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Nomad Project Series by Nick Millini

In inceptum finis est.

In the year 2038, the city of North Brook is under siege by a malicious organization bent on revenge. One man, Jack Nomad, is determined to find the leader of this group as he looks for the answers regarding the disappearance of his friend. Other characters join along, including the quiet Kira Young, who has a secret of her own. . . .

An ongoing series, with new episodes twice weekly.
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Aaron Flint by Alex Johnson

Sci Fi Private Eye

Humanity has spread across the stars. In the far reaches of space, a new colony is being built by Terragon Industries. The planet known as Haven is planned to be a designer colony where the rich can settle and thrive. For now, the planet is mostly inhabitable except for the large dome that covers an area the size of New . . .

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Call it a Mission by A. A. Roi

The Paranormal Mystery series

Palantine and Co. is an unusual company. But it seems attractive enough to out of work Gary Bellamy, with decent pay and a good benefits package. But things start to get a little strange. The CEO is perpetually out of town, apparently in search of ‘Enlightenment’. His co-workers are involved in research and investigations that appear to involve Bigfoot, ghosts, . . .

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Obnoxious Weeds by Kendall

No one is safe!

Obnoxious Weeds is a new fictional drama about the unfolding antics of the inhabitants of a small secluded town. The idea for this story came to me one day while I was weeding my garden. It just seemed so obnoxious that all these different varieties of weeds were winding their way through all of the other plants. These pesky . . .

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Wolf, Owl, & Black Apple by BlakeLocked

Wolf, Owl, & Black Apple is a serialized collection of mystery fiction, inspired by equal parts Sherlock Holmes and Terry Pratchett’s Discworld. It updates every Wednesday and Sunday. The collected stories revolve around long-time friends Juniper Wolf and Noel Lackaday, two orphans from the city-state of Arcanum. Fooled and kidnapped, the two end up stranded in the corrupt resort . . .

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Sheryl Holmes’ 221B Baker Detective Agency by E. H. Lau

A girl and her journey to become a great detective.

Sheryl Holmes has always loved Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s stories about his great detective. Inspired by the stories and deciding that she wasn’t given her surname by coincidence, Sheryl has opened up the 221B Baker Detective Agency so that she can become a great detective herself. Taking on cases, meeting other detectives, solving mysteries; Sheryl has a learn to . . .

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Mysteries of Our Lives by E. Ty Junior

Welcome to Hallandale, Massachussetts, a city of infinite possibilities—love, magic, deception, the unexplained, the unwanted, romance, and tragedy. You may settle in this sleepless city at your own risk, but remember that no stone goes unturned and that behind every locked door there is a reason it was not to be opened in the first place. . . .

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Superstition by Allan T. Michaels

Dashiell Aldridge is a private investigator. Who just happens to be an expert in occult phenomena. His adventures are wrought with suspense, mystery and magic. . . .

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SUPERSTITION

It’s certainly informative.

By Donna Sirianni, editor

Aug 5, 2008: I feel like I know my way around Washington DC now, that’s for sure.

This was one of those stories that I wanted to like because I liked the idea of a private investigator that specialized in the occult. There’s a lot of weird stuff in this world. Really, it’s only natural that someone like him would exist. Kind of like a Monk meets Buffy type of thing. Unfortunately, I just couldn’t get into it.

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WOLF, OWL, & BLACK APPLE

A Scifi-Fantasy-Noir Sure to Excite and Entertain!

By Marn, author of Deep, Blue, Bottomless

Oct 17, 2015: Wolf, Owl, and Black Apple is one of my favorite currently-running serials, primarily because how completely unique it is compared to everything else out there. Not many other stories can boast a world that is a seamless blending of noir, fantasy, and science fiction – not quite urban fantasy, as some of the gadgets the characters have are pretty out there compared to present day technology. It’s unlike any fantasy setting you’ve ever read before. Crime solving in a universe where dwarves and bird-people exist alongside smartphones? Sign me up.

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