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Mystery/Thriller

  • Sniffing Out Murder

    by Maria Grazia Swan
    One dog with two names, twice lost, yet always found. Two newly orphaned boys who love their dog and love each other so much they vow to stick together against all odds. Enter super sleuth Mina Calvi, the quasi-grown up Italian import who likes cats more than dogs. When she tries to locate the owners of a lost dog, Mina is drawn into tracking down a murderer in spite of her loneliness, absentee boyfriend, and the fact that even with an espresso machine worth more than a diamond ring, she still c... more
  • Inside Moves: A Wainwright Mystery (Book #2)

    by Walter Danley
    Imagine you wake from a coma with no memories. Desperate to find your identity, your only clues are the strange clothes worn on hospital admission and what is in your wallet. That happened to Garth Wainwright. Searching reveals he has a wife snatched a month earlier from the car crash that put him in the hospital. He learns she is a hostage of crime boss. Wainwright must find his past and that of the stranger he calls wife to rescue her from the gang holding her hostage. Risking his life for ... more
  • She's My Dad

    by Iolanthe Woulff

                "Hate destroys everything. Don't let it destroy you..."

                A cautionary tale about the consequences of blind prejudice, SHE'S MY DAD tells the story of a transsexual woman named Nickie Farrell, who, returning to her Northern Virginia alma mater to teach English to a new generation of scholars, is unaware that in the nearby town lives a son from an illicit love affair she had during her male undergraduate days.

                As Nickie’s hopes to ... more

  • The Hiding Girl

    by Dorian Box
    Twelve-year-old Emily was a nice girl from rural Georgia, a confessed goody-two shoes, before the home invasion that destroyed her family. Only the killers know she survived. On the run—alone, afraid and psychologically disintegrating—she finds an unlikely ally in a ruthless inner-city gang leader. Determined to avenge her family, she persuades him to teach her to kill before setting out on a heart-wrenching, terror-filled journey for justice.
  • One More Last Dance

    by Jerry Antil
    One More Last Dance is a compelling story about the power of friendship, one that develops between two men through an unlikely road trip. An adventure-driven novel chronicles an eventful road trip taken by a dying man and the Cajun French version of Forrest Gump.
  • Androcide (INTEL 1, Book 5)

    by Erec Stebbins

    Gender has never been so deadly. Investigators in New York City link a series of gruesome murders to a serial killer targeting men. Piecing together the clues, they enter into a cat-and-mouse game of survival with stakes that escalate beyond what anyone could have imagined. Book 5 of the INTEL 1 novels.

  • Traitors Within

    by James Rosone and Miranda Watson

    The Trojans defeated Troy by hiding soldiers inside the belly of a wooden horse disguised as a peace offering. What if America’s enemies repeated that strategy?

    As the Caliphate of the Middle East continues to crumble, ISIS turns their eyes to a new strategy to waging war. But what if ISIS was just a puppet, a pawn in a grander scheme to gain control of the West?

    Traitors Within follows Michael Stone, a former Delta Force operator turned CIA sp... more

  • The Last Friend

    by Harvey Church
    Fifteen years after Donovan’s daughter is abducted, Monica Russell knocks on his door. she claims she knew his daughter while in captivity. she claims she knows where his daughter’s remains are buried. she claims she knows the man who abducted, assaulted, and murdered his princess. she can show him all of these things, but what price is Donovan willing to pay the young lady who claims to be the last friend to know his daughter.
  • Tamburlaine: A Broadway Revival (Volume 3)

    by Gregory A. Kompes
    Chris Marlowe, a drag queen of a certain age, has kept the failing, New York City show bar, Tamburlaine, open because of a long-ago made promise. When a young man enters her life, Chris reconnects with the world and everything changes. The bar once again enjoys success, crowds flood to Tamburlaine for the gender-bending shows directed by The Great Jericho Taylor, and Chris’s impersonations of the famed comedienne, Rusty Warren are once again loved by audiences. So, why is someone trying to kill ... more
  • HUSH GIRL : It's Only a Dream

    by Gloria Zachgo
    While Nicki Reed is desperate to find the answers to her past, someone is desperate for her to never remember. Shortly after her father died, Nicki’s nightmares started. They were soon followed by panic attacks. Suspecting her haunting dreams were related to her childhood, Nicki sought professional help, but Nicki was unable to verbalize any memories she had as a child. Bad things happened when she told secrets. When her therapist suggested she write her memories, Nicki started remembering th... more
  • THE LOST SPY

    by Kate Moira Ryan
    It is Paris, 1949. 27-year-old American detective and heiress, Slim Moran, is hired by a British spymistress to find Marie-Claire, a spy long presumed dead. Slim soon realizes that scores from the last war have not been settled. She races to find out what happened to this deeply troubled lost spy because if Marie-Claire is not dead, she will be soon.
  • You Dear Sweet Man

    by Thomas Neviaser
    The subway ad is simple enough, even elegant: a beautiful woman, sitting atop a desk in a sparsely decorated office, staring directly at Bobby Fastow, a blue collar worker, leading a monotonous yet physically exhausting life. The ad is mesmerizing and seems to leap off the poster. BurgerBlast, a fast-food restaurant famous for quick reliable service is announcing a new name and a new direction. Now Fit 'N Fast, Inc., his favorite restaurant, will be serving healthy menu items plus its artery cho... more
  • The Grand Conspiracy

    by David Beasley
    Rudyard Mack, detective at the New York Library, investigates the political kidnapping of his girlfriend, Arbuthnott Vine, Library Union leader, who was planning a union action against City Hall. It leads him to the heart of a global conspiracy.
  • Overworld/Underworld

    by David Beasley
    Rudyard Mack, New York Library detective, comes out of retirement to solve a cold case—a woman murdered in the library stacks—and finds it is connected to big banking, Israeli and other secret services, and operatives in the United Nations. He is helped by his girl friend, Arbuthnott Vine, retired librarian, to track down agents in drug and weapons smuggling and money-laundering, which leads them to men of wealth and power, who run shadow governments more influential than the real governments. ... more
  • The Reunion

    by SJ Slagle
    A strange thing happens at David Wilson's fifteenth high school reunion: the homecoming queen dies. That was as unexpected as was David's arrest for her murder a week later. A popular high school biology teacher, David and his wife Lisa are caught up in a fast-paced life in Phoenix with two jobs and two kids. Drugs, bullying, adultery and abortion are underlying tensions that fester and drive wedges between family members. With the Wilsons falling apart, his reunion seemed an oasis of calm. At... more

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