Mystery/Thrillers

The Dancer and the Dreamer <BR>By: Loretta Joyce
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ISBN: 1-59824-171-0
Edition: Paperback, 352 Pages
Publication Date: March 23, 2006
After eight years of marriage, the lives of Marty and Carolyn were torn to shreds by carelessness and Marty’s selfish choices. He was to blame for a hit-and-run accident that took place on a lonely country road and claimed the life of a pedestrian. His blood alcohol level would surely exceed the legal limit and he refused to make a police report because of his fear of a jail sentence. He had to abscond! He left his family and found solace on a horse breeding farm in Kentucky where his daydreams escalated to a point of no return.

Carolyn was left with shattered dreams, two children and an addiction to pain killers that she ingested to ease the discomfort in her broken foot. She couldn’t deal with the absence of her husband. The children were not enough to ease the loneliness that she felt. She fell prey to a handsome salesman that filled the void in her heart. She followed his lead into a drug world where excessive use put her in a coma for several months and robbed her of her memory after age fourteen, just six years older than her first born child!
A Concerto in A Minor - A Love Story <br>By: Monroe Williams
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ISBN: 1-59824-145-1
Edition: Paperback, 177 Pages
Publication Date: February 22, 2006
After serving four years in the Air Force, young Jay Patterson was now in a position to pursue his life’s dream .He wanted to work with students and become a high school band director.

He entered Greenville University’s music department at the ripe old age of twenty-two, and soon became one of its most admired and accomplished students.

Jean Felton, A beautiful young piano prodigy, enrolled in GU to work with one of the top piano professors in the country. The chemistry between the ex-GI and the young prodigy was instant and overwhelming. Their intense love was not to be denied.

Richard Crandall, a spoiled young man of wealth and privilege, followed Jean to GU, where his romantic advances toward her failed. Crandall, jilted and hurt, accidentally meets an ex-con named Ray (Mad Dog) Hudson who had a strong vendetta against a federal judge. That judge happens to be Jean’s father.

The collective hostility of a small group of men will create a scheming plan that will bring nationwide attention and change everyone’s lives forever. The story is played out against the background of the work of Norway’s most famous composer... Edvard Grieg’s powerful and popular Piano Concerto in A Minor.
The Mystery of the Green Box <BR>By: Dalton Miller and Gaythel Boggs Friend
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ISBN: 1-59824-147-8
Edition: Paperback, 85 Pages
Publication Date: February 22, 2006
Living in a small town and having superpowers gets Bobby and Andy into trouble when they become involved in solving the mystery of the green box. A plot to steal and sell uranium by people they thought they could trust leads them in a quest to find the green box and the answer to their unique abilities. Aided by Colonel Watkins and the lovely Martha Bolster, the two dashing lads discover the dangers of the criminal underworld.
Confetti of Dreams <br>By: Marylea DiRupo
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ISBN: 1-59824-132-X
Edition: Paperback, 149 Pages
Publication Date: February 9, 2006
This book is about a woman who inherits a home that has a deep dark secret. Filled with suspense and twists it will keep you on the edge of your seat. If you like mysteries that capture your reading and won’t allow you to put the book down, then this is the book for you. The ending will impact your mind with amazement. You will never be the same.
"151" - Thinker's Thoughts of All Fascinations <br>By: Dakota Diamond
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ISBN: 1-59824-118-4
Edition: Paperback, 157 Pages
Publication Date: December 2005

“Trance”

It’s always interesting to hear another person’s thoughts or philosophy about life. Some people are so boring they put you to sleep. Others can be so amusing. Some could change the way you think for the rest of your life. The lines, paragraphs and/or statements herein could be against all your beliefs. Then again, it could be right up your alley and change your life for the better.

The reason for this book is to provoke thoughts for the wondering. The book contains a massive variation of thoughts, it should be read slowly to ensure enjoyment and maximum comprehension of all brain interaction processes.

I thank you kindly for your interest at this point. Don’t stop, for most don’t know what they read, until it’s complete. I know this much, you won’t ever forget this book. Reading and acknowledgment is the beauty of it all. Don’t ever doubt anything in this world. A positive influence in any representative being is where you coincide. I love this world, I know you do too!

This book contains short stories, ponders, wonders and answers to some of the simplest of life’s questions. This book is for entertainment purposes and enjoyment, simple poetry and powerful statements. Enjoy!

