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  • Only the Good: A Jack Hart Mystery

    by Rosemary Reeve
    Seattle attorney Jack Hart is cleaning up the mess his long-lost father left behind. As he juggles his dad's polluting Bellingham paper mill, his dad's grand, empty house on Orcas Island, and his dad's other family, who may not be what they seem, Jack begins to suspect that his father may still be alive - but may want Jack dead.
  • No Good Deed: A Jack Hart Mystery

    by Rosemary Reeve

    What would you do if your best friend were charged with first-degree murder?   Jack Hart and Harmony Piper are young civil litigators at a large Seattle law firm. They know they are in over their heads when their friend Mark is charged in a police-involved shooting.   Jack and Harmony search for a defense for Mark while racial tension rips the city with riots and fast-tracks Mark's prosecution. Top brass in the Seattle Police Department and Mark's father seem to have their o... more

  • Killed It

    by LuLu Smith
    Ally Brown has lost her creative voice as a comedian and is hiding her failure from Drew Stephens, her live-in boyfriend. She has a day job as a legal assistant at a prestigious New York law firm which she is not particularly good at and also hates. When Elise Newman, the attorney she works with, disappears without a trace, an already bad day escalates into a violent encounter with a man in the park. Gaining a false sense of control, Ally channels her rage into further acts of vigilantism unt... more
  • Late Fees

    by Marshall Thornton
    It’s Thanksgiving, 1992 and Noah Valentine is late picking his mother up from the airport. When he arrives he discovers that she’s made a friend on the flight whose also waiting for her son. When the woman’s son doesn’t show up, they eventually take her home for breakfast with neighbor’s Marc and Louis. Soon after, they learn that her son has overdosed—or has he? Noah and his motley crew investigate over the holiday weekend; which includes a fabulous dinner, a chat with a male stripper, a tiny l... more
  • Dream of the Wolf

    by Bradley McKenzie
    In her first homicide investigation, a young detective in Wyoming must put aside her working class roots to understand a clique of elite young women who may be killing members of their own group. Mystery/suspense.
  • The Song Peddler of the Pont Neuf

    by Laura Lebow
    PARIS, 1788: Facing bankruptcy after years of expensive wars, King Louis XVI calls a meeting of the Estates General, the ancient French legislature which has not met in 174 years. The city hums with talk about modernizing the assembly and changing France into a constitutional monarchy. Paul Gastebois, a confidential inquirer, isn't interested in politics. He's busy with the daily tedium of detective work—following foreign diplomats for the Parisian police and helping artisanal guilds enforce ... more
  • Carbon Replacements (The McAllister Justice Series Book 4)

    by Reily Garrett
    The killer held a knife to her throat—the ultimate decision locked within a dark and deviant gaze. Determined and dedicated, forensic pathologist Remie Tallin validates her talent by detailing a victim’s last moments of life. Returning to Portland signified her new beginning where a psychopathic stalker designates her a pawn in a seductive game of intrigue. The lines between predator and prey blur in hunting a medical genius bent on resetting the laws of nature. Evidence has never failed to... more
  • The Deceit of Riches

    by V M Karren
    A senior Russian military engineer is murdered. Is it espionage or treason? In the modern Russian revolution, corruption and hidden agendas in both government and industry have replaced law and order. When Peter Turner, an American student uncovers a murderous shadow network of extortion, money laundering and espionage he must get out of Russia before the KGB and gangsters silence him for good. When morals become relative, and all choices are dangerous, self-preservation is no longer intuitive.
  • Please Disappear

    by M.K. Shivakoti
    Arun and Gabriel are tormented by their demons. While one is desperate to find his beloved, the other wants his to disappear. This is their story. It’s been three days since Sara Sardana disappeared. Last Seen: The Promenade Shops at Greenmile Walk. Last Phone Call: To her boyfriend. She told him she would share a ride home, but there’s no record of a ride request or any sign of foul play. While authorities are baffled, Arun Shah, Sara’s ex-, is distraught. He betrayed her when they were toge... more
  • Drawer #7

    by Jeff Wade

    “I don’t enjoy violence. I’m just—” She shrugged. “—good at it.”

    She comes to life in a place she’d never have more

  • Hunted

    by Darcy Coates

    Her disappearance wasn't an accident.

    Her rescue will be a mistake. Twenty-two-year-old Eileen goes missing while hiking in the remote Ashlough Forest. Five days later, her camera is discovered washed downriver, containing bizarre photos taken after her disappearance.

    Chris wants to believe his sister is still alive. When the police search is abandoned, he and four of his friends create their own search party to scour the mountain range. As they stray further... more

  • Resolve

    by RS Kee
    Elesin Vollan is embarking on a new chapter in his life. Along with his lover, Christian, they begin to map out their future, which includes new music, a new home, and an expanding family. Soon, their plans are halted as Elesin?s past comes back to torment him. Richard returns with a vengeance and will stop at nothing to ruin the young pop star?s life. Will Elesin endure his encounter with a crazed ex? Or will this be the end of the Elesin Vollan story?
  • Pistachio

    by Jeanie Doyle Singler
    Set near Tacoma, Washington, forty-five years after the rock group PISTACHIO ended, members of the group are dying unexplained deaths. Should they all die within a short time of one another? Coincidence or murder? Wharton Forde?s uncle is under police investigation regarding the death of his wife, a member of PISTACHIO. He requested Wharton?s help in defense. Atlanta Gabriel?s cousin, lead singer for PISTACHIO, is coming from England to visit. Is he putting his life in danger? Years ago Wharton ... more
  • The Baker

    by Nathan Burrows
    That artisan bread roll you’re having for lunch? How fresh do you think it really is? The Food Standards Agency’s most unfortunate inspector, Emily Underwood, is finally doing okay at work. Apart from finding the odd dead customer in a kebab shop that is. When she has an expected brush with a Bishop, things start to go downhill fast. Rupert Graves is the leader of the smallest cult in East Anglia. Although his motley crew of militant vegetarians are primarily focused on sex and drugs, they... more
  • The Butcher

    by Nathan Burrows
    Remember that nice joint of pork you devoured for your Sunday lunch? Well, what if it wasn't pork...? Emily Underwood has just started work as an inspector for the Environment Agency. As the new girl, she’s struggling hard to find her feet, and one or two minor disasters don’t help. From machete-wielding restaurant owners to rioting football fans, her first few months don’t go as expected. Then she meets two lovely gentlemen from the country.. Frank is a butcher, and Tom runs a small pig f... more
  • Blind Justice: A legal thriller.

    by Nathan Burrows

    An innocent man sent to prison for life. A lawyer gives him a second chance. Can they overcome an unfair system to clear his name?

    Gareth Dawson is innocent. He's not a murderer. His main problem is that the British justice system doesn’t agree with him. He might be a reformed thief guilty of many things in his past, but not murder. In the space of a few short months, Gareth has gone from being married to the woman of his dreams to facing a life sentence. Ins... more