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by Randy Cade
THUGSTORE is the story of a young executive search professional (Doug Moore) who is in deep trouble with the mob over his inept sports betting. In exchange for his life, he has to work using his expertise to start a national search and employment firm for criminals. It is also the story of a brutal home invasion robbery gone wrong when an eleven year old boy is wounded and his parents are killed. He works through his grief in a unique way.
A not guilty verdict. A kidnapping. A midnight trial. Six sitting in judgement and one empty chair. Revenge- is it sweet or just a bitter seed? Coach Terrence Jackson is the man who has divided the town of Marston. There are those who believe in the coach and his innocence and then there are the victims who despise him, his smile and his crime. He has a dark past- a previous life no one knew about until the not guilty verdict.
by S. A. Addis
Half a century from now the monarchy has fallen, replaced by a homicidal dictator in the guise of “Supreme Consul”. In an age where science has gone horribly wrong and murder is a whole lot easier than it used to be, these are dark times for our heroes; the persecuted "Academy". And with the introduction of the grizzly commander of Elite Force and a terrifying mutant doctor, things are only going to get worse...
Meet William Butcher, aka The Butcher. Those who stole $9 billion in cash want him dead. The cops want him for murder. Butcher's only hope is his former NCIS colleague and closest friend, Linus Schag. With a plot torn from today's headlines . . . The Butcher's Bill.
by P.F. Ford
In book two of the Dave Slater Mystery series, the sleepy town of Tinton is shocked at the discovery of three bodies in one day. One is a recent murder victim, the others are fifteen-year old skeletons, both victims of an axe murder. When evidence emerges the three are related, it seems there’s no such thing as just a coincidence.
by Angel Medina
After entering a virtual replica of Earth, where anything that happened in the virtual world happened on Earth, Angel gets a chance to live a normal life again. Angel sells off, his computer repair business in exchange for an NYPD uniform and a chance to be a lieutenant in the force What do plutonium, dirty politics and a virtual world have in common?
After a late-night tryst with a much younger man, Maisie Fezziwig wakes to a harrowing scream outside. Curious, she removes a pistol from her dresser drawer and walks outside to investigate. The sleepy street is still and calm at first, until Maisie stumbles on a grisly murder that will change her life forever.
by Jerold Last
New Release: Why did the client’s husband disappear just a couple of days after his wedding? The setting is a winery in Northern California’s Central Valley. Roger is hired to find the missing husband and the reader is off on another suspenseful case that will entertain mystery fans, dog lovers, and wine aficionados. Like all the Roger and Suzanne novels the books can be read in any order so readers can begin the series with this novel.
Tony Logan is excited when he discovers an undeveloped roll of film from the 1970's. What nostalgic memories will be on it? When he develops it one photograph, in particular, shocks him and his siblings. This photo will send Tony and his siblings on a desperate search for what really happened to their parents. Horror, Witchcraft, Black Magic, Devil Worship Demons from the Underworld. The Photograph has it all.
Only a few people have read downbeat journalist Mike Stanhope's first self-published novel, but are some of them finding more in it than he ever intended? He can't work out if that's the problem, or if he's upset someone with one of his articles. Either way, he sets out to find the girl who sparked his story in the first place, and that quest promises a new romantic involvement ... but also threatens danger. Fact and fiction quickly intertwine.
Told through the eyes of an eight-year-old whose inherited psychic gifts meld science with the paranormal, Under the Pines is a fast-paced and surprising story of mistrust and murder. Bisbing intertwines her own childhood memories of life with a renowned forensic scientist into an authentic whodunit.
by Nathan Birr
Hired to retrieve a centuries-old Bible, P.I. Jackson Douglas is thrust into a chase with renowned art thieves, foreign operatives, federal agents, and cartel members--all of whom want the Bible for various reasons and none of whom may be who they actually claim. But it's Jackson's sort-of partner and sidekick who may foil his efforts . . . and quite possibly drive him insane in the process.
by Rick Suttle
It's the mid-1980s and a murder has occurred amid the glitz and glamour of the Dallas nightclub scene. Weekend bouncer Nick Saunders finds himself working amid the panic and wondering if the killer is a patron or one of the bar employees. But everything becomes personal when Nick's girlfriend is kidnapped and he's forced to find her within 24 hours in a sick guessing game concocted by the killer. 325 pages.
by Rick Suttle
Angel Tolbert has recently been hired by her former boss, Captain Humphrey Barrett, to go undercover as a barmaid and investigate two murders and kidnapping, which may once again be tied to a brutal girl gang called the Fiends and some ruthless drug dealers. Angel soon finds herself in brutal game of cat and mouse that could ultimately claim her as the next victim.
by Kate McGinn
Exodus is a 5-star page-turning suspense. Clare Thibodeaux doesn't let too many people get close to her. Four years earlier, she left everything behind trying to hide from a dangerous past. Those same demons have found her. Packing a duffel bag with a few belongings, she drives cross-country hoping to hide in the forests near Lake Superior. A handsome FBI agent and a former Navy Seal with a secret fight for her heart while keeping her safe.
These are the secret letters of Comrade Chang. Who he was is not certain...no one quite remembers him...maybe he was imaginary. However he was apparently a spy, a military-industrial spy of some kind in Boston. These are his letters addressed to a number of persons. Due to their sensitive nature, they were never mailed. The book may represent a strange kind of cryptography; the chattiness of the letters may mask a truly complex cover code.
Haunted by the woman he lost, Cole Sage has hit rock bottom. Cole receives a cry for help from his old love! Thugs, diamond scams, and land frauds leave Cole beaten, bloody but determined. Cole conquers greed and hatred with a will as hard as diamonds.
New FBI agent and profiler Brandon Fisher takes on his first investigation and gets more than he bargained for when the serial killer they’re hunting turns their sights on him. Their killings involve ritualistic torture and with an underground burial chamber including eleven rooms, ten bodies, and one empty grave, this is one dark and creepy read that will keep you up at night. As one reviewer said “Silence of Lambs move over!”
by Matt Drabble
Tommy, Dixon, McEwen, PJ, and Alison were always a close knit group, until Tommy's 12th birthday party. Tragedy strikes when a magic trick goes horribly wrong and a woman lays dead. Now Tommy is 36 and heading home for the first time in over two decades, but he's not alone. Someone is slaughtering the residents of Denver Mills with magic trick themed murders and holding those involved with the Trotter trial in a steely grip of fear.
The Olympus Killer: A spine chilling, serial killer, stand-alone thriller, RE-EDITED 2016 (Greek Island Mysteries)
Over the picturesque Greek Islands, bodies are piling up fast. Bodies tortured, mutilated and strangely connected to ancient Greek mythology. Hellenic Police Captain COSTA PAPACOSTA is called in to assist young, top of her year, foul mouth, food loving Cretan, Lieutenant IOLI CARA in solving their most complex case yet. A model with arms brutally chopped off... Twins decapitated and their heads used to form a sun and a moon...