Find out the latest indie author news. For FREE.

Mystery/Thriller

  • Intertwined

    by Eric Suddoth
    Bethany, Mississippi, is a quaint, step-back-in-time type of town, where its only protection is the symbolic white picket fences. But even small communities have big secrets. Even the perfect family. And their white picket fences can’t protect them from the tragedies that lurk around the corner. When a mysterious stranger saves a young girl from drowning in a secluded river, the question rises is he trustworthy or not? Where did he come from? Why does he keep hanging around the twelve-year-ol... more
  • Midnight

    by H.L. Sudler
    Jonathan Hammond is handsome, well-off, professionally sound, and desired. But he is unhappy with his life, and as fate would have it, it's about to take a turn for the worse. Today is Jonathan Hammond's birthday, October 31. And despite a large party with lots of food, drink, music, and people, he becomes the target of murder. On his birthday. The deadline for his death is midnight.
  • You Won't Forget Me

    by H.L. Sudler
    The first wife's death appeared to be an accident. The second wife's death can't be explained. Police officer Rick Hager is on a roll. He's got a taste for killing. And here comes wife number three. He's planning her murder. It promises to be fantastic. He could not be more right.
  • Chrysalis

    by Gary Erakleous
    CHRYSALIS Gary Erakleous’ new book “Chrysalis” is a thrilling novel about science, technology, and drama, a galvanizing opus on meandering circumstances revolving around people caught in a rivalry for power, control, and financial gain. “Chrysalis” is a riveting journey of action and turmoil among colleagues in the medical field. When a molecular biologist discovers a miraculous vaccine, the pharmaceutical industry is eager to get hold of it, but when he refuses to reveal the elements of h... more
  • A Kidnapping That Started a Rebellion

    by Gary Erakleous
    A Kidnapping that Started a Rebellion Gary Erakleous’ new book, “A Kidnapping That Started a Rebellion,” carries a brilliant tale of finally standing up against the supremacy of selfish power. It is an incredible narrative that tells a story of a generation that keeps readjusting itself to conform to their society of war and hate; until a day comes that forces them to strive with assertiveness for the sake of peace. It is a riveting novel that follows the heroes who find the courage t... more
  • Night as We Know It

    by H.L. Sudler
    The relationship between Nick Fullwood and Johns Mayweather has always been built on favors. In high school, and now years later as adults. Nick, a newspaper journalist, needs a desperate favor from Johns, now a police officer. But this favor is so secret, so dangerous, it could cost both of them their lives. Against the dark night life of Los Angeles, these two friends will come face to face with the truth about their friendship, their professions, and the dark side of humanity.
  • I hate my brother

    by Branislav Bojcic
    This book maybe answers the question of whether we can become a monster, or the monster already lies deep within us, waiting for the opportunity to come to the surface. The action of this novel takes place in the region of ex-Yugoslavia as well as in prison and the court of The Hague Tribunal for war crimes. The main character is Gvozden Mishic. He is courageous, honest, hard-working, and above all, a highly honorable man. What happens when such a man of incredible persistence and will-po... more
  • Project Anasazi

    by Michael Brian O'Hara
    The story is set in the late 1990's. It is a fictional account of factual, historical event with real locations. It also covers a fictional account of the disappearance of the Anasazi Indians. A 50-year old secret, Project Anasazi, known only to U.S. Air Force Intelligence and a few individuals outside the U.S. government is in danger of becoming a national calamity. It was July of 1947 when the Roswell Incident made national, front page news and the government cover-up began.
  • Karman

    by N.J. Porter
    Jackson Arquette is an 18-year veteran detective who has been assigned to work a homicide investigation. While inspecting a crime scene, he finds that his victim had been horribly mutilated with their body parts scattered about the scene. After locating one of the legs of the victim as it stuck out, foot first, from beyond some garbage bags, a trail of blood flowing downward on the wall near it, led Arquette to then discover the other leg atop of a fire escape directly above him. This one scene ... more
  • Yesterday Is Not Yet Gone

    by Gabriel Veiga
    Ever wondered how badass it would be to have a Lethal Weapon with women? Yesterday Is Not Yet Gone is just that. It’s a novel about two female detectives that is both dark and twisted, as well as a little funny. A Hollywood icon is murdered in his hotel room at the Four Seasons in New York City: his head has been severed from his body by a sword. Retiring NYPD detective Judy Hunter and her partner Fred Gibbins investigate the tragic death. The killer has left a note saying that “A Reckoning i... more
  • The Awakenings

    by James Sonny
    A fascinating and thrilling story that dares everyone of us to poke the giant that sleeps within our hearts. Everyone has the potential to do greatness, but we hold back in fear. In the battle of the mind, the war is lost to the fear of the unknown.
  • IVORY RANGERS

    by Joseph Mujwit

    All that stands between violent poachers and the annihilation of endangered elephants in Africa’s Garamba National Park are Ike Motumbo, his poorly trained and equipped Rangers, and three mercenaries.

    Garamba lies at a point Ike refers to as “the confluence of Heaven and Hell.” His team is losing the battle against poachers assailing the World Heritage site in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. The Rangers are outmanned, outgunned, and in a race to save the critical... more

  • The Mummy of Monte Cristo

    by J Trevor Robinson
    In this fantasy-thriller retelling of The Count of Monte Cristo, an innocent man framed for treason must sacrifice his very humanity to see justice done. When his enemies command magic, wealth, and the awful weight of the law, he must pursue the awful power of the undead if he hopes to achieve his vengeance.
  • Jenny Goodnight

    by Killarney Traynor
    The Showdown With Her Past Is About To Begin… The last thing pistol-packing, burnt-out missionary woman Jenny Goodnight wants is trouble. Unfortunately for her, the town of Legacy is just about to go to war, with the secretive and powerful founding family on one side and Jenny's uncle, the firebrand newspaperman Matthew Goodnight, on the other. Blood will be shed and Jenny is right in the middle. When one of the combatants is murdered, Jenny becomes the sheriff's preferred suspect. Now to ... more
  • Unraveling, Book Two of the Kirin Lane Series

    by Kelley Griffin
    They want revenge, and they’ll destroy her family to get it. Kirin Lane barely escaped with her life from the mob boss who killed her mother. Now he’s dead, and his family blames her and the man she loves. Sam Neal is playing a dangerous game, and he knows it. All he wants is to leave his old life behind for a future with Kirin but protecting her from those who want them dead will mean getting involved with a powerful woman from his past. And once she sinks her claws into him, he may lose ... more
  • SPIRE

    by Mark Braykovich
    In the not-too-distant future, America is turned upside-down with no First Amendment, no freedom of the press and reporters out of work, in jail or on the run. The nation’s last free journalist – Inman Spire – risks his life in a desperate bid to save the world’s largest democracy. The former TV celebrity newsman must outmaneuver his would-be killer, a power-hungry and sadistic Attorney General with the full might of the U.S. government behind him. Relying on non-traditional broadcasting methods... more

Loading...