New E-Releases

Blue Amber by William Burton McCormick

Blue Amber by William Burton McCormickImprisoned revolutionary Fricis Svaars knows his days are numbered. The Tsar’s secret police plot his murder within the walls of Riga prison, but Fricis won’t go quietly to his own assassination. His daring escape attempt takes him to the rocky shores of the Baltic Sea in winter, trapped between the guns of his relentless pursuers and the frigid waters of the open sea…

“Blue Amber crackles with energy, authenticity and pure storytelling magic from the first line nonstop to the last. William Burton McCormick’s timeless tale of men challenged by both the elements and their own psyches, set against the backdrop of Latvia in 1910, reads like Jack London with just enough James Rollins and Steve Berry thrown in for good measure. A beautifully realized vision that’s riveting in all respects.”
-Jon Land, USA Today bestselling author of Strong Darkness
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See Them Run (Lucy Kendall #2) by Stacy Green

See Them Run by Stacy Green“I couldn’t erase the memory of the video. A little boy with dark brown skin, a little skinny but overall healthy looking, stood naked in the middle of a nondescript room. A disembodied voice ordered him to turn in a circle, to raise his arms over his head, to bend over. He obeyed with a glazed look in his eyes and tears running down his cheeks. A price was named just before the video ended.
I would kill someone for that little boy tonight.”

Savvy undercover work leads Lucy Kendall to an underground child sex trafficking ring. But when her best lead is found dead, Lucy becomes a suspect in a murder she didn’t commit. Lucy barrels ahead, determined to take out the trafficking ring no matter the personal cost. Powerful outside forces intervene, and she finds herself on the run for murder.

Clearing her name means embracing her growing dark side. With Chris by her side, Lucy fights for justice. Is a monster from the past Lucy’s worst enemy, or will the blossoming evil in her own heart be her ultimate destruction?
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Stolen by Dawn Kopman Whidden

Stolen by Dawn Kopman WhiddenAnother homicide has rocked the small town of Fallsburg, NY. In a cabin nestled deep in the woods two male victims are discovered,both gun shot victims. One is deceased the other one is barely alive. But it is not the murder itself that has detectives Jean Whitley and her new partner Marty Keal frantic to find out the answers of what occurred in that cabin, but it is the identities of the two small children also found at the scene. One child is quickly identified but the other a young boy remains a mystery. The only one with possible answers lies with the man who lay critically wounded and unconscious in the hospital because the unidentified boy either can not or will not speak to tell the investigators who he is and what happened in that cabin that left one man dead and another barely hanging on …
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Secret Wars: An Espionage Story by Joe Goldberg

Secret Wars by Joe GoldbergIn the long history of the CIA’s global fight against terrorism, the weapons have remained the same: the use of force and covert action.

When terrorists funded by the Libyan government strike airports in Rome and Vienna in 1985, the CIA enlists top propaganda expert Mike Garnett to help recruit a high-ranking Libyan official, Foreign Minister Abdallah Mukhtar, to work for the CIA. As violence escalates between the US military and terrorists based in Libya, Garnett utilizes CIA assets in Hollywood to produce a propaganda video designed to convince Mukhtar he was betrayed by his own regime. Garnett’s plan works—but goes sideways when it motivates the Libyan official to do something Garnett didn’t even consider.

Sharp and insightful, Secret Wars: An Espionage Story is a thrilling tale of deception, betrayal, and patriotism—and Garnett soon learns they’re not as black and white as they seem when he’s forced to reevaluate the true nature of the business of deception.
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Public Service by Colin Knight

Public Service by Colin KnightNot many jobs are for life.

Jeff Parsons was angry, angry enough to kill. A reliable, dependable, and mostly honest public servant, Jeff expected to ride the government gravy train undisturbed until his retirement in 2025. On Friday March 2, 2012, Jeff’s train derailed; a confidential email revealed that Jeff’s boss, under the guise of government-wide cut backs, planned to ‘let Jeff go’ so they could use the savings to reward and promote their sycophant lackeys and painted whore. Unemployment at fifty would destroy Jeff‘s life and threaten the security and health of his children. That was not acceptable.

Desperate and determined, Jeff analysed the problem; six deaths in seven days ought to be enough.

