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Driven: A Rita Mars Thriller

An LGBTQ Action & Adventure Thriller

Chapter 1 “Rita Mars, this is a voice from your past.” “Who the hell is this?” Rita demanded. It was eleven o’clock, and the dreary end of a long day. A miserable October rain tapped on the office windows. Through the water washed glass, Baltimore’s Mitchell Court House next door was a smear of grey […]

By Valerie Webster Posted in Fiction on September 8, 2021 6 min read Continue reading
The Pale Girl Murders

A Psychological Thriller

CHAPTER 13: FRAMED Early that morning, Kate’s phone rung and vibrated across her nightstand so hard it fell to the floor. It didn’t wake her up—considering there was no way she was going to get any sleep for a long time—but it did scare her. The letters were blurry but she could tell it was […]

By Claus Sowalic Posted in Fiction on March 23, 2021 10 min read Continue reading
36 Hours

A Superbly Written Crime Thriller

7:20 p.m. “Hello, sleepy head.” The voice broke through into her fog-filled mind and Brooke struggled to open her eyes completely; and keep them opened. She shook her head to clear the cobwebs that had developed, but that did no more than create a vertigo sensation, so she lie her head still and waited. It […]

By B.J. Woster Posted in Fiction on January 25, 2021 9 min read Continue reading
Scot's Honor: A Sam McKay Novel

A Crime Thriller Novel

Chapter One “EVERYONE SHUT UP AND GET DOWN! DOWN ON THE GROUND NOW!” It was Tuesday, March 12th, 2018, and the entire building of En Passant Bank was filled with the sounds of screaming. No one could have suspected when they woke up and headed to the bank in the heart of Cleveland, Ohio, that […]

By K.M. Hardy Posted in Fiction on January 8, 2021 14 min read Continue reading
The Big Vinnie Chronicles: A Rollo Michaels Novel

A Private Investigator Mystery Novel

Prologue My hip woke me up to tell me it was hurting. It’s not the hip God blessed me with a little over forty years ago. It’s not even the artificial one that failed after eight years and got me pensioned off from the police department. It’s the one after that, the one made of […]

By Kip Meyerhoff Posted in Fiction on November 29, 2020 3 min read Continue reading

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