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Dangerous Flaws by Susan Hunter on Tour February 1 – March 31, 2019 Synopsis: A chilling murder shocks a small Wisconsin town. True crime writer Leah Nash is stunned when police investigating the murder of a beautiful young college professor focus on her ex-husband Nick. Leah has no illusions about her ex, but despite his […]

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Rotten Peaches by Lisa de Nikolits on Tour February 1-28, 2019 Synopsis: Rotten Peaches is a gripping epic filled with disturbing and unforgettable insights into the human condition. Love, lust, race and greed. How far will you go? Two women. Two men. One happy ending. It takes place in Canada, the U.S. and South Africa. […]

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The Company Files The Good Man by Gabriel Valjan on Tour January 14-26, 2019 Synopsis: Jack Marshall had served with Walker during the war, and now they work for The Company in postwar Vienna. With the help of Leslie, an analyst who worked undercover gathering intelligence from Hitler’s inner circle, they are tasked to do […]

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Dark Paradise by Gene Desrochers on Tour January 1-31, 2019 Synopsis: Boise Montague’s life in Los Angeles has fallen apart. After his wife dies, he returns to the tiny island where he grew up. Unfortunately, coming home doesn’t bring him the peace he’s looking for. Things have changed drastically since his last visit. The island […]

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Tail of the Dragon by Connie di Marco on Tour July 16 – August 31, 2018 Synopsis: San Francisco astrologer Julia Bonatti never thought murder would be part of her practice, but now, Julia’s former boss and current client has asked for help. He has serious problems at his law firm. Two attorneys and a […]

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The Body in the Ballroom by R.J. Koreto on Tour July 1-31, 2018 Synopsis: President Teddy Roosevelt’s daring daughter, Alice, leaps into action to exonerate a friend accused of poisoning a man just about everyone hated. Alice Roosevelt, the brilliant, danger-loving daughter of President Theodore Roosevelt, has already risked an assassin’s bullet to solve one […]

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