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Mystery/Thriller

  • The Tycoon Murderer

    by Maureen Driscoll
    THE TYCOON MURDERER is the first book in a new time-travel romance/cozy mystery series set in the Pacific Northwest. When Josie Matthews buys a Victorian mansion with a notorious past, she hopes to turn it into a successful inn. While she expects all the headaches of renovating an old house, she isn't prepared to be sent back in time to the site of a double-murder which occurred at the mansion in 1929. While the murders were never solved, they were believed to have been committed by Wall Stre... more
  • The O'Leary Entanglement

    by Bob Purssell
    In the Barbara O’Leary series, Barbara pursues her career as a navy officer while battling her own personal demons. While not a woman endowed with super skills and physical wherewithal, she nonetheless prevails by employing her intelligence, subduing her fears, and exploiting luck when it comes her way. The O’Leary Entanglement begins with Lt. Barbara O'Leary attending the Advanced Naval Communications School (ANCS intent on developing her professional skills and casting aside her 'Plain Jane' ... more
  • A Most Welcome Change

    by Douglass Mann
  • The O'Leary Enigma

    by Bob Purssell
    Secrets pervade Barbara O’Leary’s life. Who is her biological father? What caused her beautiful and troubled birth mother’s death? Is the terrorist Ahmed her half-brother? How did Barbara consort with her mentor to outmaneuver a corpo-rate rival? Why did she accept the assignment to Chad and that subsequent peri-lous journey followed by the international political intrigue? These personal and professional secrets, buried throughout her life, collide as Barbara pursues person-al fulfillment and h... more
  • Lily Torrence

    by Fred Andersen
    This is a tale of classic Hollywood told with 21st Century perspective. Therefore call girl-turned -starlet Lily Torrence shoots pimp-turned-talent agent Marty Nuco not because she’s crazed and vindictive, but because she’s fighting for her freedom, standing up for herself . . . and vindictive. Nuco, the blackmailer and exploiter, is not a heartless Zachary Scott cad but a family man involved in a hopeless love triangle with a married woman. And the sleuth of the piece, Lyman Wilbur, is not a re... more
  • Sailing the Gates of Hell

    by R.H. Johnson
    Elissa Bancroft is kidnapped from a luxury cruise ship while sailing Alaska’s Inside Passage. She’s at the mercy of ruthless human traffickers, and the odds of rescuing her grow worse by the minute. Pete Nazareth and Tara Gimble, now working as special agents for U.S. President Roland Armstrong, will do whatever it takes to keep the young woman from joining the ranks of the world’s thirty-five million slaves. This sixth adventure in the series includes war with North Korea, spies in high places,... more
  • The Big Job: A Stella Reynolds Mystery (The Stella Reynolds Mystery Book 5)

    by Libby Kirsch
    A high-profile murder case. A resourceful reporter. And a story nobody else can get. TV reporter Stella Reynolds lands in Palm Springs, California to cover the trial of a man accused of killing his business partner in cold blood. He’s adamant he didn’t do it, and Stella gets a credible tip, off the record, that he’s telling the truth. Now she’s on the clock to unmask the real killer before the jury returns a verdict. A new source is pumping Stella full of exclusive information, can she tru... more
  • The Redhead is Dead

    by Chris Ingram
    Think of a female Sherlock Holmes, but instead of Dr. Watson, Donna Rand depends on her platonic friend and neighbor, a painter named Charles, for feedback and support. Instead of Scotland Yard, she has the manpower of a major market TV news department to further her investigations. Her cat, Boomer, and transsexual neighbor, Dolores, round out her family. Instead of a seven-percent solution, she takes the edge off with a couple of hits from a joint and a glass of Chilean Chardonnay on the roofto... more
  • Me, the World, and a Dog Named Steve: The Mini-Expeditions

    by Wayne Cotes
    After a 27-year career in law enforcement and a 30-year military career, Jerod Grey was looking forward to retirement, just after this next adventure. Jerod and his dog, Steve, join members of the Adventurers' Club as they hunt for the lost treasure of Spanish Conquistador Juan Julio De Sonya Ramirez, protect an original Salvador Dali painting, track down an ancient Sumerian tome, and try and figure out how to turn the Adventurers' Club into a Non-profit Organization.
  • Gone Viral (A Miles Stevens Novel Book 3)

    by D.R. Shoultz

    It has been months since Miles Stevens, a time traveling CIA agent for the Department of Historic Intervention (DHI), has seen his former partner, Terri King.

