Tag: murder

Chasing the Monkey King

Chasing the Monkey King

| September 1, 2017

“Entertainment so involving you won’t realize you’re being educated too.” —Coast Weekend A U.S. government investigator vanishes while on assignment in China. Former detective Lars Severin is hired by the investigator’s family—mysterious scions of an international trade dynasty—to find out what happened to her. Was her disappearance the result of a random act of violence […]

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Blind River

Blind River

| August 27, 2017

You won’t be able to put down Blind River! Ben Follows’s debut novel is a nail-biting, breathtaking, thrill-ride about the disappearances of four young women in the fragile town of Blind River. Curtis Mackley left Blind River the moment he turned eighteen, fleeing to Manhattan to follow his dream of being an FBI agent. Fourteen […]

Night Chill

Night Chill

| August 25, 2017

In the tradition of Stephen King and Dean Koontz – intended for mature audiences. Jack Tremont moves his family to the quiet mountains of Western Maryland hoping to leave behind a troubled past and restart his life. Instead, he finds himself caught up in a nightmare when his daughter Sarah is targeted by Nate Huckley, […]

The Lady of the Lake

The Lady of the Lake

| August 25, 2017

A trip down memory lane is fine if you don’t stumble on a body. Frannie Shoemaker and her friends camp at Old Dam Trail State Park near one of Donna Nowak’s childhood homes. They take in the county fair, reminisce at a Fifties-Sixties dance, and check out old hangouts. But the present intrudes when a […]

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Banquet of Consequences: A Juror’s Plight – The Carnation Murders Trial of Michele Anderson

Banquet of Consequences: A Juror’s Plight – The Carnation Murders Trial of Michele Anderson

| August 18, 2017

On Christmas Eve 2007, Judy and Wayne Anderson’s daughter, Michele and her boyfriend, Joseph McEnroe, arrived at their home for a family meal. Unbeknownst to them, their daughter was armed with a loaded 9 mm pistol and McEnroe was carrying a .357 Magnum. Both parents were callously shot dead by the pair and their bodies […]

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Star Surfer

Star Surfer

| August 17, 2017

Daydreaming is dangerous.   Especially if you’re Thaddeus McPhee—his fantasies not only doom him to summer school (complete with repeat bullies) they also land him in hostile territory: think alien wars. Seriously.   As for high school: he’s got a weird family birthmark on his forehead that’s hard to hide, he’s flunking out, and everyone […]

Dying For Revenge (The Lady Doc Murders Book 1)

Dying For Revenge (The Lady Doc Murders Book 1)

| August 2, 2017

Finalist Next Generation Indie Book Awards 2017 Christian Fiction “Barbara Golder joins the ranks of Chesterton’s bloodthirsty heirs as she spins a tale that will delight mystery fans. With Dying for Revenge in hand, your beach experience is now complete!” Mark P. Shea, Author of “Mercy Works” Someone is killing the rich and famous residents […]

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Where The Forest Ends

Where The Forest Ends

| July 27, 2017

Get lost in the world of Trella! The small planet of Trella is covered from pole to pole in dense forests. No light penetrates the dense canopy of branches and leaves. The locals have translucent skin and can burn to death in the smallest amount of light. Vivian has lived on Trella ever since she […]

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Along Came December

Along Came December

| July 21, 2017

I feel a tight grip around my waist and struggle to get free. Max is right there, right in front of me, but Paddy’s dragging me back. He clamps his hand over my eyes, tells me not to look. I wrench it free and look anyway. The bomb explodes. Max dies. I scream. For fans […]

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A Touch of Suspense

A Touch of Suspense

| July 18, 2017

The Visitor (The First in the KT Morgan Series) “The Tension builds on each page.” When Christine Westman bumps against a stranger in a Jacksonville supermarket, the killer gives her only one month to live. He moves into Christine’s walk-in closet and watches her nightly preparing for the day of her death. Can Christine survive […]

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