W is for Wicked
by Lotta Smith, Hot Tree Editing
Murder investigation is tricky – especially when the deceased threatens to kill you… Former medical student turned FBI special assistant Amanda Meyer isn’t thrilled about her new gig as a ghost whisperer, especially now that she has the spirit of a departed drag queen following her around. But having a pal on the other side may just come in handy when a billionaire’s widow meets her untimely demise and Amanda and her oh so sexy boss, Rick Rowling, head of the Paranormal Cases Division, are called in to find the killer.
(Paranormal in Manhattan Mysteries)
by Jonathan Janz
Jonathan Janz’s brand new release brings the original novella that started it all – Exorcist Road – and a brand-new full-length novel (Exorcist Falls) together for a shattering experience in supernatural terror.
Chicago is gripped by terror. The Sweet Sixteen Killer is brutally murdering young women, and the authorities are baffled. When the police are called to an affluent home in the middle of the night, they learn that a seemingly normal fourteen-year-old boy has attacked his family.
A Fine Night for Dying
by Jack Higgins
The death of a gangster draws super-spy Paul Chavasse into a breathtaking adventure on the high seas – an unforgettable tale from one of the true masters of modern thriller writing, the bestselling author of Midnight Runner and The Keys of Hell.
(The Paul Chavasse Mysteries)
WORTHY OF THIS GREAT CITY
by Mike Miller
Ruth Askew, a minor celebrity, is spouting some highly incompetent philosophy about the end of philosophy, a fortunate woman mysteriously pushed to extremes. Con Manos, a journalist, is searching for certainty, meanwhile attempting to uncover a political scandal or two.
In Worthy Of This Great City the compelling stories of two stubborn individualists intertwine in a scathing satire that invites you to question everything you think you think about today’s most discussed issues: populism and elitism, the possibility of truth, the reach of profound stupidity, and the limits of personal responsibility in these post-truth, morally-uncertain times.