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$1.99-Military Mystery in “Belle Chasse” by William H. Lovejoy

Belle ChasseBelle Chasse by  William H. Lovejoy
Discounted to $1.99- July 26-28, 2014

From his base on the riverboat BELLE CHASSE, former Navy SEAL Glenn Kenney mounts a search for the man who brutally murdered Kenney’s ex-wife. His search brings him into confrontation then collaboration with Detective Sergeant Connie Mellor of the New Orleans Police Department.

The manhunt stretches from the banks of the Mississippi River to the depths of the Caribbean Sea and uncovers a brand new kind of sunken treasure. 

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“This was a good one, let’s start by saying that. From the first few pages, I could tell that I would enjoy the writing of this killer thriller. The most important thing for me when I read a book is the quality of the prose and the ability of an author to create a scene so vivid that I want to re-read descriptions because they are so tangible, packed with metaphors, and unique in a way that other author’s have simply never thought of before ….I am pretty good at predicting where books are headed, but Belle Chasse kept me guessing. More importantly, I knew that the author wasn’t predictable, but I was still encouraged to lay my own predictions on the prose, hoping to be right, but equally pleased when Lovejoy pulled the rug out and unveiled something that changed the game completely.

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FREE – Paranormal Thriller in “Dream Killing” by Magus Tor, Carrie Lynn Weniger

Dream Killing  by Magus Tor, Carrie Lynn Weniger 

FREE July 26, 2014
Ex-CIA agent Drew Corrigan never imagined that after leaving a life of fighting crime he would enter a life of killing…in his dreams. Each night Drew faces playing a game of ‘kill or be killed’, all while sleeping.

Given only a gun and a watch that counts down his lives, he has no choice but to go against his better judgment and kill in order to save himself. Every night he plays he loses a life, if he is killed another life will be lost, but if he kills he earns a life. Drew must avoid reaching zero lives or he will die in real life. If he makes it to 100 lives he will win…but what is the prize? As he plays this dangerous game, he realizes that the people he meets in the game are just as real as he is in the waking world. Can he figure out how to stop this game from taking more lives including his own?

Dreaming has never been more dangerous. 

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“I just finished reading Dream Killing, an action-packed novel written by Magus Tor, and truth to be told, I ended up feeling scared to sleep and dream. That’s how powerful this story is. I felt like I’d been wrapped up and sucked into a world of killing and fighting to survive. After a failed mission, Agent Drew… Continue reading

FREE-Police procedural-”Girl Jacked” by Christopher Greyson


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Girl Jacked by Christopher Greyson

FREE July, 26-29, 2014

Police Officer Jack Stratton is hiding. Hiding from the world. From pain. From the memories of losing his best friend, Chandler, in Iraq. Isolated from those he cares about, the last thing Jack expects to ”

The words cut straight to his core. Chandler’s sister is missing. Although the police think she just took off he knows Michelle would never leave those she loved behind – like he did.

Now he must take action, find Michelle and bring her home… or die trying.

See what reviewers are saying:

“What a great start to a new crime/thriller series! Exciting, thrill-a-minute story; engaging characters; snappy dialogue – all come together in “Girl Jacked” by author Greyson …  I am already looking forward to the next book in the Jack Stratton series – “Jack-Knifed.” By Cheryl Stout – Amazon Top 600 and Vine Voice Reviewer


“I didn’t realize this was such a popular title when I picked it (I usually try to give reviews to books that need them more). However, once I started reading I didn’t want to put the book down. The plot speeds along at a cracking pace, and Mr. Greyson manages to add layer upon layer of backstory to his two main characters—Jack Stratton, and Alice–the eighteen-year-old sister of his foster brother, best friend, and Iraqi comrade in arms. The author pulls off a clever sleight of hand here, because these two characters start off… Continue reading



FREE July 26-29, 2014


When a serial killer stalks literary agents, and brutally kills them, the world of publishing panics with fear as the FBI hunts for the cold blooded killer, wondering what could cause a person to become such a monster?

To someone else, the rejection letter might be perceived as a simple piece of correspondence. But when Amy, who suffers from bipolar disorder receives a form rejection letter from Edward, an agent she had an affair with at a recent convention, she takes the rejection as both personal and professional–in short–a declaration of war.

 Amy quickly embarks on a plan to get revenge by destroying Edward’s literary agency, but Amy is soon not the one to be feared the most. Her actions create a copycat, a serial killer, who targets literary agents and viciously murders them.

Living with the knowledge she has created a monster, a serial killer, is one thing, while doing nothing to stop the madness is another. But how could she track down a killer when she has no training in such? Thinking like a mad man might be the only way–but could she go there and survive herself? When the winds of fate, however, rekindle the romance with Edward, thus making him the next target–she really has no choice but to help the FBI before it is too late.

