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Mystery/Thriller

  • The Big Overnight

    by Libby Kirsch

    Sometimes The End is just The Beginning.

    When the suspect in a Knoxville shooting confesses on camera, police say the case is closed. But then TV reporter Stella Reynolds gets an anonymous email that changes everything.

    As she picks her way through a field of untruths and half-lies, she discovers everyone has secrets they’re desperate to keep—including the people closest to her. With the body count rising, Stella won’t stop digging until she lays all the secrets ... more

  • Half Staff 2018

    by John Morse
    Dan Steele, a tough-minded warrior forged in the crucible of special operations combat faces his most important mission: to stop a ruthless organization’s plan to attack the United States and to trigger widespread domestic panic and worldwide calamity.
  • The Judge

    by Farin Powell
    Three ex-convicts, whose lives have been ruined by harsh sentences of Judge Walter McNeil, conspire to seek revenge. Out for retribution, they kidnap, and then torture the Judge. The lead kidnapper who was involved in the disappearance of the judge’s daughter four years earlier, also has another plan—to remove the Judge from presiding over the triple murder case where his nephew is a co-defendant. He constructs a plan hoping to get the judge convicted and sent to jail for a long time. This creat... more
  • Made Men

    by Bradley Ernst
    Book two, Law of Retaliation series. Most Nazi scientists fled Berlin at the end of World War Two. Not Wolfgang Bähr. Relentless, forced into forgotten wartime tunnels, the meagerly-funded geneticist continued his work for decades. Two of his experiments were identical. Along with a third, very different child, they lived in a green concrete room, telling time by a rust-worn dripping sink, their creator providing all they know—or does he? Taller but malnourished, hiding his head in ... more
  • Inhumanum

    by Bradley Ernst
    Inhumanum: (Latin) Brutal. Bonn Maddox is ambivalent toward the massive ill-gotten fortune he inherited, but he does prize a water-stained document that hangs in his father’s study. It’s generations-old … a black market treasure. Inspiration turns to obsession. The butcher considers his calling a societal reckoning: a deep moral debt owed for his family’s predatory greed. The maimed vigilante enlists a pair of eccentric Germans to grow his operation. Discreet, reptile-like savants, they ... more
  • Speculator

    by Doug Casey and John Hunt
    The greatest gold discovery in history draws a young Charles Knight to West Africa, where he unearths deception, violence, and romance. Xander Winn a Dutchman on his own mission mentors Charles on his voyage into the world of speculation and African politics. But a psychopathic rebel leader, the purveyors of a six-billion-dollar fraud, a team of mercenaries bent on early retirement, and the US government all get in his way. Everyone wants him dead. But Charles plans to strike it rich.
  • B010JKKLQI

    by Roland Ladley
    Sam Green's life is in danger of imploding. Suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder after horrific injuries and personal tragedy in Afghanistan, she escapes to The Isle of Mull hoping to convalesce. A chance find on the island's shores interrupts her rehabilitation and launches her on a journey to West Africa and on a collision course with forces and adversaries she cannot begin to comprehend. Meanwhile in London, MI6 is facing down a biological threat that could kill thousands and inf... more
  • Triple Barrel

    by Jeff Norburn

    Every paramedic’s worst fear is that one day they'll respond to a call where the patient is someone they know and love. 

    Ana Marshall must face that fear when she and her partner Rick Lebeck are called to the scene of a home invasion in Vancouver where they find two severely beaten men. Despite their efforts to save them, her worst fears are realized when one of the two men, her brother, dies as a result of his injuries.

    Ana tries to make sense of her brother's ... more

  • Bleedback

    by G Griffith-Dickson
    Written by an insider and saturated in realism, Bleedback immerses the reader in the conflicts of the war on terror. But this thought-provoking exploration of a post-Osama world is also lit by compassion, forgiveness, and redemption. November 2011. Osama bin Laden is dead, while a resurgent right-wing in the US plots to subvert Osama's foreign policy agenda. A leader of the Iranian Revolution now exiled in America, Ayatollah Rastani, has tried to stay out of politics to keep his family safe. B... more
  • Darkroom

    by Mary Maddox
    Talented but unstable photographer Day Randall has been living rent-free in Kelly Durrell's Colorado condo for eight months. Day needs someone to keep an eye on her. Kelly needs someone to draw her out of her stable but not spectacular life. The arrangement works for both of them. Then Kelly comes home one day to find Day gone. There's no note, no phone call. Day's car is still parked out front, but her room is starkly, suspiciously spotless. No one seems to care. The police certainly aren... more
  • Deeper Colors

    by C. S. Donnell
    The vivid hues in the painting captured her attention. Deep blue and green water seemed to move as if a breeze blew across it. She felt giddy and stepped closer. The air around her turned cold. A picture formed in her mind of the river flowing through a city, reflecting buildings in the waters below. That night the river from the painting invaded her dreams. She could feel the breeze. Lavender shadows lapped ever closer to her face. She awoke with a start. Vermont artist Gina Martin ha... more
  • Two Graves For The Bishop

    by Gerard Cappa
  • Finding the Lost Ones: A James & Lacey Ford Mystery

    by Sandra Olson
    Margaret Krane RN does facial reproductions for the police department. Her skills turning bare skulls into recognizable humans helps identify felons and their victims. When one of her reproductions points at a serial kidnapper, he chooses her as his next victim. James Ford is a detective who helps people after the police declare their cases closed. Jim's uncanny skills prove successful more often than not. But can he save Margaret before it's too late?
  • His Haunted Past: A James Ford Mystery (Volume 5)

    by Sandra Olson
    Peter Gabriel Gowen suffered a horribly tortured childhood. As past memories torment him, he murders his wives to stop the pain. As James Ford investigates the murders he learns that the killer is the man who shot him sixteen years ago. Memories of his near death haunt him as he struggles to save Peter's next victim.
  • The Waves Break Gray

    by Sibella Giorello
    Raleigh Harmon earned a brazen reputation during her years with the FBI. Now, having parted ways with the Bureau, she hopes to rebuild some of those broken relationships—including a new romance with alpha-male agent Jack Stephanson. That's the plan … But when a dead body literally crosses her path in the mountains of Washington state, Raleigh’s forced to choose between her personal life and her forensic skills to track a killer--a killer unlike any she’s ever encountered, and a murder with clu... more
  • Mind Stalked: Mind Web 1 (Mind Web Psychological Thriller) (Volume 1)

    by Y J Kohano
    Hallucinations, or a killer’s reality? When Federal profiler Nico Sophianos has recurring nightmares steeped in horror and death, he’s convinced he’s losing his mind. Could he be this cold-blooded killer? Photos and case files can’t lie, and they expose his visions all too well. Hiding the extent of his hallucinations from his staff grows increasingly difficult with each new case. Hiding from the perceptiveness of his clandestine therapist is even harder, until he enlists her help in separ... more

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