Blood in the Bayou

by C. M. Sutter

On her first assignment since her promotion to SSA status in the Serial Crimes Unit of the FBI, Jade Monroe and her new partner, Lorenzo DeLeon, are tasked to southern Louisiana, where disturbing discoveries have been made. Human bones have been found in numerous sites deep in bayou country, and the locals aren’t too excited about having outsiders poking around in their business.
When Jade has a chance meeting with a local hunter, she finds his assistance exactly what she needs to break through that unwelcoming barrier. She brings him on board as their go-between.
The hunter inserts himself into their investigation and gains Jade’s trust, but is he authentic, or does he have his own agenda?
A bone-chilling blindside and a dangerous chase through the Louisiana swamps is just the beginning, but the question remains—is Jade the hunter, or is she the one being hunted?

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Category: Thrillers – Crime


STATS: Numbers To Kill For

by Mark Donahue

As a former Navy SEAL who fought in the Middle East, David Dawson thought he had done all he could to serve his country. Little did he know, the fate of the United States would soon rest in his hands.

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Category: Thrillers – Political


Sonny’s Vendetta: Suspense and Spaghetti in South Philly

by Michael Attiani

In 1915 Italy, a teenaged girl believed she had conjured the perfect lie to protect herself. It took more than a century, but the lie-fueled vendetta her father declared reached its climax 4000 miles away in South Philadelphia. Sonny’s Vendetta offers a suspenseful tale of intrigue, old world grudges, family, Sunday Gravy and meatballs. Join John Jr. as he joins forces with a well-connected uncle, an elderly family attorney, and a variety of friends to figure out what’s going on, recoup his legacy and stay alive … not necessarily in that order.

“You’ll love this character-driven, laugh-out-loud romp about a multi-generation Italian family and their cursed restaurant, Sonny’s. It’s like having Rocky Balboa and the Corleones over for dinner.” — David Aretha, award-winning author

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Pretty Little Fliers

by Erin Johnson

She talks to the animals. But when they witness a murder, who will squawk first?
Cursed and almost powerless, Jolene’s definitely down on her magical luck. Forced to disguise her taboo shifter abilities, she barely makes ends meet by working as a pretend pet psychic. So she eagerly says, “Oui,” to a job securing testimony from a parakeet that watched a woman’s fatal fall.

Teaming up with a true blue police officer and his lie-sniffing German Shepherd, Jolene works hard to hunt down suspects. But with an after-hours affair, a disgruntled neighbor, and risqué photos all seemingly connected to the crime, untangling the truth is bound to get hairy.

Can Jolene protect her cover and pluck out the clues before she falls from grace?

Pretty Little Fliers is the first book in the delightful and complete Pet Psychic Magical Mysteries series. If you like charming towns, hilarious heroines, and spellbinding twists and turns, then you’ll love Erin Johnson’s pet-friendly tale.

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Category: Mystery – Cozy




While out riding one day Sister Joan stumbles across a ruined chapel, inside a man who Joan guesses has been dead for some time. The police seem strangely reluctant to help. It looks like it’s all down to Joan. But can she help her fellow man and stay out of trouble?

When Mother Dorothy’s godmother dies and leaves all her money to the convent, Sister Joan is uneasy and things don’t seem quite right at the hospital. Then a little girl goes missing. Joan teams up with Detective Sergeant Mill, but can they get to the bottom of things before tragedy strikes?

There is something weird going on in their quiet corner of Cornwall. There’s been some obscene vandalism in the kitchen. A dog is kidnapped. And when a cat is killed, Joan knows there’s evil afoot. Are these crimes just practical jokes gone horribly wrong?

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Category: Mystery – Cozy


Hunting Teddy Roosevelt

by James A. Ross

It’s 1909, and Teddy Roosevelt is not only hunting in Africa, he’s being hunted. The safari is a time of discovery, both personal and political. In Africa, Roosevelt encounters Sudanese slave traders, Belgian colonial atrocities, and German preparations for war. But James Pierpont Morgan, the most powerful private citizen of the era, wants Roosevelt out of politics permanently. Afraid that the trust-busting president’s return to power will be disastrous for American business, he plants a killer on the safari staff to arrange a fatal accident. Roosevelt narrowly escapes the killer’s traps while leading two hundred and sixty-four men on foot through the savannas, jungles, and semi-deserts of Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Congo, and Sudan.

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Category: Thrillers – Historical


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