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Artful Assassin In Amsterdam by Michael Grant

Artful Assassin In Amsterdam by Michael Grant

David Mitre finds himself the focus of attention for an assassin while helping FBI Special Agent Delia Delacorte in her latest case in Amsterdam. "It takes a thief to catch a thief . . ." The last thing fugitive crime writer David Mitre expects as he's cruising along an Amsterdam canal is to be the focus of a bizarre murder attempt . . . But why is he being targeted? He hasn't even done anything wrong.
City Of Pearl by Alys Clare

City Of Pearl by Alys Clare

October, 1093. At her mentor's urgent request, Lassair is accompanying Gurdyman across the sea to Spain. But why is he so insistent on embarking on this difficult and dangerous journey just as winter approaches? And why does he seem so afraid? Could there be any connection to the vagrant found lying dead outside his home, a single pearl clutched in his outstretched hand?
Sidewalk Saint by Phillip Depoy

Sidewalk Saint by Phillip Depoy

Florida, 1976. Foggy Moscowitz knows he's having a bad night when he wakes to find a gun pressed to his face. Nelson Roan has busted out of his prison cell and broken into Foggy's house, demanding Foggy finds his eleven-year-old daughter, Etta. But as Foggy searches for Etta, it seems her father is not the only person who wants her found: Canadian mobsters, crazy New York Irishmen, the FBI and even the Seminole elite are all on her trail. But why?
Fury Of El Tigre by B. S. Dunn

Fury Of El Tigre by B. S. Dunn

El Tigre - the Tiger. That's what the Mexicans called him. His name was Jim Curtis, and he was a product of the Civil War, who went to Mexico to fight in the Revolution. Now, he just roams the West, riding from one town to the next - a drifter with no home. Then fate intervenes, in the form of a woman named Mary-Alice, and Curtis is soon up to his neck again in someone else's war. Only this time it has brought him face to face with an old friend.
The Pinfire Lady Strikes Back by P. J. Gallagher

The Pinfire Lady Strikes Back by P. J. Gallagher

English aristocrat Abbie Penraven has forged a new life for herself in the West. She has had to fight hard to gain respect and has become known as the Pinfire Lady due to her skill with her pinfire revolver. When Abbie's ranch is raided and her friends kidnapped, she once more takes to the trail, to rescue the stolen ones and destroy the nest of bandits.
The Saracen by Brent Towns

The Saracen by Brent Towns

Blaine Saracen has returned home to Texas to find his parents dead and his sister taken by Black Ted Allen. So begins a long quest to find his sister. In the course of his journey, Saracen is caught up in a bloody showdown, having saved the lives of two United States Marshals, then is given the job of transferring a prisoner to Fort Smith.
The Dead Don't Wait by Michael Jenks

The Dead Don't Wait by Michael Jenks

April, 1555. A priest has been stabbed to death in the village of St Botolph, to the east of the City of London, his body left to rot by the roadside – and Jack Blackjack stands accused of his murder. As well as clearing his name, Jack has his own reasons for wanting to find out who really killed the priest – but this is an investigation where nothing is as it seems.
Silent Witness by James Clay

Silent Witness by James Clay

When Range Detective Rance Dehner stops to make camp he hears a strange sound coming from the surrounding brush. A young girl of about five is hiding there, unable to speak and her eyes reflecting terror. Within minutes, someone tries to ambush both Dehner and the child. Bullets continue to fly as Dehner discovers that the child has witnessed her parents' murder and that the horrifying experience has traumatized her into silence.
Missing Diamond Murder by Diane Janes

Missing Diamond Murder by Diane Janes

After meeting the charismatic Eddie Edgerton and arriving at their residence, Sunnyside House, France Black soon learns that Eddie's grandfather, Frederick Edgerton, died in mysterious circumstances when his wheelchair went off a cliff. Was it really an accident? And what happened to Frederick's precious diamond which went missing at the time of his death?
Trooper Iron Eyes by Rory Black

Trooper Iron Eyes by Rory Black

Tracking down a wanted outlaw, Iron Eyes finds himself embroiled in the Indian wars. Badly wounded, he rides into Fort Liberty. Commanding office Colonel Brice Jay assumes that the bounty hunter is near death and takes a shine to the magnificent palomino stallion. When Iron Eyes recovers he finds that Jay has decided to take the stallion no matter what.
Last Chance In Laredo by Frank Callan

