Fiction - Mystery - Historical

Richter's War

Case of the Japanese Alien
By Daniel P. Douglas

Richter's War: Case of the Japanese Alien is a short, hard-boiled mystery story written by Daniel P. Douglas. Karol Eugen Richter, aka Geno Richter, was medically exempted from military service, but he's still actively working for the government in their efforts against the Nazis who've...

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Requiem for Sherlock Holmes

By Paul Stuart Hayes

Requiem for Sherlock Holmes by Paul Stuart Hayes includes five new Sherlock Holmes cases. Holmes has died and Watson has decided to write up a small number of cases that for one reason or another had never been published. The first, Sherlock Holmes and...

Rose Wood

By Sharon Mikeworth

Rose Wood is a paranormal thriller written by Sharon Mikeworth. Aileen is a writer who works for the Southern Aurora Magazine. Her column, Skeptical Traveler, is an ongoing report and record of the paranormal activities and places she's investigated. While she tries not to seem...

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Rails and Aces

By Vickie Britton,Loretta Jackson

Rails and Aces is a western novel by Loretta Jackson and Vickie Britton. Jace Keeler is playing poker on a train with some men and a beautiful woman named Deliah. A gang of bandits robs the train and steals payroll money. Jace chases after them...

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Reenacting A Murder

By Wayne Zurl

When the book cover read, “A Sam Jenkins Mystery Short,” it wasn’t kidding. At just 51 pages cover to cover, there was hardly enough time to provide a longer story. The main character is Sam Jenkins, who, like the author, is a retired New York...

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Rising Power

By Joseph P. Ryncarz

Fifty years after nuclear devastation, things are finally beginning to start anew. Out of the ashes in what was once the American Northwest, Canada and Alaska, new nations are formed and are fighting for survival and existence. While a semblance of civilization has returned, many...

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