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Three Degrees and Gone

by J. Stewart Willis


Traffickers take three families illegally across the Canadian Border with partial success to escape the disastrous effects that climate change has wrought on the United States in the year 2087. A Canadian dystopian adventure.


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Category: Thrillers – Technothrillers

Kickass Sidekicks: Detective Duos

by Julie Smith, Adrienne Barbeau, Tracy Whiting, Shelley Singer, Rob Swigart


Who is Holmes without his Watson, Scully without her Mulder? Half the fun of a witty, fast-paced mystery is watching two wildly different kinds of detectives duke it out verbally while puzzling out a nearly impossible solution. Especially if they happen to be attracted to each other. In these five, some are, some aren’t, but in each case, these dynamic duos complete, complement and—often—thoroughly infuriate each other. (In the friendliest possible way, of course.) Double detectives, double fun at less than half the normal price!


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Category: Mystery – Collections & Anthologies

Personal Justice

by Dennis Carstens


Mackenzie Sutherland is shrouded in black at her most recent late husband’s funeral. Just get through this, she tells herself. Then on to a family meeting regarding the deceased’s will—which was recently altered to leave his three grown children with a paltry share of his multi-million dollar grocery enterprise. Mackenzie’s not-so despondent face might tell more observant onlookers she’s not exactly your typical grieving widow—but then, no one can see through her veil. This is by design. Alluring and dangerously attractive, she’s been down this road before.

Three times, in fact. In Dennis Carstens’ FIFTH hard-boiled legal thriller, we meet the classic black widow. All of Mackenzie’s late husbands were millionaires. Each died suddenly and quite mysteriously of massive heart attacks (in spite of no history of heart trouble). And each left their children with nothing—and their young, beautiful bride (of about a year or so) with millions.


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Category: Thrillers – Legal

Redemption Lake

by Susan Clayton-Goldner


Tucson, Arizona 1989 – Eighteen-year-old Matt Garrison is harboring two terrible secrets: his involvement in the drowning death of his 12-year-old cousin, and a night of drunken sex with his best friend’s mother, Crystal, whom he finds dead the following morning. Guilt forces Matt to act on impulse and hide his involvement with Crystal.

Detective Winston Radhauser knows Matt is hiding something. But as the investigation progresses, Radhauser’s attention is focused on Matt’s father. Matt’s world closes in when his dad is arrested for Crystal’s murder and Travis breaks off their friendship. Despite his father’s guilty plea, Matt knows his dad is innocent and only trying to protect his son. Devastated and bent on self-destruction, Matt heads for the lake where his cousin died—the only place he believes can truly free him. Are some secrets better left buried?


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Category: Mystery – Traditional Detectives



When Time Is A River

by Susan Clayton-Goldner


On a bench at the edge of the Lithia Park playground, someone is stalking two-year-old Emily Michaelson as she plays with her eighteen-year-old half-sister, Brandy. The child’s laughter curves through the sunlight, as if on wings. The stalker is more enamored than ever, but aware of Brandy’s vigilance with Emily, knows a kidnapping won’t be easy. Planning to gain Emily’s trust, the stalker gives her a necklace—little girls love pretty things. A few days later, Brandy and Emily arrive at the park for the Children’s Health Fair. When the stalker sees them enter the public restroom, the opportunity is seized. Will Emily be found in time? Or is it already too late?

Not long after Emily’s disappearance, Detective Radhauser finds her rainbow-colored sneakers in Ashland Creek, tied together in a double knot.


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Shadow Informant

by Edita A. Petrick


A killer is leaving a trail of bodies all over Chicago and each one is a puzzle piece, can the CPD put them all together before it’s too late?
When someone starts using murder victims as pieces of a puzzle it’s up to Caroline Osych of CPD to find out why. And to do that she’ll have to put her personal life in order first, with an estranged husband and kids that don’t want anything to do with her, she’ll have to get her head in the game before she can discover the meaning of this diabolic puzzle, luckily for her she’ll have a new partner to help her out. Because if they don’t solve the puzzle in time the killer promises that the worst is yet to come.


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Category: Thrillers – Psychological

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