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By Dale Rominger
Drake Ramsey is a Californian news reporter who wants to write the great American science fiction novel. Dumped by his girlfriend, Drake finds himself with nothing to lose, and he searches online for a secluded place to work. Alone in a dreary English coastal town, consumed by boredom and loneliness, he is lured up the road to the Skinburness Hotel, where he finds inspiration in a beer and the atmosphere. Drake senses this is the place to harness his creative genius, without any idea of what awaits him in the near future.

After a few visits, Drake is befriended by the hotel manager—just as a staff member is found mysteriously dead. Drake, ever the streetwise reporter, senses a story and begins to investigate. The last person to have seen the dead man alive is Zuri Manyika, a stunningly beautiful hotel guest. Now Drake must determine whether Zuri was involved, all the while wrestling with his undeniable attraction to her. Unfortunately, this is not the first death in the hotel—nor will it be the last—unless Drake finds a way to stop a killer on a quest for revenge.

In this eerie tale, an American news reporter suddenly immersed in a suspicious death investigation in a remote corner of England is about to discover that every mystery comes with an unexpected twist.

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By Dale Rominger
Drake Ramsey is a Californian news reporter who wants to write the great American science fiction novel. Dumped by his girlfriend, Drake finds himself with nothing to lose, and he searches online for a secluded place to work. Alone in a dreary English coastal town, consumed by boredom and loneliness, he is lured up the road to the Skinburness Hotel, where he finds inspiration in a beer and the atmosphere. Drake senses this is the place to harness his creative genius, without any idea of what awaits him in the near future.

After a few visits, Drake is befriended by the hotel manager—just as a staff member is found mysteriously dead. Drake, ever the streetwise reporter, senses a story and begins to investigate. The last person to have seen the dead man alive is Zuri Manyika, a stunningly beautiful hotel guest. Now Drake must determine whether Zuri was involved, all the while wrestling with his undeniable attraction to her. Unfortunately, this is not the first death in the hotel—nor will it be the last—unless Drake finds a way to stop a killer on a quest for revenge.

In this eerie tale, an American news reporter suddenly immersed in a suspicious death investigation in a remote corner of England is about to discover that every mystery comes with an unexpected twist.

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By Robert Brigham

Pomp, circumstance, and murder mark the graduation ceremony at Marcus Rome State University. Famed philanthropist and commencement speaker, Douglas Norwood, lies dead. There is no apparent motive. A cryptic message to a local television station provides many questions but few answers. Sergeant Tom Warren and the campus police are faced with the grim task of untangling the mess.

University President Norman Mulholland wants a solution fast, and appoints mathematics professor Jim Albright to serve as liaison between him and the police. In an unconventional move, Warren and Albright enlist a group of amateur sleuths composed of Albright’s sexy psychologist wife, Donna; eccentric mathematical genius Elmo Sherwin and his wife, Michelle; and Mulholland himself to work with Warren. With the exception of the president, this is the same group that pinpointed another campus murderer three years earlier (see Math Is Murder).

The team soon learns the crime is more complicated than it first appeared, and watches with growing anxiety as the university’s situation deteriorates. Will they be able to solve this mystery in time to prevent more carnage?

The clues in this whodunit are everywhere. It’s up to the investigative team and the reader to find them. The problem is recognizing them.


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By Steven R. Head

After the death of his father, graduate student Wilson Dodge returns to his hometown in Wyoming to run the family newspaper. It’s the mid-1950s: a time of simplicity and peace in Dodge’s small town— until the newspaper’s youngest employee, photographer Corky Freeman, is found dead. For Dodge, nothing is simple anymore.

Grayson Farmer is the Fremont County Sheriff , now facing reelection as a Democrat in the year of Eisenhower and the Republicans. He can’t seem to find a suspect or motive in the death of Freeman, and the town’s fresh-faced news editor does little but get in his way. Farmer’s problems only increase due to personnel problems, another death, and the FBI.

Dodge sets out to solve Freeman’s murder and finds clues, romance, and family secrets. A journey that leads the newspaperman to lessons and dangers he had not expected. And as the body count rises and fills the front page, Dodge declares a deadline on reporting deaths.


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By E.M. Schorb

“A crackling good story told in the compelling, precise prose of a poet. Imaginative. Evocative. Wander the streets of New York with Edgar Allan Poe, who, dear reader, must solve a murder to save a friend. The Frankfurt eBook Grand Prize in Fiction goes to E.M. Schorb for Paradise Square...”

—Award Citation, Walter Anderson, Chairman, Parade Publications

“By mixing elements of the historical novel and the conventional mystery with a speculative reconstruction of Poe’s final days, Schorb has crafted a fascinating tale. He does great honor to Poe’s memory and fame.”

