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Hundreds of books, ebooks, audiobooks and more from Award-Winning and Best-Selling authors. We also sell Print on Demand paperbacks, CD and MP3 Audiobooks, Music, DVD Video and more! Visit our complete product catalog @ speakingvolumes.mybigcommerce.com.

Our Award-Winning & Best-Selling Authors

Anne Argula, Annette Meyers, Annie Wood, Axel Kilgore, B.L. Morgan, Barbara Casey, Barbara D’Amato, Barry N. Malzberg, Bartle Bull, Beth Groundwater, Beth Kanell, Beverly Bird, Bill Brooks, Bill Pronzini, Bill Clem, Bob Anderson, Bob Judd, Bonnie MacDougal, Branka Cubrilo, Bret Jones, Brian Kelleher, C.C. Harrison, C. M. Wendelboe, Caro Ramsay, Catherine Dain, Charles (C.H.) Boyer, Charles Ryan, Charlotte MacLeod, Christine Andreae, Christopher Newman, Collin Wilcox, Cort Martin, Daisy Waugh, Dan Jorgensen, Darryl Ponicsán, David Daniel, David Dun, David R Topper, David W Ball, Dennis Danvers, Diane Glancy, Don Bendell, Donna Lagone, E.C. Ayres, Ed Gorman, Ellen Crosby, Eric Dean, F.M. Parker, Frank G Slaughter, Frankie Y Bailey, Fred Riley, Fritz Leiber, George T. Arnold, Gerald Hausman, Geraldine Harris, Greg Hunt, Ian Rankin, Ian Slater, J. Rodney Tafoya, J.R. Roberts, Jack Hillman, James D. Crownover, James Duermeyer, James Rouch, James Lovegrove, James V. Irving, Jasmine Cresswell, Jay Brandon, Jeanne Mackin, Jeannette Remak, Jerry Ahern, Jerry Kennealy, Jim Jones, Joe Bannister, Joe Moore, John Ball, John DeDakis, John Lutz, John McKinna, John D Nesbitt, John Tanner, Jonathan Aycliffe, Jonathan Terry, Jory Sherman, Joseph Ventolo Jr, Judy Alter, Justine Davis, Karen Hanson Stuyck, Kathleen Morris, Keith Taylor, Kenneth Abel, Kevin D. Randle, L Sydney Abel, Larry Maness, Linda Berry, Lori Herter, Luis Figueredo, Lyle Brandt, Lynn Sholes, Maan Meyers, Mack Maloney, MacKinlay Kantor, Marcia Muller, Mardi Oakley Medawar, Mark E. Scott, Mark (M.L.) Hoffman, Mark Warren, Martha C Lawrence, Martha Tolles, Martin Guinness, Martin Meyers, Matthew J. Flynn, Mary K. Johnson, Matt Braun, Matt Scott, Max McCoy, Melody Groves, Micah S Hackler, Micah T. Dank, Michael Zimmer, Nina Romano, Olga Bicos, Phil Elmore, P.M. Griffin, Paula Gunn Allen, R. Douglas Clark, Ralph Valentino, Randy Shamlian, Ray Garton, Rich Meyrick, Richard Hoyt, Richard Sapir, Robert Bausch, Robert J Conley, Robert Mayer, Robert J. Randisi, Robert Rayner, Robert Westbrook, Robert (R.G.) Yoho, Rod Miller, Rodman Philbrick, Roger Zelazny, Ronn Perea, Roy V. Gaston, Samantha Ahern, Sandra Worth, Scott E. Green, Sean Ellis, Seymour Blicker, Sharon Ahern, Stephen Steele, Steve Maricic, Steve Rasnic Tem, Sue Henry, Susan Koefod, Susan Rogers Cooper, Susan Sundwall, Suzanne Barr, Tabitha Baumander, Tadeusz R. Sas, Thom Reese, Tim Bryant, Tina Murray, Trae Q.L. Venerable, Valerie Anand, Virginia G. McMorrow, Warren Murphy, Wayne D. Overholser, and more! Check out all of our authors here →

Author Spotlight

Mack Maloney

Mack Maloney (Brian Kelleher) has written more than 50 novels including the best-selling Wingman series and the Codename Starman military mysteries, as well as three nonfiction books, Mack Maloney’s Haunted Universe, Beyond Area 51 and UFOs in Wartime. Mack is also the host of the nationally syndicated radio show and podcast “Mack Maloney’s Military X-Files.
Visit his website: https://www.mackmaloney.com/
Praise for Mack Maloney
"In Starhawk, Mack Maloney has created a Champion of Justice."—Midwest Book Review"
"The best high-action thriller writer out there today, bar none."—Jon Land, USA Today bestselling author —

The Jericho Storm

There’s a monster in Tokyo Bay.

