Flip-Flops and Murder (Barefoot Sleuth Mysteries ~ Book 1)

by H.Y. Hanna

English girl Ellie has barely arrived in sunny Florida for an unexpected vacation when she stumbles on a sinister murder amongst the sugar-white sand and swaying palm trees. Now Ellie must battle sunburn, jetlag and a cheeky parrot named Hemingway while doing some barefoot sleuthing… But with red herrings sending her on a wild ‘gator’ chase and a handsome resort doctor setting her pulse racing in a different way, will her first visit to the Sunshine State end up deadlier than she ever imagined?

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Category: Mystery – Cozy


The Widow’s Secret

by Theo Baxter

Leona and Wade are hiking when Wade falls off a cliff. His body is never recovered.
Shortly after, Wade’s brother is shot dead and his wife vanishes.
Leona is the prime suspect.
She’s sure it’s all connected to a secret in their family. And she’s right.
But she has no idea just how shocking that secret is and how far they will go to protect it.

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Category: Thrillers – Psychological


Under the Stone Paw: A Magical Suspense Adventure

by Theresa Crater

A forgotten family legacy. Six crystal keys. One shot at unlocking the secrets beneath the Sphinx.
New York. Anne Le Clair has always stayed clear of family drama. So the successful attorney is shocked to inherit a mysterious necklace from her eccentric aunt. And the prim young woman’s days quickly turn nightmarish when she’s plagued with disturbing visions and warned that wearing the bequest in public will threaten her life.

Discovering the pendant’s stone is one of six that together form a cryptic key, she flies to Egypt in search of answers and meets the holder of the second artifact. But though the logical lawyer is deeply attracted to the handsome stranger, he may be the person who killed her predecessor…

In over her head and out of her comfort zone, can Anne dodge shadowy Illuminati to solve a mystery that could change the world forever?

Under the Stone Paw is the magical first book in the Power Places action-adventure supernatural suspense series. If you like strong heroines, hunts for ancient objects, and visionary fiction, then you’ll love Theresa Crater’s international intrigue.

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Category: Mystery – International Mystery & Crime


The Death and Resurrection of Baseball

by William R. Douglas

What if a Second Civil War is the endpoint in the current trajectory of America’s divisiveness?
What if early warning signs of baseball’s popularity continue downward?
What if among the personal and cultural casualties of a Civil War II, baseball was to die as a sport?
The Death and Resurrection of Baseball take those what-if propositions and transports the reader 140 years from now into the futuristic United States of America to the year 2166. A United States that is far from our current recognition.
In the year 2166, a post-Second Civil War United States of America is finally back on its feet. Among the countless personal and cultural casualties of the war, the sport of baseball has been dead for over a hundred years.
12-year-old Joe Scott lives in the northern Illinois city of McHenry and goes exploring in the woods one day in a no man’s land that a hundred years earlier was the site of the bloodiest battle of the Second Civil War. While there, he discovers a relic from the distant past, from before the war. It sparks a search for its meaning. Little does he know that the wheels of Providence have been unwittingly set in motion, leading to a stunning discovery in Dyersville, Iowa.
This second discovery has a direct connection with the relic found in McHenry. As events unfold, Joe finds himself at the center of the rediscovery of the sport of baseball, long lost and forgotten by the ravages of time and the lingering aftereffects of the Second Civil War. With no living person having any first-hand knowledge of the game, can he figure out the pieces of the puzzle to resurrect the game of baseball? Will his friends take to the game? What will the adults think?
The Death and Resurrection of Baseball will take you back to the happy days of your youth and your coming of age. The story will thrill you, move you, and make you think long and hard about where The United States of America is currently at, and where we could be headed.
Baseball has always been a metaphor for America and has always brought Americans together. In The Death and Resurrection of Baseball, you will find its greatest strength, hope!

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Category: Thrillers – Historical


Doing Business As Kevin Templeton by Kiley Riley

by Arthur S. Newman

This is a coming of age story that finds our main character trapped in a courtroom thriller that lingers on the verge of a thriller. The story is helped along by the narrator Kiley Riley, Kevin’s foster sister.

Kevin’s propensity for trouble would often derail his plans to live a life apart from the one given him. These skirmishes with the law finally catapult him into a courtroom battle that could mean a long prison sentence for insurance fraud. Meanwhile, a scrupulous FBI agent believes Kevin is responsible for more than insurance fraud because members of Kevin’s foster family keep popping up dead, with only death certificates signed by Kevin as evidence.

Who Is Kevin Templeton?

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Category: Thrillers – Legal


Spurious Scrapper

by George Veck

Chrissy Bray has had his share of hard knocks. Considered a degenerate drug dealer, he has slummed through life, dragging scores of hapless North Walian addicts down to his dreary level. After a decade in the game, the weight of his destructive, parasitic actions loom large. But now, as he’s finally sorting his life out, Chrissy discovers that tight knit communities rarely forget.

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Nook | Kobo

Category: Mystery – Police Procedurals