    Upon returning from his most recent assignment, Miles learns Terri and her new partner, Dr. James Brock, have been transported from 2050 and their offices in Langley, Virginia to thwart a bioterrorist assault on the 2032 Olympic Games in Sydney. A genetically altered chimera virus was used in the devastating September 1st attack, ... more

  • A Reflection of Sophie Beaumont

    by L M Barrett
    An easy reading, guilty pleasure book with a twist. Set across Bristol, London and Birmingham (UK). A highly entertaining, racy, fast paced book that you won't be able to put down. When a devastated Richard Beaumont returns home one evening to find out that his beautiful, happy wife Sophie has committed suicide it sends him on a journey to unravel the mystery of why someone with a seemingly perfect life would do such a thing. He discovers deep and dark secrets from her past and present tha... more
  • Fallen Five

    by Erica Spindler
    Descended from an ancient race, Earth’s few remaining Lightkeepers battle the forces of darkness that threaten humanity... Detectives Micki Dare and Zach Harris are called in to investigate when a millionaire developer leaps from atop his luxury hotel on the night of its grand opening. After Micki receives a mysterious package from her long-dead mentor, and Zach suspects something supernatural working against them, they realize this is no ordinary case. A dark force is once again threateni... more
  • Isabella's Painting

    by Ellen Butler
    Peeling back layers of lies could save a masterpiece…or reveal a killer. After a long week lobbying on Capitol Hill, all Karina Cardinal wants to do is chill with Netflix and her boyfriend, Patrick Dunne. Instead, she’s slipping her aching feet into red stilettos for his parents’ annual holiday bash. When she accidentally interrupts Patrick’s father in his study, her embarrassment is tempered by suspicion that Martin Dunne and his dapper, secretive guest are hiding something. Maybe the pa... more
  • The Bethune Murals a novel

    by Tony Holtzman
    Two true events underlie The Bethune Murals: Dr. Norman Bethune drew a mural when he was a patient at the Trudeau tuberculosis Sanatorium in 1927; data on asbestos toxicity were stolen from a research laboratory affiliated with the Sanatorium in 1953. Bethune declared himself a Communist in 1938. In the novel, a central question is whether Bethune, and a student nurse who modeled for the mural, were Communists in 1927. An FBI agent makes several visits to the Sanatorium and attempts to link a sc... more
  • The Downing Street Plot: An Agent's Revenge

    by Gillian Morris
    There's a professional killer gunning for Britain's Prime Minister, and it’s up to MI5 Director Spencer Hall and a top CIA agent, Jack Stein to stop him. They go way back, so when Stein tells Hall there's a plot against the Prime Minister, he knows it's legit—and isn’t the least bit surprised to learn the KGB's behind it. The killer may be a current or ex-British agent, meaning Hall and Stein must put together their own close-knit team to crack the case.
  • Hidden Treasures: A Pinx Video Mystery

    by Marshall Thornton
    It’s about a dress. A valuable blue sequined dress worn by a famed actress in a film from the 1940s. For some reason everyone thinks video storeowner Noah Valentine has it. Which might not be a big deal except that it’s connected to the murder of a prominent Hollywood costumer. In the second of the Pinx Video Mysteries, Noah attempts to solve the mystery of the dress. To do so, he must confront a legendary film icon Wilma Wanderly, hunky police Detective Javier O’Shea, the dowager Queen of Wa... more

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