—Gregory Harris, BookPage.com

“A modern blend of literary history and spunky humor that deserves its Frankfurt nod.”

Publishers Weekly


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By Tim Selvadurai

The suspense in this engaging crime narrative is riveting and keeps building up until it reaches a most unexpected climax filled with excitement and pathos.

Fourteen years after the end of  World War II, former RAF fighter pilot Ben Benison gets a frantic phone call from Celia, the wife of his best friend, Don. It seems Don has been unfaithful, and the proof stands in the hallway of the couple’s home: Ada Hamilton, a young, fragile, pregnant girl who clutches love letters written in Don’s hand. Unfortunately, Don is in London, and Celia wants Ben to find out if her husband truly is a liar and a cheat.

Ben heads up to London to confront his old friend and then returns to Celia’s house to deliver the sad news that Don has admitted to the affair. But then things take a strange and sudden turn. Two police inspectors arrive minutes later and reveal that Don’s body has been found in his rooming house at 142 Wellington Place. Whether his death was by suicide or murder, they can’t—or, more accurately, won’t—say.

The authorities open up an inquest into Don’s death, and Ben accompanies the police back to London, where they interview witnesses and gather evidence. Tracking down Don’s mistress complicates things and there is a great twist when a second “Miss Hamilton” turns up. Something is certainly rotten at 142 Wellington Place.


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By Steven R. Head

After the death of his father, graduate student Wilson Dodge returns to his hometown in Wyoming to run the family newspaper. It’s the mid-1950s: a time of simplicity and peace in Dodge’s small town— until the newspaper’s youngest employee, photographer Corky Freeman, is found dead. For Dodge, nothing is simple anymore.

Grayson Farmer is the Fremont County Sheriff , now facing reelection as a Democrat in the year of Eisenhower and the Republicans. He can’t seem to find a suspect or motive in the death of Freeman, and the town’s fresh-faced news editor does little but get in his way. Farmer’s problems only increase due to personnel problems, another death, and the FBI.

Dodge sets out to solve Freeman’s murder and finds clues, romance, and family secrets. A journey that leads the newspaperman to lessons and dangers he had not expected. And as the body count rises and fills the front page, Dodge declares a deadline on reporting deaths.


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By Steven R. Head

After the death of his father, graduate student Wilson Dodge returns to his hometown in Wyoming to run the family newspaper. It’s the mid-1950s: a time of simplicity and peace in Dodge’s small town— until the newspaper’s youngest employee, photographer Corky Freeman, is found dead. For Dodge, nothing is simple anymore.

Grayson Farmer is the Fremont County Sheriff , now facing reelection as a Democrat in the year of Eisenhower and the Republicans. He can’t seem to find a suspect or motive in the death of Freeman, and the town’s fresh-faced news editor does little but get in his way. Farmer’s problems only increase due to personnel problems, another death, and the FBI.

Dodge sets out to solve Freeman’s murder and finds clues, romance, and family secrets. A journey that leads the newspaperman to lessons and dangers he had not expected. And as the body count rises and fills the front page, Dodge declares a deadline on reporting deaths.


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By Charles P. Frank

Digging Through Ashes finds private investigators Mac and Maggie Mason in a real bind: one of their colleagues is accused of arson and fire has destroyed evidence.

Have you ever had to give bad news to someone you loved? If so, you’ll feel at home in Digging Through Ashes.

Have you ever struggled to keep a secret that might well redirect your life? If so, you’ll feel at home in Digging Through Ashes.

Have you ever tried to figure out what would happen if visitors from outer space showed up on earth? If so, you’ll feel at home in Digging Through Ashes.

Have you ever wondered if a generous offer were really generous or if it might be a scam? If so, you’ll feel at home in Digging Through Ashes.

Have you ever been in a situation when you did not know whom you could trust? If so, you’ll feel at home in Digging Through Ashes.


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By Ventana
Recently drummed out of a prestigious local university and its forensic research laboratory for blowing the whistle on pillars of the community, Dr. Cornell Westerly is a promising forensic scientist with a brand-new diploma and a California license plate. He’s an apprentice crime scene investigator in need of a steady job to pay the rent. Westerly, an expert in DNA analysis, finds that opportunity with Detective Dash Brogan of the Los Angeles Police Department, a man steeped in the hard-boiled, old-school police procedurals of bygone times. Together, they take on some of the city’s most heinous crimes, including Westerly’s first gruesome case involving eight hanging children. Rise, Rise, Dark Horses of American Noir follows this young, fresh-out-of-college protégé as he braves the notorious mean streets of the City of Angels in search of redemption, love, and forensic truth. In blending the innocence of youth with the verve, grit, and pluck of the classic crime novel, author Konrad Ventana pays homage to the dark horses of Chandler, Hammett, Woolrich, and Spillane while exploring the depths of human depravity.
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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 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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