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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 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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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 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.
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!”
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...
by MK Alexander
How does a Mongol horde help solve a baffling crime in Colorado and save FDR from assassination? Inspector Fynn and Patrick charge through history, past and present to save America from itself.
by John Yantiss
On a frigid Friday afternoon in February, Eleanor Harkness shows up at the door of the “granite palace,” Sherrod Colsne’s New York townhouse. Her unexpected yet incredibly fateful and ironic appearance not only knocks Colsne’s normally unflappable assistant, Monty Weston, off stride, but takes both of them down a winding path of romance, past and present, and decades-old, bitter hatred.
by Nathan Birr
Hard-charging private investigator Jackson Douglas is on the defensive this time when he becomes the victim of a shooter he can’t identify. While recuperating, he replays the adventures that led—presumably—to his shooting and the events that have caused him to question his future as a private eye. Can he unmask the shooter before he or she strikes a second time? And can he overcome his doubts and demons when it’s time to save the day once again?
by John Yantiss
"The Weerwolf Problem" (Dutch spelling) forces Monty Weston, assistant, and de facto son to Colsne, to reassess all that he had come to accept about the monsters that had once been part and parcel of most people's belief systems prior to The Industrial Revolution, and the subsequent explosion of "scientific" discovery. No less nerve rattling is the truth behind a series of freakish animal deaths in Upstate New York, found in "The Golden Dart."
Attorney Sabre Orin Brown’s job is to protect her minor client. Her obsession is to solve the mysterious disappearance of her brother. When Sabre’s search for her brother and her career as a juvenile court attorney collide, can she protect herself and the child from the obscure and treacherous truth?
by John Yantiss
Sir Guy Hugo de May, Marquis of Maubrey, now President and CEO of Tower Of London Aegis, or TOLA, is in Jacksonville, Florida for a conference with an American partner firm, Biocon, and Organic Processing Technologies, Inc., a rival enterprise claiming that it owned the rights to a very special CPU, or at least the bio-electrical materials and manufacturing procedures used in producing it. That CPU, with SW developed by TOLA, form “Erelim."
"A gripping, powerfully-written collection of stories depicting the terrors, ironies, and tragedies that unfold in the world of war and espionage."
The discovery of a body disfigured by fire and smoke inside an old steam engine interrupts Charlie’s vacation and threatens his relationship with his capable but frustrated fiancée. She threatens a breakup, and Charlie may stray with the willing female investigator assigned to the case. At the same time, shadowy criminal elements conspire to take advantage of Charlie’s distractions while the grotesque murders mount up.
by Maggie Pill
Barb and Faye have their detective agency up and running, but when baby sister Retta needs help, they drop everything to assist her. The results are harrowing: dangerous encounters with killers. Help comes from some unexpected sources: Retta's goofy Newfoundland, Faye's rescued mutt, and a couple of horses. If sisters aren't quite enough, send in the pets!
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Framed for murder after a harebrained publicity stunt backfires, fledgling author Eddie Barrow, Jr. seeks the help of two unlikely friends—an alcoholic and a dominatrix—to expose a billion-dollar investment scam before the real killers hunt them down.
by Nathan Birr
P.I. Jackson Douglas is back in his most action-packed adventure yet. The stakes are high when he and his beautiful client go to Las Vegas, and they only get raised at each turn. Jackson will have to overcome his disdain for his client and the mysterious power she holds on him if he's going to make sense of a suddenly complex case . . . and save their lives in the process.