All he needed was a killer.
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Killer Connection (A Hawaii Mystery Novelette) by R. Barri Flowers

Killer Connection by R. Barri FlowersFrom award winning crime writer R. Barri Flowers and bestselling author of the Murder in Hawaii Mysteries comes a gripping Maui mystery suspense novelette, Killer Connection.

Honolulu fashion designer Kiyoshi Yoshida had just gone through the worst year of her life after losing her twin brother and husband, costing Kiyoshi nearly everything she held most dear.

In what still gave Kiyoshi chills in disbelief, her brother Sergio Matsuko, one time dedicated and decorated homicide detective for the Honolulu Police Department, had stunned nearly everyone who knew him by being identified as the Aloha Black Scarf Killer, a serial killer who had raped and murdered seven women, before committing suicide in a house fire.
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Ditching David by Jenna Bennett

Ditching David by Jenna BennettWhen Gina Beaufort Kelly’s husband leaves her for a woman young enough to be his daughter, Gina doesn’t get mad… she gets even.

Or at least she tries to, by targeting David’s assets in the divorce. She spent eighteen years of her life with him; it’s only fair that he should compensate her accordingly.

However, David doesn’t agree, and when he ends up dead, on the evening before they were set to go before the judge, the police suspect foul play—and suspect that Gina’s behind it.

Now this jilted wife must figure out who else wanted her soon-to-be-ex-husband dead—and why—before she loses everything, including her freedom.

** First in a new humorous PI series **
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Confessions Of A Hit Man by Richard Godwin

Confesssions Of A Hit Man by Richard GodwinConfessions of a Hit Man is a high octane thriller with a plot that adds velocity like a well-oiled chicane. When ex-Royal Marine Jack becomes a paid assassin, work comes easily, especially when working for the Sicilian Mafia, until he gets drawn into a government plot selling enriched plutonium to a rogue Nation.

A very very good mystery is hard to write about with using spoilers. This one is so tightly written that one episode leads naturally to another, and the finale is blistering indeed—in this case, it is the protagonist’s soul that is blistered, although life is not done with him yet. And something else is blistered: the “top of the tree,” as the hit man, Jack, put it. The national and multinational networks, the CIAs and MI5s, the Irguns, and the KGBs. Not all of these are specifically involved in the story, but this kind of organization, its deceptions and the money it siphons off from the people, is delineated in all its power. Richard Godwin shows why it is not only an organization, but has become a tradition. And an obsession,its paranoia mirroring out own. Interesting word, mirror.
Richard Godwin is known for the various genres he combines in his work: mystery, horror, espionage, exotic adventure, erotica, and satire. Most of these can be subsumed by the epithet “pulp,” used in the sense it can be used of Jim Thompson, Charles Bukowski, James M Cain, Gerald Kersh, or Jean-Patrick Manchette. All of them are present here, even satire, in this case of spy novels of course. It makes you see these _Confessions_ uncanny and off-centered. That forces the reader to look further into what kind of story s/he is reading. For example, one victim dies while singing “My Way” in the shower.
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Raising Hell by John G. Hartness

Raising Hell by John G. HartnessStraight out of the pages of the legendary vampire novel Dracula comes a demon hunter for the modern world. Mina Murray and Jonathan Harker had a son. They named him Quincy. His guardian angel calls him Q. Dracula calls him nephew.

Demons call him The Reaper.

“There are things in this world that men and women aren’t meant to understand. We aren’t supposed to know these things exist, much less how to fight them. The things that go bump in the night, the monsters in the closet, the shadow out of the corner of your eye — that’s where I live.”

This exciting new series from the author of The Black Knight Chronicles and the Bubba the Monster Hunter short stories is a walk through the dark side, where things go bump in the night, and somebody has to bump back. Quincy Harker is that somebody.
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The Organ Harvesters by Bette Golden Lamb

The Organ Harvesters by Bette Golden Lambhe Corporate-Government wars of 2020 resulted in a global Corporit (sic) dictatorship. Its legacy? Escalating climate change, limited food supplies, and clean air only for the elite.

Dr. Zoe Hidalga, organ harvester in the powerful tri-state medical corporation, is infected with VMAS, an incurable retrovirus that killed her husband.. At that time the Corporits snatched her daughter, claimed Zoe was an unfit mother. She is now marked for termination and frantic to get her child back before they drag her away.

