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Mystery/Thriller

  • KRISPR

    by Jennifer Handler
    Enduring friendships. Daunting decisions. Secrets. Love. Loss. Poetic Justice. What she knew for sure- Her technology was truly revolutionary. It had extraordinary promise for curing human disease, maybe even Alzheimer’s. It also had the potential for abuse-unrestrainable, diabolical abuse. It could never get into the hands of her more powerful adversaries. It should be destroyed. But doing what’s right isn’t always easy…especially when it comes to the ones you love. Aliya McKenna ... more
  • Christmas in Havana

    by Stephen W. Hiemstra

    CHRISTMAS IN HAVANA

    How do you find love when present loyalties are divided and the past screams for attention? 

    Luke Stevens’ new job as a CIA agent demands attention as he eulogizes his ex-wife and vows to move beyond grief. Ruth Chǔ’s a new life as an American law student busies her days, while her debt to North Korean intelligence haunts her nights. In the midst of an international crisis, can they experience Christmas joy together?

    &nbs... more

  • Brawl Born Boxer-Hip Hop Musical

    by Paul Matema Sambakaluma
    The fictional story is about the emotional and financial roller coaster life of a boxer. He is forced out of retirement because of debt caused by financial mismanagement to face the fiercest and forceful fighter he has ever fought in his entire boxing career
  • Improbable Future (A Cadence Mystery #5)

    by Dianne L. Hagan
    Madison Hayward is a mess. Wedding canceled. Fired from her job. Brother, Stanton, not speaking to her. Unsure she’ll ever return to Cadence. And her corrupt, abusive father, state senator, Samuel Hayward, found dead in his prison cell. Madison believes her only recourse is reconciling her past, so she goes back to where it all started, the Hayward mansion in Albany, New York, the “house of horrors” she fled at 17. Despite her fear that they won’t respond, she calls upon her Cadence family and f... more
  • Anyone But Her

    by Cynthia Swanson
    In 1979, when clairvoyant Suzanne Parry is 14, her mother, Alex, is killed during a robbery at Alex’s store, Zoe’s Records in Denver. After Alex’s ghost raises alarm bells about Suzanne’s father’s new girlfriend, what Suzanne can’t foresee is the lifelong consequences as she heeds Alex’s warnings. Twenty-five years later, returning to Denver with her family, Suzanne must reckon with the ghosts—and repercussions—of the past. While struggling to untangle all that has occurred, she can’t shake the ... more
  • Missing Pieces

    by Kathryn Schleich
    Attorney Madelyn Cummins has experienced her fair share of adversity, but the future looks bright for this young professional. She is surrounded by friends she considers family, construction is nearly completed on her dream home, her law practice is growing, and she is making a difference in the lives of her clients. But there is one case involving a prominent Minnesota auto magnate that has been particularly challenging. As the tension mounts, Maddie suffers an episode of transient global amnes... more
  • 10 Things to Do Before the Apocalypse

    by Johnny Townsend
    When happily married Jake and Santino head to the bars on Seattle’s Capitol Hill to pick up a third for the night, they don’t realize they’re about to hook up with a dead man. Only they can see and interact with Andy, stabbed to death near Pioneer Square a few days earlier. Finally convinced that Andy really has been murdered, Jake and Santino join forces with his ghost to track down the killer. Did Andy’s jealous ex do it? His spurned coworker? A right-wing vigilante? As the trio investigate... more
  • After Midnight

    by Irina Shapiro
    Stranded by a raging hurricane, a group of strangers find themselves trapped at a grand antebellum mansion, now a boutique hotel. Novelist Callum Burke, known for his historical bestsellers, is among the guests, the Oleander Plantation the main stop on a research trip for his new book, while several couples from up north are in New Orleans to celebrate personal milestones. As the hurricane batters the house and the waters rise, Callum is found hanging from an ancient oak, murdered in the same w... more
  • Vigilante Priest

    by Joe Gallagher and Dan Bowden
    Vigilante Priest, while ominous and heavy, is written with a bit of comedic relief. It confronts moral issues, and offers, ultimately, a vision of enlightened reform. The book is led by two protagonists. Father Tony and Detective Eddie Rodriguez. Father Tony, a once-popular New York priest and a member of a family connected to the mob, was falsely accused of abusing a student. He is torn by his secret knowledge and troubled by what is right or wrong and if the end really does justify th... more
  • Additional Attendee

    by Josh Harper
    Paul, a part-time actor and full-time narcissist, just knows that his wife is having an affair with the dog trainer who lives upstairs in their luxury apartment building. But when he tries to catch them in the act, he finds their neighbor’s corpse instead. And now he can’t find his wife anywhere. With only the building’s alluring front desk person to help him, Paul must find the killer before the cops pin the murder on him. Soon, he discovers that his fellow over-privileged tenants aren’t as... more
  • Hunting Tobias

    by Michael Putegnat

    Torn from his mother’s arms on the Jewish ramp at Auschwitz, Daniel feared he would never see his parents or sister again. But he survived the Holocaust and dedicated his life to seeking justice as a Nazi Hunter.  Then, In the last year of his life, he stumbles upon evidence that his family had somehow survived.

    But where are they?

    So begins a desperate odyssey to find his family, spanning time and continents, following clues that reach back into the dark realities of l... more

  • 979-8-9905277-0-6

    by Richard Ross
    Suspense meets historical intrigue as novelist Clayton Lange uncovers a disturbing family secret that could rewrite history. His seemingly innocuous writings predicted real-world events, but nothing prepared him for the discovery of his ancestors' dark affiliations with Nazi Germany. As past atrocities spill into the present, Clayton finds himself in the midst of a battle for power in modern-day Manhattan, a struggle dating from the Roman and Ottoman Empires and others. This is a narrative th... more
  • Didja' Hear? Danny Devlin's Dead: A Tommy Palmer Story

    by William P. Singley
    It's Ash Wednesday, and all Tommy Palmer wants to do is enjoy his drink at Billy Frisco's jazz club and listen to some great American tunes. Carla is on stage, Billy's girl, and man, can she sing. The pouring rain outside only makes Tommy, her biggest fan more inclined to stay, until a soaking wet getaway driver tumbles in the front door. Turns out, Danny Devlin is dead-shot at a botched post office robbery. Billy hired an amateur driver who abandoned the crew. Now, Billy's in hot water, and Tom... more
  • A SWEETHEART DEAL?

    by J. M. Venturini
    Tuscany, circa 1927. To seal a lucrative deal, Gianni Lucci hands his playboy son, Stefano, an ultimatum: marry my Brazilian partner’s daughter or be banished. Heartbroken over a perceived rejection by his first love, Ilaria, the penniless Stefano abandons all and sails off to America. 30 years later, he’s married to Anna with two kids. Stefano’s longtime financial troubles are amplified when Anna gets pregnant yet again. Seizing on this golden opportunity, Gianni fakes a deathly illness to ... more
  • THE HOLE IN THE RABBIT

    by Amy Sewell

    When a New York City television producer, and mother of three, is blacklisted from the entertainment industry and then brutally attacked, a spiraling addiction and a haunting accident from her past resurface old wounds, illuminating a history of violence and its damaging inheritance.

    Grace O’Doyle, the complicated anti-heroine of The Hole in the Rabbit, spirals out of control after a series of personal and professional snafus have her reckoning with life-long recreational... more

  • FAR-SIGHTED

    by Robert J. Potter
    Richard Drake, a boy with special powers, finds himself entwined in many mysteries--all surrounding an abduction, turned to murder. Of course, nothing is what it seems, and our unsung hero may very well have bitten off more than he can chew.
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