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Mystery/Thriller

  • Re-Test

    by Mark Phillips
    A peaceful afternoon is shattered when a gunman takes over a college classroom. The students are terrified and the police lock down the campus. Captain Taylor wants to know the gunman's demands. He doesn't have any, but he does offer a wild tale to explain his actions. Is he insane, or is he telling the truth?
  • The Painted Catch

    by Ronder Scott
    What happens when you are in an elite military squadron and follow an order that was given in error? That’s what has happened to Shane Braff and Jennifer Koppell when they entered Tayyip Nafisi’s home. He wasn't a terrorist and neither was his family. But it all happened so fast and the result was that his son lost his life that day and his wife soon followed. Not able to cope with the grief, The Painted Catch is a psychological thriller that shows how Tayyip Nafisi turned from dedicated governm... more
  • Laws of Wrath

    by Eriq La Salle

    Chinatown, New York - The butchered body of a transvestite is found in a dumpster. Nothing out of the ordinary for NYPD, except the victim just so happens to be the brother of Detective Phee Freeman. At first the slaying looks like the random act of a vicious killer, but when it is discovered that there are similar ritualistic murders throughout the city, Phee and his partner Quincy Cavanaugh, along with FBI Agent Janet Maclin, have no choice but to join forces with Dr. Daria Zibik, a brillia... more

  • Tax Cut (Jersey Shore Mystery Series Book 2)

    by Michele Lynn Seigfried
    2014 Beach Book Festival Runner-Up! You’ll L.O.L. because Municipal Clerk Chelsey Alton is at it again! Working for a government riddled with crime, she and her sidekick Bonnie investigate to find out the answer to the pressing question: Who killed Vinny Buttiglieri? She finds herself entangled with dangerous mobsters and corrupt politicians. She thinks she’s doing the right thing, but can she save herself when she becomes entrenched too deep in this Jersey shore mystery?
  • The Invisible Enemy: Black Fox

    by Anthony R Howard
    In The Invisible Enemy: Black Fox, Reporter Dorian Valentine discovers the horrific truth regarding the Strategic Offensive Reduction Treaty (a critical peace agreement between the former Soviet Union and the United States): One side is cheating, and even worse - the cheating side holds the ultimate trump card. Brutally trained from birth to live, talk, and think like Americans, foreign powers have constructed the most dangerous network of secret operatives ever known - created for the ultimate ... more
  • Sea to Sky (New)

    by R.E. Donald

    During what was supposed to be a few days of skiing at the Whistler Mountain resort with an attractive female acquaintance, former homicide detective Hunter Rayne finds himself the prime suspect in the RCMP's hunt for "The Chairlift Killer". Hunter has no choice but to get involved in the investigation in order to clear his name.

    In the midst of the investigation, Hunter's life gets complicated when the progress of his new relationship is hampered by the appearanc... more

  • Ice on the Grapevine (New)

    by R.E. Donald
    On a warm July morning in L.A. County, a frozen corpse turns up at a highway brake check just south of the Grapevine Pass. Ex-homicide detective Hunter Rayne, who now drives an eighteen wheeler, is persuaded by his irascible dispatcher, Elspeth Watson, to help clear two fellow truck drivers who are arrested for the murder. His job is made more difficult by the fact that the suspects, a newlywed couple, won't speak up in their own defense. The circumstantial evidence is strong, and a rookie d... more
  • Slow Curve on the Coquihalla (New)

    by R.E. Donald
    When a well respected truck driver, the owner of a family trucking business, is found dead in his truck down a steep embankment along the Coquihalla highway, his distraught daughter wants to know why the truck went off the road on a gentle uphill curve. Hunter Rayne, a fellow trucker who was formerly an RCMP homicide investigator, feels compelled to help her find the answer and soon becomes convinced it was no accident. As he uncovers signs of illegal cross border activity originating in a Se... more
  • Bleeding Shadows

    by Eazra Shrantz

    "In our hearts and in our dreams, the sun will shine until shadows bleed. The light will shine where it's the darkest so it can grow no more." Ron Shotz has been haunted since he was twelve years old by a ghastly murder suicide. His mother, a devoted religious woman, cracked mad. She killed Ron’s little brother, Billy, a special needs child, then pulled both triggers of an Ithaca double barrel exploding her brains right in front of Ron’s fear frozen eyes. Living in a... more

  • The Finite Eternal

    by K.S. Fish
    The Finite Eternal is a Crime Novel, following an aged Mobster as he takes a trip down memory lane.
  • Syncing Forward

    by W. Lawrence
    Martin James is unwillingly injected with a drug that slows him down. The story follows his ordeal of watching his children grow up and his wife grow older in a matter of days, all while his family desperately tries to save him from being lost forever.
  • MISSED APPROACH

    by Mack Adams

     

     

    AVIATION PUSHED TO THE LIMIT

    Rick Harris has just signed on as an aircraft sales executive with the upstart Brazilian aircraft manufacturer, RioAero. The year is 1981. Three years have elapsed since the U.S. Congress essentially reinvented an industry by passing the Airline Deregulation Act. The swipe of a pen removed both heavy government restrictions and generous subsidies.

    Established airlines are jockeying to maximize growth and profi... more

  • Homeowner With a Gun

    by Samuel Hawley
    It’s the middle of the night. You’re awakened by a noise. Someone is in your house. What do you do? When it happens at 148 Maple Drive, homeowner Jeff Shaw gets his gun and goes downstairs to investigate while his wife dials 9-1-1. It’s his home, after all. He has to protect it. He finds two men in the kitchen and shoots them both. Dead. The incident puts a great strain on Jeff and his family. He reassures them that they just need to get on with their lives and everything will return to normal... more
  • City of Spies

    by John Cheney

    Four years before the fall of the Berlin Wall, East Germany was preparing for war. A series of exercises were conducted simulating an invasion of West Berlin. But what if one of these operations was no drill? In 1985, Border Troop officer Hans Brandt rises to the inner circle of the East German government, where leaders have begun to fear the country’s inevitable collapse. Hans discovers Stasi colonel Karl Scharf’s audacious plan to save the GDR — actually conquer West Berli... more

  • The NSA Files (a Dan Johnston, Shaman Detective novel)

    by Terry Persun
    A retired shaman is contacted by the NSA to find out who’s coercing politicians into passing bills that they have fought up until now. Dan Johnston The NSA pulls Dan Johnston out of a comfortable, but boring, retirement to help them with a very unusual case where they believe politicians are being swayed through the internet and the use of totem animals. Dan has known for years that it’s a strange world, but he’s not exactly a technical geek, and has little knowledge of what it is the NSA wan... more
  • The Nsa Files: A Dan Johnston, Shaman Detective Novel

    by Terry Persun

    A retired shaman is contacted by the NSA to find out who’s coercing politicians into passing bills that they have fought up until now.

    Dan Johnston The NSA pulls Dan Johnston out of a comfortable, but boring, retirement to help them with a very unusual case where they believe politicians are being swayed through the internet and the use of totem animals. Dan has known for years that it’s a strange world, but he’s not exactly a technical geek, and has ... more

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