The Big Four: A Hercule Poirot Mystery Illustrated Kindle Edition

Are you a fan of Agatha Christie’s mysteries? If so, you’ll love this illustrated edition of “The Big Four.” Beautiful full page illustrations in color and detailed black and white images. Unabridged Not only does this book contain the complete text of Christie’s classic detective novel, but it also features beautiful illustrations. These illustrations bring the characters and scenes to life, making it feel like you’re right there alongside Poirot as he tries... [Read More...]

Free: Cold Comfort

How do you catch a killer who never leaves a clue? Bridgette Casseldhorf is a rookie detective working her first murder case.  The circumstances surrounding the murder of a young woman lead Bridgette to believe it’s the work of a serial killer, but nobody is listening. Convinced the killer will strike again shortly, can she find enough evidence to stop the killer before another young woman is murdered? Free on Kindle. ... [Read More...]

Murder at the Hunt Ball : A 1920s Historical Cozy Mystery (An Evie Parker Mystery Book 10)

While Evie thinks about becoming a lady detective, Henrietta, the Dowager Countess of Woodridge, is busy trying to find Tom Winchester a title. Suddenly, Evie and her relatives become involved in a local mystery. The hunt is on to discover the author of a threatening letter before he makes good on his threat. Fun-filled 1920s cozy mystery $0.99 on Kindle. ... [Read More...]


Stephanie Courtland is deeply troubled: she suffers from Dissociative Identity Disorder, which makes it impossible for her to understand the wrongfulness of the murderous acts committed by her alters. Beth, on the surface, appears calm, reasonable, and wanting to be in control. Stephanie’s psychologist. Dr. James Galloway is suspicious of this behavior because of Beth’s constant internal dialogue with Tiffany – the dominant personality. Tiffany thrives on adrenaline and violen... [Read More...]

What Comes Before

Lord Harry Paterson, Sheriff of the County of Yorkshire, is coerced back to work for the British Security Services after witnessing the macabre death of a beautiful, young woman at a grouse shoot hosted by his friend and ex-fellow army officer, Viscount Winston Bottomly. Unbeknownst to Harry, the woman – the Viscount’s fiancée – had stolen a top-secret file from the French consulate in London, containing information about an innovative encryption method called post quantum signal... [Read More...]

Free: The Moscow Brief

It’s been five years since CIA agent Travis Bishop walked away from his career… Now living on a ranch in Texas training performance horses, he swore he’d never go back. The arrival of an unexpected guest at the ranch throws Travis headfirst into trouble. A man shows up on his doorstep claiming an agent that saved his life has gone dark and is nowhere to be found. Worse yet, the CIA believes her to be a traitor. A simple dinner to talk through the details leads to murder and a plan to ... [Read More...]

Free: DCI Alice Candy

DCI Alice Candy is a formidable woman and a respected detective who has an edge: she has powers of perception that verge on the psychic, although she is no believer in magic. In this typically British detective series, and with the help of her logical sidekick, DI Will Brady, she untangles a steady stream of mysteries that land on her desk, from kidnapping, to murder, to criminal deception. Her relationship with DI Will Brady is professional, despite the fact that there is an undercurrent of so... [Read More...]

Vampires and Villains: Magical Mystery Book Club Book 2

Paige and her joyful Aunt Glo have learned that the home they inherited comes with a magical library. They put together a book club group of loveable kooks to explore the magic. They’ve recovered from their first book journey, and they all agree on their next book which takes place on a cruise ship bound for Hawaii. Problem is, they were so excited about the cruising idea that they didn’t read the entire blurb on the back of the book. (“It was entirely too long,” explains Zell.) Once on... [Read More...]