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By Shaun Mehta
Katherine Harmony Chambers is an abused, autistic savant child in a psychogenic coma. To escape her traumatic reality, she lives as Queen Kaila, the protagonist of a fantasy book she loved to read. Blaming himself for the murder of his wife and daughter, Detective Alex Knight searches for redemption by promising justice for the comatose twelve-year-old. Illuminated Shadows is an epic adventure in an enchanted world and a gripping police whodunit thriller that has reality and fantasy converging towards an inescapable collision.
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By D.C. Murphy
The Elephants Graveyard is like an epitaph without a tombstone.—Officer Kevin Martin, SFPD The Elephants Graveyard is the city’s skid row—the Tenderloin District of San Francisco. It’s a purgatory for the junkies and shadowy characters that frequent the dark alleys, bars, and fleabag hotels on the dark side of the city by the bay. But to some, it’s a sacred place to hide out, to fall off the face of God’s green earth, and never be found. And like the old African elephants who journeyed to a secret place to die, Rooster journeyed into the Tenderloin, and his bones will never be found. Sean Patrick Murphy walked into the Mill Valley Police Department for the first time back in 1971. Things were different back then, and had he known what he knows now, he would have turned around and walked right back out the door. Mill Valley was the best-kept secret in Marin County. White powder cocaine, marijuana, hot-tub orgies, and rock ‘n’ roll were all part of the scene. It was all fun and games until the Colombians moved in and ruined everything. The Sweetwater Bar took over as the West Coast cocaine connection, and the Medellín cartel started murdering anyone who stood in their way, including police officers. The twisting tale of corruption and greed took Murphy into the seedy underworld of a life he came to loathe. It was the drugs, extortion, philandering, and a ruined relationship that turned his life into a living hell. But somewhere along the way, Rooster snapped out of the slump he had fallen into. By the late seventies, the Colombians had been driven out of Mill Valley and into hiding. The Sweetwater Bar had been shut down, and top-ranking police officials had become the target of a federal RICO investigation. A special task force led by Officer Sean Murphy, dubbed “Rooster” by his peers, and the FBI went after the bad guys with a vengeance. And the dirty cops on the MVPD were on the top of list. By 1980, the United States attorney had indicted all of the players in the RICO investigation—Colombians and cops. But the Colombians and the owner of the Sweetwater, Lance Larkin, had fled to Bogotá and into the arms of the feared drug lord, Pablo Valencia. Finally, in 1982, extradition warrants were issued, charging Javier Valencia (son of Pablo Valencia) and Lance Larkin with racketeering, drug dealing, and murder. But the Colombians reacted violently, beheading a Supreme Court justice and vowing to kill everyone connected to the investigation. It was trouble all right. But when the Colombians crossed the line and kidnapped Rooster’s four-year-old daughter, everything changed. All bets were off. And it didn’t take long for the Colombians to become the victims. The Elephants Graveyard is the sequel to Rooster: A Badge, Gun, and Heartache.
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By D.C. Murphy
The Elephants Graveyard is like an epitaph without a tombstone.—Officer Kevin Martin, SFPD The Elephants Graveyard is the city’s skid row—the Tenderloin District of San Francisco. It’s a purgatory for the junkies and shadowy characters that frequent the dark alleys, bars, and fleabag hotels on the dark side of the city by the bay. But to some, it’s a sacred place to hide out, to fall off the face of God’s green earth, and never be found. And like the old African elephants who journeyed to a secret place to die, Rooster journeyed into the Tenderloin, and his bones will never be found. Sean Patrick Murphy walked into the Mill Valley Police Department for the first time back in 1971. Things were different back then, and had he known what he knows now, he would have turned around and walked right back out the door. Mill Valley was the best-kept secret in Marin County. White powder cocaine, marijuana, hot-tub orgies, and rock ‘n’ roll were all part of the scene. It was all fun and games until the Colombians moved in and ruined everything. The Sweetwater Bar took over as the West Coast cocaine connection, and the Medellín cartel started murdering anyone who stood in their way, including police officers. The twisting tale of corruption and greed took Murphy into the seedy underworld of a life he came to loathe. It was the drugs, extortion, philandering, and a ruined relationship that turned his life into a living hell. But somewhere along the way, Rooster snapped out of the slump he had fallen into. By the late seventies, the Colombians had been driven out of Mill Valley and into hiding. The Sweetwater Bar had been shut down, and top-ranking police officials had become the target of a federal RICO investigation. A special task force led by Officer Sean Murphy, dubbed “Rooster” by his peers, and the FBI went after the bad guys with a vengeance. And the dirty cops on the MVPD were on the top of list. By 1980, the United States attorney had indicted all of the players in the RICO investigation—Colombians and cops. But the Colombians and the owner of the Sweetwater, Lance Larkin, had fled to Bogotá and into the arms of the feared drug lord, Pablo Valencia. Finally, in 1982, extradition warrants were issued, charging Javier Valencia (son of Pablo Valencia) and Lance Larkin with racketeering, drug dealing, and murder. But the Colombians reacted violently, beheading a Supreme Court justice and vowing to kill everyone connected to the investigation. It was trouble all right. But when the Colombians crossed the line and kidnapped Rooster’s four-year-old daughter, everything changed. All bets were off. And it didn’t take long for the Colombians to become the victims. The Elephants Graveyard is the sequel to Rooster: A Badge, Gun, and Heartache.
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By Rocky Smith
Imagine This is a mystery fiction book that explores every aspect of the imagination, motivating all your brain waves with trip after trip, taking your mind to levels your psychic have never experienced before. After reading this book, your thought process will be as vast as the universe itself; your reality will expand to realms unthinkable. Open your mind, and get ready for adventures your brains will never forget.
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By Rocky Smith
Imagine This is a mystery fiction book that explores every aspect of the imagination, motivating all your brain waves with trip after trip, taking your mind to levels your psychic have never experienced before. After reading this book, your thought process will be as vast as the universe itself; your reality will expand to realms unthinkable. Open your mind, and get ready for adventures your brains will never forget.
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By Mickey Scheuring
“Heads Will Roll” is an exciting peek into the side show life of past carnivals when bearded ladies and pin bedecked people were still a thing of great interest to people. Th e 1990s hadn’t yet choked the airwaves with vast amounts of information. Eddie Riley, youngest reporter on the “Town Telegraph” fi nally has a girlfriend, but he has a hard time keeping her as he involves himself in the bizarre murder of the carnival manager. As the crime happens in the oddities side show, the characters in that show team up to help him. Sammy the Snake Man, Marvella the bearded lady and others try to help Ed as he snoops around for a story for his newspaper.
