NAZI WEREWOOFS by Karl Larew — a zany and fun vampire spoof for adults

How can a retired college history professor write these amusingly unconventional vampire spoofs? Enjoy with your favorite cocktail.

GOD’S HOUSE by John Trudel, an international thriller

John Trudel's fast-paced political thriller will have you turning pages quickly to piece together it's complex puzzles and engaging characters.

VALHALLA REVEALED by Robert A. Wright, a historical thriller

A businessman finds secrets tied to military and spy networks in this epic historical thriller following the aftermath of World War II. A perfect novel for lovers of historical fiction and international espionage thrillers .

DEAD in DUBAI by Marilynn Larew; an international spy thriller

A fascinating femme-sometimes-fatale protagonist takes on the subtleties of international dealings in diamonds, deception and death that are hidden from the headlines. Exotic locales, double crossings, and wry wit ratchets up the suspense in this spy vs. spy thriller series.

The QUEBEC AFFAIR by Robert Penbrooke, a Spy Thriller

A promising entry into the spy/thriller field for the debut author, whose well-researched plotting propels the work to a satisfying conclusion.

CONFESSIONS of an ASSASSIN by Linda Heavner Gerald

A young, privileged woman asserts her independence from her family with destructive, life-changing consequences. After years of regret, will she find salvation?

WORST OF ALL EVILS by Janet McClintock

After an economic collapse, the US Constitution is set aside; civil rights are a thing of the past. This is not the America that Joan Bowman fought for in Iraq.

SOFT TARGET by John Trudel

A heart-pumping tale of bio-weaponry, kidnapping, espionage and treason.

An Editorial Review of “The Politician’s Daughter” by Marion Leigh

Sergeant Petra Minx is searching for the missing daughter of an influential Canadian politician. Her search takes her aboard the mega yacht "Titania" and into a world of sordid excess, where she is swept up in sex, violence, drugs, and the seductive and ruthless Don Leon.

An Editorial Review of “Raven’s Run” by John D. Trudel

A covert CIA mission gone sideways, a harrowing post-WWI transatlantic flight, and a research facility with “remote viewing” capabilities: three seemingly separate stories woven across time and locations bring us to the brink of an attack that would annihilate North America in this entertaining and suspenseful novel titled "Raven’s Run."Mechanical techies will enjoy Raven’s Run’s detailing of weaponry and engine mechanics on airplanes and ships, in both military and private use. Trudel challenges some widely held positions on climate change, Islam, the JFK assassination, Vietnam, international incidents occurring between WWII and today.