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By D. R. Beavers
When Jessie Barnes’ parents are seriously injured in a car accident, she takes a leave of absence from her investigator job with the Chicago Police Department to help care for them in their home in Aiken, South Carolina. While in town, she’s tapped to help the shorthanded local sheriff’s department.

Just a week after her arrival in the sleepy southern town, she is called to investigate a double homicide. Tom and Carol Lowe have been shot to death in their spacious home on Mulberry Street. This isn’t a typical crime for Aiken, which generally deals with much lesser-profile problems. Working with lead investigator Bill Hankinson, Jessie must leave her tough Chicago tactics behind as she adjusts to his southern ways.

The job gets interesting when additional murders occur in nearby Burnettown. She is assisted through the investigations and her indoctrination into the southern lifestyle by William Bradford, a local entrepreneur who develops a romantic interest in her.

As Jessie and the sheriff’s department struggle to discover the truth behind these unlikely crimes, their investigation reveals shocking details that are highly unusual in these typically peaceful towns.

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By Barbara McKinley Morrison

Susan O’Brien Shaw is a lonely widow in need of a change. After a three-year absence, she decides to leave Canada and return to the small Mexican town of Bucerias to rekindle some happy memories. As always, she takes her dog, Princess, with her. However, things in Bucerias are not exactly as Susan remembered—or hoped.



As soon as she arrives, an attractive, silver-haired man attempts to steal her suitcase. Next, her apartment gets ransacked and her purse stolen. It seems Susan has become a target, and she has no idea why. She comes upon a young orphan boy named Rat, who lives in a dump. Feeling down in the dumps herself, she befriends him.



Soon, both their lives are threatened, and in order to stay alive, they are forced to investigate. They realize the Mexican police cannot be trusted, so with the help of friends, they take matters into their own hands. Susan was looking for a change. In Bucerias, she finds counterfeit drugs, danger, and even love. Here’s hoping she gets out alive.


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By Barbara McKinley Morrison

Susan O’Brien Shaw is a lonely widow in need of a change. After a three-year absence, she decides to leave Canada and return to the small Mexican town of Bucerias to rekindle some happy memories. As always, she takes her dog, Princess, with her. However, things in Bucerias are not exactly as Susan remembered—or hoped.



As soon as she arrives, an attractive, silver-haired man attempts to steal her suitcase. Next, her apartment gets ransacked and her purse stolen. It seems Susan has become a target, and she has no idea why. She comes upon a young orphan boy named Rat, who lives in a dump. Feeling down in the dumps herself, she befriends him.



Soon, both their lives are threatened, and in order to stay alive, they are forced to investigate. They realize the Mexican police cannot be trusted, so with the help of friends, they take matters into their own hands. Susan was looking for a change. In Bucerias, she finds counterfeit drugs, danger, and even love. Here’s hoping she gets out alive.


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By Elijah Parker
The book was based on the adult life and experiences of real people, yet turned into science fiction. The names have been changed to protect the innocent. The story begins as Dane discovers illegal activity taking place and decides to investigate and put a stop to it. After some serious experiences, he succeeds and moves on to work back home in Fort Adams. Dane gets married. They struggle and grow together, eventually having a daughter, whom they affectionately call Molochai. The story takes twist as Dane finds that his wife Dee had been given a mission of her own. He is surprised to find that she is an alien from another part of the universe, and that he is destined to provide her with a way home. When they return to Earth, his future takes an unexpected turn as he comes into contact with the Sound of Truth and he finds himself “Going Home.”
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By D. R. Beavers
When Jessie Barnes’ parents are seriously injured in a car accident, she takes a leave of absence from her investigator job with the Chicago Police Department to help care for them in their home in Aiken, South Carolina. While in town, she’s tapped to help the shorthanded local sheriff’s department.

Just a week after her arrival in the sleepy southern town, she is called to investigate a double homicide. Tom and Carol Lowe have been shot to death in their spacious home on Mulberry Street. This isn’t a typical crime for Aiken, which generally deals with much lesser-profile problems. Working with lead investigator Bill Hankinson, Jessie must leave her tough Chicago tactics behind as she adjusts to his southern ways.

The job gets interesting when additional murders occur in nearby Burnettown. She is assisted through the investigations and her indoctrination into the southern lifestyle by William Bradford, a local entrepreneur who develops a romantic interest in her.

As Jessie and the sheriff’s department struggle to discover the truth behind these unlikely crimes, their investigation reveals shocking details that are highly unusual in these typically peaceful towns.

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By D. R. Beavers
When Jessie Barnes’ parents are seriously injured in a car accident, she takes a leave of absence from her investigator job with the Chicago Police Department to help care for them in their home in Aiken, South Carolina. While in town, she’s tapped to help the shorthanded local sheriff’s department.

