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Murder on Autarch 1
Andrea De Magistris & Michele Perni
The Italian Best-Seller novel in its English translation!

2233. A dying planet. A brutal off-worl...
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Dark Secrets
Rebecca and Victoria Heap
He doesn’t fall in love.
He has to resist.
When things turn dangerous, all he wants is to protec...
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Porchball
Michael Bronte
It was the Counterculture vs. the Establishment, and possibly the most memorable year in our history...
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Best Kept Secret
Elsa Joseph
Natasha Dawson is a lucky woman. Her career as a fashion photographer has taken off magnificently. A...
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The Brothers
Michael Bronte
It was their thirtieth reunion at John Adams College and the brothers of Zeta Chi had come in from a...
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Discovery of the Five Senses
K.N. Smith
A suspenseful incident in a forbidden preserve heightens the senses of five friends. Sight, sound, t...
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Dark Betrayal
Rebecca and Victoria Heap
Brenna yearns to follow her brother to the States.
Suddenly her dreams seem within her reach.
Bu...
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When the Wood Is Dry: An Edgy Catholic Thrill...
Joseph Cillo Jr.
"...a chilling, unpredictable, fascinating story..."

A crime thriller, with a strong, female lead...
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The Case of the Missing Bubble Gum Card: A Ja...
R Weir
#1 AMAZON BESTSELLER
Jarvis Mann is a private detective, whose business thrived on the mundane
Pay...
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Watch Over My Tears - A “Bruno—The Rookie Yea...
David Six
You know wisecracking, dysfunctional detectives Frank Bruno and Rita “Sally” Salvanian from the “Bru...
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Perfect Heist
Elsa Joseph
Serena Kruger is fresh out of college and raring to make it in the world of art curation. But her li...
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Racing From Evil
Sasscer Hill
Only thirteen and a runaway, orphaned Nikki flees from her stepfather through the icy
streets of...
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Dark Project
Glenn McGoldrick
"So they hadn’t found the body. Which meant it was still at the bottom of the Tees. Or maybe washed...
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