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Book: Ahoy Gum Drop! by M.M. aka Miss Mae
What if -? What if you no longer could find your favorite chocolate in your candy store? What if the store informed you they may never get in a new shipment? Imagine the horror, the chaos, the wailing and gnashing of teeth, not to mention your impending foul-mood. And then imagine this scenario happening on a worldwide scale! What can be the problem? What can be the solution? It's up to the brave [...]
 
Book: The Other Side of the Window by S.Z. Berg
Savannah Bloom, a small-town news reporter, is suddenly struck with obsessions that force her to do whatever it takes to tame them so as to hide them from the world. Her secret is revealed when she becomes the central figure of a national story she uncovers. Savannah must gather strength and courage to emerge triumphantly. Written by award-winning journalist S.Z. Berg - Reviews - "The ending is [...]
 
Book: Playing Dead by Jody E. Lebel
Court reporter Renee Rose found out the hard way that hooking up with a cop is like a bikini wax--it starts off hot, turns painful, and ends in tears. But when her best friend receives an e-mail, supposedly from her long-dead fiance, demanding money, Renee knows they need help. Too bad help comes in the form of Detective Anthony Graciano, an annoying, bossy cop who somehow manages to haul Renee's [...]
 
Book: The Order (The Chase Newton Series) by Bryan M. Powell
Chase Newton, an investigative reporter finds himself caught in an international conspiracy when he tries to uncover the truth behind a shadowy organization growing in Beaumont, Colorado. His quest not only puts him in danger, but threatens the lives of those he loves. Armed with a cigarette lighter and the Document which places half the country under the control of the Order, Chase prepares to [...]
 
Book: Reflection by Kim Cresswell
Florida investigative reporter, Whitney Steel, has lived in the shadow of her legendary father long enough. To prove herself she needs to find the "Big" story. She found it. Now it may kill her. After receiving a lead pointing to the world's first cloned human, now a small child, Whitney vows to unravel the truth. However, sifting through the facts proves to have dangerous results, including [...]
 
Book: Educating Daphne by K. T. Roberts
Isabella Carrington really screwed up this time! It took her three years to build her reputation as a political columnist and only minutes to watch it nosedive, all because of a dumb mistake. Okay, so she got a little sloppy when she convinced her peer to let her write the Valentine's Day column so she could dedicate it to her boyfriend. Too bad she didn't pay more attention to the photograph she [...]
 
Book: Serial Vengeance by Melissa Wren Williams
Pulitzer Prize-winning Washington Post reporter Olivia Penn already lost her baby and her best friend. She's not about to lose the biggest story of her career. With the help of her police contact, she's on the case of what appears to be a random string of high-profile suicides sparked by guilty consciences. But there's something strange about the suicide notes: They all say, "I deserve to die." [...]
 
Book: A Taste of Gold by Deryn Pittar
Psychic twins with special talents meet two thieves, two Taniwha, and one pretty reporter as they experience the adventure of a lifetime On a prospecting holiday, brothers Jason and Levi discover an ancient supernatural creature, a Taniwha named Otanewainuku, who gives them 'humming stones' in exchange for their silence about its treasure. They also cross paths with two thieves. Their [...]
 
Book: Love's Justice (Crimson Romance) by Rionna Morgan
Sarah Johnson is a profiler in Portland, Oregon. She thinks she has successfully moved beyond the pain of her mother's death fifteen years ago. However, when Justin Breslow shows up at her office claiming to be an investigative reporter from Dallas wanting to do a feature on her mother, Sarah realizes the pain has just been dormant. She agrees to work with Justin; she's always wanted to retrace [...]
 
Book: Beyond a Doubt (A Carol Childs Mystery Book 2) by Nancy Cole Silverman
"A high-speed chase of a mystery, filled with very likable characters, a timely plot, and writing so compelling that readers will be unable to turn away from the page." - Kings River Life Magazine - When reporter Carol Childs is called to the scene of a body dump she has no idea she's about to uncover a connection to a string of missing girls. Young, attractive women drawn to the glitz and [...]
 
