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Michael J. Sullivan
In the third installment of The Riyria Chronicles, best-selling author Michael J. Sullivan’s hero Riyria is hired to protect the last member of the oldest noble family in Avryn. To prevent this murder, Riyria enlists the help of war-weary mercenary Hadrian and ex-assasin Royce and ventures into an ancient corner of the world to save a mysterious woman who knows more about them than they know.
Tony Jacklin and Shelby Yastrow
Successful professional golfer Eddie Bennison’s world is shattered when, at the peak of his success, the golf world’s most popular magazine runs articles accusing him of cheating and doping. What follows is a ontentious legal battle between Bennison’s lawyer, Charlie Mayfield, and the battery of legal talent that magazine has haired to defend their First Amendment rights—as they see them.
In the first book of the Spinner Sagas series, sixteen-year-old Blaine’s life changes forever when her mother reveals that she isn’t who she thought she was: Blaine’s strange visions come from her true home, another realm of the universe called Renault. Blaine soon finds herself thrust into this alternate dimension where she encounters a mysterious boy named Elian. Together, they must combat an evil surging in the heart of the universe and conquer not only Blaine’s mounting doubt but destiny itself.
Patrick Baldwin had no idea missing Phoenix Airlines Flight 619 would mean the difference between life and death. When the flight he missed goes missing itself over the Pacific Ocean, Patrick begins to delve into the mystery of the missing airliner in hopes of discovering its fate and the fate of his three colleagues who were on board. The deeper he goes, the stranger the story. Was Flight 619’s disappearance an accident or something more sinister?
Andy Symonds and Chris McKinley
This riveting military thriller gives the reader an up-close, behind-the-scenes look into the SpecOps brotherhood with heart-pounding action that could only be relayed by a real Navy SEAL. A sequel Symond’s first novel, My Father’s Son, Enemy in the Wire is the story of a boy and a family whose world is ripped apart by war and still grappling with their wounds.