New E-Releases

Barbecue and Bad News by Nancy Naigle

Barbecue and Bad News by Nancy NaigleWelcome to Adams Grove…where the barbecue isn’t the only thing that sizzles, in the 6th book of the Adams Grove series.

Savannah Dey politely agreed to attend her ex-husband’s wedding, but she’d be grateful for any reason to get out of it…which is why the speeding ticket from the handsome sheriff of Adams Grove is both a surprise and a reprieve. With one quick call to her editor, the aspiring columnist finds herself with a new assignment and the perfect excuse to get closer to the man who pulled her over. Now, all she needs is a way to deal with all the bad memories the small town dredges up…

Sheriff Scott Calvin can’t forget the woman who set off his radar, but he’s determined to send Savannah on her way. He’s done making bad choices, and this beautiful city gal is sure to leave Adams Grove once she finishes her story. By the time she’s stirred up a hornet’s nest, he’s already falling for her. Will trouble bind them together, or will her secrets tear them apart?
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Destiny by Tom Lowe

Destiny by Tom LoweWhen former CIA code-breaker, Paul Marcus, receives the call he thinks it’s a hoax. He’s asked to analyze a cache of papers found locked in an old trunk. They were the last manuscripts written by Isaac Newton. Using Newton’s math and notes, Marcus begins to see a pattern leading to a prophecy so frightening that to reveal it will change world events. At the time of his death. Newton was searching for ancient biblical codes that may open a locked window into future events. Newton helped explain gravity — but could he do the same for human destiny?

DESTINY is available from Amazon.

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Tom Lowe’s latest mystery/thriller novel is DESTINY. It is Tom’s first stand-alone book. DESTINY is an international thriller that begins with the discovery of Sir Isaac Newton’s lost notes and how a Pandora’s Box opens when a former CIA code-breaker puts the dangerous puzzle pieces together.

The first novel in the acclaimed Sean O’Brien series was A FALSE DAWN. It was followed by THE 24TH LETTER, THE BUTTERFLY FOREST, THE BLACK BULLET, BLOOD OF CAIN, and BLACK RIVER.

The next book to be published featuring Sean O’Brien is CEMETERY ROAD.

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.

Cannibal ( A Jack Sigler Thriller) by Jeremy Robinson & Sean Ellis

Cannibal ( A Jack Sigler Thriller) by Jeremy Robinson & Sean EllisStill recovering from the tragic loss of a good friend, Jack Sigler, callsign: King, leads the Chess Team—a crew of former Delta operators—back into action. But what should be a routine snatch-and-grab to capture a drug cartel leader, escalates out of control, throwing the team into a challenge unlike anything they’ve ever faced. An enemy from their past, who is close to unmasking their identities, joins forces with the psychotic cartel kingpin, setting a trap that will shake the team to its foundations.

While the team battles enemies old and new, King’s fiancée, CDC disease detective, Sara Fogg, struggles to stop a strange outbreak that transforms the infected into ravenous, inhuman monsters. Once responsible for the disappearance of the Roanoke settlers, the disease now threatens to spread across the planet, ending human civilization in a bloodbath of violence.

Hunted by humans and monsters alike, King and the Chess Team face a desperate choice—sacrifice themselves or let the world bleed.
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Dog Have Mercy by Neil S. Plakcy

Dog Have Mercy by Neil S. PlakcyIn the sixth golden retriever mystery, Dog Have Mercy, Christmas approaches and reformed hacker Steve Levitan tries to help a fellow ex-con now working at the vet’s office in Stewart’s Crossing. His curiosity, and the crime-solving instincts of his golden retriever, Rochester, kick in when liquid potassium ampoules are stolen from the vet and Steve’s new friend is a suspect.

Is this theft connected to a drug-running operation in North Philly? Or to a recent spate of deaths at the local nursing home? And can Steve continue to resist his computer-hacking impulses or will his desire to help others continue to lead him into trouble?