                                                          Most Sincerely,
                                                          Dakota Diamond
Mystery Short Stories <BR>By: Christopher Van Loan
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Mystery Short Stories is an exciting collection of mystery and detective stories that will capture your imagination. After you are drawn in by the first story you will not be able to put this book down until you finish the last story.

Trade Paperback 50 pages
ISBN: 1-59824-083-8
Publisher: E-BookTime, LLC
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Tell It For A Toll, Toll It For A Tale <BR>By: Betty Judd-Leisten
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Willow Grove is a new beginning for the Lennox family.

The best thing that ever happened to them. Lois and her two boys had to get away from an abusive husband and father. Divorced and free, this was the place to start fresh.

Money was scarce, but Lois had a job with advancement. She knew they could make it. The rickety old house, with an orchard, she rented on the outskirts of town was livable. The old stories about it being haunted couldn’t be true, could they?

Life was good and getting better all the time. The boys settled in and made friends. Ethan, the oldest, was good at basketball and made first string on the team.

Then, the madness returned. Lewis Lennox came to town. No! Not again, Lois won’t let it happen again.

With help from Reverend Garrett and school teacher Donald Griffin. Can she make it? The odds are in her favor.

Trade Paperback 102 pages
ISBN: 1-59824-057-9
Publisher: E-BookTime, LLC
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Sin And Dandelions <BR>By: Lawrence Harvey
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Bruce Baldwin is puzzled when he receives a letter from a lawyer in Milford, Georgia stating that he is a beneficiary in the will of the late Judge Henry Justin, a person Bruce doesn’t know. He drives down and discovers that he likes the town and the people he meets there. However, many questions remain to disturb him. They are answered after Bruce searches for and finally locates his birth mother who reveals a startling, long kept secret.

Trade Paperback 187 pages
ISBN: 1-59824-041-2
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Piñata II - The Edge of Darkness <BR>By: Thomas Patten
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The sheik and his organization were gone along with the cargo of diamonds but a troublesome dilemma still plagued the international community.

Renwelt’s infamous Piñata was still alive and well. He meddled in political differences between third world nations and reaped fortunes in return for offering mercenary force. Payment was usually a nation’s art treasures that he sold to the wealthy and politically powerful of the world.

Sir Henry Shilling, a British intelligence agent, was given an assignment to bring an end to the troublesome activities of Renwelt and his Piñata.

The Sheik had boasted that he possessed a jewel-encrusted artifact that dated back to the second millennium BC. That artifact along with the fortune in diamonds and jewels lay in the depths of the Mediterranean Sea in Captain Wesley’s wreck.

A covert plan is set in motion. It involves two scholars that research biblical history at a Metamora monastery in Greece. Captain Wesley wanted the diamonds and agreed to lead the expedition. The services of a Greek deep-sea salvager were contracted. The wreck was found but fate dealt an unexpected hand to all in quest of the fortune. When the treasure was retrieved, terror came to the salvagers but a new love survived. The Piñata was destroyed and the sea reclaimed its bounty.

Trade Paperback 221 pages
ISBN 1-932701-84-2
Publisher: E-BookTime, LLC
Piñata<BR>By: Thomas Patten
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Sheik Abul Abdula Maktar will sell a vast amount of diamonds to finance his terrorist organization. He will smuggle the diamonds and a shipment of munitions into Europe. Allen Burns, an Englishman, is the Sheik’s gem cutter and responsible for moving the diamonds onto the market. He suggests that an American sailing vessel innocently cruising the Mediterranean would be the safest way to move the cargo. He contacts his old friend Captain Wesley, and convinces him that he has a buyer for his boat.

From the start, the offer was only a ploy to smuggle the cargo. The Captain was unknowingly pulled into the conspiracy as a pawn, to be sacrificed in the end. Anna, one of the Sheik’s agents posing as a vacationing traveler joined the Captain’s crew. Anna knew the romance that bloomed during the Atlantic crossing between she and the Captain would end in his destruction. She must kill her lover and knew that her only hope for happiness will die with him. The Piñata, a dangerous mercenary team, was hired to put a stop to the sheik’s plans.

Trade Paperback 201 pages
ISBN 1-932701-52-4
Publisher: E-BookTime, LLC