Andrew Potter, respected Corporit robotic genius and mole, has formed a secret resistance group that plans to bring Corporit rule down. He can’t risk discovery, but he’s Zoe’s friend and will help her escape before the CAPOs can grab her.

Zoe is hidden in the rebellious society of Noncorps – outcasts and innovators who wouldn’t or couldn’t survive under the Corporits. The Noncorp society thrives under the guidance and protection of Asher Wind Storm. A visionary, healer, leader of the Revivers, and Zoe’s future lover ?his followers are already regenerating the Earth’s flora and fauna under his mammoth Caplac domes.

There is hope in this dystopian medical thriller, where Zoe fights a life or death battle to survive and rescue her child from Corporit domination.
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Gates of Hell by J.F.Penn

Gates of Hell by J.F.PennAn ancient manuscript that leads to the Gates of Hell. A woman’s revenge for the death of her father.

When the last of the Remnant is murdered at the Sagrada Familia in Barcelona, ARKANE agent Dr Morgan Sierra is drawn into the hunt for a supernatural Key. She’s joined by agent Jake Timber, who must face his own fears as they decipher clues left behind by Kabbalist scholars.

From ancient sites in Spain, to Israel and the Czech Republic, Morgan and Jake must follow the trail to the Key, while evading Adam Kadmon, a man consumed with a lust for dark power.

As the planets align, Morgan and Jake race against time to find the Key and destroy it before the Devourers and the Polluted of God emerge from the Gates of Hell to ravage the earth.

GATES OF HELL is available from Amazon, Barnes & Noble and Kobo.


New York Times and USA Today Bestselling Author of Thrillers on the Edge

Oxford educated, British born J.F.Penn has traveled the world in her study of religion and psychology. She brings these obsessions as well as a love for thrillers and an interest in the supernatural to her writing.

Murder Most Rural by Charlie Flowers

Murder Most Rural by Charlie FlowersMeet Riz and Bang-Bang. MOD troubleshooters by trade, their work normally involves covert ops and counterterrorism. A routine exercise with the SAS takes them to a sleepy Essex village, where not only do they stick out somewhat as a British Pakistani couple, but there has also been a mysterious suicide.
Or have they stumbled across the perfect murder?

“I like Charlie Flowers. His writing is so sharp, so exact. Like slicing celery on a cutting board. After having read other tales in the Riz saga, I’m happy to say that this most recent story, Murder Most Rural, is just as tight and as clever as his other books. And you’re rewarded for starting from the beginning of the series, as the relationship between Riz and Bang-Bang is enjoyable and, even though some of the ordeals they go through are unbelievable, seems believable. This power couple shoots, breaks glass over people’s heads, and then kiss. They compliment each other. They’re definitely one of my favorite romantic duos in modern day story-telling. And the chapters move so briskly, even more so than in books past. You feel compelled to keep flipping pages, just like in every good thriller. As long as Charlie Flowers keeps pumping out these Riz stories, I’ll keep reading them.” RICH KNIGHT
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Samuel Elijah Johnson Series by Troy Lambert

Samuel Elijah Johnson Series by Troy LambertThe complete Samuel Elijah Johnson Trilogy in one book set!

Redemption: What do prison and church have in common? In both places you can learn of your need for redemption. You can even determine to right the wrongs you have done: you can determine to redeem yourself. However, true Redemption is not found inside the walls of a church or a prison. Sometimes you have to go further and do more to find it than you ever imagined.

Redemption is a dark psychological thriller that tells the story of an ex-con turned attorney, an insane man with a secret addiction, and a marriage spoiled by poor choices.

Temptation: Sam, a wrongly accused man who obtained his law degree in prison, helped others find Redemption when he won his freedom. Whether through luck, good timing, or his uncanny ability to tell truth from a lie, Sam has won every case he’s taken on. True, they’ve been small time parole hearings or appeals so far. But when his assistant is in an accident, and he has to take on another employee, his luck in the courtroom may be changing. A mysterious stranger and a series of tragedies make his next case the most challenging and tempting of them all. The cast of Redemption and a host of new characters return, each one of them forced to face Temptation in their own way in this fast paced thriller.
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The Devil Made Me Do It by Paul Dale Anderson

The Devil Made Me Do It by Paul Dale AndersonDigital reprint of the 1985 edition. Twenty short stories of subtle horror. These were early stories by Paul Dale Anderson that originally appeared in The Horror Show Magazine, The Arkham Sampler, and small-press horror zines in the early 1980s. Collected for the first time in 1985 and published by The Strange Company in a limited edition, the collection is reprinted by Macabre Ink and Crossroad Press in a new digital edition with an exciting new cover by David Dodd.

