Our Author Catalog

Author Catalog
  Book results
Sort By:
Make Your Own Luck, A Remy Summer Woods Mystery by Joanne Lewis

Make Your Own Luck, A Remy Summer Woods Mystery

Written by: Joanne Lewis

Available In: eBook|Paperback

Author Website: http://www.joannelewiswrites.com/

Make Your Own Luck, a Remy Summer Woods mystery, is the unforgettable novel of a young attorney who refuses to believe thirteen-year-old Bonita killed her father, Patrick Pickney. Remy risks her relationship with her own father and her life to prove Bonita’s innocence. Along with learning what really happened the night Patrick was murdered, Remy discovers hard truths about her family and herself.

Mandarin Yellow by Steven M. Roth

Mandarin Yellow

Written by: Steven M. Roth

Available In: eBook|Paperback

Author Website: http://www.stevenmroth.com

Why would a burglar break into a Washington, DC art gallery and steal an historic fountain pen worth $2200, but leave behind other art and cultural objects worth tens of thousands of dollars each? And why would someone else later commit murder to protect the burglar’s secret?

These are some of the questions that confront Socrates Cheng — an American of Chinese and Greek heritage — in Steven M. Roth’s intricate murder mystery — Mandarin Yellow — as Socrates investigates the burglary and attempts to recover the pen, all in an effort to curry favor with his lover’s estranged father who is the leader of a Washington and Shanghai based criminal Triad.

In a search that takes him from Georgetown to Chinatown and elsewhere in Washington, Socrates finds himself threatened, physically assaulted, suspected of having committed murder, jailed for a time, and constantly confronted by conflicts arising out of his three disparate cultures. Yet he is neither daunted nor deterred by these obstacles. Instead, Socrates draws upon his deep knowledge of vintage fountain pens, Chinese history, and the Mandarin language to puzzle out the complex motives behind the burglary and murders, until he finally uncovers the identities of the criminals and makes a discovery that forever changes his life and the lives of everyone else involved.

Mandarin Yellow involves ethnic and cultural conflict, forbidden love, friendships sustained and friendships lost, and the ever present and sometimes deadly immutable law of unintended consequences. 

Mandarin Yellow is an intelligent mystery that sometimes is funny and sometimes sad, occasionally is irreverent, and always is suspenseful. Mandarin Yellow will appeal to readers of modern noir murder mysteries, to collectors of vintage fountain pens, and to people interested in the culture and history of 20th century China and in the Chinese experience in modern America.

Masks of the Lost Kings by Tom Bane

Masks of the Lost Kings

Written by: Tom Bane

Available In: eBook|Paperback

Author Website: http://www.tombane.com/

Following the sudden disappearance of treasure hunter Ben Sanders in Mexico, beautiful archaeologist Suzy da Silva is snatched from the cloistered environs of Oxford University and thrust into a deadly maelstrom of intrigue and discovery.

MAYBE by John Locke

MAYBE

Written by: John Locke

Available In: eBook

Author Website: http://www.donovancreed.com/

When an angry, unemployed chemist unleashes a bio-terrorist attack against women and children, the president of the United States asks Donovan Creed to get involved. It’s just one more thing on Creed’s plate.

MediSin: Losing the Heart and Mind of an ER Provider – What he thinks of his patients, the American people and America’s healthcare system  by Niam Hew

MediSin: Losing the Heart and Mind of an ER Provider – What he thinks of his patients, the American people and America’s healthcare system

Written by: Niam Hew

Available In: eBook|Paperback

Author Website:

MediSin is a collection of stories from a tenured ER provider. Readers will hear the inner thoughts of those providing care for ER patients. They will learn of social and political issues that are plaguing this country, and an ‘illness’ that is slowly killing America. Via sarcastic whit and a disregard for patients’ feelings, readers will learn why those who care for you in the ER – Hate you.

