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The Punch Escrow

by Claire Rudy Foster

It’s 2109. Teleportation coexists with Rome’s iconic Vespa scooters, and the Mona Lisa has just disappeared. Following a plasma storm that knocks out the city’s tech network, Joel Byram wakes up with a very loose grasp on time... Read More

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Resurrection America

by Claire Rudy Foster

Sheriff Rick Johnson has two problems: his present, and his past. Now that he’s safely home from a tour of duty in the Middle East, he’s settled into small-town life in Resurrection, Colorado. Even in that one-horse town, though, his... Read More

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Bright Shiny Things

by Claire Rudy Foster

Investigator Mumtaz Hakim is not sure how she feels about Allah’s plan. As a strong Muslim woman negotiating the hostile world of modern London, she’s well aware of the prejudices and shortcomings of her community: “Good... Read More

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Part of the Silence

by Claire Rudy Foster

Memory is slippery. Acted on by the present and our wishes for the future, the past changes shape. Like a boomerang, it can turn and slice us to ribbons. Nobody knows that better than Charlotte Harrison, who is drawn into a shocking... Read More

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Autopsy of a Father

by Claire Rudy Foster

Nostalgia has a Greek root but was certainly perfected in France. In the suburbs of Paris, a young woman named Ania reenters the complex world of her childhood following her father’s suicide. What she finds—in her own memory, and in... Read More

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Shadow of the Lions

by Claire Rudy Foster

Tradition, honor, and secrets knit a deadly web at the prestigious Blackburne boarding school. The “rules are stark as barbed wire against snow: you will not lie, nor cheat, nor steal, nor tolerate those who do.” Which is too bad for... Read More

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The Killing Files

by Claire Rudy Foster

Dr. Maria Martinez knows a few things about guilt. Convicted of a murder she doesn’t remember, Maria grapples with her slippery past, in "The Killing Files", the second book in the Project Trilogy. Although experience has taught her... Read More

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Fault Lines

by Claire Rudy Foster

Charlie Hazard has been around the block a time or two. A combat veteran who works security to pay the bills, he’s picked up his share of scars—and shrapnel too. But when a beautiful, mysterious psychologist asks for his help,... Read More

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