Mr. Plakcy did a terrific job in this cozy mystery. He had a smooth writing style that kept the story flowing evenly. The dialogue and descriptions were right on target.
–Red Adept
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Ryder: American Treasure by Nick Pengelley

RYDERDuring of the War of 1812, British troops ransacked the White House and made off with valuables that were never returned. Two centuries later, a British curator finds a vital clue to the long-vanished loot. Within hours, the curator is assassinated—and Ayesha Ryder, a Palestinian-born antiquities expert, is expertly framed for his murder.

Who could be behind such a conspiracy? And why do they want Ryder out of the way? To find out, she picks up a trail leading from a mysterious nineteenth-century letter to the upcoming presidential election. As Ryder dodges killers in the shadow of hidden alliances, sexual blackmail, and international power plays, she finds that all roads lead to the Middle East, where a fragile peace agreement threatens to unravel . . . and another mystery begs to be discovered.

Ryder’s rarefied academic career and her violent past are about to collide. And her only hope of survival is to confront a powerful secret agent who has been waiting for one thing: the chance to kill Ayesha Ryder with his own two hands.
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Cult of the Black Jaguar by JG Faherty

Cult of the Black Jaguar by JG FahertyIn the depths of the jungle lie mysteries drenched in blood.

Ethan Foster has spent a lifetime as a guide and bodyguard for archeologist Heathcliff Pascal. They’ve survived more adventures than they can count, but now, deep in the jungles of Central America, they discover a secret hidden from the world for centuries: the Cult of the Black Jaguar, presided over by an immortal goddess whose beauty is matched by her cruelty. She needs the blood of a virgin to bring her army back to life, and she’s found one in Heathcliff’s daughter, Jenny. It’s up to Ethan to stop her. It might seem an impossible task, but Ethan has secrets of his own. Dark secrets. Before the night is over, blood will be shed, and only one man—or monster—will survive.

“I’ve known JG Faherty since he was an up-and-comer. Now he’s arrived. Start reading him now – as in TODAY – so you won’t have to play catch-up later.” – F. Paul Wilson, author of the bestselling Repairman Jack series
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Look Closer by Rachel Amphlett

Look Closer by Rachel AmphlettHow far would you go to protect a secret?

How far would you go to expose a lie?

Will Fletcher seems to have it all – perfect job, perfect life. Then in one act of extreme violence, his world is turned upside down.

A bungled assassination attempt on a London street uncovers a disturbing conspiracy fuelled by organised crime and political ambition. Now, Will finds himself on the run, pursued by a dangerous enemy who will stop at nothing to protect his employer’s past.

The only way to stop the chain of events is to follow a trail of clues that lead to the heart of British politics.
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The Lady and the Wolf by Steve Myers

The Lady and the Wolf by Steve MyersHardboiled detective novel dealing with murder, drug dealing, and a woman in trouble.

Librarian, Becky Heyward is trapped in an S & M sexual relationship with a vicious drug dealer. Her life nearly ruined, her last hope is tough guy detective, Joe Andrews. He will do anything for her short of the one solution she knows will work: murder.

THE LADY AND THE WOLF is available from Amazon.

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I have had stories published online & in print, and several novels published. Recent novels published: The Lady and the Wolf; All In, All Out; A Case of Love and Squalor; Garden of the Falling Moon.

Hellfire & Damnation III by Connie (Corcoran) Wilson

Hellfire & Damnation III by Connie WilsonThis 3rd installment in the award-winning series organized around the 9 Circles of Hell in Dante’s “Inferno” takes you on adventures that will keep you awake at night long after you’ve finished the book. A Satanic minister incites a mentally-challenged youth to murder; teenagers find themselves trapped in a cave with a dangerous secret; New Zealand warriors face the British in The Battle of Gate Pa; the death of a young college student from hypothermia under mysterious circumstances is investigated: they’re all here. Illustrations for each story and cover art, once again is by Vincent Chong, five-time recipient of the British Fantasy Award and Winner of the World Fantasy Award for Best Artist of 2013.