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By Caleb Lott
Based on a bizarre murder case that occurred in south Alabama, A Case of Consumption is the story of Mark Hatchett, a private detective with a strong sense of justice who is hired by her family to locate an exotic dancer, Lisa Lemon; a country girl who lost her way. When she is found dead, Hatchett is paired with Jo Ward, a novice sheriff’s investigator, and the two wade into a world of perversion and violence; so violent that Ward has to keep a close eye on Hatchett, lest he lose his own way. Too many suspects and too many motives must be swept away before the fateful confrontation with Lisa Lemon’s killer. A Case of Consumption is a study of the conflict that occurs when justice meets the law. Sometimes it’s better to be right than legal.
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By Caleb Lott
Based on a bizarre murder case that occurred in south Alabama, A Case of Consumption is the story of Mark Hatchett, a private detective with a strong sense of justice who is hired by her family to locate an exotic dancer, Lisa Lemon; a country girl who lost her way. When she is found dead, Hatchett is paired with Jo Ward, a novice sheriff’s investigator, and the two wade into a world of perversion and violence; so violent that Ward has to keep a close eye on Hatchett, lest he lose his own way. Too many suspects and too many motives must be swept away before the fateful confrontation with Lisa Lemon’s killer. A Case of Consumption is a study of the conflict that occurs when justice meets the law. Sometimes it’s better to be right than legal.
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By Laird Smith
An historic tale of erotic scenarios and furtive explorations in one of Canada’s foremost tourist attractions: Prince Edward Island. The two main characters, Cheryl Maguire and Christopher Laird, are both just out of high school and coincidentally obtain summer jobs at the same fast food establishment in Cavendish, anchor of PEI’s National Park and legendary beaches. Chris, eighteen, is still a virgin and rectifying that condition is uppermost on his dating agenda. He’s a very well read individual with a passion for ‘who done it’ mysteries and a craving, albeit judiciously, for adventure. Cheryl is eighteen as well and, although a ‘take charge’ individual by nature, has led a very protective life until now. She’s also a literary fan and confides to Chris of having an imaginary bond, or ‘kindred spirit’ with an infamous female gangster of the dirty thirties. Their boss, Ollie Musick, is horse racing enthusiast and a possible crook. The disappearance and suspected murder Ollie’s sexy girlfriend, the owner of a provocative red dress, and the Robbery of the Century, not to mention the possible whereabouts of a priceless artifact, sets the stage for their involvement in intrigue and clandestine activities hitherto unheard-of on tranquil PEI.
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By Mike Gilmore
South Carolina Governor Rick O’Shay holds the highest approval ratings most citizens of the state can remember for several generations. His entry into statewide politics offered a fresh experience from old established political power. Now into his second term, he is determined to hold back cost by state politicians looking after their own special interest. On the evening of his twenty-fifth wedding anniversary celebration, within the beautiful surroundings of the Lace House on the governor’s complex in Columbia, someone decides O’Shay will not complete his term in office. Tommy Marks, senior investigator with SLED, South Carolina State Law Enforcement Division, and his partner Cathy Motts, are thrust into an investigation creating shock waves across the country. Facing pressures from high-ranking state politicians plus federal investigators wanting to remove SLED from the case, the two investigators race against a time limit to find the killer. Every person attending the party is a suspect including the highest elected officials in the state government. The Lace House Murder stays inside South Carolina but weaves fact and fiction together into an exciting narrative. When you are finished reading the book, you will be asking about the sequel.
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By Percy A. Kinney
25 years is a long time to carry guilt. But ex-cop and now coroner Roy Burtman had been able to manage it. Almost. As a recovering alcoholic with a couple of failed marriages behind him, he was doing the best that he could. But when a decades old case comes back to haunt him, he must face his guilt and demons head on. It had always been that way regarding Sarah. For 25 years now he wondered what really happened to her? What role did he play in her death? What level of responsibility should he accept? Little did he know that he would soon start on a journey where he would get the answers and ultimately he would have to settle for trading one set of nightmares and guilt for another.
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By Mike Gilmore
South Carolina Governor Rick O’Shay holds the highest approval ratings most citizens of the state can remember for several generations. His entry into statewide politics offered a fresh experience from old established political power. Now into his second term, he is determined to hold back cost by state politicians looking after their own special interest. On the evening of his twenty-fifth wedding anniversary celebration, within the beautiful surroundings of the Lace House on the governor’s complex in Columbia, someone decides O’Shay will not complete his term in office. Tommy Marks, senior investigator with SLED, South Carolina State Law Enforcement Division, and his partner Cathy Motts, are thrust into an investigation creating shock waves across the country. Facing pressures from high-ranking state politicians plus federal investigators wanting to remove SLED from the case, the two investigators race against a time limit to find the killer. Every person attending the party is a suspect including the highest elected officials in the state government. The Lace House Murder stays inside South Carolina but weaves fact and fiction together into an exciting narrative. When you are finished reading the book, you will be asking about the sequel.
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By Laird Smith
An historic tale of erotic scenarios and furtive explorations in one of Canada’s foremost tourist attractions: Prince Edward Island. The two main characters, Cheryl Maguire and Christopher Laird, are both just out of high school and coincidentally obtain summer jobs at the same fast food establishment in Cavendish, anchor of PEI’s National Park and legendary beaches. Chris, eighteen, is still a virgin and rectifying that condition is uppermost on his dating agenda. He’s a very well read individual with a passion for ‘who done it’ mysteries and a craving, albeit judiciously, for adventure. Cheryl is eighteen as well and, although a ‘take charge’ individual by nature, has led a very protective life until now. She’s also a literary fan and confides to Chris of having an imaginary bond, or ‘kindred spirit’ with an infamous female gangster of the dirty thirties. Their boss, Ollie Musick, is horse racing enthusiast and a possible crook. The disappearance and suspected murder Ollie’s sexy girlfriend, the owner of a provocative red dress, and the Robbery of the Century, not to mention the possible whereabouts of a priceless artifact, sets the stage for their involvement in intrigue and clandestine activities hitherto unheard-of on tranquil PEI.
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By Paul Eiseman

