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So, Let Me Get This Straight by Richard H. Kirshen

So, Let Me Get This Straight

Richard H. Kirshen

Picture two individuals that have never been exposed to the belief systems of Americans, when it comes to religion, the environment, or our education system. How would they perceive our incredibly ridiculous and unfounded thought processes? Instead of using individuals that grew up on a deserted island or a cave, having had no contact with humanity, the story unfolds following two humanoid aliens who arrived for a visit. They are witty, politically incorrect, and possess certain powers that are intermittently released throughout the narrative. Add to this a backdrop of visiting and critiquing various cities throughout the USA, and a modicum of sexual contact between the visitors and their escorts. The book makes for a fun and fact filled journey into the minds of Americans and how many of our thought processes have nothing to do with fact, reality or the betterment of our society.

Siren Hunter by George Dismukes

"Siren Hunter"

by George Dismukes

Angie Holland thought she was through with Belize forever. But a TV news report about the mysterious disappearance of several scuba divers at the Great Blue Hole sent chills up her spine. As much as the tried to reject the idea, in her heart, she knew the job was not finished. She thought the siren was dead! She had followed the formula precisely to make sure that Maris had been dispatched. Every instruction, including use of the obsidian dagger, had been followed to the letter. Now, it seemed like a recurring bad dream, the bitch was back!

Or was she? There is no way that Maris could have survived. Several people, including Angie had seen her dissolve into a pile of ashes. Could this new havoc be brought on by her equally evil sister? There was only one way to find out, and only one person to do it. Angie picked up the phone and made reservations for the quickest flight to Belize.

Jack Slade: Take Down by Richard Dawes

"Take Down"

Jack Slade #11

Richard Dawes

After a car accident, Jack Slade stays with a farming family in a small rural town. He helps the son and two daughters solve their problems. A criminal organization has made the town its headquarters, and Slade is asked to look into the situation. The result is an action packed tale where Slade decimates an army of gunmen, eliminates their leadership, then discovers the person behind it all is someone he never suspected.

Back Stabber by J. H. Wear

"Back Stabber"

J. H. Wear

Bloody Murder.

The pain in his back was excruciating from multiple stab wounds. He recovered enough strength to crawl over his smashed cellphone, trying to reach his desk where there was a landline phone. He heard footsteps, and a familiar voice. His cries for help resulted in another attack, this time fatal.

Detectives Moss Stone and Anya Roberts come across the body showing multiple stabbing in his back and his throat slit. The autopsy showed two different knives were used, making the detectives believe there were two suspects involved in the killing.

The attack indicated the murder was personal, which presented several viable suspects. The victim was cheating on his wife, blackmailing a woman and swindling a former convict.

The victim’s wife, the blackmailed woman, the former convict and the husband of one of the women the victim had an affair with, all knew each other. A few weeks earlier they were at the same party hosted by the victim.

The suspects all had great alibis. But one, or more, of the suspects were lying. When the detectives discovered nude photos on the victim’s computer, clues of who really wanted him dead began to be revealed.

Bloodlines of Atmos: The Story of Jace, book 3: Sanctuary by J. P. Edgar

"The Story of Jace: Redemption"

Bloodlines of Atmos #3

J. P. Edgar

From the pinnacle to the pit, Jace digs deep to bring himself out from the trenches of self-loathing. With the help of an unexpected friend, he seeks to rebuild his roots and find purpose in his life, and his past holds the answers.

But his absence from the war wouldn’t last long. The Order and the Evolved seek him out. And no matter how hard he tries to leave the conflict behind him, Jace gets thrown into battle from unseen forces. Only then does he discover that his absence and his inactiveness would put countless lives in jeopardy.

But how would he survive without the resources from The Order? Only those who are at the most risk could save his life, and save humanity.

High Body Count by Gary S. Kadet

"High Body Count"

Null & Boyd Noir #3

Gary S. Kadet

After the grotesque revenge murder of her adopted son by a kiddie-porn ring, Detective Lieutenant Kay Boyd has a mental breakdown that plunges her into a deep depression. Now the undisputed “Meth King” of Boston, arch-criminal Joseph Xavier Null tries to convince Boyd that to cure herself she should join with him in his strategy to start at the top of the top of the ring—the Hebe Group—and kill their way down.

