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By Cayden Carrico
Millionaire Eugene Motter built the lavish estate of North Haven away from the rest of the world for his family to escape the Great Depression and wallow in their own wealthy seclusion. Disconnected from everything else, members of the family come to realize that they’ve locked themselves into a changeless world of their own that graces them with luxury as well as inadvertently catalyzes all of its decadence. The individual choices of each family members affects themselves and each other in the narrowed confines of North Haven as the repercussions of their choices endure throughout their lives and ultimately leads to the demise of the home.
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By Cayden Carrico
Millionaire Eugene Motter built the lavish estate of North Haven away from the rest of the world for his family to escape the Great Depression and wallow in their own wealthy seclusion. Disconnected from everything else, members of the family come to realize that they’ve locked themselves into a changeless world of their own that graces them with luxury as well as inadvertently catalyzes all of its decadence. The individual choices of each family members affects themselves and each other in the narrowed confines of North Haven as the repercussions of their choices endure throughout their lives and ultimately leads to the demise of the home.
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By Doug McFarland

Chief Justice M. J. Johns feels confident in his command of people, events, and life inside the Supreme Court of the United States—that is, until an unknown shooter kills the police officer protecting the door to his private chambers.

The demands of the Chief Justice are met quickly, and he demands that Henry Baldwin, Marshal of the Court, find the shooter and fast. Baldwin, formerly the toughest homicide cop in Washington, D.C., deserves the reputation he earned as the Bulldog, but he’ll need all his skills and determination again. Tension grows between the two powerful and willful men as Baldwin, forced to work around the ongoing public business of the Supreme Court, finds few clues. Still, he pursues answers through the majestic public rooms and intimate private cubbyholes of the Court. The Bulldog will not be stopped.

This novel, told from the perspective of a Supreme Court insider, offers an intimate and accurate glimpse of life in the Supreme Court—along with a fast-paced and intriguing mystery.


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By Stan Gordon

In 1935, a series of bizarre and heinous crimes gripped the American Southwest in fear. From New Mexico to the far reaches of the San Carlos Apache Indian Reservation, a string of kidnappings, robberies, and violence has targeted Catholic missionaries and more. In a bold effort to stop the nightmare, the chief of tribal police is paired with an undercover FBI agent. They start at a missionary boarding school, but with each new question, increasingly alarming answers expand the scope of their investigation further than either ever imagined. Now, an Apache family must battle a massive international conspiracy involving the Catholic Church, the Vatican, and the United States government.

Victims and families become allies. The superintendent of Indian Affairs and the clergy become enemies. Deeply steeped in the culture and mystique of the ndee—the Apache people—the secrets that wait in the shadows will inspire these experienced agents to do whatever it takes to solve this case—at any cost.

As new information surfaces, the only fact to trust is no one can be trusted.


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By Doug McFarland

Chief Justice M. J. Johns feels confident in his command of people, events, and life inside the Supreme Court of the United States—that is, until an unknown shooter kills the police officer protecting the door to his private chambers.

The demands of the Chief Justice are met quickly, and he demands that Henry Baldwin, Marshal of the Court, find the shooter and fast. Baldwin, formerly the toughest homicide cop in Washington, D.C., deserves the reputation he earned as the Bulldog, but he’ll need all his skills and determination again. Tension grows between the two powerful and willful men as Baldwin, forced to work around the ongoing public business of the Supreme Court, finds few clues. Still, he pursues answers through the majestic public rooms and intimate private cubbyholes of the Court. The Bulldog will not be stopped.

This novel, told from the perspective of a Supreme Court insider, offers an intimate and accurate glimpse of life in the Supreme Court—along with a fast-paced and intriguing mystery.


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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 Stan Gordon

In 1935, a series of bizarre and heinous crimes gripped the American Southwest in fear. From New Mexico to the far reaches of the San Carlos Apache Indian Reservation, a string of kidnappings, robberies, and violence has targeted Catholic missionaries and more. In a bold effort to stop the nightmare, the chief of tribal police is paired with an undercover FBI agent. They start at a missionary boarding school, but with each new question, increasingly alarming answers expand the scope of their investigation further than either ever imagined. Now, an Apache family must battle a massive international conspiracy involving the Catholic Church, the Vatican, and the United States government.

Victims and families become allies. The superintendent of Indian Affairs and the clergy become enemies. Deeply steeped in the culture and mystique of the ndee—the Apache people—the secrets that wait in the shadows will inspire these experienced agents to do whatever it takes to solve this case—at any cost.

As new information surfaces, the only fact to trust is no one can be trusted.


