Publication Date: October 2, 2016
Harley Hill and her finder agency partner, Cordelia, are hired to find a diary written by John Dee, advisor to Queen Elizabeth I. When their search leads them to a dead body, they find themselves thrust into the English underworld and into a plot that could end the monarchy.
Murder on the Page is the second book in the Harley Hill series.
Continue reading Murder on the Page (Harley Hill Mysteries Book 2) by Kennedy Chase
Publication Date: February 12, 2015
Nick is a lawyer with a deep love for the music industry. His dream has always been to own his own record label and when Mel and his money comes into the picture, suddenly those dreams are within reach. Avery is a rookie reporter looking for her break and seeing potential for an interesting story in Mel, a man with clear ties to the unsavory. In a society of excess and where everything comes with a price, will they all come out alive?
Continue reading Jukebox by Saira Viola
Publication Date: November 7, 2016
In 1892, an American journalist named Elizabeth Banks launched the ultimate social experiment. She lived side by side with the people of Victorian England working in all manners of jobs from street sweeper to maid for some of the most demanding matrons in London. She also posed as an heiress to get the perspective of the elite. Adventures of an American Girl in London was originally published in 1894.
Continue reading Adventures of an American Girl in Victorian London by Elizabeth L. Banks
Publication Date: September 6, 2016
Annie McDee is a chef that has had a hard time with love. Still heartbroken by the end of her long term relationship, she takes a lover for whom she plans an elaborate birthday dinner and buys a painting. When he stands her up, she’s left with the gift which turns out to be worth a lot and sought after by some unsavory and dangerous folks. The painting takes Annie on a path leading through European history and possibly to love.
Continue reading The Improbability of Love by Hannah Rothschild
Publication Date: January 13, 2016
The Slaughtered Virgin of Zenopolis features a throwback humor that smacks of the zany comedy of British films in the 1960s. Detective Capstan is a straight man in a world that no longer makes sense. Recently transferred to Bath, he meets young Becky Phillips when she helps some addled criminals in a bank robbery gone nonsensical.
Continue reading The Slaughtered Virgin of Zenopolis by David Blake
Publication Date: August 1, 2016
When Vivian Morse, a social worker, is found beaten to death in the woods, it seems an open and shut case. Obviously, Vivian’s estranged husband is her killer. What seems to be isn’t always the case when one of Vivian’s co-workers goes missing. Can D.C.I. Hatherall solve the case of Who Killed Vivien Morse?
Continue reading Who Killed Vivien Morse (DCI Hatherall Book 4) by Diana J. Febry
Publication Date: February 16, 2016
Alonzo Fields started working in the White House in 1931 and was the head butler for the four Presidents – Hoover, Roosevelt, Truman and Eisenhower. My 21 Years in the White House is a look through the eyes of a man keenly aware of the unique position he held and with nearly unlimited access at crucial points in U.S. history and his encounters with the world leaders that visited.
Continue reading My 21 Years in the White House by Alonzo Fields
Publication Date: February 24, 2015
A dismembered arm leads a quirky cast of characters on a wild chase through South Florida and the Bahamian Islands. Catching a killer becomes the sole focus of Andrew Yancy, a disgraced cop searching for redemption and longing to leave his new roach patrol assignment to return to investigating.
Continue reading Bad Monkey by Carl Hiaasen
Publication Date: February 2, 2017
Caelie’s family has been betrayed by a trusted confidante and she is the lone survivor. She wanders through the frozen tundra looking for healing and safety.
Continue reading Caelie After The Massacre: A Short Story by Wendy Fisher
Publication Date: February 14, 2017
Cinderelleper is a satirical retelling of the classic Grimm fairy tale and the Cinderella movie produced by Disney in the 1950s.
Continue reading Cinderelleper: A Fairytale Satire by Ford Forkum