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By Bill Noel

Early mornings used to be Chris Landrum’s favorite time on the small South Carolina island he calls home—until a stranger joins him along a lonely stretch of road. After a car suddenly barrels toward them in the predawn darkness and slams the stranger into the hereafter, Chris’s peaceful retirement is thrown into a tailspin once again.

Even though the police declare the stranger’s death a tragic accident, Chris knows better. Distressed, Chris heads to his photo gallery, hoping for a distraction from the day’s horrific start. But when another man is murdered in his beachside home within hours, Chris soon learns that the only thing the victims have in common is First Light, Folly Beach’s newest place of worship, led by nontraditional preacher Burl Ives Costello. Assisted by his friend and self-proclaimed private detective, Charles Fowler, Chris begins to dig into Costello’s suspicious past. As Chris and Charles become more convinced that Costello is somehow tied to the deaths, the body count rises and no one is safe.

In a new Folly Beach mystery, a retiree turned amateur sleuth and his quirky pals must put everything on the line—including their lives—to catch a killer before they become part of the death count.


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By Bill Noel

Early mornings used to be Chris Landrum’s favorite time on the small South Carolina island he calls home—until a stranger joins him along a lonely stretch of road. After a car suddenly barrels toward them in the predawn darkness and slams the stranger into the hereafter, Chris’s peaceful retirement is thrown into a tailspin once again.

Even though the police declare the stranger’s death a tragic accident, Chris knows better. Distressed, Chris heads to his photo gallery, hoping for a distraction from the day’s horrific start. But when another man is murdered in his beachside home within hours, Chris soon learns that the only thing the victims have in common is First Light, Folly Beach’s newest place of worship, led by nontraditional preacher Burl Ives Costello. Assisted by his friend and self-proclaimed private detective, Charles Fowler, Chris begins to dig into Costello’s suspicious past. As Chris and Charles become more convinced that Costello is somehow tied to the deaths, the body count rises and no one is safe.

In a new Folly Beach mystery, a retiree turned amateur sleuth and his quirky pals must put everything on the line—including their lives—to catch a killer before they become part of the death count.


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By Patrick David Daley

Sean Kilgore, born with the same distinctive birthmark as his father, grandfather, and great-grandfather, has no idea that he belongs to the world, not just his parents. Months later after a car accident robs him of his parents and his history, little Sean is adopted by his father’s colleague. Sean Kilgore is now Sean Brennan. As Sean grows older and learns he is adopted, he cannot escape the belief that his triangular birthmark has significance. Yet his attempts at discovering what it means only deepen the mystery.

Years later, Sean feels like a stranger in his own life, encumbered by a restlessness that beckons him into the unknown. Seeking to escape a past marred with disappointment and tragedy, Sean leaves a life of certainty behind and travels from Toronto to Kabul to London and finally to Janus, an uncharted island in the North Atlantic, where he soon discovers a peaceful society, committed to remaining isolated from the world. As Sean immerses himself in a new life, he is unaware that beneath the peaceful charm lies a hidden truth: the island’s enigmatic leader, a beautiful woman, and The Spirit know more about him than he does.

The Mark of Janus is the compelling tale of one man’s journey to fulfill a purpose two centuries in the making as the future of the world waits.


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By Becky Bartness
After fourteen years of practice in Chicago, attorney Kate Williams relocated to Phoenix, Arizona, to get a saner lifestyle by cutting down on her hours and developing a social life. A year and a half later, she owns her own law firm in a converted cottage in downtown Phoenix and is a criminal defense attorney that employs a staff of three, a staff that keeps very busy.

Kate, her coworkers, and friends are off and running again when she befriends a tree climbing, alien-watching man living in the backyard of her house-to-be, and she is kidnapped by aliens. Confusion and levity ensue when the CIA, Homeland Security, the US Armed Services, the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office, the Phoenix Police Department, and Kate’s real estate agent join in the search to find Kate.

Matters are further complicated when Kate’s mother makes a surprise visit, and Kate and her friends are confronted by their most dangerous foe yet.

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By Becky Bartness
After fourteen years of practice in Chicago, attorney Kate Williams relocated to Phoenix, Arizona, to get a saner lifestyle by cutting down on her hours and developing a social life. A year and a half later, she owns her own law firm in a converted cottage in downtown Phoenix and is a criminal defense attorney that employs a staff of three, a staff that keeps very busy.