Book: The Purloined Skull by Velda Brotherton
Everyone in Cedarton, Arkansas has their own opinion as to how a headless body came to be dug up by a marijuana farmer's dogs. DALLAS STARR is blessed, or cursed, with visions of what his Cherokee ancestors call asgi'na, ghosts, and anasgi'na, evil spirits. This combination gives him the ability to sense lingering spirits of those who've died by or committed violence. An ex-narc from the mean [...]
 
Book: A Message in the Roses by Sandy Semerad
On a snowy day in Atlanta, Carrie Sue Justice revisits the past as a young and passionate newspaper reporter, covering a shooting death in her community: It's 1986. Her life is a mess. She catches her husband with another woman inside the antebellum home she inherited from her parents. Then she falls in love with an unavailable man plagued with guilt. The man is none other than the irresistible [...]
 
Book: Red Haze (Toxic Friendships) by Adrian Lilly
Something sinister is happening at Grove University... Some nights the woods on the edge of campus glow with a spectral, shimmering red haze. Marne Montgomery knows she's seen it. She also saw a figure in the haze. He beckoned to her and then vanished. Marne laughs off the incident until her roommate, Sara Murdock, shows her a picture of a student. The one Marne saw in the woods. But he's been [...]
 
Book: Reincarnated Horse Reporter by John Robert McCauley
An investigative reporter for the Richmond Times-Dispatch tries to recapture stories of nostalgic memories, and stumbles upon a charismatic waitress, who dies unexpectedly, but seems to be reincarnated in another free spirited woman he meets. The reporter sends readers on an unforgettable adventure set in a world of racehorses, steeplechase races, wild horses and the magic of fox hunts, which [...]
 
Book: The Plaza by Guillermo Paxton
Based on true events, many investigated by the author personally, THE PLAZA was inspired by the murder of crime reporter Armando "El Choco" Rodriguez, of El Diario de Juarez. Plaza. Spanish: in Mexican culture, a slang word describing the territory of a certain drug cartel. "I've been a reporter for years, and a resident of Juarez, Mexico all of my life. I've never seen anything like it. No one [...]
 
Book: Mirrored by Dalia Florea
A 16-year-old murdered in the Lincoln Houses is only the beginning... Investigative reporter Nicole Watkins covers the story, but when she comes face to face with homicide detective Andre Moore, she finds herself guarding more than her sources. Shaken by the murder, Detective Moore must put his own emotions aside or risk not only his life, but that of the attractive reporter, but is he strong [...]
 
Book: Mounting Storm (Kate Conway) by William Thompson Ong
While tracking down a stolen painting, investigative reporter Kate Conway begins to suspect America's most powerful media czar is not the Cambridge graduate and British citizen he claims to be while unexpectedly falling in love with the man's son. Will their torrid relationship survive when the truth explodes in a deed that traumatizes an entire city? Will Kate pry open the ultimate deception [...]
 
Book: Leaving Story Avenue - My journey from the projects to the front page by Paul LaRosa
Emmy-Award winning CBS News producer Paul LaRosa's evocative memoir of his days growing up in a Bronx housing project and working as a reporter at The New York Daily News in the late 1970s. Paul was a clueless kid growing up in a Bronx housing project when he discovered there might be more to life. As the projects went from idyllic to dangerous, Paul made his way to The New York Daily News where [...]
 
Book: Love Finds You in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin by Pamela S. Meyers
As beautiful Lake Geneva plays host to Chicago's elite in the exciting Big-Band era, aspiring reporter Meg Alden wants to work in a man's world. Will the man who steals her job also win her heart? It's 1933, and beautiful Lake Geneva is a summertime playground for Chicago's wealthy. Local girl Meg Alden works at the town newspaper, but she aspires to be a real reporter. When a job opens up, Meg [...]
 
Book: Cunja by Donnette Smith
News reporter, Priscilla Hart, is guilty of using her charm to con Detective Logan Payne out of privileged information for a homicide story she's covering. But when the killer attacks her, she's forced to turn to the same man she swindled and beg him for protection. Helping Priscilla is the last thing on Logan's mind. He's more interested in getting her to confess she fabricated the assault to [...]
 