THE DEVIL MADE ME DO IT is available from Amazon, Barnes & Noble and Smashwords.


Paul Dale Anderson is the author of Abandoned, Deviants, Claw Hammer, Daddy’s Home, The Devil Made me Do It, Running Out of Time, and more than 17 novels and hundreds of short stories, mostly in the horror, fantasy, and science fiction genres. Paul is an Active Member of SFWA and HWA, and he was elected Vice President and Trustee of Horror Writers Association in 1987. He is a current member of International Thriller Writers and a former Active Member of MWA.

Twisted by Michaelbrent Collings

Twisted by Michaelbrent CollingsFrom an international bestseller and one of Amazon’s most popular horror writers:

The Douglas family just wants to live their lives, and maybe find a bit of happiness. But when the ghost in their home breaks out of a centuries-long sleep, all hope for happiness will die. Because the thing that haunts them is not just evil… It is something much, much worse. Watching them from the shadows. Hungry to start killing once more. And thirsty for the blood of the children, the blood he has so long been denied. The thing that haunts them is not just evil. It is twisted.

“Part ghost story and part history, part parental terrors made real and part paranormal activity, the resulting combination is all goosebump-raising nerve-squirming chills. Another solid winner from an author who’s yet to miss the mark.” – The Horror Fiction Review

“[A] roller coaster ride of a novel…. a wonderful, quick read…. I’d highly recommend this novel….” – Horror Drive-In
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Skin of My Teeth: Volume 1 (Skinned: Book 3) by Judith Graves

Skin of My Teeth by Judith Graves“Note to readers. This novel is told in three parts. Each volume ends on a cliffhanger until the thrilling conclusion in Volume 3. All volumes will be compiled into a full ebook / paperback novel releasing in 2015.”

* draw a card from the deck
* kill or be killed
* and if you’re lucky, repeat…

Hidden agendas, deep, dark secrets, and monsters lurking around every locker. It’s business as usual at Redgrave High for Eryn and her crew of paranorm hunters – although the two guys vying for her heart just might have to up their game.

A little healthy competition soon becomes all-out survival of the fittest as the crew are pitted against a pack of demons trading souls – for keeps. The student population is enamored with a new card game, Boroughs Quest. Kids are desperate to get their hands on gilded cards from a mysterious expansion deck, but when they do…

It’s all fun and games ’til somebody dies.
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Murder Will Out by Alison Joseph

Murder Will Out by Alison JosephThis novella features Agatha Christie as a detective. Set in her home village in 1923, it starts when a body is found at the local vicarage. Agatha, against her instincts, is drawn into the investigation, and finds herself at the heart of a mystery which echoes the concerns of England post the First World War.

‘Murder Will Out’ has not been authorised by Agatha Christie Ltd, and it is a book about Agatha Christie, not by her.

“Wickedly clever – written with a sharp eye and elan. Guaranteed to make every Agatha Christie fan smile.” – Peter James

‘Christie herself is the fulcrum of this highly diverting piece, delivered with all the quirky skill that is Joseph’s trademark.’ – Barry Forshaw, Crime Time.
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Boysie Blake: Problem Solver by Max Myers

Boysie Blake Problem Solver by Max MyersHollywood: sex, murder, power, corruption, fraud, theft and the obsession with the Cult Of Celebrity; then there are bad days.

Boysie Blake solves problems. Yours. He doesn’t need the money. You can be rich or poor, famous or not, it doesn’t matter. What does, is that you’re straight with him. The last thing you want is to become the problem he has to solve.

Michael Santoro, Boysie’s stepdad, was found floating face down in Sycamore Cove. Drowned while surfing, apparently. His long time friend, Detective Lawton, Santa Monica PD, tries to help, but he’s got his own problems.

Marjorie Wallace, art dealer to Hollywood’s powerful elite, has brokered a deal between two of its most formidable and dangerous players, for a previously unknown and never before seen Jackson Pollock. Problem is, the painting’s a 3D printed fake, and now she’s on the hook for a $150 million.