Kate, her coworkers, and friends are off and running again when she befriends a tree climbing, alien-watching man living in the backyard of her house-to-be, and she is kidnapped by aliens. Confusion and levity ensue when the CIA, Homeland Security, the US Armed Services, the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office, the Phoenix Police Department, and Kate’s real estate agent join in the search to find Kate.

Matters are further complicated when Kate’s mother makes a surprise visit, and Kate and her friends are confronted by their most dangerous foe yet.

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By Cynthia Macari

Sidney Spencer is the successful author of mystery novels who loves her job, but she’s due for a much-deserved break. She owns a cabin in Spring Lake, Pennsylvania, but she’s never spent the winter there. This is just the respite she needs as she settles in her winter home and a quiet community filled with new friends.

As a mystery author, Sidney is always curious, and she suspects several of her neighbors are hiding secrets. She does her best to weed out the truth, but her amusing hobby turns to something much more necessary when one person is killed and two girls are reported missing. Now, Sheriff Will Putnam needs her help before someone else ends up dead.

Sidney knows certain neighbors in Spring Lake harbor secrets, but do any of them seem capable of murder? She has to use all her investigative skills to discover whether there is a killer among them. And she’d better figure things out soon before she becomes the killer’s next person of interest—and possible prey.


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By Ralph Motley Jr.

In the small town of Tilton, Virginia, a man is brutally murdered and beheaded. As Detective Zack Townes and his partner and girlfriend, Sergeant Kim Patterson, begin to investigate, they have no idea that they are encountering the work of a serial killer.

When Maria Cortez was a girl, she was raped and left for dead in a remote area of El Paso, Texas. Although the trauma drove her into a mental facility and left her unable to recall the details of the event, in the eight years since, she has begun to put the pieces back together. Now she is determined to destroy her tormenters—one of whom has moved to Tilton, where he has started a new life as mayor.

As Townes and Patterson, along with the help of FBI agent Becky Talley, work to catch the killer, they also have to contend with the difficulties of their newly blended family, particularly the rebellion and disrespect of Zack’s sixteen-year-old daughter, Kathy.

In this tale of murder and corruption, only time will tell if the veteran investigators will be able to catch Maria before her quest for revenge is complete.


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By Paul A. Newman

Tragedy strikes the Geauga County Maple Festival when a local judge is found murdered. Although the event is crowded with townsfolk, one man says the wrong thing and ends up the county’s most wanted. He is president of the maple festival, Fred Newman, and he suddenly finds himself under arrest by the Chief of Police.

Fred is an attorney in the small town of Chardon, and although he may be a prime suspect, he’s thankfully not alone. Several of the townspeople are called before the court, and Fred takes it upon himself to represent his fellow citizens. However, he soon seems even more suspicious when he represents another attorney, which only causes additional small town trouble.

Despite the cloud that has settled over Geauga County, Fred continues his duties as President of the maple festival. He takes his responsibilities seriously, but how can he run a successful event when half the attendees think he might be a murderer? It’ll take further investigation and the help of a local police officer to clear Fred’s name and save the famous celebration.


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By Craig Markley
Never give up your dream, especially if it is a book, what seems so far away; isn’t.
— C. Markley

Detective Nick Gosch and his partner Gus Kaminiski fight crime on a daily basis in New York City, but this day is different than the rest. A routine missing child case puts Nick in a tailspin as he flashes back to the disappearance of his own little sister years before. He soon finds a pattern: recent missing children were taken near military bases.

Nick feels this can’t be coincidence, so he and Gus question military authorities to see if they can turn up any clues. They interview several high-ranking officials at several military bases but come up dry. Months pass with no new leads, and Nick is about to give up when a threatening note arrives, warning him off further investigation.

The note only makes Nick hungrier for the truth, but his prodding leads to his abduction by hooded men who take him to an undisclosed location. There, he meets Agent Keasling, a human hybrid with reptile eyes. Despite increased threats, Nick proceeds with the case in the hopes of finding all the lost children of the city, including his precious sister.

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By Cynthia Macari

Sidney Spencer is the successful author of mystery novels who loves her job, but she’s due for a much-deserved break. She owns a cabin in Spring Lake, Pennsylvania, but she’s never spent the winter there. This is just the respite she needs as she settles in her winter home and a quiet community filled with new friends.

As a mystery author, Sidney is always curious, and she suspects several of her neighbors are hiding secrets. She does her best to weed out the truth, but her amusing hobby turns to something much more necessary when one person is killed and two girls are reported missing. Now, Sheriff Will Putnam needs her help before someone else ends up dead.

