Limited edition hardcover, only 100 made. Join adventurers Hazard and Partridge as they battle Koshinga, the evil “spirit of the East, past all Western understanding” for the freedom of... More > China. In the sprit of Sherlock Holmes and Watson, writer Robert J. Pearsall mixed in the menace of early 1900s Chinese tongs to produce a unique pulp magazine epic.
Never before reprinted, this series originally appeared in 1919-20 in the pages of Adventure, the greatest of all pulps. Published with the cooperation of the Pearsall family, it contains several photos of the author, and it's rounded out with an all-new introduction by Nathan Vernon Madison, writer of Anti-Foreign Imagery in American Pulps and Comic Books, 1920-1960.< Less
Fantômas fans rejoice! This "lost" novel by Marcel Allain, the creator of Fantômas, is being reissued in book form for the first time! It was originally serialized as A WOMAN OF... More > PREY in Flynn's Detective Weekly in 1927. While it is not part of the classic Fantômas series, we have retitled it FANTôMAS OF LONDON, taking a cue from Allain's classic novel FANTôMAS OF BERLIN. Each page and illustration of the original serial has been scanned and reprinted exactly as it appeared in 1927. This is your chance to own a piece of pulp fiction history!< Less
A 15 year-old boy is found dead from autoerotic asphyxiation. Detectives Tony De Angelo and Kelly Powers are assigned the case. When they discover a secret club consisting of Catholic priests, they... More > are ordered by the New York City Police Commissioner to back off the investigation. Will Detective De Angelo himself a victim a child sexual abuse sacrifice his career to bring closure to the dead boy's family?< Less
Seven questionable and long forgotten deaths in historical San Bernardino, California, offer clues to a shocking possibility that occult serial murder went undetected as such for nearly a century.... More > Through an esoteric based analysis of the odd facts and unanswered questions of the case, in order to determine a possible pattern in the mind of a killer, there is revealed an unexpected yet specific connection between all the known attacks by the legendary Zodiac Killer a half century later-- presented for the first time here. With figures like Aleister Crowley and Harry Houdini moving about the periphery and through the middle of the mystery, nothing may have been what it seems, and someone appears to have wanted it that way...< Less
Jake is a middle-aged guy in a dead end job until one day he inherits a plot of land from an uncle he barely knew. He's soon approached by a mysterious stranger who tells him that along with the... More > land, he's also inherited his uncle's job: Burying bodies for a shadowy, seemingly omnipotent organization.
It's simple: At night Jake gets a call, he picks up a car, there's $1000 cash in the glove compartment and a stiff in the trunk. Bury the body, take the money and keep quiet about it. And don't ask questions.< Less
Jack Boudreaux’s teenage mother hurriedly left Louisiana in fear for her life just three weeks after he was born. Raised by his grandparents, the boy grew up never knowing the name of his... More > father, or the sound of his mother’s voice. His only connection to her was an old black and white high school photograph from 1962. A death in the family in 1985 revealed the details surrounding his mother’s sudden departure.
In 1985, a gruesome New Year’s Day murder shocks the small bayou community of Napoleonville. Jack is a suspect. While gathering evidence for his defense, Jack's attorney unearths shocking truths that have been hidden for more than twenty years.
Filled with terrific suspense, UNKNOWN JUSTICE is an unforgettable story about how the lives of ordinary people are forever changed by a dedicated defense team.< Less
Washington Post reporter Jay Perkins is about to publish an earth shattering expose on a political and military scandal when murder intervenes. Jay runs into Octavia in the DC Metro system and the... More > young woman is soon drawn into the mystery. On the fringes, the crazy Umbrella Man haunts the subway system, destined to join the action.< Less
When a body turns up in the pool of this up scale, deed restricted, gated condo community the residents are "shaken but not stirred". It's the most exceitment they've had since the TV show... More > Jeopardy try-outs of 2004.< Less
Where the Allegheny and Monongahela converge, a speck of land called Neville Island squats in the muddy waters of the Ohio River. At the eastern tip of the island sits Keystate Oil - a small company... More > caught in the eddies and undercurrents of shady business, crooked financiers and organized crime.