“Connie (Corcoran) Wilson’s Hellfire & Damnation is a remarkable collection of somber, noirish, flat-out scary and altogether satisfying stories that seek to find hope in a dark world that defies it. Her subtle irony and penchant for finding terror in the least expected places will generate comparisons to Stephen King and Dean Koontz , with just a hint of Philip K. Dick thrown in. But don’t be fooled; Wilson has a wondrous voice in her own right, and her tight, twisty tales establish her as a force to be reckoned with.”
(New York Times Best-selling author of the Caitlin Strong series, Jon Land.)
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Initiated to Kill by Sharlene Almond

Initiated to Kill by Sharlene AlmondTwo men from different generations, both initiated into a powerful organisation that throughout history has sought control and uses their power for destruction. They leave behind a wake of murder, manipulation and ancient secrets.

The first man wreaks havoc in and around the Whitechapel district of London, England in the 19th century. While the other stalks his victims in the cosmopolitan city of Seville, Spain in the 21st century; knowing that only he could uncover the true motives of one of the world’s most infamous serial killers – Jack the Ripper.

Annabella Cordova quickly becomes embroiled in the conspiracy involving the university she studies at. When her roommate goes missing, it becomes very personal. Her past gradually unveils, as she is closer to this than she could have possibly imagined.
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A Nest in the Ashes by Christine Goff

A Nest in the Ashes by Christine GoffThe critically acclaimed Birdwatcher Mystery Series focuses on environmental concerns through bird-related issues, and wraps them in a delectable, page-turning suspense story that keeps even the most seasoned Mystery fans guessing until the very end!

Eric Linenger’s job, as a National Park Service ranger, isn’t always easy. He is tasked to oversee a “prescribed burn” of a thousand acres in Rocky Mountain National Park, which not only means containing the fire to the necessary acreage, but also protect the precious habitats of the local birds.

However, once the fire is ablaze, the delinquent flames spread wildly out of control, and Eric’s boss, Wayne Devlin, is found dead near the fire’s origin.

Eric takes it upon himself to investigate an increasingly perplexing arsonist mystery, and uncovers the disturbing truth that many people–including his own friends–had motives to ensure that the deadly fire would rage unchecked.
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Santa Claus, Lies, and Murder by Sibel Hodge

Santa Claus, Lies, and Murder by Sibel HodgeSanta has gone missing and the fate of Christmas is in Amber Fox’s hands…

When the bones of St Nicholas, the original Santa Claus, are stolen from a special exhibit at the Natural History Museum on Christmas Eve, insurance investigator Amber Fox is hot on the thieves’ trail.

Jinxed spells, freaky insects, and a sack full of secrets take Amber on a bumpy sleigh ride. But can she restore the relics back to their natural resting place and preserve the true spirit of the Yuletide Holly Days? Or is Santa lost forever?

**Santa Claus, Lies, and Murder is a novella, or short novel length mini mystery, approx 100 pages**

“If you like Janet Evanovich’s Stephanie Plum I think you will really like Amber Fox – I know I do.” Martha’s Bookshelf
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Hot Rod Heart: A Noir Novelette by Thomas Pluck

Hot Rod Heart by Thomas PluckBobby and Karen fit together like two sharp-toothed gears, suping up cars, racing them for pinks, and selling their rods to scrape a living. Then an old friend comes calling, and the jealous, brutal world conspires to tear them apart.

A fierce and fiery chopped & channeled noir tale from the author of the explosive action thriller Blade of Dishonor, and Steel Heart: 10 Tales of Crime & Suspense.

“Hardcore-clean writing delivered at warp speed.” -Andrew Vachss

“Short, mean, and well-written.” -James Reasoner

“The rush his writing supplies is addictive.” -Criminal Element

“His prose is blade sharp and he writes with the heart of a warrior.” -Josh Stallings
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Rocco and the Snow Angel by Adrian Magson

Rocco and the Snow Angel by Adrian MagsonAn Inspector Lucas Rocco novella from Cecil Court Press – for lovers of French-based crime fiction.

Picardie, France. 1964.

A former village priest is found shot dead, execution-style, in a snow-covered field. The killing re-opens memories of a wartime scandal around the villages of Poissons-les-Marais and Fouillmont, when a young infatuation led to a spate of coldly efficient assassinations.

