The Lucky Winner

A mind-bending mystery — a cautionary tale — that takes you on a thrilling journey. Can you die of boredom? 
 Sitting in her small den, surrounded by nothing that she can legitimately call “civilization” in a small town in North Dakota, that is the question that frequently crosses Ella’s mind. Like a typical teenager, she longs for a life she doesn’t have, dreaming of the extravagant world of Hollywood stars. But when her mother’s extraordinary luck makes her wish come true, it doesn’t take long for her to desperately want to take back that wish. As strange events begin to transpire, she realizes that wish fulfillment has its consequences. 
 Left alone with millions of dollars while her family spirals down deep into the darkest hole, Ella’s life is forever changed.

Meet Tomi Farrell

Through considerable production work for films, TV, and other media in Hollywood, and also working as a travel journalist, Tomi gained extensive insight into storytelling, which inspired her to write books and screenplays.

Matson’s Case No. 1

New York City’s Police Chief, Robert Matson, reflects on his first murder case when, as a newly discharged Korean War veteran, he returns home to Harlem to find a color line blocking his admission to the police academy. Matson takes interim work as a janitor, but his skills in the military police come to light when Bumpy Johnson, Harlem’s unofficial mayor, pimp, and drug czar, seeks Matson’s help tracking down the killer of his prostitutes, while city officials turn a blind eye.

Meet Pablo Zaragoza

Pablo Zaragoza, originally from Havana, Cuba, immigrated to the United States when he was four years old. He grew up in Hialeah, Florida, graduated high school there, and completed his undergraduate studies at the University of Florida. He went on to attend medical school, became a pathologist, and retired after 30 years. Pablo has been an avid reader since childhood and after retiring from medicine, he pursued his passion of writing. Since June 2017, he has written and published over seventeen novels. Animal Court, published in 2019, won a Reader’s Favorite Award.

TEAM AVENGING ANGEL: Love & Rough Justice in Brooklyn

Book 2 in a series A kick-ass female anti-hero spreads her wings, delivering justice for victimized girls and women. She is an African-American survivor of a racially-charged childhood rape, who grows into a strikingly beautiful assassin. He is the Italian-American private eye with Mafia connections who loves her. Together, they take on serial killers, sex traffickers, kidnappers, child molesters, rapists, wife-beaters, predators and exploiters. Along the way, women they’ve protected join them in their quest. Frustrated and threatened by a corrupt criminal justice system, though, the team is forced to work outside, and often against, the law. When she finds herself pitted against a unit of the Haitian secret police, and he finds out why he is being framed for a series of murders, the stakes could not be higher.

Meet Charles S. Isaacs

Charles S. Isaacs has been a schoolteacher, a college professor, a community organizer, a Congressional consultant, a social activist, a gambler and an occasional journalist. He has written opinion columns and feature stories for numerous newspapers and magazines, including The New York Times Magazine. During recent decades, he has been a consultant to dozens of non-profit organizations operating in the social justice arena. His recent published work includes fiction, poetry and award-winning non-fiction.

Escaping This World: Departing The Shores of Their Fathers (Escaping This World: A Modern Crime Thriller Book 1)

Instead of going home directly after a tough week at work, Giles Greenwood and his brother Michael arrive at their favourite pub with their friends Phillip and Francis. Unbeknownst to them, two crime gangs planned to meet at that location to conclude an illicit transaction involving international terrorism plans. Phillip is fatally shot during a brawl that accidentally consumes all the gathered groups. The two criminal gangs quickly disperse, leaving Giles wrongfully implicated in Phillip’s murder. The three agree they must pursue the man who killed Phillip and bring him to justice to absolve Giles. Many elements of their pursuit are unforeseen. They use clandestine crime routes to head out to sea, where dangers quickly surround them. There is much at stake for Giles. He is torn to protect his fragile brother Michael, exonerate himself, and find the elusive happiness he yearns for. However, the quest seems to have a life of its own. The threesome feels they are not in control, and events sweep them further away into an uncertain world. The companions now learn the world’s hard truths and must rely upon each other only. They steer towards Brazil, deeper into a perilous criminal underworld of dark conspiracy which they are unprepared for. A broader international conflagration is about to begin due to their pursuit. A shadowy Illuminati-like organisation is revealed at the centre of all matters as Giles, Michael, and Francis have unknowingly become active players in a more expansive and dangerous struggle by the world’s dark forces.

Meet Mark Ashmore

Born in Canada, Mark now lives in London, UK. Mark is currently working on books four and five of the series. Mark lists his literary influences as: Joseph Conrad Thomas Hardy JRR Tolkien Stendhal John le Carré Upcoming Works: 1) The Duel: The Story of Sergei and Maria-Due July 2023 2) Vasily: Prequel to Escaping This World-The story of Vasily (Part 2)

Everyone Burns

It is January 2005, and the charred remains of two Europeans have been discovered on the Thai island of Samui. Local Police Chief Charoenkul, sidelined by his superiors, enlists the reluctant David Braddock, a burnt-out private detective, to assist in an ‘unofficial’ investigation. But Braddock has problems of his own, including an affair with the same Police Chief’s wife…

Meet John Dolan

John Dolan travels and talks a lot. He is the author of two mystery/thriller series, as well as being a polymath and occasional smarty-pants. John doesn’t do politics, religion or laundry.

