- SIGNAL 30
by James Twerell
- I Didn't Do It!
by Victor Arnette
- NINE ZEROS
by Michael Flynn
- Blood and Soil
by David Nacht
- A Murder In Zurich
by Ralph Gregorio
- Capitol P
by Stuart Benjamin
- Come Hell or High Water
by Paula Bruno
by Jeff Copeland
by Darryl Hines
- Abduction and Revenge
by Ralph Gregorio
- 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.
- The Sound of Rain
- by James Stanley
From its opening paragraph, "She’d become the most popular girl in school, transforming from a bespectacled, scrawny, pimple faced ugly duckling into the proverbial swan, the one all the boys wanted and all the other girls tolerated. Matthew Bowman was the only one that mattered. She had loved him since that day when..." THE SOUND OF RAIN is a novel you won’t be able to put down…set in the tranquil community of Westfield, Massachusetts in the year 1986…Rita Anderson and Matt Bowman, from opposite sides of the track, are to be married on Christmas Day…a few days before their scheduled wedding, Rita tells Matt a secret she has been keeping from him…Angry at her deception, Matt storms out of her apartment…The next day, Rita is found dead: beaten, raped, and strangled.
The county assigns homicide detective Frank Johnson and the Massachusetts Attorney General’s Office Special Forces Agent Victoria Powers, to investigate the murder. As they attempt to unravel the last hours of both Rita and Matt's lives, secrets from their own pasts are revealed…the investigators develop an attraction for one another and a common bond as they try to determine the killer…Is it Matt? Is it Rita’s step-father? Is it the creepy neighbor? Is it a scorned classmate? Is it someone else?
Join author Stanley in his latest whodunit as you think along with Johnson and Powers in their quest to uncover the truth and come to terms with their lives…
- 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.
- River City Justice
- by Aaron Kruse
At first, the death of Patty Masterson looks like nothing more sinister than the suicide of a woman overcome by shock at the loss of her son in a tragic accident. But the careful work of one very conscientious medical examiner, and Deputy Sheriff Cici Burns’ own detective work, soon convince Cici it was really murder.
The trouble is…who would want her dead? Her obviously distraught husband seems an unlikely candidate, although he collected a nice insurance payment after the death of the son and stands to collect again from her death. Her brother? He needs money to start his own business, and seems to control the husband. And, when he sees something he thinks needs doing, he just does it without a second thought or a look back. Her first husband is another wild card. He is snake-mean and might have decided it was time to pay Bobby Masterson back for the beating Bobby gave him, and the wife Bobby took away from him.
Fortunately, Cici has allies in the form of one experienced old sheriff and the chief forensics investigator. Unfortunately, she’s soon an object of interest for the dead woman’s brother. Romance, or a quest for information? Or worse? Someone’s taking a night-time interest in her home and vehicle. Is there a link with the dead woman, or the series of robberies she’s investigating? Or the woman’s brother? And at what point did someone’s interest turn deadly?
River City Justice is the first in the River City series. Look for the second book in the series, River City Ambush.