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“Johnny Ray is one author you won’t want to miss. He writes… Continue reading

99cents, P.I. series in “Post Pattern” by David Chill

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Post Pattern by David Chill

99cents-July 26-29, 2014
 Post Pattern was a finalist in the St. Martin’s Press contest for new private eye mystery writers.

After a football star is shot at on a California freeway, he approaches Burnside, a former college football player who has become a successful private investigator.

As Burnside unravels a complex series of baffling leads, the body count piles up. He encounters beautiful girls, wayward athletes and overworked cops on his way to cracking a case that no one else wants to touch. And Burnside is also forced to confront a betrayal from his past that hovers beneath the surface.

Set against the sun drenched backdrop of a hot Los Angeles summer, Post Pattern provides readers with a taut, engaging mystery. The novel delivers a smart, sexy plot with crackling dialogue and fascinating characters.


See what reviewers are saying:

“Great plot and Burnside is such a terrific character with his wry sense of humor and caustic comments. Lots of twists and turns, keeping you in suspense. I hated to leave the Burnside world! “

“A great read! Chill’s novel combines the gritty style of James M. Cain with the sophisticated detailing of Colin Dexter…..David Chill’s emergence onto the literary scene is a boon to fiction readers around the world.” 






$2.99 – “Moon Signs” by Helen Haught Fanick

Moon Signs

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Moon Signs by Helen Haught Fanick 

 Discounted $2.99 – July 26-31, 2014

Moon Signs was a quarter-finalist in the Amazon Breakthrough Novel Awards.
Retirement is a time for knitting, gardening, and an occasional quiet lunch with friends, according to Kathleen Williamson. Her sister Andrea has an altogether different point of view. When the sisters go to the Canaan Valley to search for paintings mentioned in a document found in an old hotel once owned by their grandparents—paintings that might be Monets—Andrea immediately becomes involved in tracking down a murderer. Kathleen would much rather be looking for the paintings, but she goes along with Andrea, since the victim was their hotel-keeper, murdered just down the hall from their room. The question is: Does the murder have something to do with the elusive paintings? There are many clues and many suspects, including hotel staff, valley residents, and the mysterious foreigners who come from the Eastern Seaboard for skiing. There are also many types of danger—icy roads, sub-zero temperatures, and a killer who doesn’t care how many people die in the attempt to make sure the right ones do. 

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“This was the 1st book written by Helen Fanick that I have read and it was awesome! I love the fact that it is about WV and places that I am familiar with and her writing holds my attention and makes me want to keep reading and not put… Continue reading

99cents, paranormal mystery in “First and Only” by Peter Flannery

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First and Only by Peter Flannery 

 99cents July 24, 2014

First and Only has recently been optioned for a major new feature film.
Do you believe in psychics? What if there really was someone who could see into the future, read people’s thoughts and move things with their mind? Psimon is just such a man, a real and genuine psychic, but in five days time he is going to die at the hands of a serial killer known as Lucifer. His only hope is to enlist the help of Steve Brennus a former soldier whose family life and business have just collapsed in ruins.

Together they must reveal Psimon’s abilities to the world while trying to evade those who would seek to control him. And all the while the shadow of Lucifer draws closer. As Psimon becomes lost in the shadows we are faced with eternal questions… Can friendship overcome evil? Can faith overcome fear? Can anything overcome the visions of the world’s first psychic? 

See what reviewers are saying: 
Riveting, heart pounding, beautiful and mind boggling! Fantastic! Naomi Button (Amazon.com)

Total depravity of evil intertwined with the amazing hope and love of goodness. Make a film of this book somebody! Simon Jones (Amazon.co.uk)

Absolutely loved this book from the start. It really is the best read of the year for me. Hidden Treasure, Euan Anderson (Amazon.co.uk) 



99cents -Paranormal Mystery in “The Ex Who Wouldn’t Die” by Sally Berneathy

EX who wouldn't Die

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The Ex Who Wouldn’t Die by Sally Berneathy 

 99cents July 24-July 29, 2014

When Amanda’s lying, cheating, scam-artist husband, Charley, saves her life in a near-fatal motorcycle accident, she can almost forgive him for dragging his feet on their divorce.

Then she discovers he’d been dead for several hours at the time she thought he rescued her. And not just dead…murdered. On the good side, at least they are no longer married. But she’s the primary suspect in Charley’s murder and, as if that isn’t bad enough, Charley’s ghost shows up in her apartment.

He was rejected, kicked back, not allowed to go into the light. The situation was bad enough when he was alive and trying to charm his way back into her life, but now he claims to be unable to go more than a few yards away from her. She can’t even be certain he isn’t peeking when she undresses for bed.

