Tag: crime

Where Ravens Soar

Where Ravens Soar

| April 3, 2019

Rifinn, or Finn as she prefers to be known, is an agent working for the Nine World Protection Agency. Her job involves getting to the bottom of events that are often beyond the understanding of humans. She is also the granddaughter of Odin. While working on a shocking case where wolf-skin children are being kidnapped […]

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The Sparrows of Unity

The Sparrows of Unity

| March 31, 2019

“Your entire life has been a lie…” Homophobic hate crimes. Racist attacks. Britain is spiralling out of control. But when loner Lucy Taylor comes face to face with an imprisoned killer, a devastating truth is revealed. Nothing is as it seems Alongside three other sixth-form students, Lucy stumbles upon a conspiracy that extends into the […]

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Claude Monet, Private Eye: The Pilfered Paintings

Claude Monet, Private Eye: The Pilfered Paintings

| March 22, 2019

Claude Monet, weary of painting haystacks and cathedrals and lily ponds, finally pursues his real passion: criminal investigation. And after two long months of waiting, he finally has his first case. He is called in to investigate the theft of two unremarkable paintings from Galerie Neuf in Paris. He’s thrilled to have his first case, […]

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The Widow’s Husband

The Widow’s Husband

| March 16, 2019

Identifying the body in the morgue as her husband was easier than Sarah Tuttle thought it would be. Moving on with her life is much harder, made even more difficult by the fact that her husband just won’t leave her alone. Allan Tuttle stepped out of his comfort zone to become the hero in his […]

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The Case of the Not-So-Fair Trader (A Richard Sherlock Whodunit Book 1)

The Case of the Not-So-Fair Trader (A Richard Sherlock Whodunit Book 1)

| March 6, 2019

A despicable stock trader is found buried under an avalanche of his own garden rocks, causing fired-from-the force- Richard Sherlock to be yanked off the bowling alley and whisked to the crime scene by his pampered protegee Tiffany Richmond. He must prove murder and stop payment of the twelve-million-dollar Richmond Insurance policy. Nothing makes sense. […]

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INTEL 1 Omnibus: Books 1-4

INTEL 1 Omnibus: Books 1-4

| March 4, 2019

“STEBBINS IS THE MASTER OF THE THINKING READER’S TECHNO-THRILLER.” —Internet Review of Books Four Action Packed Political Thrillers. Three Armageddon Scenarios. Two Unusual Love Stories. One Secretive Intelligence Branch. The INTEL 1 Global Thrillers “A MONSTER NEW TALENT IN THE THRILLER GENRE.”—Allan Leverone, author of Final Vector THE RAGNARÖK CONSPIRACY:“Fortify your shelf of Armageddon thrillers […]

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Annie’s Verdict

Annie’s Verdict

| February 19, 2019

OVER 1,500,000 COPIES SOLD, AMAZON HAS SAID, “WE ARE INSPIRED BY THE SUCCESS OF THIS WRITER AND HOW HE IS DELIGHTING READERS”–AMAZON PRESS RELEASE 10/15/18 Attorney Michael Gresham has a new go-to person. Her name is Annie and she’s twelve. Annie is a savant. She can look at you and, like her idol, Sherlock Holmes, […]

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Penny Dreadful

Penny Dreadful

| February 18, 2019

Hong Kong. Idyllic beaches. Glitzy cityscapes. What can possibly go wrong? Jasmine Spitfire, Hong Kong’s social counsellor extraordinaire, thought her world would forever consist of the disillusioned, the disgruntled and the mildly depressed. She’s wrong. The moment a gruesome murder darkens her doorstep, Spitfire’s world teeters on the cusp of paranoia and self-destruction. Why did […]

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Bangkok Delusions

Bangkok Delusions

| February 17, 2019

Bangkok Delusions is an exciting new entry into the Bangkok books scene. With equal amounts of joy, despair and even at times hope Zach J Brodsky takes us on a tour of an array of absurd characters all milling around a small area of Bangkok. We follow Pinky, a fiercely independent and intelligent woman trying […]

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Demons

Demons

| February 17, 2019

“Genuinely creepy and panic inducing… a great police thriller.”– Andrew Tadman, The Books of Blood “Demons had me going all the way to the very end. The very end… just macabre.”– Barbara T. Cerny, author of The Tiefling “Jackson lures readers in and holds them, which is always a sign of good writing filled with […]