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Cold River Rising

by Enes Smith


Three weeks into his new post as tribal police chief on the Cold River Indian Reservation of Oregon, retired Portland homicide detective Martin Andrews is already wondering, What the hell am I doing here? Then what he thought would be a laid-back retirement gig kicks up into an action-filled international kidnapping thriller, and he gets a crash course in modern warfare—Indian style.

The Šiyàpu (white man) tribal police chief is still struggling to understand a new culture and the people he serves, when Chairman Bluefeathers’ granddaughter, along with other students and their professor on a study trip, is kidnapped by the Shining Path in the mountains of central Peru. The State Department not only refuses to help, but places the students in further danger from the local police and secret police, in addition to the already-present threat from the rebels and the Peruvian and United States armies.

As leader of the sovereign nation of Cold River, Bluefeathers declares war on Peru (yeah, you read that right!) and sends Martin to head up a four-person war party to retrieve the students. Crazy old man. (Crazy like a fox.) The chairman shows himself to be a skilled modern statesman and military strategist, and the Cold River Indian Reservation is joined by other Indian tribes in a show of force and solidarity. In the voices of a damaged cop, young Native-Americans learning to walk the path between two cultures, and their wiser elders, Smith weaves a multi-layered story of courage, redemption, sacrifice, death, honor, and a people coming together.


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Category: Mystery – Police Procedurals

 

Bellingwood

Bellingwood Boxed Set: Books 1-3

by Diane Greenwood Muir and Jamie McFarlane


Get the first three books in the Bellingwood series in one volume!

All Roads Leads Home: Polly Giller returns to small-town Iowa from Boston ready to start a new life. She is renovating an old school building and while getting to know new friends, two sets of bones fall out of the ceiling. Don’t miss this heartwarming first story in a series that makes you want to move to Bellingwood and get to know Polly and her friends. Before you know it, you’ll be part of the community.

Polly’s First Christmas in Bellingwood: This first short story in the series occurs a few months after the end of “All Roads Lead Home.” While preparing for Sycamore House’s first big Christmas party, an old friend shows up needing help when he gets in trouble with the sheriff.

A Big Life in a Small Town: Bellingwood’s first barn-raising is coming up and to celebrate, Sycamore House is planning a hoe-down. The idea of a dance makes Polly nervous, but the gorgeous veterinarian is ready to step in and teach her a few moves, much to the chagrin of Henry Sturtz. A close friend of Lydia Merritt left a cryptic message as she died, asking her family to take care of … what? The ‘what’ brings new excitement to Polly’s life.

Treasure Uncovered: Sycamore House is having difficulty finding a good custodian and when the latest man doesn’t show up for work, Polly checks on him, only to find that he has been killed. The Sheriff is beginning to worry every time her number shows up on his phone. Does it mean another dead body? Thefts happening around the community are connected to Polly and her friends, but who would do this?


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Category: Mystery – Cozy

 

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Lawyer Brent Marks Legal Thriller Series Books 1-3

by Kenneth Eade


Get Books 1-3 of the #1 bestselling legal thriller/courtroom drama series from the best selling author critics hail as “one of our strongest thriller writers on the scene.”
Can Too Big to Fail get away with murder?
Book 1 of the Legal Thriller Series, “Predatory Kill,” has been called a “wild ride” by critics. In it, Kenneth Eade delivers another solid and intricately plotted financial thriller. A maniacal killer is on the loose. April’s mother is brutally murdered and her father beaten within an inch of his life. Attorney Brent Marks has already paid his dues as a lawyer, having taken his share of divorces and drunk driving cases over his 20 year career, but has finally reached a place in his life where he can take on cases of social importance. What he least expected was for April Marsh’s predatory lending case against the big banks for wrongful foreclosure on her parent’s home to turn into a murder investigation. As the courtroom drama heats up, the action outside the courtroom spirals out of control.

“Fans of John Grisham will find equal talent here in Eade’s ability to captivate and hold readers with the unexpected, both in character development in nonstop action which lays the foundation for a story that’s anything but predictable. In a world where plot and outcome are often predictable from the start, this will prove more than satisfying to readers already well versed in the legal thriller format.” D. Donovan, Midwest Book Review


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Category: Thrillers – Legal

 

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The Girl Who Never Came Back

by Amy Cross


Twenty years ago, eight-year-old Charlotte Abernathy vanished while playing near her family’s house. Despite a frantic search, no trace of her was found until a year later, when the little girl turned up on the doorstep with no memory of where she’d been.

Today, Charlotte has put her mysterious ordeal behind her, even though she’s never learned where she was during that missing year. However, when her eight-year-old niece vanishes in similar circumstances, a fully-grown Charlotte is forced to make a fresh attempt to uncover the truth.

The Girl Who Never Came Back is the story of a woman who is forced to confront her family’s dark past. In the process, she begins to unravel the secret surrounding her disappearance, the horrific truth about her niece’s fate, and the identity of the ghostly figure that seems to haunt the family.


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Category: Thrillers – Psychological

 

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