Death Of An Assassin by Ann Marie Ackermann

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The year is 1835. In the Kingdom of Württemberg, in the small town of Bönnigheim, a murder has just been committed. The town’s beloved mayor has been gunned down in cold blood- a senseless crime with no apparent motive- and the elusive murderer manages to slip away, seemingly without trace. Despite the best efforts of a remarkably ingenious investigator, the case would remain unsolved for decades.

On the other side of the Atlantic, a storm is brewing between the Mexican government and American settlers, eventually erupting into the Texas Revolution. As America is drawn into war with Mexico, troops are amassed to besiege Veracruz in what would become the first large-scale amphibious assault conducted by United States military forces, and the largest in history until D-Day. In writing of the battle, Robert E Lee makes a curiously poignant entry in his journal regarding the heroic death of a German-American soldier, remarking “I doubt whether all Mexico is worth to us the life of that man”. Little could he have known that the man to whom he ascribed such praise was actually an assassin.
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Probable Cause For Vengeance by David Wolf

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ebq5stA terrorist is on the run, and it’s up to deputy US Marshal Sam Carter to track him down and bring him to justice.

As a decorated Vietnam veteran and lawman for over 30 years, Sam Carter has always been an upstanding citizen and devoted upholder of the law. When his ex-partner on the force -a promising young man and new father- is brutally murdered in cold blood, he will stop at nothing to track down the perpetrator and bring him to justice. But as Sam hunts the monster down, an internal struggle begins deep within himself, and when the time comes, he must decide whether or not he will take justice into his own hands.
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Deadly Spirits by E. Michael Helms

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ebq4stAt the insistence of his girlfriend Kate, Mac reluctantly joins the Palmetto Paranormal Society, a small group of ghost hunters who investigate local historic buildings for signs of supernatural activity. It all seems like innocent fun- that is, until the society’s president is discovered dead at the foot of a staircase during an investigation.

Though the death is ruled an accident, one question lingers in Mac’s mind. Why did no one hear the man fall down the stairs? Mac decides to do a little prodding of his own into the case- and when the late president’s secretary turns up dead in an apparent suicide, he knows he’s stumbled onto a much deeper mystery than he first suspected…
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Destiny Be Damned! by Hal Wilson

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Private Investigator Todd Docker heads to Kansas City on a personal mission to find the killer of his ex-partner’s daughter…

But Docker’s not exactly welcome in the city. After years of service on the police force, an unfortunate incident placed him in the middle of a PR smear that left him with enemies both inside the KCPD and on the street. If he’s going to get anywhere with the case, Docker knows he’s going to need to keep a low profile- something easier said than done.

After just moments of being in the city, he’s involved in an accident that lands his face in the news, and in front of the very person who swore to take Docker’s life in revenge.

With the help of a freelance reporter and a few loyal friends in the PD, Docker works his way through the mysterious circumstances surrounding the death of the young girl, but with danger lurking around every corner, can he outwit his enemies and find her killer before it’s too late?
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Featured Book: Trial of Injustice by T.K. Ware

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GUILTY UNTIL PROVEN INNOCENT

On a Thursday morning in Banker, Alabama the body of a twenty-one year-old woman was discovered murdered. After the police and forensics inspected, with the help of eyewitnesses and fingerprints, the man responsible for the heinous crime was identified as Pastor Thaddeus Ganvis.

Charles ‘Esquire’ Everson, a man gifted with determination and an avenger of truth, became the most prestigious and sought after lawyer in the state of Alabama, due to his unwavering litigation skills. After finishing another victorious case, he returned to his office. As the day continued, he found himself logging into Facebook, and nearly dropped his phone when he discovered that his former pastor was arrested for first-degree murder.
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Author Guest Post: J. Frank James “Dead Money Run”

jfrankjamesMy name is James F. Johnson, Jr. and my father was killed in WWII while flying a B-24 over Hungary during the war. When he was alive he used his middle name of Franklin and liked to be called Frank. When I decided to write books I took the name J. Frank James in honor of my father. The interesting thing is that during the war he was last stationed in Savannah, Georgia which has often been mentioned in a lot of my books as well as an old abandoned airbase called Harris Neck Airfield.

For several years during WWII Harris Neck Airfield was used as a staging point for the detection of German submarines off the coast of Georgia that were lying in wait for the Liberty supply ships leaving the Port of Brunswick in Brunswick, Georgia and the Navy port of Mayport established in 1942 just outside of Jacksonville, Florida.
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Review & GIVEAWAY: Deadly Dunes by E. Michael Helms

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ebq5stWhen a young archaeologist is found dead from an alleged suicide, P.I. Mac McClellan is called in to investigate. Hours later, the woman who hired him is killed in a car accident. With nothing to go on but but vague suspicions and a few artifacts from a nearby site, Mac is determined to discover who is behind the deaths and why. As the pieces of the puzzle begin to come together, his investigation leads him to a possible camp site of Hernando de Soto- and a planned multi-million-dollar beach resort. The more Mac digs, the more he realizes that everyone seems to have something to hide, and somebody is willing to do whatever it takes to keep him out of the picture.
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