At first she refuses, but Null proposes that Boyd approach members of the Hebe Group and offer them the opportunity to surrender themselves, or deal with murderous psychopath Null, who will torture and kill them.

Null finds himself drugged and delivered to Hebe Group hitmen by criminal contract killer Janis, who in the nick of time decides to side with Null. Later, she and Boyd wind up rescuing Null again, this time from the creepy psychopath known as the Expert. But Hebe Group has their own expert, the nefarious Legere. It’s going to take Janis, Boyd and the tough street gang run by Null – the Gangsta Boyz – to finish the Hebe Group, whose kiddie porn and child abuse extends from Boston to Dubai.

Jack Slade Hunter of Shadows by Richard Dawes

"Night Duty"

Jack Slade #10

Richard Dawes

A Chief Financial Officer and his lovely assistant discover their employer, in conjunction with the U. S. government, is running a clandestine operation manufacturing bio-chemical weapons. The company and the government discover they know about the operation, which puts their lives in danger. They ask Jack Slade for help. Blood flows and corpses stack up as Slade goes against two different security teams and federal agents as he battles for justice. In an exciting finale, Slade must combat an army of cyborgs.

A Pirate's Booty by Carlo Cavazutti

"A Pirate's Booty"

A Cavazutti Crime Novel

by Carlo Cavazutti

For hundreds of years adventurers have hunted for the treasure of the Spanish Galleon, La Bella Donna but stymied at every turn. That is until Synthia Morales walks into Chez Rendezvous and tells a story of a long lost relative and sole survivor. A tale that Carlo overhears and the search is on. Danger, treason and subterfuge lurks from everywhere and he must put together a top notch crew.

The Ladder Project by Bill Scott

"The Ladder Project"

by Bill Scott

We may never know the origin of the COVID-19 pandemic, how it came to be, or who if anyone was responsible. One individual’s guess is as good as anyone else’s.

We can be assured of this. Life itself has been at war with unseen enemies for millions, if not billions of years, as evidenced by living beings constantly evolving from one state to another to survive.

If not for evolution, man would have been erased from the Earth ages ago. And as such, deceit may be our greatest weapon. It is unthinkable that one nation has not thought of using evolution to gain power.

The Ladder Project is a fictitious novel based on imagination and current events. But one thing is clear. Covid-19 is merely a glimpse of what may be our future.

Jack Slade: Death Watch by Richard Dawes

"Death Watch"

A Jack Slade Novel

by Richard Dawes

After witnessing a gangland assassination, Jack Slade must escape the assassins wearing only swimming trunks, shirt, and sandals, with no money and no ID. Arriving in a strange town, he rescues a woman from rapists and goes to work in her gambling hall and whore house as a bouncer. He is recruited by a crime boss, and rises to be a top operative in the local underworld. Fists and bullets fly, however, when he revolts against his employer. Blood flows and dead bodies pile up as he cuts a red swathe through the criminal underworld.

Solitaire by Henry Hoffman


An Adam Fraley Mystery

by Henry Hoffman

During the course of his search for a missing man living off the grid in a remote stretch of the Sierra Nevada foothills, private investigator Adam Fraley suddenly finds himself the target of a deranged sniper who is determined to take him out. Behind the attempted execution is a mysterious mastermind who fears Fraley’s probing will uncover a link between the man he is in search of and a lucrative underground drug-trafficking scheme. Coming to the aid of Fraley in his hour of need is an unexpected friend who appears out of nowhere to help guide the private detective through the harrowing encounter. Meanwhile, all of this is played out against the backdrop of a great American tragedy that occurred over a century ago, one that holds a direct tie to the case at hand.