Last Chance In Laredo by Frank Callan

Jack Brady, at just thirty years old, has seen more of the hard edge of life than most. He's worked cattle trails, ridden shotgun, and won a reputation as a hired gun. Then, as the American-Mexican War is breaking out, he is jailed after a fight in a small Texas town. Brady is at his lowest when a preacher arrives and reminds him that there is still a chance to redeem himself and to honour his dead father. He determines to enlist with the fledgling Texas Rangers.
North Of The Line by Paul Bedford

North Of The Line by Paul Bedford

This sequel to The Lawmen sees Deputy U.S. Marshal Jesse Bronson sent north into Canada, to assist with the capture of two highly dangerous American outlaws who have joined up with a gang of ruthless Metis half-breeds. They plan to target the Canadian Pacific Railroad, who have not experienced any train robberies before.
The Reckoning by Colin Bainbridge

The Reckoning by Colin Bainbridge

Ry Tyler is in no doubt; he has recently seen his old friend Slim Freeman alive and kicking. So how come Freeman's grave is on Boot Hill? Tyler's search for the truth leads him into a world of intrigue and danger, where nothing is as it seems. Tyler must follow a long trail till he arrives at the final time of reckoning.
The Bolas by Caleb Rand

The Bolas by Caleb Rand

Will Chalk and his partner set out to deliver horses to a US Army post near the New Mexico border. But when they meet a fellow Texan being troubled by a ruthless land-grabber, their thoughts of returning home are put aside.
The Clockmaker by Jane A. Adam

The Clockmaker by Jane A. Adam

February, 1929. Clockmaker Abraham Levy’s young nephew has vanished. He was last seen boarding a train on his way to see his fiancée, and with no sign of foul play, the suspicion is that he may have got cold feet about his upcoming nuptials and alighted at an earlier stop. It seems the truth is far more complicated and disturbing than it first appeared.
Killer In The Choir by Simon Brett

Killer In The Choir by Simon Brett

Although she hadn’t known Leonard Mallett very well Carole Seddon feels duty bound to attend her fellow committee member’s funeral. As she suspected, the hymns, readings and sermon are all very predictable – not unlike Leonard himself. What she couldn’t have predicted was that the deceased’s daughter would use the occasion to publicly accuse her stepmother of murder.
Kill Monster by Sean Doolittle

Kill Monster by Sean Doolittle

When treasure hunters excavate the long-lost wreck of the steamship Arcadia from a Kansas cornfield, a buried creature awakens – a mindless assassin of accursed earth, shaped like a man though in no way mortal, created to kill a slave trader in 1856. With the original target long dead, the monster sets its sight on the man’s closest surviving descendant . . . a burned-out IT technician named Ben Middleton.
Blood on The Rocks by Priscilla Masters

Blood on The Rocks by Priscilla Masters

DI Joanna Piercy is irritated at what she perceives to be an attempt to wrap her up in cotton wool during her pregnancy when she is asked to take on the case of Zachary Foster, a missing ninety-six-year-old man suffering from dementia. Zachary has vanished from his residential care home on the edge of Leek during the night with his beloved old teddy bear. He can't have gone far, surely, but how did a frail, elderly man manage to abscond from a secure house at night?
Simply Dead by Eleanor Kuhns

Simply Dead by Eleanor Kuhns

1790s, Maine. In the depths of winter Hortense, a midwife, disappears after attending a birth in the woodlands. During the search Will Rees finds her struggling through the snow and woods without shoes or a coat.
Bad Blood At Harlows Bend by Scott Connor

Bad Blood At Harlows Bend by Scott Connor

When Lorimer Hall returns to the town of Clear Creek everything has changed. His father is dead, his friend Budd Ewing has been killed and nobody wants to know him. With it looking as if Budd's killer, Glenn Harlow, might get lynched, he is persuaded to accept the task of escorting him to jail. On the journey Glenn claims he's innocent, but Lorimer makes a mistake that leads to his prisoner being lynched. Lorimer resolves to find out who really killed Budd.
Hellraiser by Sam Clancy