Just a week after her arrival in the sleepy southern town, she is called to investigate a double homicide. Tom and Carol Lowe have been shot to death in their spacious home on Mulberry Street. This isn’t a typical crime for Aiken, which generally deals with much lesser-profile problems. Working with lead investigator Bill Hankinson, Jessie must leave her tough Chicago tactics behind as she adjusts to his southern ways.

The job gets interesting when additional murders occur in nearby Burnettown. She is assisted through the investigations and her indoctrination into the southern lifestyle by William Bradford, a local entrepreneur who develops a romantic interest in her.

As Jessie and the sheriff’s department struggle to discover the truth behind these unlikely crimes, their investigation reveals shocking details that are highly unusual in these typically peaceful towns.

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By Elijah Parker
The book was based on the adult life and experiences of real people, yet turned into science fiction. The names have been changed to protect the innocent. The story begins as Dane discovers illegal activity taking place and decides to investigate and put a stop to it. After some serious experiences, he succeeds and moves on to work back home in Fort Adams. Dane gets married. They struggle and grow together, eventually having a daughter, whom they affectionately call Molochai. The story takes twist as Dane finds that his wife Dee had been given a mission of her own. He is surprised to find that she is an alien from another part of the universe, and that he is destined to provide her with a way home. When they return to Earth, his future takes an unexpected turn as he comes into contact with the Sound of Truth and he finds himself “Going Home.”
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By Chris T. Larsen
In 1941, Catherine Sorensen is a receptionist at the New York accounting firm where her father works. She feels great about her life. Jobs like hers are hard to come by for young women as the Great Depression lingers on. Catherine wants to be professional, but then, she meets the son of one of the firm’s wealthiest clients.

Robert Collins is dashingly handsome and charming. She falls for him immediately but is sure she will never see him again. Furthermore, their relationship is doomed due to their different social classes. Imagine Catherine’s surprise when Robert shows up at her house a few days later, and they fall in love.

Before they can get married, Robert must serve overseas in World War II. During his absence, he has given Catherine a puzzle. Somewhere, he hid $20,000 that will be theirs to share as husband and wife. She is supposed to find it before his return, but what turns into a game becomes a refining fire that shapes the rest of Catherine’s life.

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By Chris T. Larsen
In 1941, Catherine Sorensen is a receptionist at the New York accounting firm where her father works. She feels great about her life. Jobs like hers are hard to come by for young women as the Great Depression lingers on. Catherine wants to be professional, but then, she meets the son of one of the firm’s wealthiest clients.

Robert Collins is dashingly handsome and charming. She falls for him immediately but is sure she will never see him again. Furthermore, their relationship is doomed due to their different social classes. Imagine Catherine’s surprise when Robert shows up at her house a few days later, and they fall in love.

Before they can get married, Robert must serve overseas in World War II. During his absence, he has given Catherine a puzzle. Somewhere, he hid $20,000 that will be theirs to share as husband and wife. She is supposed to find it before his return, but what turns into a game becomes a refining fire that shapes the rest of Catherine’s life.

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By Chris T. Larsen
In 1941, Catherine Sorensen is a receptionist at the New York accounting firm where her father works. She feels great about her life. Jobs like hers are hard to come by for young women as the Great Depression lingers on. Catherine wants to be professional, but then, she meets the son of one of the firm’s wealthiest clients.

Robert Collins is dashingly handsome and charming. She falls for him immediately but is sure she will never see him again. Furthermore, their relationship is doomed due to their different social classes. Imagine Catherine’s surprise when Robert shows up at her house a few days later, and they fall in love.

Before they can get married, Robert must serve overseas in World War II. During his absence, he has given Catherine a puzzle. Somewhere, he hid $20,000 that will be theirs to share as husband and wife. She is supposed to find it before his return, but what turns into a game becomes a refining fire that shapes the rest of Catherine’s life.

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By Mike Holst

Torch Brennan was bored with his early retirement from the Minneapolis Police force. He couldn’t forget the many years of living life on the edge that he’d once led, and how now, it seemed he had little purpose in life. Than came a chance to go back and work on a cold case. It was a case that had eluded him for years, and the one “blemish” on his stellar record. They said it was “new evidence”—evidence that would shed a convincing light on who had done it—and so the hunt was back on.

Then, along with the evidence, came a new twist. The man, whom he had pursued for so many years, looked more and more innocent with each passing day. Suddenly, he was pursuing him, not to convict him, but to help him prove his innocence. Either way, guilty or innocent, he had to find him. In his search for Barry, the evidence trail would take Torch from the streets of Minneapolis to the primitive forests of Alaska and back again.

