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In this paranormal thriller short story, L.A.’s hard-boiled, World War II-era private detective Geno Richter hunts down a supernatural Nazi foe, one he must stop before it strikes a deadly blow to the American war effort.

They Don’t Shoot Horses

by Sara Caudell

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Jolted out of bed by gunshots, Susie Wheeler’s peaceful widowhood of gentling and training abused horses is shattered. She has bullet holes in her barn and dead horses. Susie infuriates meddling relatives and challenges those who would call her abused horses dangerous. Then with the help of her small-town friends and the Cimarron County Sheriff, they take on horse thieves and mysterious strangers.

Dead For Good

by Stacy Claflin

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When your only alibi is a dead man, you don’t have much of a defense.

Brad Morris likes to think of himself as one of the best: an assassin at the top of his game. For years, he’s juggled work and family — attentive husband and loving father by day, cold-blooded killer by night.

But when the charismatic neighbor that Brad openly despises turns up dead on the same night he was out on a hit, Brad suddenly finds himself a prime suspect. His wife lies to the police but her lie only lands him deeper in trouble, and it’s clear she thinks he might be guilty too.

Brad’s being framed and he knows it, but it’s nearly impossible for him to prove his innocence without admitting he’s an assassin.

Can he catch the killer without endangering his family — or blowing his own cover?

For God and Country

by Ted Peters

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Leona Foxx leads a double life. She is unwillingly called back into CIA espionage while serving as a parish pastor on the South Side of Chicago. Leona’s skills as a defender of America against threats both foreign and domestic conflict with her conscience, a conscience shaped by her faith and her compassion for both friends and enemies. Discover how even a saint cannot avoid sinning boldly.

Cordial Killing

by Vikki Walton

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A freak spring storm. A person out for revenge. How’s Anne going to get out of this one?
When the Brandywine Inn guests are trapped with a killer in their midst, Anne Freemont tries to uncover the killer before anyone else dies. But as the blizzard approaches, strange occurrences make Anne wonder if there’s a ghost in the bed and breakfast too?
Cordial Killing is the second book in the Backyard Farming series. If you’re looking for a book that’s a great read while snuggling up with a cup of hot tea, grab Cordial Killing today.

Murder Most Pemberley

by Jessica Berg

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Eat a crumpet. Check. Say “bloody hell” in an English pub. Check. Solve three murders and fall in love? Definitely not on the list. But when England dishes up murder, even an American girl knows it’s time to channel her inner Agatha Christie. American Eliza Darcy travels to England for a Darcy/Bennet family reunion to solve the estrangement between her father and uncle. Not long after Eliza’s arrival, a dead body surfaces. Eliza has every intention of keeping her snoot out of official Scotland Yard business, but when clues to the murder begin to merge with her investigation into her family’s rift, her inner sleuth self-activates. With the help of her batty great-aunt and the sexy Heath Tilney, Eliza hurries to untangle the web of secrets. As corpses start to pile up faster than the clues, Eliza fears the estate’s family graveyard will swallow another body: hers.

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Hidden Justice

by Nolon King

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Retired detective Frank Grimm breaks into his neighbors’ homes, searching for clues about who murdered his daughter. What started as an obsession in solving a crime has transformed into Frank breaking and entering, vicariously living through others’ lives.

But one day he finds a message for him from a teenage girl who knows what he’s doing. “Help, my father is raping me. Please kill him.”

Frank must decide how far he’ll go outside the law to save a child. But his former ally, detective Mallory Black, is tracking his every move. Detective and ex-detective find themselves on a collision course as their lives are torn apart by their obsessions for delivering justice, no matter the costs.

A Flight Fall

by Andy Straka

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When you’ve been sky high, there’s only one path left to take. Private investigators Frank Pavlicek and his daughter Nicole receive an urgent message from their friend and fellow falconer Jake Toronto about “a death in the family.” For Toronto, his birds are his family. The death in question turns out to be the murder of his prize peregrine falcon Jazzman. Toronto worries that a vivacious female chef he helped ease out of a job is the culprit and that he may have done the wrong thing by both the woman and her employer. Was Jazzman murdered for love?

Black Water

by Ninie Hammon

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Bailey Donahue was supposed to stay dead…

After witnessing her husband’s murder, Bailey’s been ripped from her life and secreted away in the Witness Protection Program.

Too bad the sleepy town of Shadow Rock was the wrong place to hide.

Believed dead by the mafia, Bailey finds herself trapped in a torturous limbo, walled-off from her old life. But that’s where she must stay unless she’s willing to risk the lives of her eighteen-month-old daughter, or any of the other people Bailey loves most in the world.

Losing all hope, she tries to kill herself …

Then wakes up in the hospital, more alive than ever.

Now Bailey has a “gift”— she can paint portraits of events that haven’t happened… yet.

Her first picture is of a drowning girl. She doesn’t know who or where the girl is, or worse, how to stop her prediction from coming true.

When two locals offer their help, Bailey feels like she must accept, even though her instincts are screaming that the pair of supposedly good Samaritans know too much about her.

Can Bailey find the girl and prevent a tragedy — without letting anyone know she’s still alive?

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Detroit homicide detective Jill Zannos manages to keep one foot planted firmly in the traditions started by her grandparents, while the other navigates the most devastated neighborhoods in the city she can’t help but love.
While she investigates the most notorious murder of her career, secrets from her own family emerge.

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