Once Upon A Crime

by Nolon King

Once upon a time, the Grimms’ fairy tales taught lessons. Now, the Grimm Reaper does.

New detective Chelsea Sullivan is partnered with a maverick famous for closing cases and infamous for how he does it. He has a target on his back and a chip on his shoulder. Not exactly how she hoped to kick off her first homicide case.

Jim McPherson doesn’t mind showing an up-and-comer the ropes, but he does mind when she keeps putting herself in harm’s way. Especially since her innocence is exactly the trait the serial seems to be targeting. Unless they’re missing a crucial detail. And he can’t help but think his new partner knows what it is.

He has no idea she fears her father might be the murderer.

The body count is rising and the Grimm Reaper is after Chelsea. If they can’t catch him before he catches her, there will be no happily ever after.

Once Upon A Crime is the first book in Nolon King’s new Once Upon A Crime Trilogy. Start reading your favorite new series today!

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Category: Thrillers – Crime

One Fine Mess

by Mark Petersen

One little murder? A head in a box?
All Jules Nichols wants is to off her abusive hubby, then she and her lover can kick back. They’ve planned out alibis, misleading clues, and disposal of the weapon. But soon the baddies are popping up everywhere. The Mob. Drug-dealing bikers. Her wacko sister. At the same time, the Vermont staties won’t go away, and the murder weapon won’t stay hidden. It’s time to show some ovaries!

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Category: Thrillers – Crime

The Plowman’s Plight

by E. A. Rivière

An outlaw plowman falsely accused of murder

An alchemist’s virgin who is more than she seems

A fiendish murderer hiding in open sight

Carcassonne, 1200 AD

When the bayle comes to arrest Bertwoin for the murder of the woodcutter’s daughter, he flees to the alchemist and his virgin for help. Monks capture Bertwoin, and the virgin rescues him from the dungeon. They then hide where no one would think to look for them . . . except the murderer.

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Category: Mystery – Historical

Francis Laurent

by Schuyler Randall

A very gripping and intense story…. Cozy Mystery Book Reviews

Excellent storytelling and strong characterization rocket this book to the top…. Stephen D. Reeves

Birmingham, Alabama, 1922. Prohibition has its grip on the bustling city. Corruption is rife and remaining an honest man of the law takes tenacity in the face of rampant greed. Strait-laced Bureau of Investigation officer Francis Laurent does his job and does it morally. When crooked officers gun down his partner and closest friend August Day in cold blood, Laurent vows to exact revenge on those responsible. As Laurent delves into Day’s murder, he discovers the corruption runs deeper than he ever suspected. It is time to act, but the system is rotten, and Laurent must get to the source, purging as he goes.
Laurent’s gripping tale of revenge and redemption is revealed through the eyes of his estranged daughter, Raina, who is no stranger to the desire for justice. Plenty of demon’s haunt Raina, and she is no stranger to playing judge, jury and…executioner.

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Crime in Oxford

by Catherine Moloney

This twisted killer wants to make an exhibition of himself.

Detective Markham visits the Reynolds Museum, Oxford, hoping to take in a little culture.

Instead, he finds a grisly crime scene.

Someone has been there after-hours. And they’ve left their own addition to the exhibit.

A battered body, posed in a glass case for all to see.

The victim is historian Dr Timothy Colthurst, golden boy of Sherwin College.

His friends and peers — members of the academic elite — might seem respectable. But one of them is hiding a killer secret.

Can DI Markham hunt them down before anyone else pays the ultimate price?

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Category: Mystery – Traditional Detectives

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