But who’s responsible for this particular murder? And why so long after the event? Is it some secret revenge? The result of a long-held hatred from the days of the priest’s involvement in the Resistance in WW2?
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Target Shy & Sexy by L. J. Martin

Target Shy & Sexy by L. J. MartinMike Reardon is at it again, only this time it’s an easy bodyguard gig…and the body is beautiful and talented. One of America’s hot new country western singers. The hell of it is, she’s abducted before he gets on the job. Now it’s find her and find her in one piece, and not get himself and his buddies killed in the process.

An Amazon 5 Star Review: Don’t read this if you want to relax right now, because Mike Reardon and a few of his ex-marine buddies will have you on the edge of your seat until you get to the end. This is one of L.J. Martin’s latest “Repairman Series” thrillers that earns my “Couldn’t put it down” award. It is exciting and detailed to the point that you feel that you are with Mike, as he travels around several states and interfaces with Organized Crime, Federal and Local Police to solve a friends problems. You won’t be bored. You will be enlightened, and you will want more L.J. Martin reading material.
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Lessons for Survivors by Charlie Cochrane

Lessons for Survivors by Charlie CochraneHistorical cosy mystery with romantic elements.
A more than professional interest . . . a more than personal intrigue.

Orlando Coppersmith should be happy. WWI is almost a year in the past, he’s back at St. Bride’s College in Cambridge, his lover and best friend Jonty Stewart is at his side again, and—to top it all—he’s about to be made Forsterian Professor of Applied Mathematics. And although he and Jonty have precious little time for an investigative commission, they can’t resist a suspected murder case which must be solved in a month so a clergyman can claim his rightful inheritance.

But the courses of scholarship, true love, and amateur detecting never did run smooth. Orlando’s inaugural lecture proves almost impossible to write. A plagiarism case he’s adjudicating on turns nasty with a threat of blackmail against him and Jonty. And the murder investigation turns up too many leads and too little hard evidence.
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Cuffed: Tales from the Street by Suzanne Berube Rorhus

Cuffed by Suzanne Berube RorhusThese are the stories cops tell their families at the dinner table. The twelve stories in this collection describe the humorous aspects of the job, allowing kids to partake in a reading ride-along. The tales range from searching for criminals on top of a construction site to pulverizing a Christmas tree.

CUFFED: TALES FROM THE STREET is available from Amazon and Barnes & Noble.

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Suzanne Berube Rorhus attended the Squaw Valley Community of Writers workshop, served as the Derringer Awards coordinator for the Short Mystery Fiction Society, and is a member of Mystery Writers of America and International Thriller Writers. Her short fiction has appeared in Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine, the anthologies Memphis Noir and Moon Shot, and in various online and print publications.

Bill Howe retired from the Battle Creek Police Department after a 26-year career. His last position was as a crime lab supervisor. He recently retired from his position as the investigator for the county prosecutor’s team. He teaches criminal investigation at the local police academy.

Human, All Too Human by Steve Attridge

Human, All Too Human by Steve AttridgeOmnibus edition of 3 bestselling A Mind for Murder thrillers with protagonist Paul Rook, eccentric and irascible philosopher and private investigator.

Fast-paced and brilliantly written Kindle Singles. The plots are quick to develop. Where Attridge really shines is in character development. I love the idea of the failing philosophy professor whose personal life is in tatters (one book opens with Rook stalking his own wife in the hope of a date) and professional reputation hangs by a thread. Such an investigator will need help. It comes in the form of his witty daughter, who is often given the task of piecing together Rook’s relationships, as well as evidence from each case.
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Strangers on a Plane by Kay Kendall

Strangers on a Plane by Kay KendallIn 1969 during a flight across North America, a young mother traveling with her infant meets an elderly woman who displays unusual powers. But when a catastrophe threatens, are those powers strong enough to avert disaster? This short story folds into Kay’s mystery series published by Stairway Press that features the young woman, amateur sleuth Austin Starr. — A short story from The Prometheus Saga — Strangers on a Plane.

In The Prometheus Saga, twelve authors unite to interpret how an alien presence would interact with the human condition over a time period that spans from the dawn of man to the present. The stories cross genres and genders, allowing for entirely different narratives and insights on historical events and the human experience.

