Death In The High Lonesome
by Clint Hollingsworth
WILDERNESS THRILLER. It’s common for the first day on the job to go badly, but not this badly. Tracker Mac Crow quickly goes from hunter to hunted. Mackenzie Crow is hired to trail a fugitive from the law. Mac might be new to bounty hunting, but he is right at home in the northern woods, and this is just the sort of job he needs to make a name for himself.
Skillfully pursuing a murderer deep into the wilderness, Mac assumes this manhunt will be a slam dunk, after all, law officers and fellow bounty hunter Rosa are at his side. Homo sapiens are full of surprises however, and the young tracker finds himself on the wrong end of the hunt.
(Mac Crow Thrillers)
Murder is Developmental
by Diane Weiner
When an escalating series of crimes threatens the teachers at Westbrook Developmental Preschool, amateur sleuth Susan Wiles jumps in with both feet to help the police solve the crime. After all, this is her granddaughter’s school! While uncovering mysterious clues, she realizes a family member’s life is in jeopardy, and that her biological mother has been hiding a secret. Can Susan balance her personal life while bringing back safety to her granddaughter’s school? Find out in Murder is Developmental.
(Susan Wiles Schoolhouse Mysteries)
The Heir of Hawksclaw
by Amanda DeWees
New Victorian gothic mystery from the author of the Daphne du Maurier Award-winning With This Curse!
In this short novella of about 80 pages, when governess Medora Yates sets out for mysterious Hawksclaw House in the dying days of 1856, she has no idea what is in store. Hired to care for her employers’ young son, she arrives in Yorkshire to find the boy too sick to meet her or Gerard Redfern, the new tutor. While the child’s mother prattles endlessly about young Louis, the surly father is interested in little beyond the contents of a bottle…
by Allan Leverone
A dirty politician. An ex-intelligence operative willing to do whatever it takes to help his boss get ahead. A terrified little girl, kidnapped off the street to be used as a pawn in a deadly game. And an aging assassin, looking to leave a life he’s come to despise. Over the course of a week, their fates will intersect in New Hampshire and suburban Washington DC, as The Organization’s Jack Sheridan faces off against an amoral and sociopathic foe in an intensely personal mission. Before the week is out, the mission may destroy not just Jack’s career but his personal life and the lives of those closest to him.
(Jack Sheridan Pulp Thrillers)
But Not Forgotten
by BJ Bourg
Embattled former detective Clint Wolf is the newly appointed police chief for Mechant Loup, a small swampy town in southeast Louisiana. Usually a quiet town, the tranquility of the place is shattered when a human arm is found in the jowls of an alligator. Once it’s determined the arm belongs to a reputable business owner, the race is on to find the man and figure out what happened to him. Little does Clint know that solving the case could unearth a plot so evil it would go down as the worst event in Louisiana history . . . and he might not live to see it.
(Clint Wolf Mystery Trilogy)
“What have I done? What have I become? Why Ted?”
Nancy Owens, a New York City 9/11 widow, returning from her husband’s memorial service is confronted by an influential mob boss’ goons. Nancy learns she has two choices: come up with the money her husband owed or pay the consequences. Motivated by desperation and fear, she turns to robbing banks.
The dire act yields more than the money she needs to pay off the lingering gambling debts; however, the high she experiences becomes an insatiable craving. Though, she pays off the debt, the boss realizes Nancy’s unique talents could be used for his own profit. Forced to work for the mob, she succumbs to a new, dangerous life of crime.
A Way That Seems Right
by Roland Holcombe
A Way That Seems Right is part dream, part vision, and Holy Spirit led surgery without the anesthesia of religion or routine. This book is for the leader, the teacher, the mature believer, the one who has that hunger for righteousness, and the pastor who knows there is more.
Be warned everything may not be as it seems. Should you choose to read this work approach it with the prayer that you yield yourself to be transformed into the image of Christ. It is my prayer that for everyone who would hear through these written words that light would shine into darkness, we would have eyes to see and ears to hear, and have our lives shaped by the truth that sets us free.