Praxton 6: The Missing Diplomat by N.S. Howard

"The Missing Diplomat"

Praxton #6

by N.S. Howard

The Star Hawk continues its diplomatic mission of visiting the Rebel worlds, with the objective of establishing trade and eliminating the enslavement of Alliance citizens. Captain Julius Elmwood amends the ship’s regulation more in line with Praxton customs as new challenges appear. While part of the crew welcome the new rules, others are concerned of the repercussions of following Praxton customs too closely.

The visit to Planet Divinus initially brings forth a trade agreement with the Alliance worlds. Diplomate Tiffany Harris finds Prince Francis handsome, and his smooth manner has made her interaction with him exciting. But a turn of events has the Star Hawk preparing for military action against the Rebel world.

First Officer Morgan Regan becomes suspicious of Nallix Ellis, and accuses her of lying that she came originated from another universe.

Meanwhile, Diana Adoria’s relationship with Senior Technician Derik Holton becomes uncertain. She must choose to either submitting to his demands or ending their romance.

Pool of Tears by Melissa Rea

"Pool of Tears"

Nights of Alice #2

by Melissa Rea

Last night, clothes began appearing in Alice Hightower’s closet at sunset. She might find bell bottoms from the seventies or a beaded flapper’s dress from the twenties, but they fit perfectly. She slips on the outfits and opens her balcony door to another place and time where extraordinary men fill her nights.

CEO of a medical device company about to unveil a revolutionary heart bypass product, Alice escapes her challenging days to the adventures beyond her balcony door. How could her smoldering VP of sales, or her fascinating assistant compare to Tweedle Don and Tweedle Dan, twin doctors from the seventies, or the sixties rock group who scolds Alice for being late for their very important date. At forty-nine, after two divorces, relating to her male coworkers has been entirely too complicated. When industrial espionage threatens her company, Alice has to save the position that defines her, discover the truth of her fantastic travels and decide if the real men in her life might be more satisfying than those she enjoys by night.

Siren Song II by George Dismukes

"Siren Song II"

by George Dismukes

When seven people go missing from a dive boat found floating atop THE GREAT BLUE HOLE OF THE CARIBBEAN, there is panic to find them and learn their fate.

When Angie Holland saw the story on National News, her blood ran cold. She feared the worst. “The bitch is back!” If she was right, she knew she must take action, immediately. To tell someone… anyone, the truth would do no good. Whoever she told would think she had gone over the edge. So, her mission was very personal. She had to go to Belize and finish what she thought was over two years ago. Twenty-four hours later, she was on a plane, bound for Central America.

But questions abounded: What had gone wrong the first time? Why wasn’t the siren dead? And if blowing holes in her with a bang stick didn’t do the job, what would?

As the plane jets south, Angie knows none of the answers. But she does know, this time, she must not fail. Untold lives depend on it for hundreds of years to come. And when it is over, nobody will know except her, and a small contingent who surrounds her.

Until There's Blood by A. J. Wildman

"Until There's Blood"

Spekter #3

by A. J. Wildman

Augmented. Modified. Strung together with the fibers of other species, the viscous bits of an alien, and a desperate wish and a prayer.
The Devil. Angel of Death. Silent assassin. Predator.
Definitely not human. Or Sane.
Michael Cassidy has been called everything, and yet, he’d rather be nothing at all.
A void.
An empty vessel for hire to the highest bidder.
She’s gone. His wife. His everything. Kate. For five years, he’s teetered on the edge of death, hoping for it, inviting it in. But his heart still beats. Occasionally.

Dr. Natalie Beck has made him an offer he can’t refuse. She and her colleagues want his help taking down Gene Corp, a genetic modification facility owned by the US government that has his wife’s body and refuses to give it back.

All he has to do is train a ramshackle group of Augmented and prepare them for an attack on Gene Corp in seven measly days. Shrug. Why not.

Spekter has a secret, one that will end Gene Corp, and likely himself, once and for all. It’s a win-win, so long as he keeps his wee, black and barely beating heart far, far away from the darkly beautiful and very intuitive Ileana, AKA Little Raven.

With fast paced action, characters that literally clamber from the pages, UNTIL THERE’S BLOOD is darkly humorous, ultraviolent and deliciously sensual.

Spekter has never been a hero, but he is the mother-fucking savior of all.