Hellraiser by Sam Clancy

After his last indiscretion, Bass sends Josh Ford to Texas. Let him be someone else's headache for a while. The marshal there is an old friend and welcomes the badge-toting hellraiser with open arms and a whole wagon load of trouble.Then word comes that Bass is missing and Ford swears he'll walk through the fires of Hell itself to find out what has happened to his father. In the end, he does just that. Shoulder to shoulder with a marshal called Willis and a fast gun named Laramie Davis.
Black Shepherd by Steven Savile

Black Shepherd by Steven Savile

Frankie Varg of the Eurocrimes Division heads to Tallinn, Estonia, in search of her young cousin who's believed to have dropped out of university to join One World, a religion many believe to be nothing more than a fanatical cult. Hot on her heels is her field partner Peter Ash, who's searching for the identity of a woman’s charred body found in the woods close to Tallinn. When Peter arrives in the city, he finds Frankie attempting to infiltrate One World by posing as a runaway sleeping rough....
Conspiracy Of Wolves by Candace Robb

Conspiracy Of Wolves by Candace Robb

1374. When a member of one of York’s most prominent families is found dead in the woods, his throat torn out, rumours spread like wildfire that wolves are running loose throughout the city. Persuaded to investigate by the victim’s father, Owen Archer is convinced that a human killer is responsible.
Welcoming by Nora Roberts

Welcoming by Nora Roberts

Visitors come to Charity’s friendly little inn to escape their ordinary lives. But FBI Agent Roman DeWinter knows something ugly is going on beneath the cozy surface. His mission is to expose the dangerous criminal gang operating out of the inn. Going undercover, Roman begins his investigation – which puts Charity’s life on the line. A hit-and-run attack leaves her shaken and bruised, but only Roman knows how close she came to death. And with the gang under pressure and about to be exposed, they...
Watcher Of The Dead by Simon Beaufort

Watcher Of The Dead by Simon Beaufort

December 1882. Attending the opening of the new Natural History Museum, Pall Mall Gazette reporter Alec Lonsdale and his colleague Hulda Friederichs are shocked to discover a body in the basement, hacked to death. Suspicion immediately falls on a trio of cannibals, brought over from the Congo as museum exhibits, who have disappeared without trace. Alec however has his doubts – especially when he discovers that three other influential London men have been similarly murdered.
Season Of Darkness by Cora Harrison

Season Of Darkness by Cora Harrison

When Inspector Field shows his friend Charles Dickens the body of a young woman dragged from the River Thames, he cannot have foreseen that the famous author would immediately recognize the victim as Isabella Gordon, a housemaid he had tried to help through his charity. Nor that Dickens and his fellow writer Wilkie Collins would determine to find out who killed her. Who was Isabella blackmailing, and why?
Easy Money by Derek Rutherford

Easy Money by Derek Rutherford

Cavendish heads to the snowbound plains of north Nebraska where the Indian wars are raging and where his brother, Luke, tells him there is easy money to be made. When Cavendish discovers Luke has been gunned down, he is determined to find the killer. But with bootleg whisky and illegal gun-running on the agenda, and the biggest deal of all just days away, there are men who will do anything to stop Cavendish.
Money Train by Michael Stewart

Money Train by Michael Stewart

Danny Spence plans to stay in Gila Creek for only one night, but then he gets mistaken for a snake named Zeke Tolan, and from then on it is just one damn thing after another. He falls foul of the evil Ma Cole, gets himself on the wrong side of the vicious Hernando Ortiz and somehow this is all wrapped up with a train full of money that's rolling south of the border, right into the middle of the Mexican revolution.
Kid Cheyenne by Ty Walker

Kid Cheyenne by Ty Walker

A mysterious hired gunfighter, known only as Kid Cheyenne, has just received a telegraph wire from a remote settlement called Bloodstone. The sender, a man named Ben Black, wants to hire his dubious talents to kill someone for him. The Kid rides to Bloodstone but soon discovers that Black is not what he seems. Kid Cheyenne might just be fighting on the wrong side.
Web Of Silk: Creme De La Creme by Fiona Buckley

