Wisecracking reporter Dixie Flynn thinks fast and talks even faster―it’s the only way to survive the San Francisco crime beat. When she’s assigned to look into the death of her former lover, artist Diego Chino, Dixie’s instincts tell her there’s more behind the apparent suicide than the police are letting on.
Dixie’s canvassing of the Bay Area art district reveals it to be a perfect picture of corruption, with a handsome art dealer and a reclusive patron in the foreground. After a romantic evening in Chinatown ends in a brush with death, Dixie is more determined than ever to expose the truth. But when a fire in her vicinity turns out to be more than just performance art, it’s clear the perpetrators would rather see Dixie dead than let her destroy their criminal masterpiece.
Amelia Edwards was a normal twenty year old. She had the perfect life. She had loving parents, a good job, and what she had thought, a perfect relationship with Ryan Andrews. Until one day, after being in a relationship for five years, she showed up at Ryan’s to tell him she was pregnant. Her perfect life shattered in an instant.
After devastation and heartache, she finds control in her life. She leaves Linford and her past behind her. She takes a leap of faith and moves to Fairshore, eighty miles from her hometown.
Is eighty miles far enough away from her past? Or will her past follow her?
Some murder for fun.
Others for profit.
The most dangerous murder for both.
Bike messenger Tess Gideon is caught in the path of a sadistic serial killer and a ruthless assassination team as Wall Street, Greenwich Village, and Seoul become intertwined in seemingly unrelated crimes.
Grizzly, terrifying, and shockingly realistic, Russell Blake has created a new kind of thriller that will delight fans of Michael Connelly, Thomas Harris, and James Patterson.
The last thing Mallory Clark wants to do is move back home. She has no choice, though, since the company she worked for in Chicago has just downsized her, and everybody else. To make matters worse her fiancé has broken their engagement, and her heart, leaving her hurting and scarred. When her mother tells her that the house she always coveted as a child, the once-famed Gray Oaks Manor, is not only on the market but selling for a song, it seems to Mallory that the best thing she could possibly do would be to put Chicago, and everything and everyone in it, behind her. Arriving back home she runs into gorgeous and mysterious Blake Hunter.
Stranded in the Amazon rainforest, a lost man fights for survival and discovers that the root of evil doesn’t just reside in the world’s darkest corners, but inside the hearts of all mankind.
Dr. Gregory Zekser is on a mission to visit the furthest reaches of the Amazon, providing medical aid to recently contacted tribes. As a general practitioner and food pantry director, his life in Massachusetts can be chaotic, but serving people is what he does best, and he doesn’t mind sacrificing his personal life to help others, at home or half way around the world.
But any hope of returning home to his wife, daughter, and comfortable life are eradicated when the small plane carrying him back to civilization plummets into the unknown depths of the jungle. Swallowed by endless green, with both pilots dead, Greg struggles to stay alive in a world that wants to infect his body, suck him dry, and eat him whole.
An Uncollected Death introduces Charlotte Anthony, a forty-something divorcée, single mother and magazine editor who suddenly finds herself an empty-nester, unemployed, and on the verge of bankruptcy. She gratefully takes the job of editing the journals of Olivia Bernadin, a long-lost nouveau roman author. Things rapidly deteriorate, however, when she finds Olivia left for dead the first day on the job–and herself a suspect in the crime.
Charlotte turns amateur detective as she works out cryptic clues to find Olivia’s hidden journals and to clear herself of suspicion, all while reinventing her life by downsizing to a tiny
Lake Jones is a cover girl for cutting-edge prosthetic legs, a binge-watcher of Netflix, known to spy on her neighbor through her door’s peephole, and fond of laser games with her hairless cat. She’s also a bit sexually-frustrated.
God bestows a breath of mercy upon her in the form of Minnesota’s NFL starting quarterback. But this gift is no stranger. Lake met Cage Monaghan three years earlier.
It was one day.
One kiss that resurrected her dreams of finding love.
Sawyer wants a life of her own.
Finn wants Sawyer gone.
She’s escaping her past.
He can’t face his own.
The Lord of the Swamp is about to meet the Lady he’s never wanted.
Jack Stratton’s a good guy on the ugly side of life. Eight years ago a bomb blew apart his world and he’s been picking up the pieces ever since. Guilt has driven a wedge between him and the family he loves. When Jack hears the news that his foster-sister Michelle is missing, it cuts straight to his core. The police think she just took off, but Jack knows Michelle would never leave her loved ones behind—like he did. Forced to confront the demons from his past, Jack must take action, find Michelle and bring her home… or die trying.
Entrenched in his family’s sleepy hometown, Jack uncovers a world of lies and deception along with an up-close view of his personal demons. When the hunt for his sister takes a nasty turn, Stratton must protect his vulnerable new partner and fight for his own survival.
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When Jesus Wept
When Jesus Wept, the first novel in The Jerusalem Chronicles by bestselling authors Bodie and Brock Thoene, unfolds the turbulent times in Judea during Jesus’ ministry, centering on the friendship between Jesus and Lazarus. With rich insights from vineyard owners and vine dressers, the Thoenes explore the metaphor of Jesus as the True Vine, harvesting the ancient secrets found in the Old Testament.
The New York Times bestselling author of No Time for Goodbyereturns with a haunting psychological thriller that blends the twists and turns of Gillian Flynn with the driving suspense of Harlan Coben, in which a man is troubled by odd sounds for which there is no rational explanation.
College professor Paul Davis is a normal guy with a normal life. Until, driving along a deserted road late one night, he surprises a murderer disposing of a couple of bodies. That’s when Paul’s “normal” existence is turned upside down. After nearly losing his own life in that encounter, he finds himself battling PTSD, depression, and severe problems at work. His wife, Charlotte, desperate to cheer him up, brings home a vintage typewriter—complete with ink ribbons and heavy round keys—to encourage him to get started on that novel he’s always intended to write.
When forensic nurse Timmie Leary-Parker moves from LA to Puckett, Missouri to care for her ailing father, she’s prepared for the slow pace, the small-town politics and the feeling that everyone knows her business.
Then, patients in the hospital’s Alzheimer’s Unit start dying in unprecedented numbers.
Everyone refuses to investigate the town’s most lucrative business, and no one will challenge the hospital’s Golden Boy director.
No one, except Timmie.
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