"Five Days in May: the Brookfield Murders" is the first in a series of Harrison Hunt Mysteries. The second volume "Six Days in June: the Havenport Murders" will soon be published.

When noted theatrical director and playwright Harrison Hunt reluctantly leaves "the Great White Way" for the rural community of Brookfield to workshop his new productions, he has no inkling that he will soon be up to his cashmere sweater in dead bodies, scandalous secrets and enough twists and turns to stymie even the most persevering of amateur sleuths.

Liberally laced with cultural references (both high and low) and sprinkled with dry wit reminiscent of the Nick and Nora films, "Five Days in May: the Brookfield Murders" will delight and glue mystery lovers to the last surprising and satisfying page.

For more information, go to www.harrisonhuntmysteries.com

 


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By Percy A. Kinney
25 years is a long time to carry guilt. But ex-cop and now coroner Roy Burtman had been able to manage it. Almost. As a recovering alcoholic with a couple of failed marriages behind him, he was doing the best that he could. But when a decades old case comes back to haunt him, he must face his guilt and demons head on. It had always been that way regarding Sarah. For 25 years now he wondered what really happened to her? What role did he play in her death? What level of responsibility should he accept? Little did he know that he would soon start on a journey where he would get the answers and ultimately he would have to settle for trading one set of nightmares and guilt for another.
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