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A must read meld of WWII and Jewish history with fantasy, folklore, and the paranormal! The Book of Uriel: A Novel of WWII. Plus your daily giveaway word! Brought to you by author Elyse Hoffman

There are over 300 million guns in the United States. Imagine having to find just one to get justice. Black Rifle by Alex Davidson

From USA Today bestselling author Kimberly Knight, comes a dark, retelling of a classic story that takes place in present-day New York City. Lock: A Dark Rapunzel Retelling

Is there a dark, universal force that drives evil deeds great and small? Find out in D. C. Alexander’s page-turning thriller The Legend of Devil’s Creek

In the fires of World War II, a child must save his people from darkness… The Book of Uriel: A Novel of WWII by Elyse Hoffman

First in the Texas series from the #1 New York Times bestselling author and at a fantastic price! Texas Rich by Fern Michaels

It’s giveaway time! Discover Noel Hynd’s international thriller REVENGE AND find your bonus FREE entry to our giveaway!!

A murderous plan sends former FBI-profiler Eva Rae Thomas on a pulse-pounding race against time in this romantic thriller: TO DIE FOR by bestselling author Willow Rose

Fate has placed Alina and Rylan on opposing sides in a world of deception and betrayal. Where truth is ambiguous. Where there are no coincidences… A Fairy’s Quest by Maya Tyler

A cursed beast is coming for Nora and time is running out. When the blood moon rises, so shall the beast… The Upside Down of Nora Gaines by Cathrina Constantine

A dedicated scientist. A paranoid general. And the fate of humanity hidden within a father’s psychosis… Melody: A First Contact Techno-Thriller by David Hoffer

The award-winning novel from Richard Ferguson is a new addition to the great tales of courage against all odds: SPIRIT RUNNER

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Is there a dark, universal force that drives evil deeds great and small? Find out in D. C. Alexander’s page-turning thriller The Legend of Devil’s Creek

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The Legend of Devil’s Creek

by D. C. Alexander
4.1 stars – 1,307 reviews
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Caution: Story contains strong profanity and graphic violence.

When a mutilated corpse is found bound to a tree deep in the forest of remote Aubrey Island, Washington, residents learn that the murder mirrors, in every ritualistic detail, a series of revenge killings described in a century-old local ghost story. More abductions and killings soon follow.

Justin Riddley, recently transferred to the island’s small college, faces growing evidence that one of his new friends and fellow students may be the murderer. John Marshall, redemption-seeking captain of the local police force, leads the frantic murder investigation and struggles to figure out whether the killings are tied to the island’s dark and violent past. Tormented by tragic wartime memories, and more convinced with each day that it is humanity’s fate to destroy itself, Marshall races against both the murderer and the specter of his own mental breakdown.

“I enjoyed reading this book. I loved how the author put the reader into the mind of one of the main characters, a male college student, and let you feel his anxiety and self consciousness. It really helped me know the character and like him, urging him on in my head. At times he experiences little bursts of confidence and I liked that too. His relationship with his friends from school helped form the scenes. All along. I had suspicions of who the suspect might be, but was doubting myself almost to the very end. As I think about the whole story, I realize there is a lot of sadness and evil in the world that doesn’t have to be! If we would only be kind to one another!” – Amazon Review

As blood continues to spill, Riddley and Marshall wonder whether there may be a dark, universal force that drives evil deeds great and small, and whether the nature of one’s childhood might sometimes, in the end, be all that separates the saint from the psychopath.

A dedicated scientist. A paranoid general. And the fate of humanity hidden within a father’s psychosis… Melody: A First Contact Techno-Thriller by David Hoffer

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Melody: A First Contact Techno-Thriller

by David Hoffer
4.6 stars – 40 reviews
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A melody from the stars can save humanity, but only if Stephen can awaken the alien within…

Childhood therapy cured Stephen Fisher of disturbing visions and the delusion of having come from another world. But when his daughter obsesses over a star in the night sky, he fears that his genetic legacy may have burdened her with the same illness. His sanity is then shattered when he loses his child and the military abducts him claiming that she recorded a song broadcast from another world.

A voice inside Stephen’s head convinces him that he can bring his daughter back to life. What he discovers instead is a stunning truth about himself, his child’s destiny, and fate of the entire human race…

Melody is a riveting and thought-provoking science fiction novel. If you like first contact scenarios and action-filled pages, then you’ll love David Hoffer’s otherworldly adventure.

