November 15, 2022

The Persian Glories

This historical novel pits its protagonists against a relentless villain out to possess a priceless jewelry set at any cost.

The book opens with the pivotal moment in 1942 when Rena Anjani, young wife of the prime minister of Iran, attends a royal ball and lays eyes on the Persian Glories, a legendary parure of […]

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October 20, 2022

A Portion of Malice: Ages of Malice, Book I

Lloyd Jeffries’ first installment in his Ages of Malice saga is a fusion of arcane thriller and apocalyptic fiction that follows a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist as he becomes entangled in a potentially world-ending conflict between immortals.

Although Emery Merrick has won two Pulitzer Prizes, his personal life is in shambles. After drug and alcohol abuse […]

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October 11, 2022

The Maenad’s God

Karen Michalson’s first fiction release since her Enemy Glory trilogy is a genre-blending narrative that combines rock n’ roll and mythology with magic realism and crime fiction to create a highly palatable story with a distinctly unique flavor.

Set in 1992, the story revolves around Peter Morrow, a jaded Boston-based FBI agent who is sent […]

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October 10, 2022

The Excursion: A Thriller

In this fast-paced thriller, Charly Highsmith’s past and future collide as she tries to survive an excursion in the Rocky Mountains where people are both predators and prey.

Charly has led a troubled life. Her addict mother is dying, and her father disappeared when she was ten. When her mother reveals her father has died, […]

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October 3, 2022

The Beijing Blunder

The Beijing Blunder, the fourth book of Jay Perin’s One Hundred Years of War series (based on the Sanskrit epic The Mahabharata), continues the saga of three dynasties seeking control of the oil market.

In the series’ first three installments, the Barronses, Kingsleys and Sheppards arranged a marriage of convenience between Lilah Barrons and Brad […]

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September 26, 2022

Epiphany’s Murder

John Rosskopf’s mystery novel introduces Sacramento private investigator Jake Powers.

As the story begins, a wealthy woman arrives in Powers’ office, explaining that her daughter, Epiphany, was found drowned in the Sacramento River six months earlier. She claims Epiphany was murdered, despite police reports to the contrary. Informed that money is no object, Jake takes […]

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September 12, 2022

The Soul of an Arsonist

Arsonists are driven to start fires for many reasons. Some do it for monetary gain, some for vengeance. Others want to be gallant heroes, and still others may be suffering from psychological or emotional issues. As Austin McCawley focuses on the motivations of his antagonist in The Soul of An Arsonist, his story will forever […]

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August 29, 2022

Fixer

In Roderick C. Lankler’s crime thriller Fixer, someone is rigging juries, and it will take Assistant District Attorney for New York County Ian MacDonald, a retiring judge, and the NYPD Homicide Unit to stop them.

When Ian MacDonald rests the state’s case against Gino Conti, who is on trial for the rape and murder of […]

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August 29, 2022

Gothic Revival

Gothic Revival, by Michael Mullin, is a thriller centered on four old friends who are invited to a secluded villa on a lake by the fifth friend, Eric Asher.

The friends haven’t seen each other in 20 years, and Eric ostensibly wants to rekindle their friendship from grad school, where they all studied creative writing. […]

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August 22, 2022

Drawn Into Danger: Living on the Edge in the Sahara

Keith Costelloe’s new novel follows an Englishman in Algeria as he embraces a new way of life and finds himself involved in espionage.

The novel begins in 2021, when David Graham receives a phone call from an old acquaintance, Farid, whom he met during a youthful stay in Algeria. Farid is coming to town and […]

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