Mystery, Thriller & Suspense

August 10, 2018

An Uncommon Folk Rhapsody

"An Uncommon Folk Rhapsody" by C.J. Heigelmann

Shay is an orphan. A young Asian boy with no link to his past – except for a mysterious jade amulet – and no idea what fate has in store for his future. Not until an American merchant captain raises him to be a man, who becomes a valiant Union Army scout during the height of the American Civil War. Across the oceans, a young girl is ripped from her homeland and tossed aboard a ship set sail for America. She is sold to an Alabama plantation like livestock; her name, her identity, and her life stripped from her. Now, she is considered nothing more than a slave. When their two paths cross ten years later, they immediately intertwine, driven by a connection so strong it could only be forged by destiny. But love is forbidden, and darkness surrounds them. Loyalties are tested. Lives are lost. Can they find the strength to love and survive? Or will bloodshed drown the only glimmer of hope in a cruel world?

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August 9, 2018

Storm Winds

"Storm Winds" by K. S. David

Moving to the North Carolina Outer Banks was a chance for Leah Kymes to put her life back together, after her marriage went sour. But peace and quiet evade her, when her father is discovered murdered in his fish and tackle shop. Not willing to wait for authorities to solve the crime, she begins to delve into recent events involving her Dad. What she uncovers shatters her understanding of the man she thought she knew so well.  At Leah's side is her old flame, Officer Aden Parker, who runs interference between Leah and the salty detective who sees her as a hindrance. Ignoring Aden's warnings, she deepens her probe, but soon draws the attention of a handsome stranger. Is this new man just competing for her affection - or a vicious killer intent on making Leah his next victim?

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August 6, 2018

Remembering Susan

"Remembering Susan" by Paul Kilmartin

Anna lays on her hospital bed, in a small town in Ireland, alone and confused and revisiting parts of her life. Along comes a patient, who behind tired eyes, still retains a fire inside of her, for a life gone by.  She reminds Anna of a friend, long since gone, but the memories of a friendship like that are hard to extinguish. A hospital bed is a lonely place to be, but through a shared sense of loss, Anna and the mysterious Mary, look out for one another and in their own way, comfort each other.

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August 2, 2018

I Was Jack The Ripper

"I Was Jack The Ripper" by Michael Bray

| Website | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | Amazon US | Amazon UK When Jack the Ripper terrorised London in 1888, he would spark a mystery when he disappeared and his string of violent and horrific murders ended as quickly as they began, leaving one of the worlds oldest unsolved crimes in his wake.  Now, in 1907, biographer Charles Hapgood is about to be visited a man with astonishing claims that he was the famous Ripper and wishes to tell his tale before his coming death. Sceptical at first, Hapgood agrees to hear his story, only to soon be shown undisputable proof that his visitor speaks the truth and is who he claims to be.  As Hapgood listens to the man’s tale, he is drawn into a world of pain, cruelty, horror and sadness as he discovers how an innocent child grew into the greatest living monster the world has ever seen. As the story unfolds he begins to fear for his own safety as the man once known as Jack The Ripper tells his story in his own words, a tale which goes far beyond the known timeline of his horrific crimes and reaches new depths of terror and depravity that Hapgood could never have imagined.

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