- DEAD END
by J. Anthony Graves
- SIGNAL 30
by James Twerell
- NINE ZEROS
by Michael Flynn
- A Murder In Zurich
by Ralph Gregorio
- Capitol P
by Stuart Benjamin
- Abduction and Revenge
by Ralph Gregorio
- The Percolators
by Chuck Fair
- Swann's Last Song
by Greenpoint Press
- STAND AND PROTECT
by Kt Banks
- Mind Games
by Christine Deurloo
- Wrath 2nd Edition
- by Kevin Davison
A paranoid-schizophrenic suffers from delusions and dissociative identity disorder. This diagnosis is new to him having no mental health history in his family prior to his recent affliction. Bennett Andrews is a known transient that dwells in Reno Nevada and lives off of the tourists he pan handles from. He finds himself missing a chunk of his memories and awakens in a mental institution in Washington DC having no idea how he got there. After suffering from an alternate identity his psychiatrist, Doctor Victoria Tabbott accidentally discovers is the name of a detective from LA that died in a car accident with his family in Reno near where Bennett lived she becomes curious and investigates it further. Uniting with Special Agent Anthony Hauck, the three of them along with Bennett's alternate personality unravel a dark government conspiracy and secrets to Bennett's diagnosis that baffle the most intelligent scientists and doctors. They uncover a plot that puts them all in danger of being assassinated by the government they believe in. The actions and paths taken unlock a mysterious paranormal phenomenon that calls itself Wrath.
- LIVE FREE OR DIE FIGHTING- Survival in the North Country
- by Ralph Gregorio
Since the beginning of the twentieth century, mankind had made great strides in ensuring the comfort and ease of living for his fellow man. The invention of the airplane and the ability to travel across the globe in hours, the invention of the automobile, giving man mobility that was unheard of in past times. The harnessing of electrical power, giving light at the flick of a switch and of course, the computer, making mundane work tasks as simple as pressing a few buttons.
Now at the beginning of the twenty-first century, all of those advances are being taken for granted. No one even thinks about waking up in the morning, turning on a bathroom light, taking a hot shower indoors, brewing up the morning coffee and then getting into his automobile and commuting twenty or thirty miles to work. Once at work, he turns on his computer, surfs the net and gets the latest stock quotes, baseball scores or checking his emails. In some cases, he may even actually use the computer for work related activities. All of this is done without a second thought. Sure there have been storms where the power had gone out for a few minutes or even a few hours, those were taken in stride as minor inconveniences. Whenever there was a major storm, some people even lost power for a few weeks but they always knew the power would be back on and the government would set up shelters for those not prepared for this type of incident. Many others have at one time experienced a breakdown with his automobile. A headache for sure but that person usually just took out his cell phone and called for a tow truck or family member to come to his aid. People who traveled a lot often had flight cancellations. A great inconvenience for some but everyone knew that within hours, there would be another flight and they would get to their destination.
No one in their right mind could ever fathom that the lights wouldn’t turn on, the computers would not work, the cars wouldn’t move and no airplanes would be flying. People thought that would be like going back to the middle ages, when in actuality, it wasn’t all that long ago. Modern people just can not cope with living without all of these modern appliances. It was their God given right to be comfortable without a thought of how it all comes about.
That is exactly what happened one hot summer morning. People were busy doing their normal everyday tasks of getting ready for work or commuting to their jobs or to go shopping. Others turned on the television to watch the news, while some were lying on an operating table, being worked on by skilled surgeons. Many were over the oceans or on a cross country flight when the unthinkable happened. The power went out. Not just the electricity to turn on the lights but all electrical power to include the computers that actually operated the cars, the planes, the trains and medical equipment. Soon, in a matter of minutes, people would be thrown back to the nineteenth century. Many of those people would die when the planes went down or in a hospital that lost its ability to perform routine operations. For many it was a major inconvenience, for a few, it meant the end of life.
This is a tale of one man's efforts to deal with not only a massive EMP but also a rogue government and UN troops.
- The House
- by Aaron Kruse
“They say the dead don’t rest without a marker.”
– High Plains Drifter
What is the true nature of Hell?
Why do some go to Purgatory?
Must everybody pass through the nether realms?
Sometimes the dead don’t rest, especially when they have unfinished business among the living. If a debt is owed, the dead can sometimes make a deal to come back and collect.
What they pay for the chance depends on how badly they want to win.
But in a deal with the devil, you never really know all the details.
And you never win.
- Bubbala, Biker Scum and the 'T' Girls
- by Jacky Yanovsky
In this book we meet Nathan, a motorbike courier and Esther, his wife, who teaches special needs. They, along with a bunch of other characters are all trying to survive in inner city London in the early part of this new century.
Complete with all their baggage from the latter half of the last century they strive to remain at the right side of lawlessness. Their hearts are generally in the right place as they go about their daily tasks, in particular dealing with the impact of events historical when they surface once more.
Written in an inimitable style Jacky Yanovsky’s book portrays a part of inner city life, foreign to many, but home to Nathan and his friends. Dyslexia rules! KO.
- River City Ambush
- by Aaron Kruse
A middle-aged housewife is shotgunned in rush hour traffic. A church-going, small-town college boy takes a homeowner hostage. A small-time drug pusher takes two shotgun blasts in the chest. An overweight bully is beaten to death with an iron bar in broad daylight along a public road...and nobody saw anything.
Des Moines County sheriff’s deputy Cici Burns has her hands full trying to make sense of multiple murders in a town where murder is hardly known. Clues are few, and questions many, not least of them where the husband of the murdered woman fits in. Is the Dean of the local college on Cici’s side or not? And not who or why, but how the bully was beaten to death without a clue being left behind. Most peculiar of all, none of the families of the victims seem to have any questions at all.
And finally, there’s the case of the bomber who got everything right except how to get his bomb to explode.
With the help of a wily old sheriff, an experienced forensics investigator and one insightful psychologist, Cici tries to make sense of seemingly unrelated leads. When you’re outsmarting drug dealers, murderers and possibly one psychopath, you have to be cagier than they are. But is she setting up an ambush – or walking into one?
River City Ambush is the second in the River City series.