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Five Knives

by D. F. Bailey


One Reporter.
Three Dead.
Five Knives.

FIVE KNIVES welds the intensity of Jack Bauer’s “24” to the scorching heat of THE GIRL WHO KICKED THE HORNET’S NEST.

“The author is a great talent.” — Aaron C. Brown, Amazon Top 1000 Reviewer

When a man plummets to his death from an apartment tower, Will Finch’s shock soon becomes a nightmare. As he studies the open windows above the corpse, Finch notices a lamp blinking erratically behind a drawn curtain on the eleventh floor.

When he investigates the distress signal, Finch discovers a woman handcuffed to a bedpost. Over the following week, he uncovers a conspiracy that ties the murder to a series of bombshells. The victim’s bankruptcy. A global stock fraud. A murder spree that began in Baghdad and is now haunting the citizens of San Francisco. Is this the work of a serial killer, a copycat — or both?


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Category: Thrillers – Crime

 

Witness to Evil

by Janet Dawson


Oakland private eye Jeri Howard’s assignment sends her to Paris to track down and retrieve a precocious seventeen-year-old who swiped her mother’s credit card and took off for Paris. Mission accomplished, they part, with Jeri’s invitation to call if ever Darcy needs help. Now Darcy is a “person of interest” in a murder case and again, in the wind.


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Category: Mystery – Private Investigators

 

The Butcher of Humanity: The True Story of Carl Panzram a Product of Hatred and Vengeance

by True Crime Seven and Genoveva Ortiz


Is it nature or nurture? Was one of the world’s cruelest serial killers created by his surroundings, or was he born that way?

Get ready to go on a dark and chilling journey through the mind and actions of one of the world’s cruelest serial killers ever – Carl Panzram.


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Category: Thrillers – Crime

 

Forgotten Creek

by Susan Clayton-Goldner


When the murder of a fourteen-year-old homeless boy rocks the small town of Ashland, Oregon, Detective Winston Radhauser is desperate to make an arrest. The boy, Tadeas Phan, is found stabbed through the heart on a bench near the pond in Lithia Park. One week earlier, another victim, also stabbed, was found in the Shakespeare theater courtyard. Both had empty Starbucks coffee cups beside them. The press has already dubbed them the Starbucks murders.
Maxine McBride, Radhauser’s partner, discovers a homeless man, crouching behind the park restroom. His clothing is blood soaked and he clutches a knife in his hand. She is convinced the man, Michael Cornelius, is the Starbucks killer.
Cornelius, known as Corndog, is a former police officer, a Vietnam vet who suffers from PTSD. He is a hero, having received both a purple heart and a bronze star for his service. The evidence against Corndog is daunting, but no matter how hard Radhauser tries to make the pieces fit, he can’t find a motive for the killings. His boss, pressured by the mayor, wants the case closed and insists Corndog be arrested.
The case is officially closed. But Radhauser can’t let it go. He risks everything, even his job, to investigate further. The closer Radhauser gets to the truth, the harder it is to believe. Will he find the real killer, free Corndog, and reunite him with the family he left behind?


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Category: Mystery – Series

 

Capital Kill

by Marc Rainer


A Killer Prowls The Streets Of Washington, D.C.
A few short blocks from the safety of the museums and monuments on the National Mall, a ruthless murderer roams the Capital, stalking his prey. Federal prosecutor Jeff Trask joins a team of FBI agents and police detectives as they try and solve a series of brutal murders. As the body count rises, the investigation leads to a chilling confrontation with the leader of an international drug smuggling ring, and no one is safe, not even the police.


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Category: Thrillers – Legal

 

The Adventure of the Deceased Scholar

by Liese Sherwood-Fabre


Sherlock joins his family to celebrate the spring holiday in London until a tragedy during the 1868 Oxford-Cambridge Boat race puts Mycroft Holmes’ reputation on the line.

When Mycroft Holmes identifies a drowning victim, he is drawn into a situation that could destroy not only Lord Surminster’s name, but his own reputation as well. If ruled a suicide, the lord’s assets will be returned to the Crown, leaving his mother and siblings destitute. Should that happen, the victim’s sister has threatened to drag Mycroft’s good name through the mire. Will Sherlock be able determine what happened before more than one family is destroyed?

“[Dr.] Sherwood-Fabre’s attention to detail and vivid prose are on full display in this delightful look at the evolution of a young Sherlock Holmes.”
–Book Life Prize


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Category: Mystery – Historical

 

Disappearing Act: a Las Vegas Love Story, Sort of…

by Ray Pace


It’s an Elmore Leonard-style laugh-out-loud action mystery.
A Las Vegas magician disappears with two million bucks of Chicago money. The boss sends Nick to get it back.
Can a disbarred lawyer, a fed-up hooker, and a lesbian softball team help? And how did a couple of Russians, a crooked record exec, and a rogue Korean colonel get involved?


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Category: Thrillers – Crime

 

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