The Junkyard Dog by Robert Campbell

The Junkyard Dog

by Robert Campbell


EDGAR & Anthony Award Winner – Chicago is Jimmy Flannery’s kind of town, everything that happens there is his business. Including murder. After the killer targets his lady love, he becomes a junkyard dog on the trail of the crooked politics combining passion with revenge, a very deadly combination. A unique blend of hard-boiled action and humor.


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Category: Mystery – Series



The 600 Pound Gorilla

by Robert Campbell


***Edgar Award-Winning Author*** — Even from the outset it promised to be an extraordinary assignment for Jimmy Flannery — Chicago tough-guy and precinct captain of the 27th ward. Freezing winter temperatures had overloaded the generator at Lincoln Zoo and now Baby — the city’s favorite gorilla — needs a place to stay.

Flannery thinks he’s found the perfect sanctuary, even though the Paradise Baths are better known as a social hot-spot for Chicago’s gay community. But when two men are found beaten to death in the Paradise steam room, only Flannery believes that Baby is innocent. And soon he is forced to put his own life in danger to prove it . . .


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Louisiana Hotshot: A New Orleans Murder Mystery; Talba Wallis #1 by Julie Smith

Louisiana Hotshot: A New Orleans Murder Mystery; Talba Wallis #1

by Julie Smith


WANTED: HOTSHOT P.I. WITH NEAR SUPER-HUMAN SKILLS.

Eddie Valentino placed the ad. Talba Wallis knew exactly how to answer it.

And thus was born the dynamic duo of New Orleans private detectives—one cynical, sixty-five-year-old Luddite white dude with street smarts, and one young, bright-eyed, Twenty-First century African-American female poet, performance artist, mistress of disguise, and computer jock extraordinaire. Think Queen Latifah and Danny DeVito.


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Category: Mystery – African American

The Awan Lake Experiment by Peter Kingsmill

The Awan Lake Experiment

by Peter Kingsmill


When the rich and powerful mix conspiracy theories with greed, even a peaceful community in Canada’s lake country becomes a target for terror. Former Coast Guardsman Frank Anderson responds to protect his neighbours when Awan Lake and the wealth hidden beneath its surface become the international focus of corporate crime and political manipulation.

The Awan Lake Experiment is the third novel in author Peter Kingsmill’s Awan Lake Series. As a reviewer at the beginning of the series commented, “…Kingsmill develops an intimate portrait of a fictional lakeside village but you could have fooled me: Awan Lake is as real to me now as any of my own favourite places, and he’s inhabited it with characters just as compelling… Five Stars!


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Chasing the Monkey King by D.C. Alexander

Chasing the Monkey King

by D.C. Alexander


A gifted but broken down federal agent is hired by a wealthy and powerful Seattle family to find out what happened to their niece who disappeared while on assignment for the U.S. government in China.

“A compelling read!”
-Robert Dugoni, Internationally Best-Selling Author
of My Sister’s Grave


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Category: Mystery – International Mystery & Crime

Murder Under A Blue Moon by Abigail Keam

Murder Under A Blue Moon

by Abigail Keam


Top 10 mystery reads by Kings River Life Magazine!

Mona Moon is not your typical young lady. She is a cartographer by trade, explorer by nature, and adventurer by heart. But there’s a problem.

Miss Mona is broke. It’s during the Depression, and National Geographic has just turned down her application to join an expedition to the Amazon. What’s she to do? Perhaps get a job as a department store salesgirl. Anything to tide her over until a next assignment.
There’s a knock on the door. Who could this be in the middle of the night? Holding a revolver, Mona reluctantly opens her door to a man wearing a Homburg hat and holding a briefcase.

“I bring glad tidings. Your Uncle Manfred Moon has died and left you as his heir to the Moon fortune. You are now one of the richest women in the country!” he says. Mona’s response is to point her revolver in his face. If the stranger is telling the truth, she will apologize. If he is a fraud, she will shoot him. That’s how Mona does things in 1933.


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Category: Mystery – Cozy

News and Nectarines by Carly Winter

News and Nectarines

by Carly Winter


She’s trying to report on the facts, but someone is framing her for murder.

A local nectarine orchard burning to the ground is front-page news, and as the only reporter for the Tri-Town Times, Tilly Donner is determined to uncover the facts and find out who started the fire. That is, until she finds the main suspect with a knife in his chest, taking his dying breaths.

With the help of her two best friends and the local small-town gossip vine, Tilly uncovers clues to help the police solve the case. But her plan backfires when the Sheriff believes the evidence leads to Tilly being the killer.

Can Tilly discover who committed the murder and prove her innocence before her reputation and life are ruined?


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