Doug Reardon was hired to lead the company back to health. Lud, a longtime mentor, and Stoli, the burly union boss, help resurrect the business. Unwittingly, they abet the company's unscrupulous owners scheme to launder millions in drug money. When tragedy strikes, Doug and Stoli are thrown into the morass of corporate greed and financial manipulation.
Searching for the truth, they are dragged into the labyrinth of corruption and murder. Ultimately, they are pulled into the treacherous world of Yuri Pandropov - drug lord and patriarch of the Russian Mafia. What started as the rescue of a distressed company becomes a trek through the enigma of financial banking and brutality of drug trafficking.< Less
Author and investigator Walter Bosley takes the reader deeper into the strange events surrounding the suspected San Bernardino Working murders of 1915. In this volume, the identities of two of the... More > victims are revealed amid an unexpected backdrop of the Great Airship Mystery and the Old West.< Less
It is the early 1800s and Adelaide Engles is just trying to forget her past. She leaves her childhood hometown to stay with a friend, only to find that the mystery and intrigue of her past has... More > followed her. She has to learn to differentiate between her friends and enemies, even when it means that her lover may be a killer.< Less
When Mitchell James answers his doorbell on a quiet Monday evening, he's not expecting to find two detectives standing on his porch. And he's certainly not expecting the pair to begin asking him... More > questions about his brother, Ray, who he hasn't seen or spoken to in 20 years. But when the detectives go on to tell him that they believe Ray's dead body may be lying in
the morgue, Mitch's comfortable little world is rocked.
As the shock of that news forces Mitch to re-examine memories from a painful childhood, he begins a journey to discover the truth about what has actually happened to Ray since their falling out so long ago.
Will the secret the two brothers share come to light now, after being buried for all those years? What part did it play in setting up the events of the present? And after working so hard to keep that secret from ever coming out, will Mitch have no choice but to watch its discovery destroy his own future?< Less
Back to the Rat by Larry Rochelle
Tennis pro Palmer Morel needs help and his tennis club friend, Debra Darby, tells him to relax. What he needs is a change of scene.
Darby urges Morel to get... More > therapy for his depression at “The Body Shop” in Carrboro and promises he will just love the creative way the therapists move from patient to patient, getting them to dance, write in their journals and sketch free hand impressions of life.
Morel is unsure about this unorthodox approach but shows up one day at “The Body Shop” and is hooked. One therapist in particular appeals to him, and soon he and the petite blond Pris Price become friends.< Less
(Sydney and Siena), are now 19 years old and at the top of their game. The country has come into hard times with most dependent on the government just to get by. Is the severe economic downturn just... More > another bad-luck depression, or is there something else afoot? President Grover is looking bad for reelection. Is his strong man, General Baska hurting the cause, or causing the hurt? The twins find themselves heading for the battle of their lives when their old friend Gerrard Erikson comes back from Washington, and he isn’t alone.
While there’s plenty of action, a touch of humor and a hint of romance, there is no foul language, no sex scenes and no graphic violence. This book also touches on prophecy lightly.< Less
America's corrupt war on drugs documents the fraudulent war on drugs by America's leaders that details numerous examples of drug trafficking by covert government personnel, sham drug charges against... More > innocent people, and a reflection of how a literal secret government preys upon the American people.< Less
It began with the brutal murder of five teens late in May. Among these was Natasha Phillips, gone before her prime. She was mudered on the roadside with her friends by Morrie Parks, known in... More > Huntington as a legend among men. For over forty years, his atrocities have gone unpunished and remained an urban myth. One lonely back road has upheld a reputation for roadside murders, leading to this fateful day. Torn by guilt for spiraling their untimely demise into action, Desiree Clarke, cousin of two victims, retreated into exile. She became but a shape in the shadows, destined for vengeance. . . .< Less
The FBI Ghost Division is a secret division of the FBI. The law does not apply to them, officially their members do not exist, they are Ghosts. The job is to investigate the unnatural. When they find... More > something that shouldn't exist, like a Ghost or a demon, invading our world their first job is to stop it. There second job, to make sure that no one knows that these things exist.
