Covert Dreams

by Michael Meyer

What if the government said that your missing wife never existed? From the beer halls of Munich to the burning sands of Saudi Arabia, two desperate American husbands have unknowingly been sucked into a government conspiracy that threatens to consume them and everyone they love.

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Category: Thrillers – Conspiracies

Deadly Eyes

by Michael Meyer

Cuff and Rosie are lovers on the small Caribbean island of St. Croix, where rum and Bob Marley reggae and calypso rule. The sky is as blue as Cuff’s eyes, the turquoise ocean as pretty as Rosie’s cheeks, where the gentle lapping of the waves is a lullaby, and the swaying of the palm trees is a dance. The sandy beaches are as white as sugar. It truly is paradise. Their life there is idyllic, except for one thing—the unknown killer stalking them.

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Jack Dillon Dublin Tales, Volumes 1-3

by Mike Faricy

Have you met Jack Dillon? He’s a US Marshal who ends up on special assignment in Dublin. The Irish Mob, the Russian Mob, corruption, bodies, murders, vendettas, a target on his back . . . it’s a busy time!

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Category: Mystery – International Mystery & Crime

Bad Bones

by Lauretta Hignett

Fabulous superpowers? Check.

Strong urge to right wrongs and bring villains to justice? Check.

Impulse control problems? Check.

Okay, I might be seriously under-qualified for the job of Enforcer, I’ll admit. The Enforcer is supposed to be a human, for starters. It’s usually an ex-special forces guy with big muscles and even bigger balls, and a knack for sorting out petty squabbles between the witches and vampires and shifters in the city.

And I’m just a technically-dead nail tech – an animated skeleton with a talent for illusion magic and gold gel manicures. But I’ve recently discovered that I can manifest some pretty big muscles of my own. I’ve already got the big balls, so I’m halfway there.

It’s the ‘sorting out petty squabbles’ part that I might have trouble with. I’m usually the one to start the fights, not finish them. But a girl has got to grow up sometime.

My first job is finding a missing person. A half-pixie girl vanished from her home a week ago, and if she doesn’t surface soon, the local Fae diplomat is going to raise Hell. Her father is blaming vampires, her boyfriend is pointing the finger at the local werewolves. The clock is ticking. I’m determined to find her alive, and prove to the supes of D.C. that I’ve got what it takes to keep this city on the straight-and-narrow.

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Category: Mystery – Women Sleuths

Murder Under A British Moon: A 1930s Mona Moon Mystery

by Abigail Keam

Mona Moon travels to Merry Old England to visit Brynelleth, Robert Farley’s ancestral home, for the first time. Hoping to make a good impression, Mona finds she is rebuffed at every turn by Robert’s friends and even his servants. Events turn more sour as the staff quits after seeing ghosts, and a phantom keeps sabotaging repairs made to the manor. Despondent, Mona wants to return to the United States, but her trip is delayed when an American agent is discovered murdered at Brynelleth. She can’t leave Robert in such a lurch and begs her good friend, Lady Alice Nithercott, to help her find the culprit, who seems to be out for blood—Mona’s blood!

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Category: Mystery – Historical