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Johnny Riles was the ultimate bad example until a drug-fueled car accident brought him crashing to a halt.Alone and unable to continue his musical career, Johnny returns to his hometown in rural Alabama. To everyone there, he’s just John Riley — a constant screwup and delinquent. Starting an affair with his brother’s wife didn’t elevate anyone’s opinion of him, either. But when Johnny’s brother Aaron — a football-star-turned-hero-cop — finds out about the fling, things get really messy. With a couple of murderous cops on their trail, Johnny and his mistress will do whatever it takes to survive — if they can.

A pair of young boys find more than they bargained for when they visit the haunted house down the street. It’s a story of murder, of pain, and of sad understanding that maybe sometimes there are such thing as ghosts. Only $.99 on

When down-on-his-luck private eye Eddie Whittaker wins $19 million in the lottery, he thinks his troubles are all over. The truth is, they’re just beginning. Only $.99 at

It doesn’t matter how good your plan is. It doesn’t matter how smart you are. It doesn’t matter how ruthless or unscrupulous you are — a bad partner means things go wrong when you’re doing a job. This bank robbery goes so right — until it all falls apart.

He knew that slot machine was gonna pay off big. But his luck was against him–in more ways than one–and another man claimed the jackpot. However, there’s more than one way to win or lose in New Orleans, and the casino’s got nothing on the high-stakes game going on in the hotel penthouse. Up there, it’s life or death.

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