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The Six O Clock Rule by Bruce Thomason

Bruce Thomason
2011 Indie Excellence Book Award Finalist

A midnight shootout on the beach starts the action off with a bang in this explosive story of illicit drugs and bizarre multiple murders. As Detective Clay Randall and his team begin to unravel clues, two names keep popping up: rogue ex-cop Roy Connor, and his high profile boss, defense attorney Tony Savoy.

Filled with plot twists and double-dealings, the investigation takes an unexpected turn as the trail leads inside police headquarters.

The Six O Clock Rule, an intensely powerful follow-up to Body Toll, puts friendship to the ultimate test as the lines between right and wrong become blurred.

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Bad Blood by GW Reynolds III

GW Reynolds III The Mayport Murders: The horrific fact that five people were murdered in a trailer on a main street in Mayport, Florida, near John King’s haunted house, brought shock and horror to the family members of the victims and general public. However, such evil is not new to Mayport’s past. This most recent tragedy may go down in Mayport history as the worst, but it is definitely not the first.

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Body Toll by Bruce Thomason

Bruce Thomason Action-packed Cop Thriller – set in the oceanfront community of Jacksonville Beach, Florida. In a city known for its beautiful white sands and vibrant downtown, a vicious murderer is on the prowl for his next victim. As the body toll rises, Detective Sergeant Clay Randall and his team work around the clock to catch the elusive killer before he strikes again. The author has created a fast-paced tale of murder and mayhem that gives the reader an intimate glimpse into the mind of a serial killer. Climb into the police car, strap on your seatbelt, and get ready for a rollercoaster ride guaranteed to leave you breathless as you witness a classic battle between good and evil.

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The Keeping of Ellie by Nate Tolar

Nate Tolar Twenty some odd years after the death of old Dr. Brian, Vince, a young man recently discharged from the Army at the end of World War II, becomes infatuated when Ellie’s image smiles at him from the window of a passing bus. Then when he encounters her in a dream, and is lured to a flea market where he discovers an oil painting of her in an antique frame, he becomes even more intrigued. His obsession takes him to the previous owner of the portrait, who is the elderly spinster daughter of Dr. Brian, then to the ruins of the plantation in Mississippi, and finally to a nursing home and the woman, a centenarian and former slave who had lived at the plantation, and raised Ellie and Brian. The sprightly Miss Liza unfolds the story of her life at the plantation, and the concerns and tragic death of Ellie’s mother. She explains why she is still here, how she in implicated in the spell and the responsibility she was given by Ellie’s mother.

As the shadows hovering just beyond the edges of his mind draw closer and begin to take shape, Vince starts to understand his feelings, and why he is being entrusted with The Keeping of Ellie.

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Murder on the Rocks by Nancy Powell

Nancy Powell Take the grisly murder of a best-selling mystery writer, followed by a comedy of errors kind of investigation; stir in a whacky, whirlwind romance between an embittered, red-haired divorcee and a tough, irrepressible Miami Sun reporter; add the lure of the Florida Keys; then relish the taste of Murder on the Rock, a “whodunit”, with a twist you won’t be able to put down.
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