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    Mr. Black – Larry Pope Jr

    A small North Carolina town has a problem. A man that dresses in all black has been terrorizing the townspeople for nearly six years. His intelligence and stealth have made it nearly impossible for him to be caught. What does he want? Why is he torturing innocent people? Will he ever be captured? Nobody knows. […] More

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    16 Points
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    Dream Trails – Larry Pope Jr

    This book tells a story where you have to always know who your friends are, who you can and cannot trust, your whereabouts, and how to come together to resolve a case! A mystery where people within your inner circle become part of suspicion. A person might seem like a good person, but always know […] More

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    Deadline: New York – Jim Lester

    Set in the summer of 1952, Deadline:New York centers on the emerging paperback book industry in New York City. The protagonist is a former Naval intelligence officer and best-selling writer of paperback adventure novels who is asked by a secretary at his publishing house to investigate the suicide of her boyfriend. At the heart of […] More

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    The Devil In The Red Dirt – Michael P. Smith

    Darlinghurst, Australia, 1963. A sinister series of murders takes a turn for the darker when those charged with protecting the innocent, and bringing the guilty to justice, attempt to cover up the crimes. While a broken society and a corrupt institution allow a monster to commit a series of crimes that embody the spirit of […] More

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    The House Near Fallowfield – James Fillmore

    North of England, 1964.  The sombre clouds of the postwar are now in the past. But the shadows remain. After the recent death of her father, Frankie, a young English widow living in the US, returns home and becomes entangled in a war mystery. Strange men follow her, watch her and Frankie starts fearing for […] More

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    April in Paris – John J Healey

    A transatlantic novel for fans of A.S. Byattand Don DeLillo.  Shaun is an American professor enjoying his sabbatical—and his substantial inheritance—in Paris, until one night when he is startled awake by a nightmare. His attempts to decipher the dream lead him to a New York murder trial that occurred in 1916 in the Bronx.  Upon […] More

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    Fallen Brother – Luis A. Colon

    Fallen Brother is a new crime/drama book that tells the story of an Afghan War vet turned police officer who deals with the trauma she experienced on the battlefield, but when she finds out that her former brother-in-arms is a vigilante, she faces the question of choosing loyalty over justice. However, when tragedy hits, they […] More

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    Lethal Lawyers – Dale E. Manolakas

    Law firm deceit, disillusionment, death … characters explode off the page … dangerous lawyers cannibalize each other…~ ~ ~ Infighting, carnage, and sexual favors are the law at the Los Angeles law firm of Thorne and Chase –Partners and associates cannibalize each other in a cutthroat law firm culture battling for money, power, love, clients, […] More

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    33 Points
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