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  • Author of Catch me if you Dare Synopsis: Notorious serial killer Max Baxter has escaped from federal prison and has struck again. Three young women have gone missing from malls across the Midwest...

  • Jane's short stories have appeared in several crime fiction anthologies. Jane’s debut novel An Unfamiliar Murder was published in the US in 2012 and was nominated as best mystery in the...

  • After a successful career as an instructional and business writer and ghost-writer of informational products, Australian author, Lorraine Cobcroft, re-invented herself as ''The Rainbowriter'' to...

  • Deb Richardson-Moore is pastor of the non-denominational Triune Mercy Center – a mission church that ministers to and alongside the homeless in Greenville, South Carolina.  Her...

  • How hard could it be? You take Dimensional Portal(TM) technology and push - ahem, I mean convince - several seasoned (I like mine with more salt than is healthy and a dash of Tabasco) journalists...

  • Larry Seeley, author of the award-winning mystery/suspense novels, Gypsies, Tramps, and Thieves (April 2010), 17 Degrees North (March 2012), and The Bridge of the Americas (December 2012),...

  • I write novels about everyday people dealing with the universal ideals of love, loss, regret, and death—and the emotions associated with those ideals. A reader once told me that my work was,...

  • Nick Dante is happy not having any cases to investigate and sitting in the Black Heart in Camden, drinking American IPA's, while practising to be a full-time curmudgeon. However, when Maya Prada's...

  • Author of 'The Alexandria Project'. Synopsis: "Thank you for your contribution to the Alexandria Project" is the message cyber attackers leave behind as they delete crucial data from computer...

  • Cassandra Parkin grew up in Hull, and now lives in East Yorkshire. Her short story collection, New World Fairy Tales (Salt Publishing, 2011), won the 2011 Scott Prize for Short Stories and her...

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