For Barry, proving his innocence was as elusive as it was for the police to prove his guilt, until his subconscious mind slowly started to unravel and bit-by-bit the truth was revealed.

This is Mike Holst’s tenth published fiction novel. As always, it is a story that is written so vividly and real that you will forget its fiction, and wonder when and where it happened. In addition to being an author, Mike lives and writes in North Central Minnesota, where he has been long active as a columnist and freelance writer.


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By Mike Holst

Torch Brennan was bored with his early retirement from the Minneapolis Police force. He couldn’t forget the many years of living life on the edge that he’d once led, and how now, it seemed he had little purpose in life. Than came a chance to go back and work on a cold case. It was a case that had eluded him for years, and the one “blemish” on his stellar record. They said it was “new evidence”—evidence that would shed a convincing light on who had done it—and so the hunt was back on.

Then, along with the evidence, came a new twist. The man, whom he had pursued for so many years, looked more and more innocent with each passing day. Suddenly, he was pursuing him, not to convict him, but to help him prove his innocence. Either way, guilty or innocent, he had to find him. In his search for Barry, the evidence trail would take Torch from the streets of Minneapolis to the primitive forests of Alaska and back again.

For Barry, proving his innocence was as elusive as it was for the police to prove his guilt, until his subconscious mind slowly started to unravel and bit-by-bit the truth was revealed.

This is Mike Holst’s tenth published fiction novel. As always, it is a story that is written so vividly and real that you will forget its fiction, and wonder when and where it happened. In addition to being an author, Mike lives and writes in North Central Minnesota, where he has been long active as a columnist and freelance writer.


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By Giselle M. Stancic

Tonight’s performance of Mahler’s Ninth Symphony marks a new beginning for Maestro Auguste Leloir. Behind him are the ghosts of his first appearance with the Chicago Philharmonia thirty years ago, when the dreams of the conductor and his new bride were brutally destroyed by the blade of an unknown assailant.
But at the end of the evening’s triumphant concert, death emerges once again to take the solo bow. The Philharmonia’s principal oboist and Auguste’s longtime friend, Nicholas Koshevsky, suffers a heart attack onstage during the fading chords of Mahler’s great requiem, the Final Adagio.
Observing the reactions of those closest to Nicholas, Auguste begins to question whether the oboist’s death was inevitable. As he unravels the backstage labyrinth of orchestral politics and personal betrayal, he discovers that death by natural causes serves as a convenient cover for murder. Offstage, Leloir is lured into a web of deceit and long-held hatreds that hold the key to solving his wife’s murder—and ultimately to his own survival.


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By Giselle M. Stancic

Tonight’s performance of Mahler’s Ninth Symphony marks a new beginning for Maestro Auguste Leloir. Behind him are the ghosts of his first appearance with the Chicago Philharmonia thirty years ago, when the dreams of the conductor and his new bride were brutally destroyed by the blade of an unknown assailant.
But at the end of the evening’s triumphant concert, death emerges once again to take the solo bow. The Philharmonia’s principal oboist and Auguste’s longtime friend, Nicholas Koshevsky, suffers a heart attack onstage during the fading chords of Mahler’s great requiem, the Final Adagio.
Observing the reactions of those closest to Nicholas, Auguste begins to question whether the oboist’s death was inevitable. As he unravels the backstage labyrinth of orchestral politics and personal betrayal, he discovers that death by natural causes serves as a convenient cover for murder. Offstage, Leloir is lured into a web of deceit and long-held hatreds that hold the key to solving his wife’s murder—and ultimately to his own survival.


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By Giselle M. Stancic

Tonight’s performance of Mahler’s Ninth Symphony marks a new beginning for Maestro Auguste Leloir. Behind him are the ghosts of his first appearance with the Chicago Philharmonia thirty years ago, when the dreams of the conductor and his new bride were brutally destroyed by the blade of an unknown assailant.
But at the end of the evening’s triumphant concert, death emerges once again to take the solo bow. The Philharmonia’s principal oboist and Auguste’s longtime friend, Nicholas Koshevsky, suffers a heart attack onstage during the fading chords of Mahler’s great requiem, the Final Adagio.
Observing the reactions of those closest to Nicholas, Auguste begins to question whether the oboist’s death was inevitable. As he unravels the backstage labyrinth of orchestral politics and personal betrayal, he discovers that death by natural causes serves as a convenient cover for murder. Offstage, Leloir is lured into a web of deceit and long-held hatreds that hold the key to solving his wife’s murder—and ultimately to his own survival.


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