Web Of Silk: Creme De La Creme by Fiona Buckley

August, 1582. The queen’s spymaster, Sir Francis Walsingham, has ordered Ursula to keep an eye on her new neighbour, Giles Frost, who is rumoured to be spying for King Philip of Spain. Arriving at Knoll House on the pretext of teaching his two daughters embroidery, Ursula’s secret mission is to feed false information to Frost. Events take a decidedly sinister turn when a body is found in the woods near Ursula’s home, a stained glass window is smashed and a bridal dowry is stolen.
Woman Who Spoke To Spitits by Alys Clare

Woman Who Spoke To Spitits by Alys Clare

London, 1880. When accounts clerk Ernest Stibbins approaches the World’s End investigation bureau with wild claims that his wife Albertina has been warned by her spirit guides that someone is out to harm her, the bureau’s owner Lily Raynor and her new employee Felix Wilbraham are initially sceptical. How are the two private enquiry agents supposed to investigate threats from beyond the grave?
The Auguries by F.G. Cottam

The Auguries by F.G. Cottam

An unexpected lunar eclipse. A poisonous fog that cripples the capital. Statues that weep blood. As the catalogue of calamities mount, fear and paranoia provoke rumours of terrorist attacks. History professor Juliet Harrington is an authority on sixteenth-century mysticism and a believer in the existence of the Almanac of Forbidden Wisdom, a potent spell-book legend says was compiled in that period. Juliet is convinced that the recent plague of disasters means someone reckless is using the book ...
Death In Deming by Alex Frew

Death In Deming by Alex Frew

When 'Dangerous' Dan Tucker is asked to go to Deming, he looks on it as another routine case he doesn't want to do. He's forced to go there by Harvey Whitehill, US Marshall of Grant County, to help clean out a few bad men who have taken over the town for their own ends. His suspicions about the town are confirmed when the murders begin. Who is the man known as Wishart who does what he wants and avoids Tucker? Why is he being threatened at every turn by forces he doesn't understand?
Bleak Winds Of Destiny by Dale Graham

Bleak Winds Of Destiny by Dale Graham

The Rebel Raiders are heading for New Mexico territory to rob the bank in Tucumcari. Major Deke Hogan, a Civil War guerrilla fighter, heads the contingent. The proceeds of the attack are intended to support the Confederacy in a last ditch effort to regain the initiative. But destiny has played a mean trick when Hogan discovers that the surrender had been signed by General Lee three weeks previously. From being a legitimate fighting force, the Raiders have become nothing more than common outlaws....
Apache Springs by Frank Leslie

Apache Springs by Frank Leslie

In this western duo, the half-breed wanderer, Yakima Henry, pins a badge on his shirt... In Bloody Arizona, four strangers ride into Apache Springs and shoot the marshal while Yakima is locked up. Now the marshal's wife Julia convinces Yakima to wear her husband's badge and take on the kill-crazy, vengeance-hungry Rebel Wilkes, who wants to destroy the town as well as his former lover, Julia. In Wildcat of the Sierra Estrada, Apache Springs is flourishing after gold was discovered in the surroun...
Prisoner Of Midnight by Barbara Hambly

Prisoner Of Midnight by Barbara Hambly

Vampire Don Simon Ysido has been captured and held aboard a ship heading to the US to act as a slave, and Dr Lydia Asher must stop it . . . at any cost. March, 1917. The goal of every government involved in the Great War has been achieved: industrialist Spenser Cochran has drugged and enslaved a vampire, Don Simon Ysidro, to do his bidding, and is now on the way to the US aboard a luxury ship. Horrified, Dr Lydia Asher secures her passage on the vessel to rescue her friend from Cochran's chemica...
Curtain Call by Graham Hurley

Curtain Call by Graham Hurley

Two desperate journeys. One unscripted finale. A mesmerizing contemporary thriller. Thirty-nine-year-old Enora Andresson is a successful actress and a woman in her prime. But for how long? Tests have revealed an aggressive brain tumour that could kill her. Already struggling with the wreckage of her marriage and a strained relationship with her teenage son, Malo, she hasn't anticipated the appearance of investigative journalist Mitch Culligan on her doorstep. Mitch is writing a book about entrep...
Boyd Road Alone by Matt Cole

