Tag: crime

You Owe Me

You Owe Me

| December 17, 2018

Discover the dark side of Florida’s Treasure Coast in this compelling thriller. A deep sea drama that will keep you reading well into the small hours! When former British soldier Frankie Armstrong is asked to repay a favour by Joe, the American soldier who saved his life in the Gulf War, he agrees. Joe’s unexpected […]

Assassin Marked

Assassin Marked

| November 22, 2018

An interplanetary crime syndicate.A debt, long overdue.An assassin gone rogue.Love. Revenge. Betrayal. Although he knows it will mean the end of his relationship with both the Crime Syndicate and his long-time lover, Captain Victoria Maruska, Damian can’t let sleeping dogs lie. After overcoming his captain’s well-intended efforts to hold him back, Damian sets off to […]

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Adaku The Mysterious Girl

Adaku The Mysterious Girl

| November 20, 2018

Adaku’s birth brought tears and mourning to the community. She is, of course, an evil child, they believed. They cursed the day she was born and questioned the gods why they have allowed such an evil child to be born. Her fate had already been determined before birth; could she face the road of uncertainties […]

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Stormy Waters: A Crime Thriller

Stormy Waters: A Crime Thriller

| November 17, 2018

His past is darker than he could ever imagine. Adam Bernstein wakes up on the beach at dead of night, next to a mutilated body, with a pounding, bloody headache and no memory. Terrified, he flees the crime scene, on a quest to discover his identity, his freedom and his life. Will he find himself […]

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Western Justice: Three Western Writers – Three Mystery Novellas

Western Justice: Three Western Writers – Three Mystery Novellas

| November 10, 2018

Looking for a great new mystery series? Three western writers begin their journeys with tales of wide-open skies, death in the dust, Native American mysticism, greed, lust, friendship, and honor. Law enforcement agents and Native American players partner and sometimes clash on the unpredictable path toward truth and justice.  Western authors Mark Reps, R Lawson […]

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The Devil’s Chaplain

The Devil’s Chaplain

| November 6, 2018

“A riveting story that hinges on clues so elusive that the tension is exquisite.” – Midwest Book Review Disillusioned with her corporate legal career, attorney Charlotte Ambler volunteers to handle the final appeal of Christopher Ritter, a Florida death row inmate whose execution is imminent. Ritter had been a prominent biologist before being convicted ten […]

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The Case of the Snow-White Lady

The Case of the Snow-White Lady

| October 24, 2018

There is no such thing as a vampire … or is there? Sherlock Holmes and Dr Watson are summoned to Dartmoor by an old schoolfriend of Watson’s, Bill Holcombe. His sixteen year old daughter Amelia, who died a month previously, has been seen wandering the village at night. Witnesses swear that she catches animals and […]

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Desolation Run

Desolation Run

| October 20, 2018

70-something Oreny “Big” Johnson has a problem. Actually, he has two. Or maybe three. The first is that he’ll be dead from cancer, less than a year, which doesn’t particularly concern him: “The things I’ve been through, dying is just one more page in a long bad book.” But spending his last living days, taking […]

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Cryo-Cop

Cryo-Cop

| October 6, 2018

Nick stepped back from the desk, stood upright, and spoke softly enough to where we had to listen to be sure we heard correctly. “Got ‘em.” “Got ‘em?” Jackson blurted out. “Got ‘em?” Rodgers sprang over behind where Nick was standing and glared at the pictures. Charles O’Malley stood up to get a straight-on look. […]

Murder in Black and White

Murder in Black and White

| September 17, 2018

Sheriff Jeff McQuede becomes suspicious when a robber breaks into the Coal County Museum and steals only one item – a black-and-white class photograph. Under the name Jerome Slade the photographer had printed two ominous words: never graduated. When a body is unearthed beneath the newly demolished school, McQuede realizes Slade had not left Black […]

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