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A Suspicious Affair
First time in ebook! After the cold-blooded murder of her odious husband, Marisol Pendenning, a lovely but pregnant young widow, and Lord Kimbrough, the handsome aristocrat who had been the last to see the victim alive, are drawn into the search for a killer.
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Lost City of the Condor
Arla Vaughn: Pre-Columbian Treasure Series -- the Inca. While traveling on a local bus in Chinchero, Peru, Arla is approached by a mysterious female peddler who shows her a small, silver warrior. The statue is identical to those found only in rare Inca tombs located high in the Andes. Arla suspects this is a genuine artifact, perhaps stolen from the same Capacocha burial site her co-worker, Lance Hayden, is seeking. When the woman tells her she has many more items for sale, Arla follows her t... more info>>
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Honey in the Flesh
What happens when Miss California from the Miss Twentieth Century Pageant is found dead in Long Beach harbor? You get someone who is as sexy, beautiful, and as smart as Honey West to investigate the mysterious murder. But the tricky part for Honey is what to do when the real Miss California shows up for the Pageant. The Honey West character was created by Gloria and Forrest E. "Skip" Fickling under the pseudonym "G.G. Fickling" in the late 1950s. The G.G. represented the initials of his wife, Gl... more info>>
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Bread of Deceit
Two high school-age brothers appear inseparable outwardly, with Jack always looking out for his younger sibling, Lou. This is a difficult time in life for both, and one small crisis will test the foundation upon which their mutual trust is positioned, ostensibly determining whether it be laid upon bedrock - or sand. A work of short crime from our Fingerprints line.
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A Death of Leisure
Calvin Kahanamoku is a college football star on a scholarship, young and good looking. So when aging but still lovely--and rich--Helen Palmgren offers him bed and board for Spring Break, he can't resist. Their idyll ends when he discovers her dead in her boudoir and finds himself the most likely suspect. Calvin calls on P.I. Gin Ritchy to find the real killer and clear his name. When Gin starts digging into Helen's past, she finds too many well kept secrets, including a murder that no one but H... more info>>
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Thousand Dollar Pharaoh
Sacrificing her heart?for her country She never thought she would have to sacrifice this much for her country? In 1945, a beautiful undercover secret service agent has a dangerous assignment. United States thousand dollar bills are turning up all over the globe. Bodyguarding the widowed former First Lady, Eleanor Roosevelt, Chloe must tread lightly and include her in what the first lady views as a thrilling cozy mystery. Can she protect Mrs. Roosevelt, unmask the counterfeiting ringleader and th... more info>>
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Value for the Money
It was supposed to be a lucrative job posing as a rich man's girlfriend, but that was before someone ended up dead. Now the police are leaning on call girl Diana Andrews and making her do their job for them. From Cape May to darkest Morris County, New Jersey, she must investigate old money and murder, and hope she isn't the next victim. A short story from our Fingerprints mystery and crime line.
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Half and Half
It's Friday night at the local roadside diner when Roy stops in to fuel up for a night of gambling. He's got a bankroll, and the knockout at the bar just let him buy her a drink. It's boom or bust and the night is just getting started. Is Roy a high roller, or is someone else about to show him up? A short work of crime from our Fingerprints line.
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The Texture of Winter
Winter has textures. Soft and sharp. Rough and smooth. For one woman, winter has always embodied a feminine persona. Now, seeking an embrace as ultimately forgiving as that of a mother's love, she wanders a bleak path leading to an end that is at once brutal as it is loving. A work of experimental fiction from our short story line The Lab.
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Checkout Time
Jasper, a semi-retired senior citizen, is the night-shift desk clerk at a sleazy "no-tell" hotel. In debt to local mobster Nick Picante due to his gambling problem, Jasper is forced to participate in one last job with Picante's enforcer, Trask, in order to wipe the slate clean. A work of short crime from our Fingerprints line.
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Apartment Building E
Jack Bronson desperately needs a job. In fact, there isn't much he'd say no to if it meant a paycheck to keep a roof over his family's head. When an opportunity arises to become the maintenance worker at an apartment complex, Jack jumps at the chance. During his interview, however, he can't help but wonder if there's something wrong. His new boss offers him the job in under five minutes, there's an enormous willow tree that seems to have taken over one building and there's a maintenance shed fi... more info>>
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Daughter of the White Vulture
Back in England after the Great War, Archie Douglas meets a young lady whose beauty takes his breath away. But Cicily Broadbent, student of Egyptology, has sworn never to marry. She believes that Nekhbet the White Vulture, virgin mother goddess of ancient Egypt, can grant women children without man's touch. Determined to win her hand, Archie awaits the day when she grows out of this experiment with paganism. But when Cicily succeeds in re-awakening the goddess, Archie has more to worry about tha... more info>>
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The Kidnapping of Olivia Hammond
With Blood trickling down her face and chained to a basement wall, Olivia Hammond tries to figure out why she was kidnapped. It couldn't be for ransom because she has no money or rich family. Revenge is not a motive either because she is at peace with everyone and always tried to be a good neighbor. Her only hope is that her brother will discover the truth, but with no food or water, will he find her in time?
