The Mystery of Julia Episcopa by John I. Rigoli & Diane Cummings

The Mystery of Julia Episcopa

by John I. Rigoli & Diane Cummings


In ancient Rome, a woman flees for her life. Her enemies are those she once called ‘brother’. Hidden beneath her blue cloak are secrets men will kill for – forgeries that prove the newly self-appointed bishops are not followers of the way, but pretenders who have seized power and will stop at nothing to shape this new religion to their own ends. Now, Julia – a woman who had once walked with Mary Magdalene and taught alongside Paul must preserve the legacy of the apostles in the face of terrifying danger.


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Category: Mystery – Historical

Darkside Dreams by A. King Bradley

Darkside Dreams

by A. King Bradley


Three interconnected stories that capture the insidious high-tech world of the not too distant future.

THE WITNESS:
Ray Bridges, a world-weary veteran cop, responds to a disturbance call at a secluded religious compound and discovers a surprising secret that threatens the lives of the entire congregation.

ME TOO:
Gwen Wolfe enlists the help of a shady private detective to uncover the truth behind her abusive husband’s sudden strange behavior.

FAIL-SAFE:
Dr. Tira DuVernay, the lone psych officer onboard the spaceship/mining freighter Eclastica, struggles with the decision to relieve the captain of duty when his sanity is called into question after the freighter is accosted by pirates.


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Category: Thrillers – Technothrillers

Yule Be Sorry by Kim M. Watt

Yule Be Sorry

by Kim M. Watt


Abducted postal workers.
Exploding baubles.
Stolen turkeys.
And a dragon-sized problem.
Someone’s on a crime spree in the tiny village of Toot Hansell, and they’re framing the dragons. The Women’s Institute need to find out who’s behind it all before the police get too close to their scaly secret – and before that cat gets any more suspicious…


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Category: Mystery – Cozy

Pretty Corpse by Linda Berry

Pretty Corpse

by Linda Berry


When Patrol Officer Lauren Starkly finds an unconscious teenage girl posed as a corpse, she learns that the offense mirrors two other recent assaults. The startling revelation hits the news and sends a shockwave through the city. A serial rapist with a “death” fetish is at large in San Francisco.

The attack is intensely personal to Lauren. Not only did she find the victim, but the girl is a close friend of her daughter, Courtney.

Lauren feels compelled to do some off-duty investigation. The perpetrator is keenly intelligent and methodical, and essentially, invisible. But Lauren has uncanny skills for detection, and routinely finds evidence missed by the detectives. She earns official trouble for her effort, but the warnings from her superiors don’t keep her from tugging at elusive clues. As she gets closer to the predator, he takes notice. Taunting Lauren, he demonstrates that he can get close to her, and to Courtney, without a trace.

Lauren has put her daughter right in his cross hairs, and put herself on a collision course. Stressed and sleep-deprived, she is determined to find him and bring him down. But can she succeed before her daughter becomes his next victim?


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Category: Mystery – Police Procedurals

Casey Jones Mysteries Vol 1-3 by Katy Munger

Casey Jones Mysteries Vol 1-3

by Katy Munger


Big, badass Casey Jones, the smart female PI with the thunder thighs and the bunny-soft heart, has everything you could possibly need to be an ace private investigator – except an investigator’s license.


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Category: Mystery – Collections & Anthologies

Frosted Croakies by Sam Cheever

Frosted Croakies

by Sam Cheever


It’s Christmas time at Croakies. The tree is up. The stockings are hung. And Christmas tunes are turning the atmosphere jolly. After a tumultuous Samhain, I’ve found my chi again and I’m starting to enjoy the season of love and giving.
Yeah. You probably know how this is going to end.
When Sebille suggests I open the bookstore up to a small holiday party, I foolishly agree. How was I supposed to know that the hobgoblin would decide it would be fun to hide everybody’s stuff? Or that we’d be hit with a freak winter storm that confined everybody inside for the duration. Or that a “You’re me but who am I?” spell would be released inside the shop, switching everybody’s identities and creating general chaos and hysteria?
I could probably deal with all that if it weren’t for the fact that my friend, Lea…the one person who could possibly reverse the spell…was ensconced in SB the parrot, with no opposable thumbs for spelling.
And me? Of course, I’m sitting fat and squishy inside Mr. Slimy. Thank goodness Rustin isn’t currently in residence, or it would be really crowded in here.
Who spelled my party? What do a pair of Santa’s elves have to do with it? And why have old enemies suddenly become new friends? I apparently have a little holiday mystery to solve inside Croakies, and I have no idea how I’m going to solve it with everybody mixed up and some of us human.
Have I told you I hate this season?
Ribbit!


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Category: Mystery – Cozy