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Mystery/Thriller

  • Asylum of Diction

    by Alyssa Milani
    Compilation of short stories and novellas for those readers who enjoy novels that get right to the point
  • Lifeline

    by Christopher Keith
    Dr. Bryan Morgan had enjoyed a successful career with the Royal Army Medical Corps, and he has won awards as a clinical psychologist for his work treating soldiers with post-traumatic stress. Now he is unemployed and struggling with his own mental wellbeing amid marital and financial strain. When he is headhunted by ELF, a top-secret institute whose efforts to advance medical technology and healthcare delivery push ethical boundaries, everything falls into place. It’s a dream job, but life is... more
  • Clotho

    by Christopher Keith
    Set in the near future, Clotho revolves around a seventeen-year-old girl, Nova. Her father is killed in a deadly explosion with more than five thousand others, but she survives. The exact circumstances behind the blast remain a mystery, though it has the radical Anti-Tech Movement written all over it. Suffering from concussion and temporary memory loss, Nova finds herself entangled in a dangerous pursuit, catapulting her into a confused and lonely downward spiral. When she crosses paths with ... more
  • Merchants Bridge

    by J.D. Trafford
    An attorney searches for answers after he witnesses his colleague’s murder and soon realizes that he’s being framed for something much bigger. Everything changes for Graydon "Gray" Wendt while walking back to the office after a late dinner with a potential client. An SUV swerves and jumps the curb in front of them. His law partner is killed immediately, and Gray is knocked to the ground and shot twice in the chest. A few days later, Gray wakes up in the hospital. His face is swollen. His... more
  • The Devil's Trident

    by George Norris
    Ten years after a top-secret mission in Afghanistan, retired NYPD Detective and Navy SEAL Michael Keough finds himself about to hit rock bottom. He’s divorced from his wife and instead married to the bottle. Then, on a cool fall evening, a volley of gunfire erupts outside his apartment. When he discovers his partner mortally wounded, it changes everything. As the dust settles, Keough learns that three of the six people involved in the mission are dead. A fourth is missing. Keough can’t help but... more
  • The Final Hunt

    by Audrey J. Cole
    Alone in a hunting cabin, off-grid in an untamed wilderness. How does a marriage come to this? After John disappeared while hunting—presumed dead from a bear attack—Cameron found the crime photos. His role in the recent Seattle serial murders was discovered. The media destroyed her reputation. She lost her dental practice, is on the brink of losing her home. Everyone has a secret. But if her husband could hide the unimaginable from her, who’s to say he’s truly dead? “What brings you so ... more
  • Drone Child: A Novel of War, Family, and Survival

    by David H. Rothman
    Drone Child is a suspense and action-adventure novel about a brilliant teenager--kidnapped by Congolese rebels and forced to fly killer drones to save his parents from a machete blade. Child is in the voice of the protagonist. Now wealthy and educated, Lemba is writing his war memoir in 2050, a quarter century after the horrors. Congolese, including a prominent civic activist, vetted and critiqued the book.
  • Oxford Girls

    by P.D. Kuch
    Alexandra's ordinary teenage life is about to change – dramatically. Unaware of her altered DNA, Alex and her family are of interest to unethical scientists. Her parents' plane crash is just the onset of disturbing discoveries. When it becomes apparent that it wasn't an accident, Alex needs to figure out who's behind it or share a grim fate of a lab rat. The first part of this exciting adventure thriller presents the world's different faces: from beautiful to ugly, from frightening to comforti... more
  • Threads

    by Bryan Cassiday
    When the crass, but outrageously successful, fashion designer Max Reed, who exploits violence in his ads by shooting them at actual murder scenes, is blown up in his penthouse office, police watch a CCTV video of the person who delivered the bomb to Reed’s office and peg the LA private investigator Scott Brody as the killer. The truth is Brody didn’t know he was delivering a bomb. The local LA mobster Sal Andrasi duped Brody into thinking he was delivering a bowling ball to Reed. In order to ... more
  • No One Will Hear You Scream

    by Edward Phillips
    Blood feuds rarely end well. Occasionally the hatchet will be buried, but more often than not, it will be in the skull of someone. No One Will Hear You Scream, from the start, narrates the antagonism of a famous author, Ruby Latimer, with a young and ambitious journalist, Lizzie Spector, heroine of Achilles Heel – Your Stalker Solution, author’s first book. Ruby Latimer has sold millions of books, but the current tome is proving frightfully difficult, ergo finding a suitable ending. Then out of ... more
  • The Effects of Betrayal

    by Hector Sanguino
    In the dark world of drug trafficking, to know a secret that the mafia wants you to keep forever, is a synonym of death. Based on the true story of an unfortunate executive, The Effects of Betrayal is a thrilling tale of one young man and a CEO, who after accepting financial help from a cocaine cartel, suffers an implacable chase. Sotomayor’s misfortune begins at the pinnacle of his profession. His fast climb as a boss at an international company augured a bright future for him; however, in ti... more
  • Maelstrom

    by Robert G Griffin
    A small town in Florida is in the grip of a maniacal serial killer. The hunt of the murderer culminates in s stunning conclusion that no one could have foreseen.
  • Inside Cut: A C.T. Ferguson Crime Novel

    by Tom Fowler
    College basketball star Calvin Murray always played to win. This time, losing might cost him his life. Calvin's mother hires PI C.T. Ferguson to get her son out from under with the wrong people. It'll take a full court press to put things right again.
  • All We Hold Dear

    by Nick Nichols
    A struggling attorney with an impossible assignment. Will probing into a community deep in mourning bring out the truth… or set anger ablaze? Jack Adams longs to return to the fray. Fresh from a bar suspension, the struggling lawyer is acutely aware he can’t afford to make any more bad judgments. But his first case back is a tragic family murder-suicide… and the facts don’t add up. Certain the wrongful death accusations aren’t what they seem, Adams pulls on every thread he can muster. Bu... more
  • How to Spot a Psychopath

    by MQ Webb

    We’ve all wondered about someone... are they... how do I know?
    How to Spot a Psychopath is a thoughtful, intelligent, psychological thriller full of conflicting accounts and sharp turns. How to Spot a Psychopath will keep you questioning who is hiding what, and why.

    When four-year-old Mia Edwards goes missing on a play date, everyone suspects that Jessica Green knows what happened to her, especially Mia's mother, Holly, but Jessica isn't talking.

    Psych... more

  • The Death of Harry Crow

    by Leith C MacArthur
    As identical twins Annie and Amanda Crow celebrate their fourteenth birthday, their father Harry is involved in a fiery three-car crash that leaves all occupants dead. Four years after the accident, Amanda suddenly vanishes, and her boyfriend is found murdered. Getting little assistance from the police, Amanda’s mother seeks the help of William Snow, a local man with a reputation for finding missing children. Snow begins an investigation and soon uncovers an inexplicable link between Ann... more

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