Book: Atlanta Blues by Robert Lamb
A reporter and two cops look for a missing college girl. The search leads through the underbelly of urban Atlanta to murder and heartbreak. As a reporter for The Atlanta Constitution, I covered many stories about life on the city's mean streets. I always knew I would some day write about it. --- Readers Say: 'This haunting novel will keep you awake reading it the first night, thinking about it [...]
 
Book: Dark Flames Rising - A Suspense Thriller by Randall S. Davis
We met at a French restaurant on the west side of town. I walked over, stood there, a loss for words. What does a guy think when goddess doesn't come close to an accurate description. Some of my buddies warned me. Don't go there it's not worth it. Seven months later I'm fighting in the streets, tripping over bodies, evading bullets and the encroaching mob. Staring up at her as she attempted to [...]
 
Book: Death in the Moonlight by Warren Bull
Abraham Lincoln is one of the most loved and the single most despised president in American History. Scholars continue to write about and debate his every word. In each generation many people seek to claim him as their own while others try to slander or disown him entirely. No American can ignore him. In my novel, Death in the Moonlight, Abraham Lincoln's "A house divided" speech is witnessed by [...]
 
Book: Stranger in the White House by Bryan Powell
But why was I chosen for this job, anyway? I'm not an FBI agent." "You are the only person that James Randall trusts and calls, so you are the go-to guy," he said with a smile, "so let's go save the country." In Stranger in the White House, investigative reporter Chase Newton is once again called upon to uncover the evil that has taken over his government and is trying to destroy America.
 
Book: Lemurian Medium (A Rachel Blackstone Paranormal Mystery Series, Book 2) by G G Collins
"I'm a reporter," Rachel said. "I write about the arts, festivals, new projects in the city. What I'm not is some kind of psychic astral traveler! How did I get here? Planning a trip to another dimension?" Reluctant psychic Rachel Blackstone watches in horror as a friend vanishes into a painting at a posh Santa Fe gallery. Unable to find Stella by customary methods, the reporter who has recently [...]
 
Book: The Vitamin Queen of Ojai - A novel on aging for every woman (and man) who wants to be 18 again by Joseph T. Buff
When a newspaper reporter splashes before-and-after photos in her Sunday edition of a wrinkling, graying, overweight 52 year-old math and computer science teacher who now looks like a thin, spooky-beautiful teenager, national TV and press crews scurry to Ojai, California, three hours northwest of Los Angeles, to christen a new international celebrity. The reporter concludes that Kelly Smith [...]
 
Book: The Saint of Florenville - A Love Story by Alfred J. Garrotto
A Roman Catholic nun, Mother Marie-Therese, is the surviving victim of one of Belgium's most notorious crimes, involving kidnap, torture, and murder. It all took place in enchanting, picturesque Bruges, Belgium, the Venice of the North. Her co-victim, an American priest, Father Thomas Jensen, did not survive. Although his body was never found, Piet Van Kampen confessed to killing the priest, for [...]
 
Book: The Inventor, a tale of Old San Francisco by Steve Bartholomew
The year 1880: Young Jeremy Fantom has decided he hates his job as reporter on the San Francisco Bulletin. He especially dislikes having to cover riots and rabble rousers like Denis Kearney and Mayor Kalloch. His viewpoint begins to change when he encounters a strange inventor and his beautiful daughter, Hollyhock. Is her father, Mr Worrell, a crackpot or a genius? Or does that even matter?
 
Book: Story of The Ghost by Charles Mahoney
Story of The Ghost is a contemporary piece of literature in which an athletic teenage boy -- nicknamed "The Ghost" by an ambitious reporter -- struggles to overcome loneliness and an escaped prisoner's lust for fame as he fields a one-player football team for a Native American school in the Sonoran Desert.
 
Book: Two Birds With One Stone - Rebecca Stone Mystery Short Stories by Phyllis Zimbler Miller
This is the second outing for amateur sleuth and Los Angeles business reporter Rebecca Stone. In the short stories SOLID AS STONE and COLD AS STONE Rebecca must use her investigative newspaper skills to solve a crime before it is too late. This ebook also includes three recipes from the Jewish holiday book (available on Amazon) SEASONS FOR CELEBRATION by Rabbi Karen L. Fox and Phyllis Zimbler [...]
 
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