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  • Awakening the Wolf, A Shadow-walkers werewolf romance by Kelley Heckart

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    (This is a standalone story.)

    Do you like paranormal romances with hunky werewolves and a murder mystery? Rock Star meets Supernatural in this exciting new series. The women are the rock stars here, and they command the supernatural alpha males in their lives. Grab a copy now and enter the sexy, scary, and thrilling world of Shadow-walkers.

    She doesn’t believe in love.

    The controversial, promiscuous lead singer of the all-female hard rock band Hecate’s Fury, Cyn has vowed never to commit to one man. She’s also a Shadow-walker, whose Wolfsangel rune binds her to werewolves.

    When a werewolf mysteriously dies in her bed after a BDSM session, she tries to hunt down his killer. It’s no easy task since the werewolf had a lot of enemies within his pack and a rival one.

    Even her unrestrained heart can be captured.

    Two charming, handsome werewolves vie for her attentions. Both are suspects. As the clues lead to a shocking discovery connected to her past, Cyn realizes she is tied to these werewolves by more than her mystical rune. Even if she opens her heart to love, werewolves are monogamous. She is not.
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    Series blurb:
    The five young women of Hecate’s Fury are more than rock stars.
    They are Shadow-walkers, chosen to help the supernatural world.
    There’s just one problem—no one trained them.

  • Murder Without Pity by Steve Haberman

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    Paris, France: dark with fog, riots over police killings, dirty Russian money, and Far Right demagogues.
    Here state criminal investigator, Stanislas Cassel, grandson of a French propagandist for the Nazis during WWII, works at the Palace of Justice. Ashamed of his family’s infamy, he avoids anything political. Instead he absorbs himself solving small crimes. Little does he suspect the life-changing shock awaiting him when he looks into the bizarre murder of a pensioner, who seemed to have lived an uneventful life. “Murder Without Pity,” by Steve Haberman, a mystery thriller for today’s turbulent, dangerous times!

  • Written to Death by zach abrams

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    It was scarcely the first time that bestselling author Sheila Armstrong had died on stage; it would most certainly be the last.

    DCI Alex Warren and his girlfriend, DI Sandra McKinnon, return from a short holiday, but hardly manage to step from the plane before he’s called to investigate the suspicious death.

    Sheila,a member of Eastfarm Writers, has been stabbed to death, on stage, in a school, during a rehearsal of a play she’d written. Her death mimics the plot.

    Within hours Sandra is roped into investigating a series of crimes which appear to be mob related.

    Both their enquiries run in parallel as they each struggle to make progress while supporting each other professionally and emotionally.

    Written to Death is the third novel in the Alex Warren murder mystery series by Zach Abrams.

  • A Permanent Solution by TS Roberts

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    Aiden Kemper’s mistress is insisting that he tell his wife about them and make the break that he has been promising–or she’ll break the news to his wife. Aiden isn’t about to throw away the marriage to be with his latest fling. He just needs her to go away. He really needs a permanent solution. See how he finds the solution and how his wife finds her own permanent solution in this intriguing story of murder, love and revenge.

  • Who Killed ‘Tom Jones’? by Gale Martin

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    Ellie Overton is a 28-year-old rest home receptionist with a pussycat nose who also happens to be gaga for the pop singer Tom Jones. Regrettably single, she is desperate to have a white-hot love relationship, like those she’s read about in romance novels. Following an astrological hunch, she attends a Tom Jones Festival and meets an available young impersonator with more looks and personality than talent. Though he’s knocked out of the contest, he’s still in the running to become Ellie’s blue-eyed soul mate—until he’s accused of killing off the competition. It’s not unusual that the handsome police detective working the case is spending more time pursuing Ellie than collaring suspects. So, she enlists some wily and witty rest home residents to help find the real murderer. Will Ellie crack the case? Must she forfeit her best chance for lasting love to solve the crime?

  • Breaching The Guardian Dimension by Cory Richardson

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    a.k.a. Sustained Augmented Brain Energy Retransmitting (SABER) Ladder.

    In the 2090’s, mind manipulating “4M” devices are used extensively for “rehabilitation” and have advanced to the point of a bold new usage – breaching the guardian dimension or, as some call it, supernatural exposures.

    Coming of age in the 2090’s, friends Marcus, Randi, Vamir and Meagan soon find themselves working at a prestigious government-funded supernatural research facility. Something goes wrong after Marcus’ very first “exposure.” His friends watch in disbelief as other employees mysteriously die right after their 4M experiences. It is not clear whether they’re victims of machine malfunctions, the guardians or something else.

    During the mayhem, Randi and Meagan find the “something more” in their relationship that Randi has been longing for all along. Like their favorite song, it’s para, para, paradise. But something connected to the research program dooms the girls’ alliance.

    The four friends’ relationships are tested as they attempt to work together to figure out why people in the program have been dying for eight years and what can be done to right some of the damages. The answers lie in where the 4M machines can go.