Each story is self-contained and can be read in any order. The reader is free to select any of the stories at random to begin their experience. Each short story has a different setting in history. The book description will explain the time period setting for each particular story.
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First World War by Ken Pelham

First World War by Ken PelhamHomo sapiens reigns as the lone species of human on Earth, but this was not always the case. Other species of hominid, contemporary to ours yet far older than ours, thrived around the world. With the spread of modern humans, contact with the other species was inevitable. Only one species remains. What happened? What would an observer of our species, sent from a distant civilization from across the galaxy, make of the rising conflict? This story is an installment in THE PROMETHEUS SAGA, a cutting-edge, online anthology by twelve authors, each with a different perspective on human history.

FIRST WORLD WAR is available from Amazon.

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Ken Pelham lives and writes in Maitland, Florida. His thriller, BRIGANDS KEY, won first place in the Florida Writers Association’s Royal Palm Literary Awards and was published in hardcover in 2012 by Cengage/Five Star Mystery. The ebook edition was released in 2013.
Brigands Key is “… a perfect storm of menace… breathtaking!”
—The Florida Weekly
His BK prequel, PLACE OF FEAR, also a first place winner of the Royal Palm Literary Award, hit the electronic shelves as an ebook in 2013, and the wood shelves in softcover in 2014.

The Mazovia Legacy by Michael E. Rose

The Mazovia Legacy by Michael E. RoseAll three volumes in Michael E. Rose’s thriller series have now been released as ebooks by Momentum Books, a division of Pan.

(1) The Mazovia Legacy
(2) The Burma Effect
(3) The Tsunami File

The Mazovia Legacy
The snow in a Montreal winter covers a multitude of sins …

In the icy depths of a Quebec winter, a harmless old Polish man dies in mysterious circumstances. His suspicious niece draws in Montreal investigative journalist, Frank Delaney, to help her find the truth behind the death, a story the authorities seem to want covered up.
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Initiated to Kill by Sharlene Almond

Initiated to Kill by Sharlene AlmondTwo men from different generations, both initiated into a powerful organisation that throughout history has sought control and uses their power for destruction. They leave behind a wake of murder, manipulation and ancient secrets.

The first man wreaks havoc in and around the Whitechapel district of London, England in the 19th century. While the other stalks his victims in the cosmopolitan city of Seville, Spain in the 21st century; knowing that only he could uncover the true motives of one of the world’s most infamous serial killers – Jack the Ripper.

Annabella Cordova quickly becomes embroiled in the conspiracy involving the university she studies at. When her roommate goes missing, it becomes very personal. Her past gradually unveils, as she is closer to this than she could have possibly imagined.
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The Pisces Affair by Daco

The Pisces Affair by DacoCIA operative Jordan Jakes, the heroine of Daco’s Amazon #1 Bestseller, The Libra Affair, meets Prometheus when U.S. Secretary of State becomes the target of a terrorist attack at a head-of-state dinner in Dubai. Posing as the fiance of top-ranking government official and ex-Navy Seal, Jordan must identify the assassin and stop an unimaginable act of evil. Will Jordan be able to stop the act in time? And what role does Prometheus play in the conspiracy? The Pisces Affair is a unique blend of spy thriller and sci-fi.

A short story from The Prometheus Saga.

INTERVIEW WITH THE AUTHOR

Q – What is The Prometheus Saga?
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Be Mine: Ten Erotic Romances for Valentine’s Day by Denise A. Agnew

Be Mine by Denise A. AgnewBE MINE — Ten Erotic Romances for Valentine’s Day features contemporary romance, paranormal romance, military romance, and BDSM romance from today’s New York Times and USA Today bestselling authors.

Snowed in With the Tycoon by Shoshanna Evers
When they get snowed in together on the same piece of land they’re each fighting for, unexpected desire sparks.

Wrong Bride by Geri Foster
Short, sexy, fun…
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11 by Kylie Brant

11 by Kylie BrantEleven. For three long years that’s what she was called by The Collector, the sexual sadist who enslaved her.

