The Desperation of Harry

by E Ryan Janz

Shocks and secrets pack this dark humored story based on actual events, as twenty-three-year-old, Monty Hill, leaves his Midwestern roots for 1977 Hollywood with dreams of becoming a major screenwriter. He settles into a near fantasy existence surrounded by swimming pools and palm trees and from which he meets his new neighbor, Harry, a mysterious yet endearing man who in hopes to assist Monty financially, inadvertently entangles him with a seemingly dangerous producer of pornographic films. While Monty weaves his way through various obstacles and relationships, at its heart, this is a tale that illustrates the enduring friendship of Monty and Harry while reinforcing Harry’s warning to Monty upon their first chance meeting – that people are not always as they seem.

$0.00 Previously $5.99

Category: Mystery – Historical

Sam’s Song

by Hannah Howe

Sam’s Song is book one in the Amazon #1 Sam Smith Mystery Series. Each book in the series combines a psychological mystery with humour and romance, and can be read as a stand-alone. The series is currently being translated into twelve languages and has readers in over thirty countries.

$0.00 Previously $2.99

Other Retailers
Apple | Nook | Kobo

Category: Mystery – Private Investigators

Bankers Hours

by Mike Faricy

Anthony DiMento, more commonly known as Beau, has a problem.
A $250,000 problem!
Seems in an effort to keep the DiMento bar open he borrowed money from the owner of Cheater’s strip club, Declan Osborne.
Now the payment is due and Beau doesn’t have the money.

But Beau does have a plan . . . kind of, maybe, sort of.

A plan that at least seemed logical at the time.
Just rob a bank.

$0.00 Previously $3.99

Category: Mystery – Cozy

The Alpha Team: Volumes 1-3

by Owen Parr

Ex-CIA, ex-FBI, ex-SEALs…The elite tactical force known as The Alpha Team is in the business of security and intel. There’s a little something here for everybody—love, revenge, technothrills, past life regression—as the Alphas crisscross the globe foiling military coups and assassination plots, taking down drug smugglers, cyberterrorists, and extremists.

$0.00 Previously $7.99

Category: Thrillers – Technothrillers

John Rader

by Ian Quarry

Who would mess with a man like John Rader?
When tough-as-nails PI John Rader walks away from a car wreck, leaving behind a dead blond, a lot of bullet holes, and most of his memory, he sets out to discover who wanted him dead, and why. In a place like Brink City, and with a man like Rader, that could be a long list. Then he hears the name Max Dressler – an ex-con with his own underworld empire – and his gut tells him it’s right. Removing Dressler alone won’t do it, though – not if Rader wants to walk these streets again. He needs to wipe out his whole damn crew.

But Rader is working at several disadvantages. First, he doesn’t know what they look like, while they know him. And second, all he has are the dollars in his wallet. Dressler has real money, he has powerful friends, and he has muscle. Good thing Rader’s not interested in the odds.

Only the corrupt local police chief, Gertz, takes Rader’s threat seriously from the start. He damn well better.

(This novel contains violence, strong language and sex references.)

$0.99 Previously $3.99

Category: Thrillers – Crime


by James Lilley

A hardworking, single dad finds himself entangled in a devious crime.
Ed Mitchell leads a simple, unassuming life with his twelve-year-old daughter Ellie. Together, they live paycheck to paycheck in a small coastal community south of Boston. Little do they know, their frugal existence is about to unravel. Their nightmare begins when Ed is hired by Brandon Field, a malignant narcissist, and ruthless career criminal. With Ellie being used as leverage, Ed soon finds himself coerced into a sleazy scam. To add to his problems, Brandon operates a sizable network of unscrupulous, street thugs who serve as his eyes and ears.

A gripping, fast-paced plot with a jaw-dropping twist!

$0.00 Previously $2.99

Category: Crime Fiction

Trouble viewing this email? Click here to see it online.