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Pursued

by MichaelJMac

Michael Rudy leaves is life as an assassin behind only to find his life does not become easier.


Murder on the Barbary Coast

by Lawrence Burdick

A showgirl in 1867 San Francisco is found murdered in the Jolly Roger, a saloon on the infamous Barbary Coast. When the local police refuse to do anything, "Wheeling Dave" Palmer, the silent owner, turns to the one man who will. "Mississippi Pete" Gideon


Missing in Monrovia

by Lauren (CB Laurence)

A missing 17-year-old girl. A brutally murdered scientist. The Express Investigations agency takes on both cases, as well as a friendly bet between husband-and-wife team, Lorenzo and Trix Várlumo. But it's more than a wager that stands to come between the


Elora Magdove: Rise of a Sinking Warrior

by SmoothyDoobyDoo

Elora Magdove struggles to understand her newfound fame as a war hero. This status means very little to her as she wishes to cure a paranormal alignment that’s plagued her since childhood; all in the hopes of beginning life anew.


The Face of the Deep

by smoothistfast

Akron police detective Robert Fontenot and his beautiful partner Lauren Reynolds tread carefully as they follow the deadly trail of a dangerous killer, one who carefully selects his victims to satisfy his lust for dominance and power. As the killer's plo


Queen of Diamonds: Mafia Madame Book Two

by jack the knife

Cyn Hardy had unwittingly married into the Las Vegas Mafia as an 18-year-old innocent. After a twenty-year career in organized crime, she escaped the gangster life, but only after her son was murdered. Now, a Chicago mobster to whom she owes so much needs


Mission: Angola (Xavier Sear Thriller Book 1)

by Randall Krzak

Treachery abounds. Will the situation deteriorate further as players follow their own agendas?


The Fruit of the Poisonous Tree

by j p lundstrom

Her name is Melanie Carpenter. Or is it? Why would anyone want to kill her? She isn’t rich, doesn’t know any secrets. She’s just an orphan who grew up in the foster care system—isn’t she? Worst thing is, Mel doesn’t know what happened. Did she do s


Confined With My Demons

by Alexis Payne

The darker side of life shrouds us, engulfs us and torments us – some escape, whereas others become part of that darkness. Whether it be the remorseless husband; the agoraphobic wrestling with horrific visions throughout the pandemic; the nudist trappe


The Storm Chronicles

by Don60

Four individuals, one storm. In the midst of everyday life, these four have their lives twisted and turned thanks to a storm. Part 1 ~ Threshold Jake, rides his motorcycle towards a building storm. Undaunted by the meteorological event, he presses


Worlds Apart

by jack the knife

Humans have searched the cosmos for decades looking for evidence of intelligent life elsewhere in the vast reaches of space. Finally, a signal from a planet well outside the solar system arrives. The message is shocking enough, but soon after, the world f


Sweet Thangs: Southern Sweets from Two Sassy Sisters

by Ann Everett

Based on the fictional bakery in Ann Everett's Tizzy/Ridge Trilogy, the cookbook contains over 160 dessert recipes.


13 Forevers: Stories and Reflections on Death and Love

by KC Marks

Discover an emerging author's inaugural collection of 13 stunning shorts from the sentimental side of the cemetery.


Road to the Mansfield

by Lauren (CB Laurence)

Road to the Mansfield is the sweeping tale of three extraordinary souls on journeys of a lifetime, and the pivotal moment when their worlds collide on a fateful night in 1940 at Hollywood’s swanky Mansfield Supper Club.


Bank Shot

by michaelkent

Beaudry's reputation is faltering. He can't connect the dots. He's assigned to a case that has neither rhyme nor reason. As in a sandstorm, clues swirl around him, carrying only bad memories of his murdered mother. He's walking on eggs, Pat is unhappy tha


War on Drugs

by Gary Engler

Waylon Choy, one of many journalists to lose their jobs as newspapers everywhere shrink, finds a woman dead from a drug overdose while on his morning jog through Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside. Nobody knows her real name or where she came from. Choy, who h


Tuatha de Danann

by Lyanna Douglas

So begins the sage of the Tuatha de Danann, the first story ever told.


Grand Opening

by Lyanna Douglas

A one-act romantic comedy set at the opening--and closing--of a new grocery store.


Terrorcruise: A Novel of the Unity Sphere

by Seabrass

Unity Fleet Tac-team Captain Axel Fargo has one last shot at his nemesis, master chaotist Hetz, but his best may not be good enough...


Hug Everyone You Know: a year of community, courage, and cancer

by Antoinette Truglio Martin

Cancer is scary for the brave but downright terrifying for a wimp, like Antoinette. HUG EVERYONE YOU KNOW is a memoir about how Antoinette navigated her first year of breast cancer treatment. She journaled and emailed family and friends she called My


Laid Out and Candle Lit

by Ann Everett

Tizzy Donovan is having a run of bad luck. A bakery delivery gone wrong. A bar fight with an old classmate. And, the discovery of a dead body in the cemetery.


Don Cherry is Fired, A Puck Hog has a Nervous Breakdown and Learns to Play Feminist, Anarchist Hockey

by Gary Engler

Bobby Benoit, a 50-something former NHL star, one of the greatest stickhandlers of all time, is suffering a mid-life crisis as he starts a new season as coach and owner of the Totems, a Vancouver junior hockey franchise. Benoit has lost his love for the g


Philanthropist: The world we did not know!

by Lyall De'Viana

Philanthropist is a journey between a brother and a sister who embark on a terrifying journey of not only studying the most notorious mass murderers in history, but meeting those murderers face to face with the use of advanced technology.


Chainsaw

by Seabrass

Recent high school graduate Trent Waverly is in the crosshairs of a local mobster. Now, Trent's only hope to live past noon rests in the paws of a dog named Chainsaw.


The Neophyte

by Lyanna Douglas

The Neophyte is a semi-realistic three-act play inspired by the true story of a drifter who murdered a small boy and the bizarre trial that followed. The play centers on the entirely fictional character of Grainne Goodwin, the lead defense attorney, who u


Deep Cover

by jack the knife

The FBI, U.S. Marshals Service, and the NSA are in the hunt for Russian spies posing as Americans in order to manipulate U.S. elections.


Misogyny

by Gary Engler

Despite previous brushes with death while investigating the extreme right in the time of Donald Trump, freelance journalist Waylon Choy once again finds himself trying to understand the murky alt-right world, this time in Canada. As he chases down those r


Rock and a Hard Place Volume 3

by Jeremiah Blane Kniola

A collection of short stories I was published in this year. Literary noir about people stuck in difficult situations.


Chasing Summer

by S. L. Garber-Ortiz

For the better part of her life, Lynn has concealed her true identity, but now her past is catching up with her. But that’s only one of her concerns. Who is the little girl haunting Lynn, pushing her to the edge of a nervous breakdown? Then there’s the


Kali the Weaver and Other Tales of the Second Age

by Lyanna Douglas

Stories, poems, and songs from the Second Age of the people known in Celtic myth and folklore as the Tuatha De Danann. After the destruction of the Their homeland in Anwnn, the Sidhe find adventure--and danger--in a new land. During the Second Age, the Tu

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