Boysie knows there will be blood. He has to make sure it’s not his, or Marjorie’s.
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The Tesla Legacy by Rebecca Cantrell

The Tesla Legacy by Rebecca CantrellIn this sequel to the award-winning The World Beneath, software genius, Joe Tesla, confronts an equally brilliant and far more powerful foe.

Still crippled by agoraphobia and confined to the tunnels under New York City, Joe is haunted by the fact that he cannot even attend his father’s funeral. His father’s death brings threats to the safety of Joe’s underground home: guilt over the broken relationship that can never be healed, a mysterious box of papers inherited from eccentric inventor Nikola Tesla, and a ruthless enemy determined to steal those papers no matter the cost.

Mystified by why his inheritance is so valuable, Joe and his service dog, Edison, follow clues left a century ago by Joe’s famous ancestor to reveal the power of his family legacy. While Joe must rely on his considerable talents as a hacker, he must also reach out to friends.

But whom can he trust as he battles to save his beloved city from . . . The Tesla Legacy?

Winner of International Thriller Writers Best Ebook Original award!
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Death of a Songbird by Christine Goff

Death of a Songbird by Christine GoffIn desperate need of respite, Lark Drummond accompanies her friend, Rachel Stanhope, on a birding expedition. But their relaxing afternoon takes an gruesome turn when Lark witnesses her business partner’s malevolent murder through her spotting scope. With the help of their birdwatching club, she sets out to figure out whodunit. However, as more information surfaces, it soon becomes apparent that this case is much more menacing than they originally bargained for.

“A most absorbing mystery.” –Virginia H. Kingsolver, Birding magazine

“Very entertaining. Birders and nature lovers alike will enjoy this new twist on the cozy mystery.” –The Mystery Reader

“You don’t have to be a bird lover to fall in love with Christine Goff’s charming Birdwatcher’s Mysteries.” –Tony Hillerman, New York Times bestselling author of the Navajo Mystery series.

“The birds of the Rocky Mountains will warm the binoculars of birders who have waited a lifetime to see real stories about birds in a popular novel.”–Birding Business magazine

“Christine Goff’s Birdwatcher’s mysteries are engaging.” –Mystery Scene
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Choosing Evil (Ensouled Trilogy, #1) by Kristina Rienzi

Schoosing evilerafina Murano is no stranger to the paranormal. All of her life she’s lived harmoniously alongside demons. Damon Serpe is a conflicted demon on a mission. Unexpectedly, they collide into each other’s lives and are inexorably drawn to one another.

Dark deadly secrets, gut wrenching betrayal, and elusive questions haunt her and have her entire life. Instinctively, Serafina realizes Damon holds the key to her understanding. If she trusts him, can he help decipher her recurring nightmares and unravel the mysteries surrounding her?

On the eve of her thirtieth birthday, she must select her path and make a difficult choice. One which will change her, and perhaps the world, forever.

Will Serafina embrace the truth and face her evil?

Would you?

“Rienzi’s first novel is a magnificent effort. Character development is excellent with personalities bursting from the pages. The plot thickens throughout the book leaving the reader anticipating the next in the series. A superb beginning for an author I hope to read a lot more from.” – amp10q
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Black River by Tom Lowe

Black River by Tom LoweWhen an old man sees an unidentified Civil War photograph of a woman in the newspaper, he begins a desperate search for a 160-year-old painting that he believes will match the image of the enigmatic woman in the photograph, and if it does, it will prove that his great, great grandfather did not run from battle. After the old man hires Sean O’Brien to find the mysterious painting, O’Brien discovers it’s linked to a secret letter and map that will lead to a trapdoor where a hidden key to the most horrific war on U.S. soil lies buried in mud at the bottom of a river. It’s also linked to a new murder, and there are those who will stop at nothing to keep the information hidden because to bring it to the surface will re-write American history.

BLACK RIVER is available from Amazon.


Tom Lowe’s latest mystery/thriller novel is BLACK RIVER. It marks the sixth book in the Sean O’Brien series. A FALSE DAWN was Tom’s first published novel. It was followed by THE 24TH LETTER, THE BUTTERFLY FOREST, THE BLACK BULLET, and BLOOD OF CAIN.