Even death did not them part. As Amanda puts her life in danger in an effort to bring Charley’s murderer to justice and send him into the light or the dark or anywhere away from her, she learns her knowledge of Charley’s misdeeds is only the tip of a toxic iceberg. Charley blackmailed his murderer, blackmailed Amanda’s father, lied about his family being dead when he is actually related to half the town of Silver Creek, Texas, and, with his treachery, has stirred up secrets that will… Continue reading

FREE- A Scottish Mystery in “No Stranger to Death” by Janet O’Kane


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No Stranger to Death by Janet O’Kane 

FREE July 24, 2014
Zoe Moreland saw her first dead body at the age of twelve, and had seen many others since. But that morning, for the first time ever, she could not tell if she was looking at the remains of a man or a woman.

Recently-widowed Dr Zoe Moreland moves to the Scottish Borders for a fresh start among strangers unaware of her past. However, her hopes of a quiet life are dashed when she finds the grisly remains of a body in the village’s Guy Fawkes bonfire and gets caught up in the resulting murder investigation. Then someone else dies unexpectedly and Zoe herself narrowly escapes death.

Determined not to become the killer’s next victim, she digs beneath the tranquil surface of the close knit community to find out who is committing these horrible acts. And discovers that some secrets can be deadly. This stunning crime debut is set in rural Scotland and reveals how a small community can appear idyllic from the outside but actually hold some very dark secrets. 

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Has enough twists and turns to keep even the most hardened crime fiction fan on the edge of their seat.’

‘An original take on a murder mystery with a lovely setting and packed with suspense.’

‘Provides a refreshing change to murder investigation. No hard-nosed, drink-fueled detectives here.’

‘The environment may be cosy but… Continue reading

$2.99-Paranormal Thriller in “Kaleidoscope” (The Vision Chronicles, Book 1) by Chariss K. Walker



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Kaleidoscope (The Vision Chronicles, Book 1) by Chariss K. Walker 

Discounted to $2.99 July 24-31, 2014
After fifteen years of denying his paranormal ability, Mike Lewis has had enough. Keeping the secret has taken a toll on his personal life. He knows he needs help and shares his closely guarded secret revealing that he sees horrifying distant events of the future through a kaleidoscope every time he closes his eyes. Dr. Nelson teaches Mike to become the passive observer of the frightening visions.

When Mike stops fighting this ability, it changes and evolves with his acceptance. As soon as the secret has been told, however, Mike meets Casey, a beautiful socialite. In less than a week, he realizes that someone is after him and they’re determined to learn all they can about his ability. His home is bugged and his computers are tracked. Then, the real chaos begins as those ‘watching’ take a more aggressive approach and try to abduct him. 

Mike wants to know who’s behind the near abductions and spying, but the further he digs to uncover the culprits, the eerier it gets. He finally realizes that the best he can do is to learn how to protect himself, fight as long as he can, and then run.

Kaleidoscope is the first book in The Vision Chronicles, a series which details Mike’s changing ability, and is followed by Spyglass, Window’s Pane and others.

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FREE – Mystery in “Sibling Revelry” by Terry Sykes-Bradshaw


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Sibling Revelry by Terry Sykes-Bradshaw 

FREE July 24-25, 2014
It begins with a margarita and ends with being held hostage by a desperate killer. Not exactly the vacation of their dreams. When twin sisters Kate Kelly and Chrissie Montgomery plans a holiday in Europe to celebrate their Big Birthday, they anticipate shopping, sightseeing and pigging out on gourmet cuisine. Within hours of arriving in Paris, however, their trip goes horribly wrong.

They soon find themselves on a wild journey from the streets and sewers of Paris to the casinos in Nice and the wharf in Barcelona before everything comes to a shocking conclusion in a bullring in Spain. 

See what reviewers are saying:
I had read the author’s first book, “The Awful Truth About Dead Men”, and really enjoyed it, so I was looking forward to reading “Sibling Revelry”. I LOVED it. It was fast paced, lighthearted and filled with lots of quirky characters. The relationships between the sisters, cousins and grandmother were hysterical. I loved getting to know them. The plot kept twisting and never got boring. I was sorry when it ended! ***** By Sharon Bozman

Being inside the head of a woman traveling in France and Spain with three generations of female relatives created a magical mystery tour–so many glasses of wine, so much chocolate and shoes and stolen jewels. And the reasons for the crimes–realistic, but not something a man would invent. Clever clues intelligently… Continue reading

FREE Mystery in “Final Exam” by Terry Huebner


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Final Exam by Terry Huebner 
FREE July 24-27, 2014

Three strands of hair … two drops of blood … one thumbprint … an embittered law professor … a decade-old indiscretion … an autographed Louisville Slugger – mix these all together in a stew of secrets, lies and promises kept and broken and you have the “Law School Murder”, the next big media case of the moment, and the subject of Final Exam, the first of the Benjamin Lohmeier series of legal thrillers.

