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Secrets of Sand Mountain – Philip C. Elrod

A BRUTAL FATHER, A LOST LOVE, AND A DEADLY ENCOUNTER…. The summer of 1944 – a sleepy little town in Southern Appalachia: on the surface, life seems simple and uncomplicated – but, people are not what they seem. Secrets and a dark heritage lurk just beneath the surface and suddenly erupt in danger, death, and destruction. Some characters, when challenged with life altering situations, rise to the occasion heroically – others, sink into the dark abysses of depravity. Many lives will never be the same ...



Capable of Murder – Brian Kavanagh

Book One in Australian amateur sleuth Belinda Lawrence mystery series. The old lady’s body lay at the foot of the stairs. The police believe it was simply an accidental fall that killed great-aunt Jane. But was it? Young Australian, Belinda Lawrence, is convinced it was murder, and when she inherits her great-aunt’s ancient cottage and garden on the outskirts of Bath, England, she finds herself deep in a taut mystery surrounding her legacy. A secret room. Unknown intruders. A hidden ancient document. They all contribute ...



Power in the Blood – Michael Lister

Was it murder, accident, or suicide? A baffling case. A brilliant detective. An introduction to an insightful, sympathetic, spiritual, and utterly unique investigator. John Jordan is a cop in a clerical collar haunted by his past—a man of mercy who also thirsts for justice.

Getting Away With It – Maggy Mae

Darcy Logan is the prim and perfect wife of devilishly handsome millionaire bad boy, Tom Logan. For as long as she can remember, she has loved only one man… Tom. When she discovers his cheating ways, she goes off the deep end and sets out on a mission to teach Tom the lesson of his life. Will she get away with it?

Thirteen Years of Dust – Jeffrey M. Thompson Jr.

Duke is an egotistical, sarcastic and obsessive, ex-FBI special detective who got canned from the bureau for botching a decade long investigation because he was blind drunk. It’s a secret he has vowed to take to the grave and only his ex-partner knows what really happened that night in Bay Springs, Mississippi. Now after a stint in rehab and losing everything, he is sober, a vegetarian and heavily into chanting and meditation. Although he still battles with his many addictions, he allows for one. His ...



The Devil’s Hook – Emory Crawford Mysteries Series Book #2 – Pearl R. Meaker

Life is getting strange in Twombly, Illinois. Jairus Twombly’s familial intuition is faltering and his new personal assistant seems to be trying to replace his wife, Amy. On the Twombly College campus, someone is breaking into the dorm rooms of female students, leaving things instead of taking things: red colored objects including a red golf ball, a red ribbon and a tiny red stuffed dog. When a recipient of some of the red objects goes missing and is returned after being told, “You’re not her,” ...

Scraps of Paper – Kathryn Meyer Griffith

Abigail Sutton’s beloved husband walks out one night, doesn’t return, and two years later is found dead, a victim of an earlier crime. It’s made her sympathetic to the missing and their families. Starting her new life, Abigail moves to a small town and buys a fixer-upper house left empty when old Edna Summers died. Once it was also home to Edna’s younger sister, Emily, and her two children, Jenny and Christopher, who, people believe, drove away one night, thirty years ago, and just never ...

The Devil’s Music – Emory Crawford Mysteries Series Book #1 – Pearl R. Meaker

Bestselling author, ethnomusicologist and conference keynote speaker Dr. Archibald Finlay Dawson is found strangled on the campus of Twombly College. Who at the anthropology conference hated Archie enough to kill him? And why do references to the Devil keep cropping up? Emory Crawford, wife of Twombly College chemistry and forensic science professor Dr. Jebbin Crawford, is drawn into the case when she and Jebbin discover Archie’s body strangled with the strings from his own fiddle. Inspired by her mantra of “What Would Jane Marple Do?” ...