Paper Targets

Art, math, obsession, and greed. An artist who confesses to murders through her drawings, and a stuttering computer criminal, have their paths collide while both are struggling to make amends for their past failures. Part Montana wilderness, part techno, and part desperate love, Paper Targets is a story of confessions. But more than crime, Paper Targets is infused with nature and solitude and unpacks questions about why people sometimes do bad things. Based on the actual fringe events of two of the world’s largest criminal frauds: the collapse of WorldCom and Enron.

Meet Steve Saroff

Steve Saroff is the host of the podcast Montana Voice, and the author of over 30 traditionally published short stories, first printed in Redbook and other national magazines. His available books include Paper Targets; The Long Line of Elk; and, the forthcoming Mixed Drinks. He was a runaway who became a ‘coder’ and then started several software companies. Two of his start-ups were purchased by public corporations. He was the founder of FreeMail Inc, the first commercially successful web-based email system. FreeMail was acquired just before the criminal fraud and combined collapse of WorldCom and Enron (still the world’s largest criminal frauds). His novel Paper Targets was written about the criminals that swirled about him during that corrupt and mysterious time.

She left in the night

What happened to Alissa? Maria can’t find an answer to that question. Years have passed since she met Alissa and Simone for the first time: on a party weekend in Turkey. Looking back to that trip, so many things just seemed off. Did she get involved with the Mafia? Did her new acquaintance try to sell her to other men? Who was the girl sleeping in her bed? Who was the man, waiting for her outside the hotel? Based on true events, Maria travels back to Turkey to find out why her friend disappeared.

Meet V.M. Hill

From Ashes

A quick gun fighter. A mysterious trillionaire. A secret world where the wealthy elite steer the winds of fate through battles between champions. Alastair Dickens needs a new duelist. A bullet forced the current one into early retirement. The replacement needs to be fast and willing to get their hands dirty. Most of all, Alastair needs a champion with nothing to lose. Oliver Green fit the bill perfectly. He’d once had a bright future, but threw it all away in a drunken tragedy years ago. Now, he spends his days drifting through the streets of New York City drinking, fighting and trying to bury his dark past. Alastair opens a door to a secret world for Oliver. A world flush with wealth, smoking guns and a chance for Oliver to redeem himself from past sins. From Ashes is an adventure of high-stakes gunfights, bone-chilling conspiracies and thrilling adventures. Step into a world where a well aimed shot will make you rich and a single misstep can put you six feet in the ground.

Meet Andy Holmes

Andy Holmes is an author currently living in San Francisco. He specializes in Crime, Thrillers, Sci Fi and the supernatural. When he isn’t busy reading or writing books, he spends his time exploring the city and dreaming about the future. He likes all things Batman, Sci Fi and has a strange and unusual obsession with the beauty of language.

Devil’s Ledger: A Female Sleuth and International Espionage (A Louise Moscow Novel Book 3)

2022 BOOK EXCELLENCE AWARD FINALIST – THRILLER CATEGORY 2022 B.R.A.G. MEDALLION HONOREE – THRILLER CATEGORY 2022 LITERARY TITAN GOLD AWARD WINNER 2021 PARIS BOOK FESTIVAL HONORABLE MENTION – GENERAL FICTION The world’s oldest bank is in trouble, and CIA operative Louise Moscow wants to save it. This time, the sexy female sleuth takes on a Russian Master of the Dark Arts, in a quest to save Monte dei Paschi Bank of Siena, Italy, founded in 1472. Her investigation leads to the most unlikely of suspects, her own father, who is a top-level attorney defending the Russian. In a race to discover an ancient and mysterious treasure, risking her life to shine a light on financial and political wrongdoing, Louise finds the devil is in the details. Can she expose the rot that has taken hold of Sienna? Or has she finally met her match?

Meet Lorraine Evanoff

Hollywood finance exec, Lorraine Evanoff is the award-winning, best-selling author of the popular Louise Moscow spy thrillers, FOLIAGE, PINOT NOIR, and the newly released DEVIL’S LEDGER. The books follow female sleuth, Louise Moscow, as she travels around the world thwarting terrorist plots and put an end to devastating corruption. Originally from Chicago, Evanoff earned her degree in French from DePaul University. She then scarpered off to Paris for seven years, where she worked under multiple professional identities, including translator, actress, and film producer, in the glamorous City of Light. She returned to the United States and reinvented herself once again, becoming a Certified Financial Manager, and has since worked as a finance exec during dot-com-era in Silicon Valley, and for various Hollywood film companies, notably as CFO of National Lampoon.