Shortly after New Years, the shattered body of Professor Daniel Greenfield is found on the floor of his office at the almost-deserted Chicago College of Law. The police question and ultimately charge one of Greenfield’s former students, Megan Rand, now living a quiet life as a mother and appellate court clerk. She calls her friend, Benjamin Lohmeier, a former Chicago prosecutor now stuck in a repetitive civil practice out in the suburbs, and begs for help. With the media circus swirling around him, Ben unravels old mysteries and confronts unseen enemies as he searches for Daniel Greenfield’s killer. Was it a spouse bent on revenge? A colleague harboring long-held resentments? Another of Greenfield’s students? Or could it even have been Megan herself, fueled by a secret of her own? 

See what reviewers are saying:
I am reading ALL of his books. If you like suspense, a sense of humor, some sarcasm and twists and turns, this is the… Continue reading

99cents-”Murder on the Red Carpet” by Shawn Reilly Simmons

Murder on the Red Carpet

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 Murder on the Red Carpet by Shawn Reilly Simmons

99cents – Today, July  24, 2014
The last thing Arlena Madison and Penelope Sutherland expect to find while searching for their runaway dog is a beautiful young girl buried in the snow on the side of the road.

When the police discover that the murdered girl was obsessed with Arlena, an up-and-coming actress, questions arise about possible connections between the victim and the legendary Madison family. Arlena has just been cast as the lead actress in iconic film director Salvatore Marco’s next movie. If she can prove herself as a serious actress, it might just be her ticket out of the cut-rate horror movie world.


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“This was an excellent first novel. The characters were well written and the story was very entertaining. The protagonist is believable and someone I’d welcome spending time with again. I can’t wait for the next!” By Verena Rose, Amazon


“I like it. My love of celebrityism (a word I made up) run rampart in this engaging story that held my attention from beginning to end… The author did a great job in keeping me in suspense with the number of suspects and it wasn’t until that “aha” moment, that I knew who the killer was, which surprised me a bit. With a likeable cast of characters and an inside look at the movie industry, this was an equally entertaining and… Continue reading

FREE – P.I. Thriller in “The Gray and Guilty Sea” by Scott William Carter

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The Gray and Guilty Sea by Scott William Carter 

FREE July 23-July 31, 2014
Winner of the Oregon Book Award 

A curmudgeon. An iconoclast. A loner. That’s how people describe Garrison Gage, and that’s when they’re being charitable.

After his wife’s brutal murder in New York, and Gage himself is beaten nearly to death, the crippled private investigator retreats three thousand miles to the quaint coastal town of Barnacle Bluffs, Oregon.

He spends the next five years in a convalescent stupor, content to bide his time filling out crossword puzzles and trying to forget that his wife’s death is his fault.

But all that changes when he discovers the body of a young woman washed up on the beach, and his conscience draws him back into his old occupation – forcing him to confront the demons of his own guilt before he can hope to solve the girl’s murder. 

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“Carter’s writing is on target.” – Publishers Weekly

99cents – Historical Mystery in “She Overheard Murder” by Jean Sheldon

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99cents July 24-27, 2014
Finalist Lambda Literary Award 
The Nic and Nora Mystery series-mysteries solved by lesbian amateur detectives in post-World War II Chicago. 

On October 29, 1945, Nic Owen made her debut appearance as a radio detective on the new show Inez Ingalls, Private Eye. Hired only weeks earlier to read ad copy and work as an understudy, the murder of the shows star propels Nic to the lead role and a top spot on the list of suspects. Cecil Park, husband of the murdered woman, wants answers, as does Nora Hahn, Carolyn’s ‘special friend’ for fourteen years.


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She Overheard Murder serves up an enticing menu full of clues, close calls, and murder. Adding to the atmosphere is the deliciously authentic background of early radio and post-World War Chicago. …The characters are as interesting as the plot, which along with Sheldon’s excellent prose make this a winner. By Alice Lynn

Sheldon takes care to show her characters as normal men and women, who grieve when they suffer from loss, who are lonely for human discussion and interaction, who struggle with the same issues in different ways. By so doing, she demolishes the language that surrounds the homosexual lifestyle: that is, that being a homosexual is only about sexuality and not about love, life and family. Her characters, both lesbian and straight, are people who desire interaction, companionship and understanding.… Continue reading

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