Tom’s first stand-alone novel is DESTINY. It will be released early in 2015.

Tom is an award-winning documentary writer/director whose films air nationwide on PBS. As he writes his books, Tom draws from his travels around the world and his background as a print and broadcast journalist. Tom is a sailor and SCUBA diver. He lives in Florida.

Ephemeral: A Brainrush Thriller by Richard Bard

EphemeralNamed as one of “IndieReader’s Best Books of 2014!”

From The Wall Street Journal bestselling author Richard Bard comes the next highly-anticipated “Brainrush” thriller, a mind-gripping adventure that spans three continents and two books – “Everlast” and “Ephemeral.”

A gifted boy forced to grow up too fast… A father who will do anything to protect him… A madman bent on destroying them both.

In Amsterdam, a visionary scientist is laying the groundwork for a cybernetic life-extension project that will transfer individual consciousness to a personalized avatar. Halfway around the world, his brilliant grandson is secretly planning to use the same technology to infiltrate the world’s most secure networks. But the scientific advances necessary to perfect the brain-to-computer interface are slow in coming, too slow for the aging founder of the Everlast foundation–who may die before realizing his dream of immortality–and too slow for his ruthless grandson, who will stop at nothing to attain the recognition that is his birthright.

Caught in the middle are Jake Bronson and his seven-year-old son, Alex, whose combined mental gifts might provide the key to leapfrogging the impasse.
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Everlast: A Brainrush Thriller by Richard Bard

everlastFrom The Wall Street Journal bestselling author Richard Bard comes the next highly anticipated “Brainrush” thriller, a mind-gripping action thriller that spans three continents and two books – Everlast and Ephemeral. (Ephemeral was named one of IndieReader’s Best Books of 2014, and will be available 1/10/15)

A gifted boy forced to grow up too fast… A father who will do anything to protect him… A madman bent on destroying them both.

In Amsterdam, a visionary scientist is laying the groundwork for a cybernetic life-extension project that will transfer individual consciousness to a personalized avatar. Halfway around the world, his brilliant grandson is secretly planning to use the same technology to infiltrate the world’s most secure networks. But the scientific advances necessary to perfect the brain-to-computer interface are slow in coming, too slow for the aging founder of the Everlast foundation–who may die before realizing his dream of immortality–and too slow for his ruthless grandson, who will stop at nothing to attain the recognition that is his birthright.

Caught in the middle are Jake Bronson and his seven-year-old son, Alex, whose combined mental gifts might provide the key to leapfrogging the impasse.
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The Trap by L. J. Sellers

trapWhile skydiving with an adventure group, FBI Agent Jamie Dallas overhears plans to carry out criminal acts against a politician. Believing the group may have already committed murder, the bureau sends Dallas to infiltrate the activists. But to worm her way inside the tight-knit clan, Dallas makes dangerous compromises and starts to sympathize with their cause. She ends up so deep undercover she can’t make contact with the bureau.

Across town, a Washington DC detective investigates a death that looks like a simple  “hooker homicide.” But as Detective Larson peels away the layers, she uncovers something far more sinister, something deeply connected to a high-profile judge’s death.

Meanwhile, working against her own conscience, Agent Dallas struggles to gather evidence and push the activist group toward the major takedown the FBI has orchestrated. But inside the group’s safe house, another imposter lurks, and when the real motive surfaces, Dallas is caught in a cunning trap that will make her both a victim and a killer.

Can the law enforcement players come together in time to help Dallas, or is she on her own—to live or die—depending only on her wits and timing?
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First We Kill All the Zombies by Connie Flynn

zombiesA couple’s long delayed honeymoon is interrupted when they get shanghaied to Nineteen-Twenties America where a diabolical team is fabricating zombie soldiers. She is a brilliant biophysicist, he a former Green Beret, and they have no intention of fulfilling the zombie makers plans for them. They have plans of their own that include destroying the zombies and returning to their own time. Then things really get complicated . . .

First We Kill All the Zombies is available from Amazon.


“You will be drawn into Bootlegger’s Cove and Speakeasy Alley inside the park on a tour with Doktor Heinekoffen, into mysterious places with strange characters until you forget you are reading a book about zombies and are on a movie set with Johnny Depp…” Betty McNicholas
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Fugitives by David DeLee

For bounty hunter Grace deHaviland the job seemed simple. Track down Barry Keegan, an accountant in a white collar criminal case who jumped bail. How hard could that be?