From 5-star Amazon reviews..    “Fast Moving Page Turner”    “Hard to put down”    “Gripping – A MUST read”    “Not the Usual First Contact Story”    “A pleasurable read to devour”    “Riveting and thought-provoking”    “Outstanding SciFi”

The brutal murder of a waitress leads a Long Island detective to the most complicated case of his career…. Tumbling Down (Detective Jericho) by Walter Marks

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Tumbling Down (The Detective Jericho Series Book 6)

by Walter Marks
4.4 stars – 82 reviews
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Kirkus Review: The brutal murder of a waitress leads a Long Island detective to the most complicated case of his career in this sixth installment of a series.
Detective Neil Jericho of the East Hampton Police Department is visiting his daughter, Katie, when he receives a call from his supervisor, Chief Krauss. A waitress was found murdered and Krauss wants Jericho to investigate. The victim is identified as 21-year-old Sally Espinosa Baez and an examination of her body reveals that she is a transsexual. Jericho turns to dispatcher Evangeline “Vangie” Clark for help. Vangie and her wife, Ingrid, attend meetings of the Hamptons LGBTQ Center and she can assist with the nuances of the case. The search for Baez’s next of kin leads Jericho to Phyllis Sonnenschein, an LGBTQ activist and candidate for town supervisor of East Hampton. Sonnenschein opened her home to Baez and she believes the killing is a hate crime. Evidence gathered at the homicide scene points in that direction. Meanwhile, Jericho’s girlfriend, tattoo artist Rainbow, and her business are targeted by a member of a hate group. As both cases intensify, Jericho discovers surprising secrets in Baez’s past that may hold the key to her murder. The latest installment of Marks’ (Amazing Detective, 2017, etc.) series starring Jericho deepens the development of the central characters while featuring a complex murder mystery full of surprising twists and turns. The narrative is anchored by Jericho, a dedicated detective with an unerring sense of justice. His devotion to his job cost him his marriage and he is determined not to make the same mistakes in his relationship with Rainbow. The supporting characters are equally well-developed, particularly Vangie, a 911 dispatcher who aspires to move up within the department. The investigation into the murder of Baez unfolds methodically as Jericho uncovers the tragic circumstances of her past and the mystery surrounding her death…
A finely paced crime thriller that should appeal to new and established fans of the series.

A gripping, emotional rollercoaster read you’ll devour in one sitting: The Forgotten Woman by Angela Marsons

The Forgotten Woman: A gripping, emotional rollercoaster read you’ll devour in one sitting

by Angela Marsons
4.5 stars – 1,083 reviews
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Two ordinary women. Two damaged lives. One friendship that would save them both

Kit Mason has lived a life of unimaginable pain. An ex-prostitute, she has fled the clutches of an abusive pimp and now finds herself living hand to mouth in a new city, without anyone to help her.

Frances Thornton seems to be living the perfect life. A lawyer from a privileged background, her perfect façade hides the painful secrets that still haunt her.

Brought together by their attempts to conquer their addictions in an Alcoholics Anonymous meeting, the two women strike up an unlikely friendship.

But can they find strength in each other – or will the demons of their past catch up with them?

A compelling, moving and ultimately uplifting novel about overcoming the very worst life can throw at you and starting over. The perfect read for fans of Jodi Picoult and Amanda Prowse.

See what readers are saying about The Forgotten Woman:

‘This story will pull at your heart strings, and you will never forget it. I loved it!… a very moving and emotionally inspiring novel about overcoming adversities and starting over.’ Consumer Reviewer

‘Raw, gritty, tender, and so very genuine. With characters so real you can’t help but be completely engrossed…I devoured this book in two sittings.’ (5 stars) Honest Book Reviews

‘This is the second non crime book I’ve read by Angela Marsons and as a crime fiction obsessive I just want to say wow wow wow!…Reading this book had me in tears, in fits of laughter and feeling angry all at the same time…a well-deserved 5 star read!’ (5 stars) Chapter in my Life

‘I love Angela Marsons’ Kim Stone series and so was eager to read something from her that’s a bit different…I loved this book, the story completely enveloped me and I thought the characters and subjects were sensitively handled.’ Purple Bookstand

‘This is a gripping, tension filled story…I read this through in one sitting, it is a compelling read.’ (5 stars) Angry Grey Cat Reads

‘A stunningly feelgood novel…This is a very well written book where you instantly feel empathy for the characters, what they gone through and how they have dealt with it in their own way…A heartfelt read.’ (5 stars) Nicki’s Book Blog

This is a story of strength and the power of friendship…I couldn’t stop reading.’ (5 stars) Many Books Many Lives

‘I found this book very hard to put down…I’m giving this one 5 stars not just because it is well earned, but also because it is superior storytelling…I thoroughly enjoyed every page and had I not already been a big fan, this book alone would have me chasing up anything by this author. Angela Marsons delivers again!’ (5 stars) The Reading Room

‘I had a lot of trouble putting this one down. It was well-written and incredibly gripping. I was so emotionally invested into these characters.’ Dee’s Rad Reads and Reviews

A man goes up in flames. Was it an accident or murder? Burning Water (Gwynn Reznick Mystery Thriller Series Book 3) by Inge-Lise Goss

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Burning Water: A Gwynn Reznick Mystery (Gwynn Reznick Mystery Thriller Series Book 3)

by Inge-Lise Goss
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Gwynn Reznick returns as a rookie private investigator…

…to find the truth.

