The Baby on the Back Porch

The Baby on the Back Porch “Do you need anything else, Ms. Eriksson?” Sara’s new landlord, David Sanders, scrutinized her with an amused expression. He had just shown her the cabin and explained the specifics, after which she had signed the rental agreement. Sara guessed he was in his early thirties. He was quite good-looking […]

Hitchcock And the Methods of Suspense by William Hare

  Hitchcock And the Methods of Suspense Alfred Hitchcock had a gift for turning the familiar into the unfamiliar, the mundane into the unexpected. A director known for planning the entire movie before the first day of filming began by using the storyboard approach, Hitchcock was renowned for his relaxed directing style, resulting in an […]

6 John Jordan Mysteries by Michael Lister

6 John Jordan Mysteries  A man of the cloth who both ministers mercy and thirsts for justice walks a very fine line as a prison chaplain and a detective as he investigates baffling cases of murder in these beloved and acclaimed suspenseful mysteries by award-winning author Michael Lister. A smart, sympathetic, utterly unique detective haunted by […]

Mystery at Pacific Cove: Haunted Visions by J. E. Grace

Mystery at Pacific Cove: Haunted Visions A young couple, Jason and Naomi, start their married life together as manager’s of the 4,000 acre Pacific Cove Ranch In California. Naomi tries to adjust to a life of isolation miles from the nearest town. She is still trying to come to grips with the loss of her […]

True Crime by Neha Sharma

True Crime  Private Investigator Sean Hayes and his partner Ashley Reid are hired to find the fate of a girl who went missing 15 years back. And, before they could’ve made a move, the NYPD reaches out to Sean to investigate a murder case. A long-closed case means Ashley has to treat everyone as a […]

Honolulu Hottie by Terry Ambrose

Honolulu Hottie  When a con man dies, no one cares…except his killer.Apartment manager Wilson McKenna’s day tanks when the cops accuse an old friend of killing a ruthless Honolulu scammer. McKenna hates to break the “no more amateur sleuthing” promise he made to his new girlfriend, but his buddy is desperate. He’s got no alibi. […]

A Stone’s Throw by Debbie De Louise

A Stone’s Throw After her husband is killed in a hit and run accident, Alicia travels upstate to his hometown of Cobble Cove, New York, hoping to locate his estranged family and shed light on his mysterious past. Anticipating staying only a weekend, her visit is extended when she accepts a job at the town’s […]

“The Origin of Murder” by Jerold Last- sample chapters

The Origin of Murder   Please enjoy these sample chapters   Copyright ©   About the book……… 5-Star cruising all the way!  Roger and Suzanne take a vacation cruise through the Galapagos Islands, retracing the path Charles Darwin sailed and walked more than 175 years ago.  The body count increases almost as fast as the […]

Loose Ends by Varun Vashist

Loose Ends  When Agent Kiara Davenport and Agent Jake Carter were assigned new partners, they had hoped the cases would also be new. But, a serial killer is back in town, and Jake has to follow his trail. The only clue left behind is the dying words of the three victims. And, before he could […]

Murder in the Arboretum by Christa Nardi

Murder in the Arboretum Another murder in small town Cold Creek has tensions rising. Clive Johnson, the groundskeeper at Cold Creek College, is a convenient scapegoat for a police chief. Convinced Chief Pfeiffe has it all wrong, Sheridan Hendley sets out to help prove Clive’s innocence. Not everyone is pleased by her enthusiastic search for […]

Strings of Glass by Emily Kimelman

  Strings of Glass Sydney Rye is hanging out in India with her boyfriend, Dan, reading paperbacks and sipping beer. No violence and no reminders of her past. But when she and Blue, are attacked by a pack of wild dogs, Sydney starts to feel that old itch again; to do good by being bad. […]

Harlan’s Haven By Sandra S. Kerns

Harlan’s Haven Harlan Granger is discharged from the Army with a piece of shrapnel too close to his spine to remove. His future looks bleak. He hopes to find the solitude and quiet he requires to heal at home in Colorado. With the house near the river and outside of town, solitude shouldn’t be a […]

Niki Knows the Dirt by Denise Hays

Niki Knows the Dirt Niki Edgar suffers from hyperosmia, a medical condition that causes her to possess an enhanced ability to smell – a super power of sorts. She helps police solve crimes by smelling things about victims and crime scenes.  But her super power is not all good. At least that’s how she feels […]