Never Speak


When Ray Watts finds out that his ex-wife has died in a fiery car crash, he becomes obsessed with their years together in a cult. They were sworn to silence. Now he starts writing about that time. When a brick crashes through his window—the first in a series of creepy, anonymous threats—he realizes that someone really doesn’t want him to write. They’re determined to shut him up. For good. But Ray can’t stop writing, telling every terrible secret from that dark time.

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Category: Mystery – Series


Shadows over Hemlock

by E.A. Copen

Exorcist Felix Cross has found the doorway to Hell he’s been looking for. To save the soul of an innocent man, Felix must interrogate a demon torturing a young girl. But when the exorcism turns violent, it’s all he can do to survive a night of Hell on Earth. This is a terrifying slow-burn mystery best read with the lights on!

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Category: Suspense


A Mind is a Terrible Thing to Manipulate

by Michael Sunset

Michael Sunset’s memoir describes text book narcissistic abuse. It details the way he was systematically manipulated by his ex-wife, her father, his mother, and sister to believe he had a mental illness that he did not have. His ex-wife worked to manipulate mental health professionals and the family court system to obtain control of their finances and daughter during their divorce process. He describes how confusing this type of abuse is to experience and how to defend against it.

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Category: Thrillers – Psychological


A Whisper of Leaves

by Ashley Capes

When young teacher Riko finds an old journal buried in the forests beneath Mt Fuji, a malevolent, untraceable force begins to threaten her at every turn.

But is it all in her head?

The more she studies the journal for answers, the more questions she uncovers. Worse, no-one takes her fears seriously and her best lead appears to be a belligerent old man, whose only care in the world is raking leaves deep in the forest.

With her grip on reality shaken and friendships strained to breaking point, Riko must discover the truth about the journal in order to put ghosts of the past to rest before she loses everything.

A mysterious ghost-story full of suspense!

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Category: Suspense


The Errant Heirs Caper

by CH Sessums

At a dime a dozen, I’m going broke handing out excuses for my dad.

The name on the door says “JD Pierson, Investigator,” but most days the chair behind his desk is empty. It’s 1936 and times are hard for everyone in Tyler, Texas, but it’s all I can do to keep the rent paid since Dad lost his way in a bottle of gin.

When JD suddenly shows a moment of sober coherence, I whisk him off to his favorite fishing lake in the hopes I can keep him off the sauce. I wanted Dad back in the investigator game, but having an old friend turn up dead was not part of the plan.

But when a swarm of heirs swoops in we’re left wondering if his death really was an accident, or if murder is how one of them means to cash in.

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Category: Mystery – Cozy


Patch Lane

by S.F. Barkley

Sarah Hastings is a rookie cop who works the night shift in Amber Forest, a small rural town nestled in the Western Pennsylvania mountains. After repeatedly responding to an abandoned and allegedly haunted farmhouse for 911 hang up calls, she discovers a dead body in a secret room. The forensic investigators determine that the body has only been dead for three to four days, but the case takes an unexpected turn when Sarah runs the victim’s fingerprints and learns that her Jane Doe actually died 20 years ago.

When the investigation intersects with a larger confidential case, Sarah finds herself caught between the FBI and US Marshals and realizes that she may be closer to the victim than she thought. As Sarah’s involvement in the case deepens, she finds her career is not the only thing at stake…

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Category: Mystery – Police Procedurals


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