Temple of Conquest
by Mark Broe

As a thriving, young rock climber, Telep worked hard and was committed to his community’s pursuit of progress. But after a climbing accident…  Click here for more…

Release Date: 09/29/2020

The Saint’s Mistress
by Kathryn Bashaar

In fourth-century North Africa, the peasant Leona and the future Saint Augustine fall in love.  Defying social norms and feeling the growing pull of the evolving Christian church….  Click here for more…

Release Date: 09/22/2020

Blood Cold
by James Lindholm

Indomitable marine biologist Chris Black is looking forward to six quiet months of scientific research off the coast of Cape Town, South Africa. But when on a routine dive Chris discovers the wreck of a fishing vessel that disappeared during a storm decades earlier, he inadvertently clashes with the ghost of South Africa’s Apartheid.  Click here for more…

Make Mad the Guilty
by William Norris

All-American Hero Jason Verne, the first man to set foot on Mars, is the perfect candidate to move into the White House, but fame and power come at a high price. When his son is kidnapped, the evolving case shows eerie parallels to one of the most heart-wrenching crimes in U.S. history, the Lindbergh kidnapping.  Click here for more…

Into a Canyon Deep
by James Lindholm

Returning from a research dive off the coast of picturesque Carmel-by-the-Sea, marine biologist Chris Black is attacked viciously. No stranger to physical altercations, Chris is able to defend himself and hold one of his assailants captive. He learns that the goon has been sent to intimidate him: Stop diving or else…

Not one to respond well to threats, Chris and his childhood friends Mac Johnson, a former Navy SEAL, and Jase Hamilton, investigator with the Monterey County Sheriff, dive a little deeper. What is it that Chris and his graduate students might have seen on the ocean floor? Click here for more…

So You Had To Build A Time Machine
by Jason Offutt

Skid doesn’t believe in ghosts or time travel or any of that nonsense on Syfy. A circus runaway-turned-bouncer, she believes in hard work, self-defense, and good strong coffee. Then one day an annoying theoretical physicist named Dave pops into the seat next to her at her least favorite Kansas City bar and disappears into thin air when she punches him (he totally deserved it).

Now, street names are changing, Skid’s favorite muffins are swapping frosting flavors, Dave keeps reappearing in odd places like the old Sanderson murder house—and that’s only the start of her problems.

Something in the world has gone wrong. Terribly wrong. Absolutely &#*$&ed up. Click here for more…

The Badger Game
by William Norris

Fulford College is broke. To keep its doors open, the liberal arts college joins forces with the Mafia and unknowingly introduces a criminal education program to their curriculum. In their final year, the students are assigned to help rig the presidential election in the Democratic candidate’s favor… Click here for more…

A Grave Too Many
by William Norris

John Kruger is a commercial pilot long on the run from Afrikaner nationalists for smuggling black activists out of apartheid-era South Africa. When he discovers that World War I flying ace Andrew Beauchamp-Proctor seems to be buried in two places 6,000 miles apart… Click here for more…

Dead Air: A Novel Of Suspense
by Michael Bradley

No one knows that better than Kaitlyn Ashe, who has been running from a childhood secret her whole life. Until now. Crowned the top rated radio DJ in Philadelphia, she is finally ready to settle down with her fiancé who knows nothing about her past. Click here for more…

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