Micah and the Phoenix Tree by L.J. Fox

Micah and the Phoenix Tree

Written by: L.J. Fox

Available In: eBook

Author Website: Facebook page: L.J. Fox

Micah and Kiera were torn from their home to create a new life with other extraordinary teens. With very few friendships, they miss their normal life. They discover there is more to their new school than odd classes, bullies and aggravating guys. The sisters must dig into the ancient secrets and even deeper into themselves, where truth is only an illusion and deceit hides out in every corner.

Michelangelo & the Morgue: Michelangelo & Me by Joanne Lewis

Michelangelo & the Morgue: Michelangelo & Me

Written by: Joanne Lewis

Available In: eBook

Author Website: http://www.joannelewiswrites.com/

Most know Michelangelo as the creator of David and the painter of the Sistine Chapel. In Michelangelo & the Morgue, a historical fantasy novella that takes place in the fifteenth century, Michelangelo defies religious and political powers in order to find who is murdering the artists of Florence, learning along the way that the person actually responsible might just be himself.

Minus Tide by Dennis Yates

Minus Tide

Written by: Dennis Yates

Available In: eBook

Author Website:

Just as a minus tide reveals secrets that have lain hidden beneath the ocean's surface for years, the novel also explores the points of view of multiple characters. As the story accelerates toward its dramatic conclusion, more layers of each character’s past become exposed. Ann is forced to face a past she's never known, sees for the first time the connections that still run deep through so many lives, the inescapable past. Her journey becomes not just a battle of survival for herself, but for the soul of a small town she realizes that she cares so much about.

Mobley's Law (A Mobley Meadows Novel) by Gerald Summers

Mobley's Law (A Mobley Meadows Novel)

Written by: Gerald Summers

Available In: eBook|Paperback

Author Website: http://www.mobleymeadows.com/

Newly appointed U.S. Circuit Court Judge Mobley Meadows finds a way to prevent war between Union and Confederate factions when the Governor of Texas, Edmund Jackson Davis, refuses to step down after being defeated in the election of 1873. Mobley must weigh his sense of honor and morality against the demands of the law, the spectre of war, and the survival of his closest friends and deputies.

Money & Murder by David Bishop

Money & Murder

Written by: David Bishop

Available In: eBook

Author Website: http://www.davidbishopbooks.com/

This murder mystery, including the crime, investigation, and solution, is all told in roughly fifty pages. P.Q. Winston Rutledge is the richest man in Copper City, Arizona, and he believes someone will soon try to kill him. The story quickly deteriorates into murder, and the ambitions of relatives in pursuit of the family fortune. PQ’s family is a collection of oddballs with a common bloodline. Fascinating people you’d love to have at your next dinner party, but each comes with their own set of secrets and entanglements. PQ is survived by a widow, the same age as his daughter, and two sons, one of which—well, you’ll have to read the story. You won’t be sorry you did.

Mongol Steel by Chris Pinney

Mongol Steel

Written by: Chris Pinney

Available In: eBook|Paperback

Author Website: http://www.brazossteele.com/

In the year 1227, Genghis Khan, the greatest conqueror the world has ever known, is laid to rest. In order to keep the location of the grave a secret, all who witness the burial are brutally executed by the Khan’s royal family. All that is, except one…

Mouth Of The Rat: A Samantha Jamison Mystery Volume 5 by Peggy A. Edelheit

Mouth Of The Rat: A Samantha Jamison Mystery Volume 5

Written by: Peggy A. Edelheit

Available In: eBook

Author Website: http://samanthajamison.com/

Who was the rat with the kiss of death?My name is Samantha. I’m a novelist who seems to fall into unusual mysteries and ends up becoming part of and writing about them. It has made me semi-famous for stirring up and getting into trouble. This one almost got away from me because I had about a week to solve it and began to think the unthinkable; maybe this one really was unsolvable. It involved a murder, drugs, an ex-wife, an antique car collection, and the FBI. More was going on than met the eye. I found that out the hard way.

Page 18 of 41First   Previous   13  14  15  16  17  [18]  19  20  21  22  Next   Last   

Search Catalog



Search