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These Haunts Are Made For Walking: A Ghost Hunter Cozy Mystery (A Ghostly Haunted Tour Guide Cozy Mystery Book 1)

by Rose Pressey
4.0 stars – 255 reviews
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“Rose Pressey’s books are fun!” — Janet Evanovich

A fun and ghostly cozy mystery from USA TODAY Bestselling Author Rose Pressey

Who knew ghosts could send text messages?

If ever a whole town could be haunted, Devil’s Moon, Kentucky would be that town. Ripley Van Raden, or Rip as her friends call her, has come back to her hometown to start her own ghost tour business. That’s not her only career path though. Librarian by day, and ghost tour guide by night, Rip is ready to take on the ghosts following her around and the mysterious residents who show up for more than the tour in the Devil’s Moon Cemetery.

Her first day on the job as librarian, Ripley finds a dead body and a ghost who can only communicate through electronics. Who knew ghosts could send text messages? To make things even more complicated, Ripley meets a hot cop who happens to also be a ghost hunter. She doesn’t know if Brannon Landon is interested in helping her or just around for the paranormal activity.

When Rip discovers threatening notes between the pages of a novel, she must solve the library patron’s mysterious death before she unwillingly joins the other side of her haunted tour.

“If you like Charlaine Harris and Janet Evanovich you might like Rose Pressey too.”

For fans of witch mysteries, cozy mysteries, paranormal mysteries with a touch of humor,amateur sleuths, and women sleuths.

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Serial Killers Case Files: A Compendium of Notorious Serial Killers

by RJ Parker PhD
3.8 stars – 153 reviews
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AN IN-DEPTH examination of serial murderers and their victims that include the profiles of some of the most prominent killers of our time. The author addresses various serial killer types: Organized and unorganized, men, women, doctors, and unsolved murder cases. Something about their twisted psychology and abhorrent acts have turned folks like John Wayne Gacy, Ted Bundy, Jeffrey Dahmer, David Berkowitz, and Andrei Chikatilo, to name a few, into household names and media figures. In Serial Killer Case Files, true crime author RJ Parker offers several cases that deal with the names above and also shine a light on killers that are not as present in popular culture but whose bloody actions are worse than any horror movie out there. — John Douglas, FBI Profiler (Ret’d), bestseller author

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Taerak’s Void (Fantastica Book 1)

by M. R. Mathias
4.3 stars – 89 reviews
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Taerak’s Void (Book One of Fantastica) A new series by multiple award winning author, M. R. MathiasAfter finding a strange medallion and some maps with markings that no one in his village can understand, Braxton Bray decides to take it all to the Hall of Scholars in the kingdom’s capital. But greed is everywhere. Braxton and a tough young female caravan guard named Nixy are forced to run for their lives, for someone else wants what Braxton found and is willing to go to great lengths to take it from him.With a hefty, kingdom wide, bounty on their heads, not even the great wizards of the Sorcerious can help them. Left with nothing but each other, Braxton and Nixy have no choice but to get on a ship and go on an adventure that will take them places they would have otherwise never imagined. Elves, dwarves, giant gothicans, and trolls, treacherous forests on distant shores, love, death, terror, and magic all await anyone brave enough to go along.

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Low Down & Dirty (3:AM Kisses, Hollow Brook Book 1)

by Addison Moore
4.7 stars – 65 reviews
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Meet Levi Masterson… I’ve never had a problem with the ladies. I’ve got all the right equipment and I know how to use it. But my life just landed in a blender and my head is still spinning. So when Harlow Hartley comes jackknifing into my world like a tornado, I try to steer clear. She’s my sister’s best friend. She’s having a tough time right now, and I was asked to let her move in with me until she can get on her feet. With Low at the house, dripping with attitude, dancing around in those tight jeans, that T-shirt that stretches in all the right places, I’m ready to lose what’s left of my mind. Sure she’s beautiful and smart, but she’s mouthy and feisty as can be. As tempted as I am to try to land my mouth over hers, my sister made it clear that Low is off limits. As much as I’d like to think that’s a good thing, I can’t seem to shake the need to have her. Maybe it’s time to scratch that itch—something quick and dirty that takes the edge off for the both of us and we can call it a day. But nothing in life is ever that simple—sometimes your heart gets in the way.

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To Curious Heights

by Sean McGowan
4.2 stars – 11 reviews
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All young Harold wants is to return home and tell his friend Sally about his feelings for her before she leaves on a three year trip with her family. But with three hundred miles between them, a stolen police laptop in his hands, a shadowy gang of kids on his tail, and his four best friends depending on him, Harold may have a very hard time doing so.

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Kiss Of Fire (Imdalind Series Book 1)

by Rebecca Ethington
4.5 stars – 980 reviews
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Joclyn’s magic lay hidden for years, right under the nose of the man who has hunted her for centuries. Now her life lies in the hands of the man she least expected. Joclyn doesn’t know why the dragon shaped mark appeared on her neck, but she certainly doesn’t want anyone to see it, including her best friend Ryland. The mark is the reason her father abandoned her, why she hides behind baggy clothes, and why she won’t let the idea of kissing Ryland enter her mind, no matter how much she wants to. When she receives a strange stone for her birthday, however, everything goes haywire. Now she has powers she can’t explain, and a tall blonde man is stalking her. Everything gets a whole lot worse when she learns that Ryland holds the key to everything, including a secret of his own.

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