A Skeleton in Every House

by Isabella Duke

Suffocated by the constraints of high society and yearning to prove herself as a journalist, Catriona Winters heads to the scene of a shocking crime: a marquess found slain, his body drifting off the Limehouse docks.

Her reporting throws her directly across the path of Scotland Yard inspector Thomas Marlowe, who is intent on keeping the details of his inquiry out of the headlines. But Catriona is no stranger to the murder victim, and as she delves ever deeper into the circumstances surrounding his death, she discovers a scheme of blackmail that creeps from the darkest slums to the parlours of the aristocracy.

When a second killing shocks London, leaving no one above suspicion, she and Marlowe must set aside their rivalry to unmask the killer before he strikes again—and before Catriona makes herself his next victim.

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Category: Mystery – Historical

Cardinal Virtues (War of the Submarine: Book 1)

by R.G. Roberts

Alex Coleman is no hero. Just ask him.
2037: Every nation wants underwater territory. The race for resources on the ocean floor is on.
Commander Alex Coleman thought his career was over when he got sent to Armistice Station, an underwater megastation where you can buy everything except success in the U.S. Navy. Here, he waits for retirement, doling out sodas and supplies while keeping an eye out for unruly sailors—hardly what the Navy sends you to do when you’re on the fast track.
But things aren’t quiet in this underwater amusement park. French marines arrive with Indian Navy support. Both nations want the United States out of the Indian Ocean, and Alex’s eclectic band of castoff sailors are all that’s in their way.
Alex sure as hell doesn’t want to be a hero. Heroes don’t explode coffee creamer fireballs or hijack cruise ships, but the shooting’s started, and he’s got a job to do.

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Category: Thrillers – Military

The War No One Wanted (War of the Submarine: Book 2)

by R.G. Roberts

Alex Coleman had a chance to end World War III before it started…instead, he lost an unwinnable battle. Now, he finally has command of his own submarine, but USS Jimmy Carter is old enough to drink, his crew is a few beers short of a six pack, and no one expects him to make a difference.
It doesn’t help that the U.S. Navy and their allies started the war on the wrong foot. A series of unrelated incidents, mix-ups, and greedy grabs for ocean-floor real estate escalated straight into a shooting war that no one knows how to stop. Now submariners like Alex are on the front lines, fighting against overwhelming odds—and finding out that American technology no longer holds the edge it once did. Enemy subs are fast, their torpedoes are faster, and both are quieter than ever before. Driving around in the oldest attack submarine in the Navy means Alex knows that better than anyone. His boat sti

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by Tavi Taylor Black

An island sheltered from modern progress. Strict lines between servants and masters. Will crossing them leave her fatally exposed? Serabelle is a darkly humorous work of historical fiction. If you like intricate relationships, lyrical prose, and stories that tackle serious issues, then you’ll love Tavi Black’s vivid portrait of the Gilded Age.

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Category: Thrillers – Historical