't count on a mother's ferocity, nor the fury of a woman scorned. Written in the spirit of Patricia Highsmith (Strangers on a Train; The Talented Mr. Ripley), Evelyn Marsh begins with the provocative statement that "Evelyn's first murder was an accident." The rest of the book exists to explain the implication embedded in that first line. It's a why-done-it and how-done-it, instead of a who-done-it.
  • Assassin's Hood (Death in Shanghai)

    by Garrett Hutson
    A night out in Shanghai can turn deadly, especially if you're Japanese... Shanghai, 1936. A series of assassinations on Japanese businessmen, sailors, and officials has struck fear into the International Settlement, and the Chinese government is blaming communist insurgents. It doesn't take long for Douglas Bainbridge to get pulled into the political intrigue. When a friend of Doug's is arrested for the assassination of a Japanese secret agent, Doug is certain she didn't do it. Since Chinese ... more
  • In a Safe Town

    by Garrett Hutson
    Murder isn't supposed to happen in a safe town like Heron... Who could have wanted to kill Tom Stafford, the most popular kid in school, and the best quarterback in town history? Sheriff Mark Bennett can't fathom a reason. Everyone knows everything about everyone in their small southern Indiana town...or do they? When Tom is found stabbed in the woods outside of Heron, the town is thrown into shock and disbelief. Crime like this doesn't happen here. Sheriff Bennett, up for re-election, is ... more