Boyd Road Alone by Matt Cole

Alvin Boyd was a killer, not a bad man, but when he tried to escape his past, he found he stood alone. After Alvin's death, his brother, Asa, rode into town looking to avenge him. What he found was a white-hot range war. Quickly finding a job as the town's deputy, Asa found it to be a tough job in this hard-fighting trail town and Asa found new enemies that included a murderous land baron and a deadly gunfighter. Caught in the dangerous crossfire between ranchers and moneymen, maddened by the mu...
The Debt by Glenn Cooper

The Debt by Glenn Cooper

An ancient loan made by Pope Pius VIII wreaks havoc in the present.... While browsing the Vatican libraries, Harvard professor Cal Donovan uncovers a secret that could bankrupt the Catholic church. Unearthing evidence of a 200-year-old loan which the Vatican owes to a Jewish bank, Cal deduces that, with centuries of interest behind it, the sum now amounts to a crippling 25 billion Euros. With the future of the Vatican at stake, Pope Celestine asks Cal to intercede with the Sassoon family to whom...
River Of Porcupines by G.K. Aalborg

River Of Porcupines by G.K. Aalborg

In the Rocky Mountain fur trade of the early 1800s, the intense rivalry between the powerful Hudson's Bay Company and the North-West Company is complicated by the arrival of Ilona Baptiste, a lovely Métis maiden who could become the catalyst for a bloody trade war between two companies. Young trader Garth Cameron and the brutal Louis Savard both want Ilona. Terrified of one pursuer, and in danger of falling for the other, the brave young woman is dependent upon her native cunning and survival sk...
Murder Served Cold by Eric Brown

Murder Served Cold by Eric Brown

Lord Elsmere, an old friend of Donald Langham’s literary agent, Charles Elder, is in a pickle – his favourite painting, a Gainsborough, has been stolen from under his nose. What’s more, there’s no evidence of a break-in. The family heirloom was recently re-insured for a hefty price, and Elsmere is struggling financially. Could he have staged the theft, or was it taken by one of the guests? Private investigators Langham and Ralph Ryland take on the case and soon uncover seething animosities, jeal...
Jed Harker Ride's Out by Simon Webb

Jed Harker Ride's Out by Simon Webb

Jed Harker wishes for nothing more than to mind his own business while traveling north to Kansas. In the summer of 1861, though, men and women were taking sides all across the United States, and Harker finds himself compelled to declare where he stands on slavery. The result is that he finds himself fleeing through the Indian Nations, helping a family of escaping slaves to freedom. With war about to break out, it will be a race against time for Harker and his wards, as they become embroiled in t...
Duncan's Bride by Linda Howard

Duncan's Bride by Linda Howard

Reese Duncan lost half his ranch and all his dreams to his ex-wife, so when it came time for a family he did the logical thing: he advertised for a bride. She had to be willing to work, to bear his children and to settle for lovemaking in place of love. It sounded perfect... until Madelyn Patterson arrived. One look and he had to have her. Never mind that she was New York and nightlife to his own plain-spoken Montana ways. She was willing to herd cattle, wax floors and bake biscuits by the dozen...
Dead Heat by Glenis Wilson

Dead Heat by Glenis Wilson

Jump jockey Harry Radcliffe is forced to turn reluctant sleuth yet again in the fourth of this fast-paced, highly entertaining racing mystery series. Champion jockey Harry Radcliffe is wracked with guilt, reeling from the knowledge that his recent attempt to solve the murder of local prostitute Alice Goode has led to devastating consequences for his ex-wife Annabel and her new partner Sir Jeffrey, as well as horse-box driver John Dunston’s suicide. Or did it? A letter handed to Harry at John’s f...
Rough Music by Robin Blake

Rough Music by Robin Blake

It’s the sweltering summer of 1744 and when an epidemic disease threatens the town, coroner Titus Cragg retires with his wife and baby son to a remote village in East Lancashire, where he hopes his family will enjoy the healthy and tranquil air. But Cragg finds the rural atmosphere anything but peaceful when he’s called upon to investigate the horrific death of a local woman. Assisted by his friend Dr Luke Fidelis, Cragg begins to probe the village’s prejudices and simmering hatreds, as he untan...
Seeking Justice by  C.M. Wendelboe

