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Mystery/Thriller

  • Devil's Move: A Thriller (Political Terrorism Technothriller)

    by Leslie Wolfe

    It is a presidential election year and things are changing. America is overhauling its voting system, making room for modern processes and innovative technologies, but also for conspiracies and murder.

    The US presidential election system overhaul comes under fire.

    A heart transplant is denied.

    An accident claims the life of a consulting executive.

     

    Here, at home, terrorism has a new target. 
    We know the day o... more

  • The Backup Asset: A Gripping Espionage Thriller

    by Leslie Wolfe

    Cold War II has started with a vengeance. Or, as the American president calls it, Cold War 2.0, reflecting the impact technology has in the new age of espionage. The United States is now in the crosshairs of a renewed, unstoppable enemy intelligence operation. 

    At Langley, a report causes turbulence, as it predicts Russia’s inconceivable plans based on apparently random incursions into other countries’ territorial space. 

    In Moscow, the rele... more

  • Operation Sunset: A Thriller

    by Leslie Wolfe

    Private investigator Alex Hoffmann has a clear mission: to identify and eliminate the deadliest terrorist mastermind in history. She doesn’t know his name. She doesn’t know what he looks like. She only knows he’s Russian. The moment she learns more, it’s already too late. The timers are counting down. 

    This Russian’s plan doesn’t target a building, a person, or a city. His plan is targeting the future of the United... more

  • Glimpse of Death: A Riveting Serial Killer Thriller

    by Leslie Wolfe

    Her beautiful face, serene and immobile, resting on her folded arm. Her long, luscious hair, undulating gently in the evening breeze. Her eyes half-closed, a hint of a smile on her pale lips, as if to welcome an unseen lover. 

    When the body of a young woman is found in her own backyard, a week after her disappearance, evidence leads investigators to a chilling conclusion. She is not the first victim of a serial killer no one knew existed. She most definitely i... more

  • The Ghost Pattern: A Thriller

    by Leslie Wolfe

    It’s the new age of terrorism, where enemy interests employ the use of modern tools, weapons, tactics, and theories to achieve goals that have destructive, bone-chilling, and disturbing physical and emotional effects. Today’s terrorists are tech-savvy, manipulative, powerful, well-funded, and supported by entire networks of global experts. 

    A Scottish offshore drilling platform in the North Sea becomes unresponsive to all communication attempts. 
    ... more

  • Baby's 1st Murder

    by Gerry Stimmler
    Synopsis of BABY'S 1ST MURDER by Gerry Stimmler It's been quiet at MARGIE and JOE'S place since two-year old ALLEY was born. Not a single murder within shouting distance. But that changes abruptly when Joe stumbles through the dark to bring Alley a glass of water, trips, and falls, and wakes everyone except the man out by the pool. "Who dat?" Alley asks. Joe approaches the man and discovers it's their next door neighbor's brother-in-law, CHESTER, who they know a bit and who is kind of an ass.... more
  • When Time Is A River

    by Susan Clayton-Goldner
    On a bench at the edge of the Lithia Park playground, someone is stalking two-year- old Emily Michaelson as she plays with her eighteen-year old half-sister, Brandy. The child’s laughter curves through the sunlight, as if on wings. The stalker is more enamored than ever, but aware of Brandy’s vigilance with Emily, knows a kidnapping won’t be easy. Planning to gain Emily’s trust, the stalker gives her a necklace—little girls love pretty things. A few days later, Brandy and Emily arrive at the par... more
  • Unholy Alliance: Donahue Cousins Series: #2

    by Kathleen Rowland
    A decade ago, Tori Rourke, and her cousin, Vivienne, ran from the Irish mob after witnessing a brutal murder. Tori was framed by the mob, and while she served time in prison, she worried that the killer, Seamus McGinn, had kidnapped her missing cousin. Attorney Grady D. Fletcher, defender of the wrongly condemned, appeals Tori’s case and wins her release. Now, going by Victoria Morningstar, she runs a food truck from a seedy waterfront neighborhood, hoping to find her cousin's kidnapper. W... more
  • Redemption Lake

    by Susan Clayton-Goldner
    Tucson, Arizona 1989 – Eighteen-year-old Matt Garrison is harboring two terrible secrets: his involvement in the drowning death of his 12-year-old cousin, and a night of drunken sex with his best friend’s mother, Crystal, whom he finds dead the following morning. Guilt forces Matt to act on impulse and hide his involvement with Crystal.   Detective Winston Radhauser knows Matt is hiding something. But as the investigation progresses, Radhauser’s attention is focused on Matt’s father. Matt’s worl... more
  • The Diamond Escape

    by Sheila Bitts
    Self-reliance is what makes America tick for young Frederick Falloy, a private detective working on his first case in Chicago, 2014. It seems nothing but violence surrounds the stolen Cacaw Diamonds, which he must locate. He finds himself building a working relationship with a mentor—a veteran police officer named Phillip Grable, Homicide Division. Pushing his limits, he outsmarts his demons to find a way to win, no matter how the cards fall.
  • The Alb

    by Luis Rousset
    A new Inca tomb with gold artifacts and an incredibly rare finely woven white tunic was found deep in the South American Andes by a geological expedition searching the area for metals and minerals. Warned, the Peruvian authorities send an archeologist and his assistant to examine the find and assure that it is kept intact. The event raises the curiosity of Mr. John Engelhard, CEO and chief shareholder of the New York based company, Horizon Mining, conducting the mineral exploration in the Andes ... more
  • The Ghostwriter

    by Alessandra Torre
    I have three months to write the last book of my life. Three months to confess the details of that day, and how it changed everything for me. My name is Helena Ross. I’ve written fifteen romance novels, ten of which have become international bestsellers. But this one isn't a romance, no Happily Ever After in place. This novel holds only the truth, which I have run away from for four years. The truth, which I have hidden from the police, from my loved ones, from the world. This final book... more
  • The Vanishing of Owen Taylor

    by Kyle Michel Sullivan
    Was it murder? Suicide? Or did Owen Taylor vanish to avoid prosecution for rape? Everyone had their own idea, but the only note he left behind was sent to his nephew, Jacob Blaine, in Denmark ... which was crazy, because Owen knew Jake was currently living in the States. Of course, this happened at the worst possible time for Jake. He was helping his lover, Antony, fight bogus criminal charges; his estranged, anti-gay mother was battling cancer; his job in Copenhagen wanted him to return there ... more
  • Libya Story

    by J. J. Ward
    Out of the blue, your sister gets kidnapped in one of the world’s worst war-zones. As a top British intelligence officer, everyone agrees you’re the ideal person to mount a rescue, only protocol forbids it. So you resign. Your name is John Mordred, the country is Libya, and what happens next is uncertain. All you know is, there are as many good as bad people in this world, alliances for justice – no matter how improbable – are always possible, and you never let terrorists come between you and yo... more
  • Resumed Innocent

    by Rene Fomby
    Starting a career as a small town criminal attorney would be tough enough, but as a widowed mother with no income and very little in the bank, Samantha Tulley is in over her head. From court appointed clients who never show up for court to pro bono clients with seemingly unwinnable cases, every day is a new struggle to figure out the criminal justice system. And then suddenly the system turns against her, and Sam and her daughter are left running for their lives. Torn from the author's own re... more
  • Scablands

    by EJ Averett
    Faced with the heartbreaking and brutal murder of her protégé, Dr. Carmen Carillo, intrepid forensic psychologist specializing in sexual disorders, investigates a case that becomes ever more convoluted, and tracks down the culprit all the way to the dangerous channeled scablands of Washington State.

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