Hundreds of feet tall and breathing fire, it’s able to destroy whole cities, sink entire battle fleets and knock swarms of jet fighters from the sky.

But there’s another, even more dangerous resident of the bay: a secretive psychopath intent on booby-trapping the planet with nuclear-armed IEDs unless the world’s population bends to their demands.
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The Sea of Moons

Three adventures of Agent Chris Starr, U.S. Naval Intelligence & Law Enforcement

Starr goes undercover as a powerboat racer to stop the Chinese from stealing a top-secret experimental engine intended for the SEALs. But when he gets shipwrecked on a deserted Tahitian island, Chris discovers the Chinese are the least of his problems.
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The Kalashnikov Kiss

Three adventures of Agent Chris Starr, U.S. Naval Intelligence & Law Enforcement .

There’s Something About Mary — When the “most beautiful girl” in San Diego is found murdered in a seedy motel, Lt. Chris Starr utilizes his ESP abilities to apprehend the suspect—a highly decorated U.S. Marine officer—and then keep him alive.
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Mack Maloney's Haunted Universe

You’ve heard him talk about it on the radio – now read all of Mack’s paranormal research in one, large volume.

Mack Maloney’s Haunted Universe contains hundreds of stories about ghosts, haunted airplanes and ships, supernatural battlefields, weird weapons, unexplained noises – and a breakdown of every monster in America, state by state.
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Recent Releases

SV Original Publications

Lakota Cowboy by John Hafnor

“Here, manifest destiny collides with native mysticism.”

Meet the last open range cowboy and the last nomadic Native American. Better yet, be present for their first handshake in the pages of Lakota Cowboy. Their stories become entwined in an unlikely friendship, but cannot change the inexorable march of history. You’ll witness that march from the back of a horse as they trot across the Little Bighorn, into the Canadian wilderness, past Wounded Knee Creek, to finally arrive in a homestead world of badlands hardship and romantic heartbreak.
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The Jericho Storm by Mack Maloney

"The best high-action thriller writer out there today, bar none."" —Jon Land, USA Today bestselling author

There’s a monster in Tokyo Bay.

Hundreds of feet tall and breathing fire, it’s able to destroy whole cities, sink entire battle fleets and knock swarms of jet fighters from the sky.

But there’s another, even more dangerous resident of the bay: a secretive psychopath intent on booby-trapping the planet with nuclear-armed IEDs unless the world’s population bends to their demands.
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Song of the Horseman by Mark Warren

"Award-winning writer of Wyatt Earp, An American Odyssey, winner of the 2020 Will Rogers Medallion Award, a 2019 Spur Award Finalist and an “Editor’s Choice” by The Historical Novel Society

In 1941 Jonas Walks-Through-the-Storm, a full-blooded Cherokee horse trainer in rural North Carolina, trains an equestrian unit at Camp Tuckasegee. As he straddles the racist divide while working with white men, a mutual love develops between him and the wife of an officer.
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Cerro Grande by Micah S. Hackler

A Sheriff Lansing Mystery
Book 10
A controlled burn by the US Park Service becomes an uncontrolled inferno. The Los Alamos National Laboratory, Santa Clara Pueblo, and the lives of thousands of people are threatened. Creatures of the forest escape any way they can. The people of Santa Clara Pueblo fight the blaze to protect their homes. An old hunting outfitter struggles to save his operations. Three teenagers tracking the animal are attacked and chased through the mountains by an unseen terror.
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Print Books

DeWitt's Strike by Greg Hunt

Ridge Parkman rode into DeWitt's Strike to do a job—get the little mining town's gold to the railhead at Adobe City. When he found out there were almost as many robbers as rocks along the trail to Adobe, he knew the job was going to be tough. But then marauders made the mistake of killing his friends and stealing his horse and it wasn't a job anymore.
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A Chance to Say Yes by Tina Murray