Seeking Justice by C.M. Wendelboe

The Bucket of Blood saloon is robbed, the owner murdered, and one of his upstairs-girls abducted. Tucker leads the pathetic posse, made up of cattle rustlers, a gambler, and a fat blacksmith, in pursuit of a gang so brutal that even the Army turned the other way rather than confront Justice Cauther's gang. Between the outlaws, the Indians, and the Army, Tucker is beaten, ambushed, and left for dead in the harsh Dakota winter.
Remarque's Law by Will Durey

Remarque's Law by Will Durey

Ben Joyner has no argument with the people who built their homes on the grassland near Pecos, but the cattlemen have long considered the range their own domain and now trouble is brewing. Rancher Gus Remarque is Ben's boss and believes that the dollar a day he pays buys not only a man's labor but his loyalty, too. The time is fast approaching when that loyalty might involve killing or being killed, and Ben wants to wash his hands of this dispute: he did his fighting during the war.
Gold Rush by Bill Grant

Gold Rush by Bill Grant

Union Army deserter Cody Black thinks Gold Hill is a safe place to hide out the war. But Cody finds prospecting to be a tough business and soon finds himself in debt to the local gold baron. He is forced to become a deputy sheriff and now faces the very violence he fled the Army to avoid. A nefarious plot is afoot to tip the war in favor of the Confederates. Cody must battle Southern sympathizers, and his own doubts, to seek redemption and help save the Union.
Gift From Crick by John McNally

Gift From Crick by John McNally

Sailors Diggings, an isolated mining settlement, is left reeling when outlaws slaughter 17 of the stunned population and clean out the assay office, stealing $75,000 worth of freshly mined gold. A group of vigilantes led by Don Plunkett give chase determined to dispense some Old West justice. Eddie Carter is mistaken for a gang member and to escape a lynching he must go on the run, handcuffed, to outlaw leader Dave Mooney, the man responsible for the death of his partner.
Gypsy Rock by Robert D. McKee

Gypsy Rock by Robert D. McKee

Gypsy Rock is a story of one evil act that sets off a chain of events that spirals downward toward dozens of brutal deaths. It is a story of hate and prejudice, acceptance and courage. Ultimately, Gypsy Rock is the story of Billy Young, a twenty-year-old Wyoming rancher, and his effort to find his place in what appears to be a dark, treacherous, and violent world.
Father Unto Many Sons by Rod Miller

Father Unto Many Sons by Rod Miller

Spur Award-winning author, Rod Miller, brings us a page-turning historical novel. Is Lee Pate a man of principle or a misguided dreamer? Troubled by the institution of slavery, he uproots his family without notice and heads west. Lee sends his sons back to Tennessee on a quest that will change the relationship between the brothers forever. In Fort Smith, the Pate family meets the Lewises, a Mormon family fleeing persecution in Missouri.
Devils Due by Wallace J. Swenson

Devils Due by Wallace J. Swenson

After a seven-year absence, lifelong friends Buell Mace and Simon Steele return to the town they grew up in. Carlisle, Nebraska in 1879 is trying to become a more genteel and law abiding place than the one a hot-headed Buell had been encouraged to leave at the age of nineteen. Sheriff Lorin Staker is one of the first people Buell talks to on returning, and Buell is amazed when he offers Buell a badge.
Sweet Taste Of Revenge by Mary Ellis

Sweet Taste Of Revenge by Mary Ellis

Private investigator Kate Weller must confront her troubled past and clear her brother’s name in the second gripping Marked for Retribution mystery.When a wealthy socialite is found dead on her luxury yacht, her daughter Lainey hires Kate Weller to investigate. Agnes Westin created plenty of enemies during her climb to the top of society, many with a taste for revenge – but did any of them feel strongly enough to kill her?
Shaker Murders by Eleanor Kuhns

Shaker Murders by Eleanor Kuhns

A peaceful Shaker community is rocked by a series of bizarre accidents, but is there more to them than first appears? Fresh from facing allegations of witchcraft and murder, travelling weaver Will Rees, his heavily pregnant wife Lydia and six adopted children take refuge in Zion, a Shaker community in rural Maine. Shortly after their arrival, screams in the night reveal a drowned body … but is it murder or an unfortunate accident?
Cast A Dark Shadow by Ethan Flagg

