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A Specter of Justice by Mark de Castrique
When private detective Sam Blackman agrees to help his partner and lover, Nakayla Robertson, conduct a fundraiser for orphaned twin boys, he does so to ease his conscience.
Unrivaled by Radclyffe
Zoey Cohen spent a lifetime learning to hide disappointment and loss behind a mask of unshakeable calm and control, even when her longtime friend-with-benefits lover moves on for true love. Declan Black returns to Philadelphia Medical Center after an accident costs her the life she’d built and her career.
Toran’s Enchantress by Stella Knight
Traveling to the ancient past to uncover an ancient mystery, she forms a passionate bond with a highlander . . . Kensa has long accepted that love has passed her by. No longer a magical matchmaker, she’s decided to devote her time to solving the mystery of the abandonment of Tairseach, the magical time travel portal that has catapulted scores of travelers to the past.
The Secret Talker by Geling Yan
A NEW YORK TIMES “GLOBETROTTING” PICK! THE MILLIONS MOST ANTICIPATED A woman reclaims her own story in this taut and wholly original tale from one of China’s literary superstars. Hongmei is the perfect Chinese wife: beautiful, diligent, passive. Glen is the perfect American husband: intelligent, caring, well-off.
The Harmony of Love by Kimberly Rae Jordan
To those around her, her life plays like a simple melody. But she hears the whole song, complete with the harsh sounds of discordant notes. Along with everything else she does at the family’s lodge, Leah McNamara also finds the time to write music, using it as an outlet for the things she’s experiencing in her life.
The Grace’s War by R.A. Fisher
Syrina has spent the last three years trying to drown her grief. The events in Eheene changed both her and the planet of Eris forever, but the world has not been idle. The Grace of Fom’s war for independence rages on, but with a secret stolen from Syrina’s friends, she is now gaining the advantage, even as the Archbishop’s schemes could end in disaster for all.
The Girl in the White House by Nick Harlow
Red Dawn meets Die Hard. When the White House is taken over by terrorists, the country’s policy of not negotiating with them is put to the test. Especially since the President’s seventeen-year-old daughter is one of the hostages the terrorists are threatening to kill while the world watches. But Sydney Donovan isn’t a typical young adult. She and a group of teens she was leading on a White House bunker tour gain control of the underground facility. Now the girl code named “Spitfire” is the country’s last hope.
The Darkest Flower by Kristin Wright
You’ll never believe the terrible things being said about the perfect president of the PTA. Attempted murder? Inexplicable accident? Either way, a PTA mom struggled for her life in an elementary school cafeteria, poisoned by a wolfsbane-laced smoothie at the fifth-grade graduation party. Now all eyes are on the accused, the victim, and a woman hired to look deeper.
The Dark Hour by K.J. Young
“Deliciously creepy!”—Barbara Taylor Sissel, bestselling author of The Truth We Bury Mark Norman can’t catch a break—until he’s hired as a live-in home health aide for two elderly siblings who live at Alden Manor, a run-down mansion mired in the past.
The Classroom by A.L. Bird
Don’t miss the chilling new psychological thriller from A.L. Bird, author of The Good Mother and Don’t Say a Word, perfect for fans of C L Taylor, Sherryl Brown and Lisa Hall. Letting go of your daughter for the first time isn’t easy…
Silver Infernos by Alexandra A. Black
The only adventure Nevinda had ever known was surviving the everyday struggles the world had to offer. She’d always dreamt of more. Of a world beyond her imagination.
Shadows in the Water by Kory M. Shrum
“Startling character turns (including a double cross or two)…psychological damage, and sufficient material to ignite a series.” –Kirkus Reviews Louie Thorne was born with a dangerous gift and a reason to fear the darkness. But when her parents are murdered by the mafia, embracing her power is the only way to exact her revenge. She will destroy the men who destroyed her family–no matter the cost.
Sanguine and Stygian by Sara Sellers
A Heart of Blood and Ashes meets The Witcher in this fantasy romance debut. In a world where mercenary clans hold all the power and children are cursed from birth by blood magic, Kara McKenna is one of the unlucky ones. Marked by a curse that awakens if she’s responsible for someone’s death, she’s spent her entire life as an outcast.
Rooted in Deceit by Wendy Tyson
It’s summertime in Winsome. Washington Acres is abloom, Megan is preparing for the grand opening of their wood-fired pizza farm, and things with Megan’s beau, handsome Dr. Finn, are getting as hot as the August temperatures. But when Megan’s ne’er-do-well father arrives in Pennsylvania with his high-maintenance Italian wife, Sylvia, and announces they’re staying at the new yoga retreat center a town away, a sweet occasion sours.
Ripple of Doubt by Jenifer Ruff
A young woman mysteriously drowns in Lake Lucinda. She’s not the first to die there and she might not be the last. FBI Agent Victoria Heslin visits her family’s secluded lake house to recuperate from a plane crash. But her peaceful recovery time turns into a murder investigation when she discovers the body of an unidentified young woman in the lake.
