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Seven, eight … Gonna stay up late

by Willow Rose


A hair-raising thriller from an Amazon Bestselling Author!

She thought she could keep it a secret.

Just fourteen years old, Amalie thought she could take off and go to the festival with her best friend without anyone knowing it – without her parents finding out. She thought she was safe when she met a man offering her drugs; she thought she was safe when she went alone to her tent to take the pills. However, when she opened her eyes and found herself in the man’s basement, she knew she was not safe anymore.

She was trapped.

Seven, Eight … Gonna stay up late is the fourth novel in Willow Rose’s Bestselling series about the Danish journalist Rebekka Franck.


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Category: Suspense

 

One Fine Mess

by Mark Petersen


All Jules Nichols wants is a quiet family life, which she and her goofy-but-yummy lover Wesley can have as soon as they kill Jules’s abusive husband, Eddie. But now that Eddie’s good and dead, mob guys and drug dealers are coming out of the woodwork, the staties are suspicious, Wesley’s panicking, and all Jules’s careful plans are going wrong. Who would have thought it would be so hard to get away with one little murder?


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Category: Crime Fiction

 

Killer in the Retroscape: A Near-Future Mystery

by Bruce M. Perrin


In 2068, Doug Michaels finds his friend, Josh Unger, dead in his home. When law enforcement concludes his death was a suicide, Doug is dumbstruck – what could explain such a violent death in a future where such actions are unimaginable. Trying to unearth a killer, Doug creates a mental landscape of Josh’s past, a retroscape, starting in the mid-2030s.

Among its landmarks are:
– An illness, sensationalized in the media as the “zombie pandemic”.
– A mysterious phrase uttered at the attack on a government official.
– Josh’s machine-intelligence wife, Julia, who may hold the secret … if she can only remember.

In the end, determining guilt in a retroscape littered with suspects tells Doug more about humanity, technology, and himself than he ever could have imagined.


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Category: Thrillers – Technothrillers

 

Death & Decluttering

by Nancy McGovern


Joy Russo loves chaos. From her life as a busy reporter to her brawling family, there’s nothing she loves more than her messy, little life. Then the weird, slightly out-of-this-world Aurora Sparks arrives, who seems to thrive on creating order out of chaos.

The two of them have somehow ended up as roommates in the small Upstate New York town of Bent River, and the old adage that says “opposite attract” couldn’t be further from the truth! Sparks fly & tempers flare as each young lady tries to deal with the other’s eccentricities while not compromising their own values. Easier said than done.

But when a man is found dead and Joy’s father is the prime suspect, the two must put aside their differences if they want to help him. They soon find that their personalities actually complement each other when it comes to ferreting out clues. And thankfully so, as things are getting out of control!


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Category: Mystery – Cozy



Alibis & Arranging

by Nancy McGovern


When Aurora & Joy are invited to attend a dinner party at the estate of Bent River’s richest and oldest widow, Hilda Braithwhite, they aren’t sure what to expect. Aurora assumes the old woman simply wants to gossip about the recent murder that occurred in town, in which the two young ladies played a major role in solving. Joy, on the other hand, has spent years offering to ghostwrite Hilda’s memoir, and is hoping to schmooze enough during their time together to finally get the answer she desires.

But the night goes in a very different direction and, just days later, Aurora finds that she’s the one who’s been offered a new job: to clean out Hilda Braithwhite’s estate after her death.

But death isn’t exactly the right word. Aurora thinks murder is more appropriate, and she intends to prove it. But, first, she has to figure out how that little statue of a puppy ties into it all…


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Death By Deceit

by Abigail Keam


Josiah Reynolds and her girlfriend had just seen a movie and were going home when they discover a dead body. Why does this always happen to Josiah?
She learns the dead man was a reporter and a stranger to the Bluegrass. The police believe his death is due to a botched robbery, but Josiah thinks otherwise and begins snooping around.
When Detective Drake tells Josiah to back off, Josiah’s forensic psychiatrist boyfriend, Hunter, comes to the rescue and hires her to help investigate the case. Now Josiah has carte blanche to all the reports concerning the case, and they bear out her theory of what really happened to the dead reporter, but no one will listen.
Josiah makes it her mission to unearth evidence that will prove her theory. She begins the dangerous game of finding out the truth in a world that hides its secrets among antebellum mansions, oak-cured bourbon, and million dollar horses grazing in emerald pastures. This is the world of the Bluegrass—a world of wealth, privilege, and now murder!


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Category: Mystery – African American

 

Tokyo Traffic

by Michael Pronko


Running from a life she didn’t choose in a city she doesn’t know, Sukanya, a young Thai girl, escapes into Tokyo from human traffickers who will do anything to recover the computer she took. With help from Chiho, a Japanese girl living in a net café, she tries to get free from her pursuers and her past. Detective Hiroshi tracks the killers through Tokyo’s teen hangouts and deserted docks, straight into the underbelly of the global economy and the upper reaches of the power elite.


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Category: Thrillers – Crime

 

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