Cast A Dark Shadow by Ethan Flagg

Acclaimed army scout Wink Jefford finds himself put on trial for helping a captured Apache brave to escape from Fort Defiance in New Mexico. Forced to leave in disgrace, Wink is hired to guide some settlers to the town of Tularosa, but they are attacked by Apaches led by Mangus Voya who is intent on driving the hated invaders from his lands. Wink tries parleying with the Indians but is staked out. The wife of Mangus helps him to escape for saving her son, Shinto.
Name Of The Game by Nora Roberts

Name Of The Game by Nora Roberts

A fiercely independent career woman is determined not to fall for a handsome movie star in this classic modern romance. TV producer Johanna Patterson has worked long and hard to make a name for herself in a man's world. She's tough, self-sufficient and isn't about to be impressed by a man like actor Sam Weaver, whose tough good looks have propelled him to movie stardom. Sam has a reputation, and Johanna is determined to protect herself at all costs.
Headlong by Cynthia Harrod-Eagles

Headlong by Cynthia Harrod-Eagles

Bill Slider and his team investigate the death of a prominent literary agent in this intriguing contemporary mystery. When one of London’s best-known literary agents is found dead in strange circumstances, having fallen headlong from his office window, DCI Slider is under pressure from the Borough Commander to confirm a case of accidental death. But when the evidence points to murder, Slider and his team find themselves uncovering some secrets in the suave and successful Ed Wiseman’s past....
Forgotten Land by Paul Bedford

Forgotten Land by Paul Bedford

A hardened frontiersman, known only as Bannock, and his friend Chet Butler are escorting members of a religious sect through the wastes of Northern Mexico. The colonists have fled the USA in search of a new home. Unfortunately for the strict pacifists, a band of raiding Comanches finds them first. Following a desperate battle, Bannock flees for his life through the desert. He stumbles upon an old Spanish mission occupied by a group of poorly armed peons. Bannock decides that he is all done with ...
Just Once by Lori Handleland

Just Once by Lori Handleland

What do you do when you are forgotten by the man you’ve loved for twenty years? What do you do if you are the one who is remembered? Frankie Sicari is roused from sleep late one night by a key rattling in the front door lock. It’s her ex-husband, Charley Blackwell: a man she hasn’t seen for nearly a quarter of a century. What’s baffling is that Charley seems to think they are still married, and has no recollection of his current wife, Hannah.
Two Trees Hollow by Chandler Frank

Two Trees Hollow by Chandler Frank

Sweetspring is a quiet western town until an itinerant gang of robbers causes havoc. Wesley Vernon, a twenty-four year-old mine engineer, thinks he recognizes the robbers' leader as a childhood friend and determines to bring him to justice. Before he sets off he is devastated to learn that his intended bride, Maddy, has been promised to a wealthy banker from Boston.
Six In Wheel by Leslie Frank

Six In Wheel by Leslie Frank

Saddle up and ride the hot and wild trails of the old frontier with the Revenger, Mike Sartain, as he rights wrongs for those in need. In The Bittersweet War, Sartain rides into the Big Bend country of West Texas. He’s hard on the trail to Old Mexico, for bounty hunters and lawmen are clogging up his back trail. In Gold Dust Woman, A beautiful ranch woman from Lincoln County, New Mexico, wants Sartain to kill her husband, a county sheriff under Pat Garrett. The woman thinks her husband murdered...
Murder A La Mocha by Sandra Balzo

Murder A La Mocha by Sandra Balzo

Maggy Thorsen’s evening with her fiancé Sheriff Jake Pavlik and his parents in Chicago takes a dramatic turn when Jake’s mother falls ill, then a Chihuahua jumps in front of Maggy’s car on her drive back to Uncommon Grounds, her Wisconsin coffeehouse. Attempting to return Mocha to her owners, George and Marian Satterwite, the following day, Maggy comes face-to-face with Arial, their dog-sitter and her business partner Sarah’s niece. But something doesn’t feel right . . .
Fulfillment by Barbara Delinsky

Fulfillment by Barbara Delinsky

Forced to work together despite the rivalry that they have upheld since childhood, Diandra Casey and Greg York struggle with competing family legacies and uncover similar family disputes and passions that they mutually share.