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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 Danny Rittman
Love is blind.
It isn’t something you find—it finds you,
even in the most unlikely of places.

Two souls, searching for humanity and hope amid the unspeakable horrors of war and the devastating authority of hatred, find themselves cast together in the Sachsenhausen work camp during the Second World War and the murderous Holocaust that came swiftly with it. One is in the Nazi labor camp by force, the other by one choice or another.

Ingrid Hoffman, a gifted ballerina from Hamburg, and Axel Engel, a promising man fresh from school in Munich, experience an immediate and spontaneous pull to one another. Their budding love, as forbidden as it is blessed, becomes the precious center of their lives. But as essential as it is to their emotional survival in the camps, its very presence puts them at mortal risk amid the camp’s vast and pitiless machinery of death.

Discovery will surely mean death for them both.

Together, Ingrid and Axel find ways to help each other get through the day and stand up against the atrocities of Sachsenhausen as two people can. The strength they draw from their relationship is the only way they can protect any measure of humanity the Third Reich seeks to destroy. Paradoxically, the greatest danger to the star-crossed couple comes when Russian troops liberate their lives of abhorrence in the spring of 1945. The price of their freedom is rough justice. Can the lovers survive this one final challenge to their happiness?


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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 Danny Rittman
Love is blind.
It isn’t something you find—it finds you,
even in the most unlikely of places.

Two souls, searching for humanity and hope amid the unspeakable horrors of war and the devastating authority of hatred, find themselves cast together in the Sachsenhausen work camp during the Second World War and the murderous Holocaust that came swiftly with it. One is in the Nazi labor camp by force, the other by one choice or another.

Ingrid Hoffman, a gifted ballerina from Hamburg, and Axel Engel, a promising man fresh from school in Munich, experience an immediate and spontaneous pull to one another. Their budding love, as forbidden as it is blessed, becomes the precious center of their lives. But as essential as it is to their emotional survival in the camps, its very presence puts them at mortal risk amid the camp’s vast and pitiless machinery of death.

Discovery will surely mean death for them both.

Together, Ingrid and Axel find ways to help each other get through the day and stand up against the atrocities of Sachsenhausen as two people can. The strength they draw from their relationship is the only way they can protect any measure of humanity the Third Reich seeks to destroy. Paradoxically, the greatest danger to the star-crossed couple comes when Russian troops liberate their lives of abhorrence in the spring of 1945. The price of their freedom is rough justice. Can the lovers survive this one final challenge to their happiness?


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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 Danny Rittman
Love is blind.
It isn’t something you find—it finds you,
even in the most unlikely of places.

Two souls, searching for humanity and hope amid the unspeakable horrors of war and the devastating authority of hatred, find themselves cast together in the Sachsenhausen work camp during the Second World War and the murderous Holocaust that came swiftly with it. One is in the Nazi labor camp by force, the other by one choice or another.

Ingrid Hoffman, a gifted ballerina from Hamburg, and Axel Engel, a promising man fresh from school in Munich, experience an immediate and spontaneous pull to one another. Their budding love, as forbidden as it is blessed, becomes the precious center of their lives. But as essential as it is to their emotional survival in the camps, its very presence puts them at mortal risk amid the camp’s vast and pitiless machinery of death.

Discovery will surely mean death for them both.

Together, Ingrid and Axel find ways to help each other get through the day and stand up against the atrocities of Sachsenhausen as two people can. The strength they draw from their relationship is the only way they can protect any measure of humanity the Third Reich seeks to destroy. Paradoxically, the greatest danger to the star-crossed couple comes when Russian troops liberate their lives of abhorrence in the spring of 1945. The price of their freedom is rough justice. Can the lovers survive this one final challenge to their happiness?


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By Ernest Duval Jr.
As the speaker of the House of Representatives, Joseph Adam is used to being in control. From his position he makes things happen, crushes his enemies—both political and personal—and enjoys all the many trappings of power. Life is good, because he has the authority to make it so.

When he first starts hearing reports of chaos and panic in the nation’s cities, he assumes that this too can be controlled and confined. Soon, no one will be in control, and he has no way to change that. The world, as he knows it, no longer exists.

The world is now under attack from a zombie virus.

Caught in the middle of the unthinkable, Joseph struggles to make sense of the new reality. He’s torn apart by anguish as one by one, his friends, family, neighbors, and peers fall victim to the virus. No one is safe, not even the elite and the powerful. As if that stress weren’t enough, he’s just been informed that he is the highest-ranking elected official in the land.

As the new—and potentially last—president of the United States, Joseph and his best friend, Jason Wright, must now do what needs to be done to save humanity.

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