Sidney knows certain neighbors in Spring Lake harbor secrets, but do any of them seem capable of murder? She has to use all her investigative skills to discover whether there is a killer among them. And she’d better figure things out soon before she becomes the killer’s next person of interest—and possible prey.


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By Cynthia Macari

Sidney Spencer is the successful author of mystery novels who loves her job, but she’s due for a much-deserved break. She owns a cabin in Spring Lake, Pennsylvania, but she’s never spent the winter there. This is just the respite she needs as she settles in her winter home and a quiet community filled with new friends.

As a mystery author, Sidney is always curious, and she suspects several of her neighbors are hiding secrets. She does her best to weed out the truth, but her amusing hobby turns to something much more necessary when one person is killed and two girls are reported missing. Now, Sheriff Will Putnam needs her help before someone else ends up dead.

Sidney knows certain neighbors in Spring Lake harbor secrets, but do any of them seem capable of murder? She has to use all her investigative skills to discover whether there is a killer among them. And she’d better figure things out soon before she becomes the killer’s next person of interest—and possible prey.


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By Ralph Motley Jr.

In the small town of Tilton, Virginia, a man is brutally murdered and beheaded. As Detective Zack Townes and his partner and girlfriend, Sergeant Kim Patterson, begin to investigate, they have no idea that they are encountering the work of a serial killer.

When Maria Cortez was a girl, she was raped and left for dead in a remote area of El Paso, Texas. Although the trauma drove her into a mental facility and left her unable to recall the details of the event, in the eight years since, she has begun to put the pieces back together. Now she is determined to destroy her tormenters—one of whom has moved to Tilton, where he has started a new life as mayor.

As Townes and Patterson, along with the help of FBI agent Becky Talley, work to catch the killer, they also have to contend with the difficulties of their newly blended family, particularly the rebellion and disrespect of Zack’s sixteen-year-old daughter, Kathy.

In this tale of murder and corruption, only time will tell if the veteran investigators will be able to catch Maria before her quest for revenge is complete.


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By Paul A. Newman

Tragedy strikes the Geauga County Maple Festival when a local judge is found murdered. Although the event is crowded with townsfolk, one man says the wrong thing and ends up the county’s most wanted. He is president of the maple festival, Fred Newman, and he suddenly finds himself under arrest by the Chief of Police.

Fred is an attorney in the small town of Chardon, and although he may be a prime suspect, he’s thankfully not alone. Several of the townspeople are called before the court, and Fred takes it upon himself to represent his fellow citizens. However, he soon seems even more suspicious when he represents another attorney, which only causes additional small town trouble.

Despite the cloud that has settled over Geauga County, Fred continues his duties as President of the maple festival. He takes his responsibilities seriously, but how can he run a successful event when half the attendees think he might be a murderer? It’ll take further investigation and the help of a local police officer to clear Fred’s name and save the famous celebration.


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By Patty Brant

It looks like someone left the door to the nether region open again, and reporter Molly Martindale has got another batch of otherworldly supplicants who need her help.

Not long ago, Molly quite literally went to hell to help secure peace for her friend Dennis, who was born Buddy Parker in the 1920s in her beloved, adopted hometown of Oxbow, Florida. Oxbow has always felt charmed to Molly—that is, if she doesn’t count the ghostly visitors who turn her world upside down or the recent return of her ex-boyfriend Greg Richards, who brings with him the scourge of illicit drugs and a burning need to get even with her.

Molly is working on acquainting her best friend Dana with Dennis’s memory. He is the father Dana has never known but always resented. Molly must tread carefully, all too aware that she could easily lose her best friend in the process. What’s more, things heat up when Dana meets Glenn Morrison, the wheelchair-bound veteran Molly kind of thinks of as “hers.” But soon Molly finds herself threatened from all sides, as residents of hell plead for her help yet again.

In this sequel to Bitter Secrets, only time will tell if she can deal with worldly and supernatural problems as she fights her newest unholy foes—the advent of drugs into her world, decades of lies involving the powerful St. Claire family, and the shadows of her past.


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By Randolph Mase
The bodies of two lovers are found early one morning hanging from the ceiling of a chapel at the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Cloisters. Shortly thereafter, private investigator Matthew Hogan joins forces with his long-time friend Tom Walker of NYPD in the investigation. With the help of his love interest, attorney Kathy Russell, Hogan searches for and discovers several clues near the scene of the murder. The evidence, and interviews with friends and neighbors of the victims, leads Hogan into the dark world of revenge. As he pursues each lead and gets closer to the truth, the real danger escalates, culminating in a climactic showdown in Greenwich Village. You won’t want to miss this one!
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