Finally, after years of struggle, Heston Demming is at the peak of his acting career—a Hollywood heartthrob, his handsome face on every tabloid. When he comes home to Naples, Florida, his opulent lifestyle is a declaration of victory over the poverty and hardship of his youth. But his triumphant return is a sham, a lie he's told himself to keep from facing the truth.
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Surviving the Lion's Den by Matt Scott

Trusted CIA operative Tom Delang is kidnapped in Dammam by Iranian operatives following a meeting with the Saudi ambassador to the United States and is tortured for coveted information.
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Last of the Pistoleers by Mark Warren

Award-winning writer of Wyatt Earp, An American Odyssey, winner of the 2020 Will Rogers Medallion Award, a 2019 Spur Award Finalist and an “Editor’s Choice” by The Historical Novel Society
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E-Books

Murder at Medicine Lodge by Mardi Oakley Medawar

In 1867, the Kiowa travel to Medicine Lodge, Kansas, along with the Comanche, Arapaho, Apache, and Cheyenne to meet with representatives of the U.S. government and to sign peace treaties. But not all of the Kiowa agree that the peace treaty is a good thing, and tensions between them and the U.S. Army ("The Blue Jackets") are running high.
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Ride to Vengeance by Greg Hunt

Ben Halpern figured on being a Mississippi hill farmer before the war came and killed his pa, dragging Ben away from home. Unjustly imprisoned, Ben was tough enough to survive, smart enough to escape the profiteering Confederate commander who had trampled on his life and taken his dream.
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Death and the Walking Stick by Linda Berry

The victim was dubbed an unpleasant old turkey buzzard and, truthfully, few mourned the passing of elderly Althea Boatright. After all, the cantankerous old biddy had recently run down a pedestrian with her car, due to poor eyesight and her little dog tangled at her feet. Ogeechee, Georgia, police officer Trudy Roundtree had the dubious honor of confiscating Althea's driver's license—and, sadly, regarding her lifeless body beside her bathtub. An accident, obviously.
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Triple Play by James D. Crownover

Baseball came west with the pioneers and settlers. Every town and a lot of ranches had a team. The game has a part in this story and one man’s fascination with the triple play has a larger part. Young Tucker beavers plays ball and grows up on the Mountain Beavers Ranch with his best friends Rance Brown and Lucinda Nealy. When he is fifteen his father gives him a herd of wild cows and his career as a rancher begins.
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Audiobooks

Nine Princes in Amber by Roger Zelazny

Amber burns in Corwin's blood. Exiled on Shadow Earth for centuries, the prince is about to return to Amber to make a mad and desperate rush upon the throne. From Arden to the Pattern deep in Castle Amber which defines the very structure of Reality, Corwin must contend with the powers of his eight immortal brothers, all Princes of Amber. His savage path is blocked and guarded by eerie structures beyond imagining — impossible realities forged by demonic assassins and staggering Forces that challenge the might of Corwin's superhuman fury.
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A Night in the Lonesome October by Roger Zelazny

Zelazny manages to cleverly combine Jack (the Ripper), Sherlock Holmes, Dr. Frankenstein, and Dracula together with witches, werewolves, druids and many others in this amusing tale of an approaching confrontation that, on the Halloween of a full-moon, will change the cosmic balance of power between good and evil. Told through the eyes of Snuff, Jack's guard dog, who performs magical calculations in addition to accompanying his master on “collecting” expeditions into 19th century London.
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The Snatch by Bill Pronzini

In his first chronicled adventure, the Nameless detective hires on to handle the ransom payoff in a kidnapping case. Financier Louis Martinetti doesn't trust the police to deal with the man who snatched his 9-year-old son from his military prep school, nor is it clear that he trusts the members of his own household. On the appointed evening, Nameless takes a briefcase that contains $300,000 in cash to a secluded location chosen by the kidnapper. Then all hell breaks loose.
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Target! by Kevin D. Randle

Zeroing in on the enemy—through the deadly scope of a sniper’s rifle!

When an ominous traffic change on the Ho Chi Minh Trail signals a bloody repeat of the Tet offensive, the SEALS are assigned a secret mission across the Vietnamese border... and into the jungles of Laos. Struggling through this Cong-infested inferno could put them on the endangered species list. But infiltrating the hidden enemy stronghold and terminating its leadership—might make them extinct.
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