A Touch of Cold

By Neven Orhel

Wei, central character in "A Touch of Cold", has gone to medical school in China, but her older brother, Gun, is incurably ill and Wei has tried everything, even Japanese acupuncture dano-kyu, to cure him but Gun never responds. Their father, Wang, is an archeologist...

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All the Evils

By Stefan Vucak

Working as a researcher in the Vatican’s Secret Archives, Father Garbaldi finds an ancient papyrus hidden in a codex from Alexandria. He has no idea about the imminent events that will turn his world upside down, making him a fugitive from his own church. What...

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Abandoned

A collection of short stories
By Karen Lewis

Abandoned is a collection of six short suspense/mystery stories written by Karen Lewis. The short stories include: Abandoned, Blind Panic, Not Really Murder, The Cellar Door, The Respectable Recluse and The Flying Dutchman. After traveling from the UK into Canada, Evelyn was waiting for her...

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A Questionable Life

By Luke Lively

Jack Oliver was a born and bred banking executive in Philadelphia. He was the second in command at the Merchants` Bank. He neglected his wife and children,only spending time with them when it benefited his career. His mistress was only interested in how many zeros...

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A Jolly Good Fellow

By Stephen V. Masse

Duncan Wagner despised State Representative Winthrop Lowell Booker, III. He had his revenge planned; he would take the man’s son. When Duncan saw his opening, he kidnapped eleven-year-old Gabriel Booker, but things did not go quite as he planned. He never expected to like to...