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Some People Deserve To Die – Colin Knight

On April 20, 2017, Ledell Lee, an African-American man in Arkansas, was executed for the 1993 murder of his neighbor, Debra Reesed despite maintaining his innocence until the last moment. On Tuesday, August 22, 2017, at 6 pm Marcellus Williams should, according to the law, have drawn his last breath as a cocktail of lethal chemicals entered his body and terminated his life. Sentenced to death for the 1988 murder of Ms. Lisha Gayle during a robbery at her home, Missouri State Governor, Eric Geitens, ...    Read More >

Mercy Come Dawn (Temperance Unbound, #1) – Ephraim Gil

“Good people do bad things. Bad people do good things…” Amara Lake can’t tell the difference anymore. The law means nothing to her anymore. But her father is the law. At least, in their small-town of Temperance, Oklahoma. Named after one of the seven virtues, temperance is hardly what you’d find there. Amara, a former soldier and subsequent black market gunrunner, returns in time for crime to thrive in her hometown. With the government crumbling and new laws leaving rural towns without ample protection, no ...    Read More >

The Territory of Lies – Ciana Stone

Falling in love is supposed to be the most wonderful time of your life. That’s not how it is working for psychiatrist Sydney Forrest. She finds herself smack in the middle of a conspiracy surrounding a terrorist attack. The FBI are confiscating her patient files, she’s under surveillance, and there’s someone out there who wants to do more than ruin her career. She’s walking in the territory of lies and unsure what is waiting around the next turn. Falling in love is taking a back ...    Read More >

Daisy Scarlett – Ben Trebilcook

A woman is pulled from the boot of a car on a Spanish clifftop. She’s lost teeth and is a bloody mess. Masked gunmen are hell-bent on killing her. Miraculously surviving a shoot-out and a breakneck car chase, resulting in many deaths, the woman is revealed to be British Secret Intelligence Officer Daisy Scarlett. Daisy knows her guns as she does her fine wines. In fact, she loves a drink, which is mainly due to her strained relationship with her alcoholic father, her boss – ...    Read More >



A Legacy of Spies – John le Carré

The undisputed master returns with a riveting new book—his first Smiley novel in more than twenty-five years. Peter Guillam, staunch colleague and disciple of George Smiley of the British Secret Service, otherwise known as the Circus, is living out his old age on the family farmstead on the south coast of Brittany when a letter from his old Service summons him to London. The reason? His Cold War past has come back to claim him. Intelligence operations that were once the toast of secret London, ...    Read More >

Ring Fenced – Zach Abrams

Sex. Money. Power. Control. Benjamin truly has it all. He is Bennie, a loving husband and father; Benjie, a beloved son. He climbs the ladder as a successful corporate banker known as Ben, and rakes in money as a best-selling author. And when he wishes to escape it all, Benjamin styles himself as Jamie — the lover of a beautiful musician. His life, in a word, is perfect. But after years of managing to keep his separate personae a secret, cracks begin to appear in ...    Read More >

Chasing The Wind – Norma Beishir

Around the globe, extraordinarily gifted children are abducted. In the Sinai, archaeologist Lynne Raven searches for proof of the Exodus and finds a papyrus that proclaims the emergence of a prophet sent to defeat the darkness that threatens to consume the world. Meanwhile in London, a powerful cartel manipulates politicians and controls a think tank with an unthinkable agenda. One thing connects them all: the truth about Connor Mackenzie.    Read More >



Seeing Red – Sandra Brown

#1 New York Times bestselling author Sandra Brown delivers nonstop suspense and supercharged sexual tension in a thriller about tainted heroism and vengeance without mercy.  Kerra Bailey is a TV journalist hot on the trail of a story guaranteed to skyrocket her career to new heights. Twenty-five years ago, Major Franklin Trapper became a national icon when he was photographed leading a handful of survivors to safety after the bombing of a Dallas hotel. For years, he gave frequent speeches and interviews but then suddenly dropped out ...    Read More >