Tag: murder

Brass Keys to Murder

Brass Keys to Murder

| October 12, 2019

U.S. Navy Lieutenant Steve Craig is in one hell of a mess. Being accused of murder is bad enough, but the local police are convinced he’s killed his own father. Alfred Hitchcock couldn’t have conceived a more diabolical plot for Cary Grant … and now, for Steve Craig, the plot is about to get down […]

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A Grave Misunderstanding

A Grave Misunderstanding

| October 1, 2019

2018 American Fiction Awards Finalist – Mystery/Humor 2018 PenCraft Awards Winner for Literary Excellence Murder has come once more to the seaside town of Crab Cove, testing the mettle of “almost handsome” Detective Simon Grave and his “nearly invisible” partner, Sergeant Barry Blunt, who investigate a locked-room mystery with a significant twist: the prime suspects […]

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Sunny & the Bandit

Sunny & the Bandit

| September 16, 2019

Irene Landers, nicknamed Sunny, endured a lot of agony in her young life. Orphaned at twelve years of age and later turned over to a corrupt guardian, she gained strength and determination from the loving neighbor family who befriended her through what she thought were her toughest times … until she arrived home from work […]

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The Oedipus Murders

The Oedipus Murders

| September 16, 2019

“A jaw-dropping work of contemporary California noir. Fans of James Ellroy will fall hard for Casey Dorman.” –Best Thrillers When a woman is murdered, her wealthy husband and his troubled psychiatrist both become suspects. The dreams of the husband and the neurotic obsessions of the psychiatrist criss-cross in a plot that has both the police […]

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Shadow Ballet- Betrayal

Shadow Ballet- Betrayal

| August 29, 2019

“I’m trapped. They want my blood. They want my head.I feel a rat walking on my corpse. The blood on my skin… I can smell the soil. There is a song in my ears disturbing with insolence the silence of the forest. It is not your beautiful voice. I want to cover my ears… but […]

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Assassin Marked

Assassin Marked

| August 28, 2019

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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The Porcelain Cat: A Detective Amarnath Mystery

The Porcelain Cat: A Detective Amarnath Mystery

| June 21, 2019

As October of 1900 draws to a close, London’s foggy, lamplit streets are hit by a string of burglaries which puzzle Scotland Yard. When they culminate in a gruesome murder, Sherlock Holmes is called in to investigate. But has he put the wrong man behind bars? In this atmospheric mystery, an Indian Detective seeks answers […]

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The Widow’s Husband

The Widow’s Husband

| June 7, 2019

Allan Tuttle’s wife identifies his body, the victim of a homicide, and no one is more surprised than he is. The simple task of proving he isn’t the dead man turns into a challenge when the police decide to look at him as a suspect in the murder. Despite obstacles every step of the way, […]

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The Little Spanish Girl

The Little Spanish Girl

| July 30, 2018

Spain, the fifties. Detective Emmanuel Klauder travels north to answer the plea of an infamous local gangster for help in the disappearance of his daughter. The detective is joined by a local senior police inspector but before the two can even begin to unravel the case, a series of mysterious occurrences ensues involving several apparently […]

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Why Not Kill Her: A Juror’s Perspective – The Jodi Arias Death Penalty Retrial

Why Not Kill Her: A Juror’s Perspective – The Jodi Arias Death Penalty Retrial

| May 19, 2018

On June 4, 2008, at approximately 5:30 PM in a quiet suburb of Phoenix, Arizona, Jodi Arias stabbed Travis Alexander twenty-nine times, cut his throat and then shot him in the head. The killer then went to great lengths to cover up the crime, including sending his grandmother flowers, going to the memorial service, driving […]

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