Placed in an accounting role to watch the key players up close, she uncovers financial irregularities while delving into clues that lead her into dangerous situations. To obtain information, she becomes entangled with a tough crew of oil field workers. Their interpersonal jealousies and mysterious pasts intersect to obscure the truth.

Unraveling connecting threads that link to multiple disappearances, Gwynn discovers she’s pitted against polished criminal professionals and finds herself in the center of a devious scheme.

Money shortages and illicit affairs…

…point to several suspects.

Will her sleuthing blow her cover before her backup team arrives?Any reader who enjoys action, adventure, murder mysteries, or just a plain good read will love Burning Water, the third book in the Gwynn Reznick series.

Sit in prison or join the military. The choice is yours… Sentenced to War by J.N. Chaney and Jonathan Brazee

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Sentenced to War

by J.N. Chaney and Jonathan Brazee
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Sit in prison or join the military. The choice is yours.

Convicted of a minor traffic violation, Rev Pelletier is conscripted into the Perseus Union Marine Corps . . . for up to a thirty-year term of service.

Anxious to get back to his civilian life and job, Rev opts for a shorter term as a Marine Raider taking the fight to the enemy.

But with extremely high mortality rates, can he and his friends survive until their term of service is over?

Download Sentenced to War now to follow Rev through perilous battles as he fights to hold back the alien invasion. If you’re a fan of Old Man’s War, Starship Troopers, or Armor, you’ll love this military scifi thrill ride.

Wanted: Virtuous young ladies to become the brides of industrious settlers in a foreign land. Returns not permitted… The Company Daughters by Samantha Rajaram

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The Company Daughters: A heart-wrenching colonial love story

by Samantha Rajaram
4.3 stars – 374 reviews
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“Blew my mind… so magically written and most of all that it is based on true events… a hard-hitting, soul-crushing book… I loved every moment of it… immersive, heart-wrenching, I feel emotional writing this review.” Goodreads reviewer, 5 stars

Wanted: Company Daughters. Virtuous young ladies to become the brides of industrious settlers in a foreign land. The Company will pay the cost of the lady’s dowry and travel. Returns not permitted, orphans preferred.

Amsterdam, 1620. Jana Beil has learned that life rarely provides moments of joy. Having run away from a violent father, her days are spent searching for work in an effort to stay out of the city brothels, where desperate women trade their bodies for a mouthful of bread. But when Jana is hired as a servant for the wealthy and kind Master Reynst and his beautiful daughter Sontje, Jana’s future begins to look brighter.

Then Master Reynst loses his fortune on a bad investment, and everything changes. The house is sold to creditors, leaving Jana back on the street and Sontje without a future.

With no other choice, Jana and Sontje are forced to sign with the East India Company as Company Daughters: sailing to a colonial Dutch outpost to become the brides of male settlers they know nothing about. With fear in their hearts, the girls begin their journey – but what awaits them on the other side of the world is nothing like what they’ve been promised…

Based on true history, this is a gripping and unputdownable historical novel, perfect for fans of Girl with a Pearl EarringThe Miniaturist and The Indigo Girl.

What readers are saying about The Company Daughters:

Blew my mind… a book I’ve told so many people about purely because I’m still in disbelief that it exists, that it’s so magically written and most of all that it is based on true events… a hard-hitting, soul-crushing book of a woman’s struggle to survive… I loved every moment of it. Breathlessly, and in a way that took up my entire brain… immersive, heart-wrenching, and I feel emotional writing this review.’ Goodreads reviewer, 5 stars

From the moment I started reading The Company Daughters, I was captivated by this historical tale. Although it does contain a love story, it’s not a romance…This was a gripping read.’ Goodreads reviewer

‘This book is so stunningly tender and beautiful, all mixed in with some seriously tragic and heart-wrenching events… Rajaram is an extremely skilled writer, and I love her writing style… The themes of sisterhood and female love were so present in this book and I found it very moving.’ Goodreads reviewer