Publication Date: November 27, 2016
Eddie is a 52-year-old loner living in Barstow, California in the 1950s. He spends the free time away from he has at his job in the bank watching movies. When Mary Rose comes into the bank looking like a movie star, Eddie finds her irresistible. He discovers that she and her father moved to the area after experiencing a windfall. As enchanted as he is by Mary Rose, when her father presents the idea of a bank heist, Eddie knows he needs to walk away. But can he just leave?
Continue reading Need More Road by Stephen Jared
Publication Date: November 30, 2016
Jason Krabb is a normal high-school kid hating school, stealing money from his mom’s purse and feeling up hams (which he imagines are like breasts) in the grocery store. His goals are to be a rockstar and get a girlfriend. When he goes to a bonfire and meets a girl, his life plans change. As things get difficult at home, how will this boy become a man in 1990s Idaho?
Continue reading Pipeliner by Shaw Hartje
Publication Date: October 30, 2017
Khian, a decorated commander, has been assigned to Thebes to serve out his military career before returning to his farm for planting season. Tuya is one of the most trusted companions of the Pharoah’s wife. When fate throws them together for Khian to act as protector, their attraction grows. When Tuya is kidnapped, Khian is her only hope.
Lady of the Nile is the 7th book in the Gods of Egypt series.
Continue reading Lady of the Nile by Veronica Scott
Publication Date: October 25, 2011
What are the ingredients for an enjoyable murder mystery? Take Agatha Christie, add a famous, Belgian detective, a dash of a humorous butler, an unexpected guest, complex, well-developed characters and you have Hercule Poirot’s Christmas.
Agatha Christie’s seasonal book, Hercule Poirot’s Christmas, was originally published in 1939. It is the 19th book in the Hercule Poirot Mystery Series and is Christie’s response to the criticism of her brother-in-law. He told her that her murders were getting too refined. Therefore, Christie dedicated this book to her brother-in-law, James with “You yearned for a good violent murder with lots of blood … so this is your special story.”
Continue reading Hercule Poirot’s Christmas (Hercule Poirot Mystery) by Agatha Christie
Publication Date: November 30, 2011
Chelsea Roberts’s family died in an accident on Christmas Day. As the holidays approach, she feels it best to spend time near friends but still feels hopelessly lonely. Nick Collins has found himself on his own with a newborn and while he has family all around, he’s also hopelessly lonely. Can these people find their way through the pain and find happiness together?
Continue reading An Unforgettable Christmas by Trisha Wilson
Publication Date: October 26, 2010
Luther and Nora Krank typically do Christmas on overdrive but when their daughter, Blair, joins a Peace Corp trip in Peru for the holiday season they’re faced with a holiday season alone. Luther crunches the numbers and finds a vacation would save them a lot of money and stress. The Krank’s neighbors aren’t on board with their decision as it jeopardizes the block’s chances of winning the local decorating contest. With the Kranks fighting everyone, what happens when their daughter decides to come home for Christmas?
Continue reading Skipping Christmas by John Grisham
Publication Date: October 7, 2010
The Physicists was written by the author, Friedrich Dürrenmatt in 1961. Dürrenmatt is a twentieth-century, Swiss playwright, novelist and essayist who is renowned for his philosophical crime novels (The Inspector Barlach Mysteries: The Judge and His Hangman and Suspicion) as well as in his satiric, tragic-comic dramas that are centered around post-World War II. The Physicists is his first classically constructed work and is generally considered his best play. It deals with the ethics of science. In 1963, the play was performed worldwide and was finally staged in New York in 1964. If you don’t mind spoilers, continue reading.
Continue reading The Physicists by Friedrich Dürrenmatt
Publication Date: April 30, 2017
Elliot Rose is the guy that makes the ghostly events happen on the television show Ghosthunters UK when he runs into a real ghost. Gordon Cole was Hapkito, a popular wrestler in the 80s. Gordon thinks that his return is some higher elevation achieved but what’s really going on?
Continue reading The impending Sausage Sandwich of Doom by Kirk St. Moritz
Publication Date: November 6, 2017
Zenka is a Hungarian pole dancer that mob boss Jack Murray saved from certain death. When he discovers that he has a son and finds that he’s not everything he could have hoped for, Jack asks Zenka to transform his warm-hearted and weak-spirited son. Will Jack and his son, Nicholas, turn out to be cut from the same cloth?
Continue reading Zenka by Alison Brodie
Publication Date: September 10, 2017
It’s 1929 and Silent Film Ingenue. Lottie Landry returns to the home of her adopted parents just outside of Chicago with her intended husband and frequent co-star, Noble Howard. Lottie isn’t sure about the engagement as her affections lie elsewhere. When things with Lottie don’t go his way, Noble threatens to expose what he believes has been going on between his lady love and her adopted father, media mogul Ransom Warne. Will it be a scandal or something more sinister that brings death to the household?
Continue reading Coattails and Cocktails: Murder with a Twist by Rumer Haven