Do You Have a Catharsis Handy?

Five-Minute Writing Tips
By Kathleen Kaska

Do You Have a Catharsis Handy? Five-Minute Writing Tips is a nonfiction writing skills guide by Kathleen Kaska. Kaska is a blogger, author and the Marketing Director of Cave Art Press. She was also a middle-school science teacher for twenty-five years, and is an avid...

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Death on Tyneside

Agnes Lockwood Mysteries book 2
By Eileen Thornton

A killer is marring the faces of his victims and removing their fingertips, trying to conceal their identities, in the winning sleuth murder mystery Death on Tyneside (Agnes Lockwood Mysteries Book 2) by Eileen Thornton. After helping Detective Chief Inspector Alan Johnson wind up a...

Deadline for Murder

By John L. Evans

Deadline for Murder is a police procedural novel written by John L. Evans. John Kendrick had been a renowned Beverly Hills attorney, a well-known member of the firm of Schapiro & Dunne, but when Detective Kellerman and his partner Rodriguez first came in contact with...

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Dead Lemons

By Finn Bell

Dead Lemons by Finn Bell takes a look at a young paraplegic, stuck in a wheelchair because of his own bad, drunken decisions and trying to come to terms with the mess he has made of his life. His drinking has cost him his marriage...

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Descent Into Hell

By George Encizo

Revenge is sweet, even if it takes a while, as the murderer knows in George Encizo’s thriller, Descent Into Hell. Sheriff J.D. Pickens comes under pressure when Tommy Benson and Rhonda Hicks are murdered in the small Creek City community. He and his deputies work...

Deadly Dunes

A Mac McClellan Mystery
By E. Michael Helms

Deception, betrayal and murder are the keynotes in the thrilling sleuth mystery Deadly Dunes by E. Michael Helms. Mac McClellan is a newly licensed private investigator in the state of Florida, and ready to take on his official first case. Mac's initial investigation involves information...

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Death of a Scam Artist

By Mike Befeler

Reginald Bentley III has a problem - his boss has given him a limited amount of time to make the Sunny Crest Retirement Community financially solvent before he closes it to sell it to a developer. As a financial man, he believes he has the...

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Depravity

By Emilie J. Howard

Depravity by Emilie J. Howard is a sensational story that explores the life of a farming community and the intangible threads that keep the people in the community together, its pulse, fears, and struggle to survive against impossible odds. Set in the late 1970s, this...

Deadly Dominoes

By Linda Pirtle

Deadly Dominoes by Linda Pirtle is a murder mystery novel that would appeal most to a mixed audience of young adults and adults who enjoy sleuthing stories and murder mysteries. Bill and Lillian Prestridge decide it is time for a relaxing RV vacation, yet their...

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Dead Cold

An Emily Stone Thriller
By Jennifer Chase

Jennifer Chase’s Dead Cold is the sixth of her Emily Stone thrillers, with a seventh in the pipeline. Emily and her partner, Rick Lopez, are ex law enforcement officers who’ve decided that rather than deal with the humdrum of everyday law enforcement, with its highs...

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