Mia Deleon fought the odds and escaped only to discover that no one would believe her about the ordeal she’d endured. Not the police. Not her family or friends. Even the investigators she hired couldn’t find a trace of the sexual predator. So with help she disappeared, always looking over her shoulder, living in the shadows. Knowing she’d never be safe while he was still free.

Security expert Jude Bishop had helped her vanish. Now he’s been hired to bring Mia back. A criminal profiler may have discovered a tenuous link to her case. But Jude is nearly too late because The Collector has already found Mia, too. And their race to trail the sexual sadist turned killer brings Mia ever closer to the man obsessed with her.

Because she became his prized possession the moment she’d evaded him. And he’ll stop at nothing to see his collection finally complete…
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Beyond Good and Evil by Steve Attridge

Beyond Good and Evil by Steve AttridgeArmed with a quick, inquisitive mind, an arsenal of philosophic quotations and an addiction to fear, Paul Rook is willing to embroil himself in any sticky situation which comes his way. Rook’s latest job is for Andy Hebden, who hires him to find his brother Marty. Marty had been selling Warhol prints and, after going to meet a client, Jacques Brissot, he disappeared, along with the paintings and half a million in cash.

But before Rook can find Marty, Andy turns up dead. Brissot proves almost impossible to track down, and before he knows it, Rook has become the target of one of Brissot’s men… Can Rook find Marty before the killers find him?

Or will this philosophical investigation be his last…?
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Daddy’s Home by Paul Dale Anderson

Daddy's Home by Paul Dale AndersonTerror gripped the streets of Willow Woods as the grisly deaths increased. The killer struck in isolated areas, slashing young women into bloody ribbons of flesh with the precision of a surgeon. The experts knew he used a razor-sharp butcher’s knife, but only the dead knew his face….

The bad dreams started when Danny’s real dad disappeared. Weird, scary dreams about a strange man with a long, shiny knife, standing over Danny’s mother covered in blood on their kitchen floor. His mom told him to forget about the dreams and stop watching the TV news reports about the Mad Slasher. She said they were safe, especially with their new friend Michael, his pretend daddy, to protect them.

But Danny was afraid of Michael.

Michael looked too much like the monster in his dreams….
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Firebug by Michael McBride

Firebug by Michael McBrideWhen Amelia Behrent is murdered, her sister—FBI Special Agent Emma Behrent—discovers her death is only the most recent in a series of killings spanning the American Southwest. Someone is hunting young women and setting fires to cover his tracks. All Special Agent Behrent has to go on is his unique signature as an arsonist and the fact that each of his victims had a dead firefly in her mouth. She must discover the killer’s next victim if she hopes to stop a monster who wants nothing more than to watch the entire world burn.

FIREBUG is available from Amazon.

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Michael McBride is the bestselling author of Ancient Enemy, Bloodletting, Burial Ground, Condemned, Fearful Symmetry, Innocents Lost, Sunblind, The Coyote, and Vector Borne. His novella Snowblind won the 2012 DarkFuse Readers Choice Award and received honorable mention in The Best Horror of the Year. He lives in Avalanche Territory with his wife and kids.

To explore the author’s other works, please visit www.michaelmcbride.net.

Condemned by Michael McBride

Condemned by Michael McBrideWhen investigative reporter Peter Webber discovers the remains of a young woman in the old Eastown Theatre, he finds himself pitted against a serial killer who uses the bodies of his victims to recreate medieval visions of hell inside Detroit’s landmark ruins. As the body count continues to rise, he and Detective Aundray Rogers must embark upon their own descent into the underworld, one that mirrors the decline of the Motor City, if they’re to have any chance of stopping the murderer before it’s too late.

With the city deteriorating around them, they learn that the abandoned buildings aren’t the only things that have been condemned.

CONDEMNED is available from Amazon.

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Michael McBride is the bestselling author of Ancient Enemy, Bloodletting, Burial Ground, Condemned, Fearful Symmetry, Innocents Lost, Sunblind, The Coyote, and Vector Borne. His novella Snowblind won the 2012 DarkFuse Readers Choice Award and received honorable mention in The Best Horror of the Year. He lives in Avalanche Territory with his wife and kids.

To explore the author’s other works, please visit www.michaelmcbride.net.

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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