Neverland Evermore by Sarah J Pepper
Neverland has a way of breaking people. It corrupts souls. It destroys hope. The evil festering inside it brings out the darkness in our hearts and leaves us worse than dead. No good has ever come from it. Ever. It is where I was born. Therefore, darkness is all I know. Corruption is in my bones. So when I see him, I mean to win his heart and then break him. I mean to lure him to my arms and then destroy him.
No Darker Fate by Corwin John
X-Files meets the X-Men Since the murder of his parents, Lucas Fowler has been avoiding death more than living life. But when a mind-controlling rogue forces him to kill people, an underground society wants him dead, and the police want him behind bars, Lucas has no choice but to plunge into a deadly world he never knew existed. Lucas discovers that he’s a Scion.
In the Spotlight by Lesley Davis
Landing the lead role in a movie is exactly the break TV actress Cole Calder needs. Her rise to fame has made her the target of an obsessive group of fans who ship Cole with her straight, married costar, turning what used to be her dream job into a nightmare. Thankful for the opportunity to start something new, Cole is more than ready to leave the show, and its troublesome fans, behind.
Hidden Dreams by Shelley Thrasher
Guided by a vision of her recently deceased mother, Dallas socialite Barbara Allan travels through Cambodia searching for clues about her mother’s enigmatic past. After a busy two-week adventure tour, Barbara intends to rest on a tropical island off the southern coast, but instead contracts a deadly virus that’s swept the country.
Give In to Me by Elle Spencer
Whitney Ainsworth has had a very tough year. First up was the very public divorce from an A-list actress, and then the third book in her popular suspense series bombed. She’s got a chronic case of writer’s block and feels like a fraud getting paid to give speeches about achieving success.
Gun by Lee Hayton
Seven customers shot dead in a coffee shop. Thirty shoppers cut down by an assault rifle at the mall. One hundred and eight pupils killed by high-school students on a rampage. It’s just reached 10:00 a.m. on a beautiful spring day. When a neurological virus triggers an epidemic of gun violence, a modern US city fractures into chaos.
Flight or Fight by Scott Bartlett
He could keep his dreams or his humanity, but not both. Carl Intoever works for SafeTalk, a firm that destroys anyone who embarrasses its corporate customers. He does this because he hates his life, and like almost everyone else living in Dodge, he wants desperately to escape it. People in Dodge don’t save for retirement—they save for a one-way plane ticket to the western continent called the New World.
First Contact by Randy Dyess
Aliens, Corrupt Government, Indifferent Corporations, Backwater Planets, Unlikely Heroes 2/17/2017: New proofread finished and new draft uploaded to correct errors. In the distant future, humans have colonized hundreds of planets and thousands of moons and asteroids. We travel between planets in large numbers and have made advances in all aspects of human achievement. As with the present, the future with all its advancements is not exactly Utopia.
Deadly Dilemma by Dan Stratman
As the top ICBM crew commander in the Air Force, Capt. Cyndi Stafford has the most lethal job on earth. She goes to work every day carrying the fate of the world on her shoulders. Stafford and her deputy, boyfriend Lance Garcia, are isolated and alone, buried sixty feet under the frozen Wyoming prairie in a nuclear missile launch control center. Then the unthinkable happens.
Cowgirl by Nance Sparks
Aren Jacobs trusts no one. Reeling from a devastating altercation with her foster family that left her scarred inside and out, she’s suddenly unemployed and all too happy to isolate herself from the world. But when a severe storm threatens her small community, Aren goes out to help and ends up saving Carol Matthews’s life.
Deadlock by Graham Ison
A serial killer is at large. One item ties the victims together: in each case, their bra has been removed. Can DCI Harry Brock and DS Dave Pool crack a disturbing case?
99 Ways to Die by Ed Lin
In Taipei, Taiwan, the kidnapping of a Mainlander billionaire throws national media into a tizzy—not least because of the famous victim’s vitriolic anti-immigration politics. Jing-nan has known Peggy Lee, a bullying frenemy who runs her family’s huge corporation, since high school. Peggy’s father has been kidnapped, and the ransom the kidnappers are demanding is not money but IP: a high-tech memory chip that they want to sell in China.
Bitter Past by Caroline Fardig
From USA Today bestselling author Caroline Fardig comes a gripping new forensic mystery series. Three years ago, criminalist Ellie Matthews was blindsided when a grisly homicide case suddenly became personal. She abandoned the danger and stress of crime scene investigation for a professorship at a posh private college and never looked back. Now, Ellie’s pleasant world is shattered when she finds the dead body of a female student.
Beast Hunters by Dave Austin
James’ day has finally come: to slay the Reapers’ beasts, climb up the rankings, and conquer women and glory. After spending three years in the Hunters Academy, he’s finally ready to join his fellow brothers in arms and to prove that his father’s suspicions about corruption within this organization were true, once and for all.
Bet the Farm by Fiona Riley
Lauren Calloway can’t get a date, her newly lovestruck bestie is never around, and she just blew a major deal at her luxury real estate job. So, a one-night stand with an attractive stranger seems like the perfect distraction and the immediate gratification she’s lusting for.