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Sequestered
Storing carbon dioxide underground as a means of removing a greenhouse gas responsible for global warming has made James Matternicht a fabulously wealthy man. For 15 years, the Carbon Capture and Sequestration Facility at Rushing River in Oregon's hinterland has been operating without a problem -- or so it seems. Annaliese Winton is a reporter, and when mysterious documents arrive on her desk that purport to show the Facility is leaking, she investigates. Together with a government geologist, M... more info>>
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Strip For Murder
When a Hollywood flesh peddler suddenly decides to close up shop because he doesn't like all those pretty, mostly naked girls around, you've got to guess there's something wrong somewhere. When the girls start dying off, you know there is ? Dolores Hitchens was the author of such books as BEAT BACK THE TIDE and SLEEP WITH STRANGERS; and with her former husband, a railroad man, she had authored such books as F.O.B. MURDER. Mrs. Hitchens was one of those woman writers who could write in a powerfu... more info>>
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The Secret Room of Edit House
The discovery of a secret room sealed off for decades from the rest of the Foxglove Corners Public Library draws Jennet Ferguson into a haunting new mystery.
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The Limping Dog
Gavin Cutter, an artist living in an isolated village on the New England coast, witnesses the crash of a sailing ship onto a reef. The first aboard the wreck, he rescues a dog, the only living creature on the vessel. Ron Myers, wealthy owner of a growing computer firm, and the ship's crew have disappeared without a trace. When insurance investigator TJ Flood questions Cutter and others, he learns a sheriff's deputy denies knowledge of a woman who also witnessed the incident. Myers is alleged to ... more info>>
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No Mortal Reason
Diana Spaulding, intrepid crime reporter, and her fiancÚ, physician Ben Northcote, stop in rural Lenape Springs, New York to meet Diana's hitherto unknown relatives. Putting an end to the family feud between Diana's mother and her uncles is the least of their problems. Confidence games, schemes to attract tourists to the area, and murder all conspire to complicate Diana's life. Third of the Diana Spaulding Mysteries. Historical Mystery by Kathy Lynn Emerson; originally published by Pemberley Pre... more info>>
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Duke
He ran a Harlem Brothel and age 15. Girls, to Duke, meant cash before pleasure. In his vice-ridden world they rated lower than liquor or marijuana. He ran his gang of teenage hoodlums with fists, feet and a gun. His operations included rape, murder, pimping and smuggling dope. He made his own law. And his code was the savage code of the slum-jungle that was the only home he knew. This novel is shocking--and true. It is the day-to-day story of the life of a teen age Harlem gang boss. It is grim a... more info>>
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Ten A Week Steale
Written by Stephen Jared Returned from the Great War, living in 1920s Hollywood, Walter Steale is hired as muscle by his politician brother while a platinum blond, renowned for playing empty-headed nymphets in the flickers, rekindles his faith in the world. But before long, lies stack up around his work, and Steale finds himself on the front lines of corruption. Once he confronts his brother, Steale's dirty work is used against him to protect powerful state leaders. Forced into the life of a f... more info>>
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In The Name Of Joanna
FUELLED BY OBSESSION AND GREED, 'IN THE NAME OF JOANNA' IS A MYSTERY AND A COMPELLING STORY OF LOVE, FRIENDSHIP, LOYALTY Samantha was happy enough with her life in Dublin. Now working in the manor house of Glendora - where a woman named Joanna died a year before - she finds herself torn between her romantic feelings for a man who people around her seem to believe is a murderer and her loyalties to those who have befriended her. As she struggles to break the enigma that is Damon Bartholomew,... more info>>
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Grimm Tales
GRIMM TALES is a collection of stories by some of the top names in online crime fiction, all based on classic fairy tales. As novelist Ken Bruen writes in his introduction, "Ever imagined what would have come down the dark pike if The Brothers Grimm were more Brothers Coen and wrote mystery?" The collection is edited by John Kenyon, editor of Grift magazine, and contains 17 stories by Patricia Abbott, Absolutely*Kate, Jack Bates, Eric Beetner, Nigel Bird, Loren Eaton, Kaye George, Blu Gilliand, ... more info>>
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Confidence Tricks
Private investigator Benson Keirstad agrees to check out Cybil, Mrs. Drummond's long-lost daughter. Tailing the young woman through Anaheim's Downtown Disney district, he discovers an unsavory confidence scheme. When Keirstad finally realizes that his confidence, too, has been betrayed, he fears it's too late for some of those involved. A short story from our Fingerprints mystery/crime line.
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The Morning After
When Jen and Rahul are tardy joining their friends for a weekend getaway in the woods, they're shocked to find the cabin deserted except for Arjun, who has been stabbed. Rescue efforts lead to drama, heartbreak, and unexpected revelations in this short mystery from our Fingerprints line.
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Holes in Parallel Dimensions (The Illogical Detective, Book #1)
The years are 1914-1918 and World War I is underway. Britain's greatest detective, Albert Holes, and his companion Dr. Roger Aston discover the parallel dimension Fairyland, and that the dimension is interactive. The British Government's stationary is stolen. The Foreign Secretary, a spy with an interest in genital photography, commits suicide. The Home Secretary, a descendant of Simple Simon, engages Holes and Aston to find out who is manipulating Europe to go to war. At the same time, Old Ki... more info>>
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