But the case turns deadly when a co-defendant ends up murdered and Grace’s best friend, sheriff’s deputy Suzie Jensen, is nearly killed.

Can Grace track down the elusive Barry Keegan—a man more dangerous than anyone could’ve guessed—while she tries to protect his wife and son from a violent past they thought dead and buried?

Drawn into a complex, joint task force investigation, Grace deHaviland, along with her best friend Sheriff’s Deputy Suzie Jensen, find themselves facing off against gunrunners, the U.S. Marshal Service, and the ATF. Squeezed from all sides, they must do what the feds, and even Grace’s occasional lover, BCI agent Eugene Booker, won’t, if they are to find their man before time runs out…for him and for them.

On the trail of a pedophile and out of time before more victims die, sheriff’s deputy Suzie Jensen turns to the only person she knows who can help her locate her perp and a missing girl: Columbus, Ohio’s top bounty hunter, Grace deHaviland.
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Sarah of the Romani by Tom Calen

sarahSara Mustow has lived in the house on Pullman Street for sixty-five years. But, she does not live there alone. Sara shares her home with an infinite evil.

For Alex Delaney, returning to Maine means returning to childhood memories he struggled for years to overcome. His younger brother Noah hopes the trip will bring both siblings closer to whatever shred of family remains to them. But, an old gypsy’s secret will force the Delaneys to confront terrible truths.

Detective Ian Letellier, a member of the Maine State Police’s Major Crimes Unit, or MCU, leads an investigation into one of the most gruesome murders in the state’s history. The evidence in the case suggests a link to a company of local Gypsies. Law enforcement holds a jaded view of the Romani, believing them to be nothing more than thieves and scam artists. What Detective Letellier learns will shatter everything he knew about the Romani, and everything he knew about himself.
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Vampire Classmates (A Transylvanica High Short) by R. Barri Flowers

vampFrom R. Barri Flowers, the bestselling author of the Transylvanica High series, featuring young adult vampire novels, Count Dracula’s Teenage Daughter and Out For Blood, come the prequel audio short story, Vampire Classmates.

Seventeen-year-old Lydia Knight was about to start her senior year at Transylvanica High, one of several integrated pilot schools across the country where human and vampire students peacefully coexist.

She is a bit leery about her cousin, Roland DuPree, eighteen, coming to live with her and parents in Harbor Heights, Michigan, with his dark clothing and odd behavior. But since he is family, she has to tolerate him and even accept the fact that her best friend, Mandi, is attracted to her cousin.

Roland DuPree wasn’t exactly thrilled to be leaving Owl’s Bluff, Oregon, to spend his senior year at Transylvanica High. But he understood why. He had been forced to relocate. Unbeknownst to Lydia, Roland was a teen vampire who had bitten off more than he could chew in Owl’s Bluff.

Now he was trying to fit in with Lydia and friends in a new community. But following the rules had never been his strong suit—especially with a craving for fresh rather than powdered human blood, and a potentially ripe for the biting target in his cousin’s attractive friend, Mandi.

Will shaking up things in Harbor Heights expose Roland for who he truly is? Or can he keep his secret while trying to stay true to his heritage as the newest vamp resident in town?
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Frame Shop by Donald J. Bingle

frameCritiquing another writer can be murder.

From its lurid, over-the-top prologue to its quirky addendum, Frame Shop is a mystery thriller filled with violence, humor, and occasional writing advice.

Harold J. Ackerman thinks his latest cat mystery proves he is the best writer in the Pleasant Meadows Writers’ Guild and Critiquing Society, not that the motley assortment of poets, poseurs, and wannabe writers in the PMWGCS provides much competition. But then Gantry Ellis, the NYT best-selling author of the Danger McAdams mystery thrillers, joins the group and wows everyone. Still, Harold hopes to leverage his connection to the famous author into a big break, agreeing to help his mentor with some crime research between contentious critique sessions. Soon, though, his efforts lead to murder … and then more murder.

Frame Shop delivers fun, intrigue, and variety to its readers, whether they are long-time mystery fans or aspiring writers attracted by its writers’ group setting.
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