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The Fulcrum: A Zack Wilder Thriller

by N.J. Croft


Is free will just an illusion?

It’s a question FBI Special Agent Zack Wilder has battled with most of his life. And when he’s visited by an old army buddy, Zack must decide how far he is willing to go to maintain the illusion. Because his friend is the only survivor of a suspicious plane crash that killed Zack’s former unit, and now someone is trying to finish the job.

As Zack investigates the crash—and struggles to keep the lone survivor alive—he uncovers evidence that the victims were all unknowing participants in an unauthorized and sinister experiment perpetrated by a clandestine organization, the Fulcrum.

Then he’s ordered to back off.

Now he has a choice. He can follow orders, or he can attempt to save the world from a future where any free will is totally obliterated—and face the consequences.


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Category: Thrillers – Technothrillers

 

The Great Witches Baking Show

by Nancy Warren


A baker with secrets Witches in trouble The cameras are rolling On your marks, get set, die!
Poppy Wilkinson is thrilled to be chosen as a contestant on The Great British Baking Contest. As an American with English roots, winning the crown as Britain’s Best Baker would open doors she’s dreamed of. In more ways than one. Appearing on the reality show is her chance to get into Broomewode Hall and uncover the secrets of her past.

But strange things are happening on the show’s set: accusations of sabotage, a black cat that shadows Poppy, suspiciously unsociable residents at Broomewode Hall—and the judges can be real witches.

There are murmurs that Broomewode is an energy vortex. It certainly makes Poppy see and do things that aren’t exactly normal, and seems to draw interesting characters to the neighborhood.

When a fellow contestant dies in mysterious circumstances, Poppy has more to worry about than burned pies and cakes that won’t rise. There’s a murderer on the loose and it’s up to Poppy and her new friends to solve the crime before it becomes a real show-stopper.

From USA Today Bestselling Author Nancy Warren, this delicious series of cozy paranormal mysteries will have you guessing until the end. Includes recipes.


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Category: Mystery – Cozy

 

Risky Bisqueness

by Elizabeth Rain


Julienne Mason’s Ego has taken a Beating. In the space of a day, she nearly burnt down the pizza parlor, lost her job, and walked in on her cheating rat of a husband.

To top it all off? She’s 40 and no one has noticed.

With nothing to show for a lifetime of chasing the Joneses and trying to conform to everyone else’s expectations but her own…Juli is more than ready for a change of lifestyle. But nobody ever told her that answering the summons to a strange letter would turn her entire life on a dime, and challenge every notion she’s ever had on what normal is…

Add in a Strange Inheritence, an Overbearing Ghost, A Snobbish Talking Cat, and a Sentient Recipe Grimoire; Sprinkle Liberally with Magic…

And Maybe even Misfits like her deserve a second chance to get things right…

But first she’ll need to solve her Uncle’s Murder and learn to Embrace her inner Witchiness…before she runs out of time and the killer Strikes Again…


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Category: Mystery – Cozy

 

Lover Girl

by Stephen Kronwith


Sammy, Lover Boy Vivino, retired hitman, finds a beautiful woman at his door. Her raised pistol, though, soon dashes any hopes for romance. For she is Angelica Fortuna, conflicted assassin, AKA L’Angelo Della Morte–The Angel of Death. Her father, Don Vito Fortuna, tasked her with one simple order: kill Lover Boy! Angelica, though, has her own agenda and joins Vivino in a race to rescue a kidnapped child, while falling in love with another man she just met. Unfortunately, due to Angelica’s paternal defiance, she and Sammy will face another obstacle–another Fortuna assassin. And he has equally direct orders: kill Lover Boy, Angelica, and whoever gets in the way.
Lover Girl will appeal to those who enjoy strong, female protagonists. Combining hilarious dialogue, romance and suspense it examines the true value of family and friendship–climaxing in two, edge-of-your-seat battles for survival.


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Category: Mystery – Women Sleuths

 

Lords of the Archipelago: Blood-Feud

by D.B. Motu


The Tavingtons are the PIRATE LORDS OF THE ARCHIPELAGO—the most powerful family in a high-seas, 21st-century pirate syndicate—and Caleb Tavington is the heir to the throne.

Unknown to the syndicate, Caleb wants out. He’s in love with Emma Wallace, and in the Archipelago that’s a death sentence, because the Wallaces and the Tavingtons are locked in a deadly blood-feud, with decades of hatred and violence between them.

Caleb knows that, to survive, he and Emma have to disappear, and he has an exit plan…but then everything falls apart.

To make it out alive, this modern-day Romeo and Juliet must walk a deadly tightrope of treachery, blood-feud and war, and Caleb will have to remind an ocean full of stone-cold killers why he is the most feared pirate in the syndicate—and the undisputed Lord of the Archipelago.

Readers call this explosive action-thriller ‘RIVETING’, ‘BEAUTIFULLY CRAFTED’ & ‘ACTION-PACKED’


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Category: Mystery – African American

 

Silhouette

by Michael Martin


AMBITION CAN BE MURDER.

NEWLY WIDOWED AND STRUGGLING with single fatherhood, a small-town prosecutor investigating a murder uncovers racially-explosive secrets that threaten a charismatic Black mayor’s ambitious plans for New Orleans.


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Category: Mystery – African American

 

The Waterstreet Button Factory

by Ghost Lady


This horror novella follows the journeys of four individuals throughout their residency at The Waterstreet Button Factory. Read along as they face typical life struggles as well as the factory’s terror.

“The Waterstreet Button Factory, constructed in 1897 with a concrete base and four stories of solid bricks. Within its walls labored many Irish and German immigrants over the years, as well as housed the city’s heroin addicts. Yes, this building has seen it all. The Great Flood of 1924 which submerged just over one story of the factory, leaving buttons dispersed and scattered across a six-block radius. It saw the longest recorded power outage for the city, to date.
After being vacated in the 1960s, due to a declining economy, the open floor plan was divided in hopes of being used for an indoor farmer’s market. The renovations, however, were never completed after a City Councilman embezzled millions of dollars in tax-payer money through the project, and supposedly fled to Mexico before the arrest warrant was issued. The dividers from the failed project were not a complete waste, as they were used nearly four decades later when the property was converted into industrial apartments.
Now, within the factory’s walls in Apartment 41, is a woman in her late-twenties who has found herself calling this place home. Twinkling lights now encase the original steel windows. The windows were beautiful. Their enormous size and thin windows provide substantial lighting during the warmer months, but poor insulation during the colder ones. Penny hadn’t gotten to experience that yet. She has only resided in the housing for three months. The fall nights had her dreading the upcoming season. The low temperatures combined with insufficient indoor heating would prove less of an inconvenience and more of a nightmare. Unfortunately, that would not be the only nightmare Penny would face during her stay at The Waterstreet Button Factory.”


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Category: Suspense

 

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