Agent Aiden White is getting a new rookie partner in Grace Parker. Together during their adventures they stumble upon a case of missing young girls.
Silas Hanrahan is a defrocked priest who was arrested for the murder of the love of his life Elizabeth Murphy. After spending 18 months in jail fighting for his freedom once he is released he must go in search for his missing love to find out what really happened to her.
How do these two events collide and what do they have to do with the potential end of the world? We shall see.< Less
Jacob Trakofski is just an average teenager, or just an average teenager until his best friend, Jessica Smith, is murdered. As soon as this fateful event occurs, Jacob's life turns upside down, his... More > new best friend, Aldo, is acting mysteriously, and his teacher falls in love with his mother. Nothing is as it was when Jacob ends up in prison for a crime he didn't commit it seems like there is only one option; escape.< Less
A dream of a German basketball team comes true when given the chance to play in the USA. Anja Moller and her team bring in the wins but as they continue to play, winning isn't what the have to worry... More > about. The Blackhearts weren't really excepted to the USA. Teammates end up showing up dead. Is it someone close to the team killing or an angry American. Read and get into the mystery.< Less
This is the story of Charlie Ford, a decorated Vietnam-era Navy pilot who launched his civilian career piloting commercial air freight across the Gulf Coast states. In 1985, a chance meeting with... More > his former wing man drew Charlie into the CIA's private war against communist rebels in Central America.
The Nicaraguan army shot down a C-123 cargo plane in 1986, near the southern border with Costa Rica. Three American citizens died in that crash; another was captured two days later. Few are aware that two men were never captured, escaping through the dense jungle. One of them was Charlie Ford.
Instead of finding a safe haven back in the States, Charlie found that he and his family faced an even greater enemy ... his own government.
In COMPLICIT, Patrick Joffrion will keep you riveted as defense attorney Pappy Travis and his investigator Rip Jackson return in this novel, uncovering links to powerful US officials responsible for the assassination of Americans who knew too much about covert operations.< Less
Isaac Porter M.D. lost his wife on 9/11. Struggling to move on after so many years, he joins the State Department as a Regional Medical Officer (RMO) to get away and start over in a foreign land. ... More > His journey to Addis Ababa, the capital of Ethiopia, is rocked from the beginning by tragedy and death.
Who is behind the plot? Vengeful Terrorists? Russian Spies? Ethiopians? Someone at the Embassy? Dr. Porter must solve the case before he is recalled to Washington or becomes the next victim.
Love, truth, hate, fiction, revenge, order, redemption and chaos stalk him as he tries to find out what happened.< Less
The K2 team are separated. With the castle snowed in, Johno, Helen and Thomas head off to the Caribbean for a holiday, but find themselves kidnapped, a struggle to escape and to survive whilst the... More > castle is attacked. Beesely is on his own, up against a determined and skilled opponent, as Otto tries to deliver his baby in the middle of a battle.< Less
This is the story of Charlie Ford, a decorated Vietnam-era Navy pilot. Charlie launched his civilian career piloting commercial air freight across the Gulf Coast states. In 1985, a chance meeting... More > with his former wing man drew him into the CIA's private war against communist rebels in Central America.
The Nicaraguan arm shot down a C-123 cargo plane in 1986, near the southern border with Costa Rica. Three Americans died in that crash; another was captured two days later. Few are aware that two men were never captured, escaping through dense jungle. One of them was Charlie Ford.
Instead of finding a safe haven back in the States, Charlie found that he and his family faced an even greater enemy.
In COMPLICIT, Patrick Joffrion will keep you riveted as defense attorney Pappy Travis and his investigator Rip Jackson return in his second novel, uncovering links to powerful U.S. officials responsible for the assassination of American citizens who knew too much about covert operations.< Less