Find out the latest indie author news. For FREE.

Mystery/Thriller

  • 979-8655404281

    by E.L. Haines
    “Carried Away” is Sparrow’s new adventure in a quarantined Italy. A new and deadly zoonotic disease is causing hormonal imbalances, strange and extreme violent behavior, and a cascading failure of the immune system that inevitably leads to sudden death. Along with a handful of trapped tourists, Sparrow gets caught up in the race for the cure between two world-renowned doctors with wildly incompatible motives. Infectious and mentally-unbalanced human patients (and their contagious cats) threaten ... more
  • Mystic Pieces

    by Ada Bell
    Aly doesn't believe in psychics. Too bad she just had a vision.   Aly’s got enough on her plate, with finishing her degree and taking care of her nephew and starting her new job at the antique store while crushing on the owner's son. No visions.   Alas, the universe doesn't care what Aly believes. When she turns 21, she starts to feel psychic impressions left on objects. A disorienting power when you’re surrounded by antiques. Then cranky customer Earl is killed, and Aly's new boss Olive is ... more
  • Parish the Thought

    by H. Max Hiller
    Detective Holland is assigned to investigate a presumed murder, the obvious crime scene lacks a victim, that takes an unexpected turn when the prime suspect turns up dead. The case becomes increasingly difficult as the new suspect may be a serial killer with an agenda of their own. It is up to Detective Holland to determine who is behind the disappearance of the woman he came to find, and a string of targeted homicides that may include the woman he seeks. Most worrisome is that the detective him... more
  • The Mind Siege Project

    by Bob DeMoss
    8 Students. 7 Days. 1 Ticking Time Bomb. Jodi Adams and her classmates set sail on the Chesapeake Bay. How could they know their boat would become a floating laboratory—where good & evil, truth & lies would be tossed overboard and 1 passenger came armed? Had they known, they would never have left the safety of the dock. Will they survive the storm?
  • Mercury

    by Vincent Lenihan
    In the very near future, superhuman artificial limbs have become a mass-produced technology. Despite strong bilateral trade in the prosthetics industry, China and the United States are embroiled in a proxy war in Eastern Europe that has grown devastating through the heavy use of enhanced soldiers. Rico Moretti is a young, overconfident agent in the Defense Clandestine Service, an arm of the Defense Department responsible for espionage against China. When a top American official is killed in Japa... more
  • A Second Chance

    by Sandra L Kent
    Operating out of an abandoned cabin to carry out purchase and delivery orders received electronically, Dave Branson knows he is in trouble. The stray dog he'd picked up to serve as a warning of potential intruders is missing and his attempt to keep a low profile is evaporating. Confrontation with the teenager who stole his dog heightens. More people take interest in what he is up to, something he desperately needs to keep under wraps. As people in the small town plan a celebration of diversi... more
  • Out of the Red and Into the Black

    by Shane Ahalt
    When Chris Caldwell, the chief of police of a small town, investigates the kidnapping of Tyler Creasy and the brutal and torturous murder of his parents, the investigation reveals dark secrets of the family. As the clues unravel and similar instances are discovered to have occurred over a period of more than 60 years, the question arises “Is this an isolated incident or is there something more sinister in the works?” Chief Caldwell’s investigation turns up more than he bargained for as history s... more
  • To Tame a Dame: A Novella Set Within The Void Universe

    by Diego Ornelas-Tapia
    Los Angeles. 1928. Adam Bosch, a young millionaire obsessed with life’s greatest gifts: money, booze, and women, hurls down a rabbit hole one night when he meets a beautiful and intoxicating dame like no other, Antonia Seranov, as cold and hostile as the Russian winters of her homeland. With her, his charm and good looks prove useless. With her, doubt creeps in for the first time. With her, he’s no player but a pawn in a game he knows not how to play. And the further he falls, the more danger... more
  • FOLLOWING YOU

    by Eva Lesko Natiello
    How can you trust your instincts when they turn out to be wrong? It’s New Year’s Eve. Shae Wilmont, the adored host of IShop—a popular shopping site—is ready to reclaim her life. Her stalker has been caught. But en route to a party, a harrowing encounter lands her in the wrong place at the wrong time. She's forced to make a split-second decision. She trusts her gut, and it's a devastating mistake. Only one person knows where she ends up. It’s where no one can find her. Shae’s stunned ... more
  • We're Hungry

    by Robert Maxwell
    Dr. Mark Johnson interrupts his family vacation in secluded northern Vermont to join an old friend, Dr. Will Struthers, on a short fishing trip in northern Maine. Dr. Will Struthers is the high-flying CEO of a fast rising pharmaco-biorobitic-engineering firm, ZynX. Its mission is to end nature’s control of human evolution. Its ED drug, FVER, has already transformed older males into teenagers. During the fishing trip Dr. Struthers offers Dr. Johnson to be EVP of ZynX Cyborg Engineering with t... more
  • The Watchers

    by Asley L. Mármol
    Daniel Coen did not want to return to Cuba. From the heights of his business success in Miami, his family and the Island of his childhood were a foggy memory in his perfect life. Emanuel’s creative genius kept getting him in trouble in the streets of his beloved Havana; yet this time chaos fell upon him like a shroud of darkness. A mysterious and powerful family, that claimed to be descendants of The Watchers, the fallen angels who mingled with women as per ancient texts, made a fortune assistin... more
  • Eye of the Star

    by Robert H. Kono
    A prequel in a trilogy of which The StarMind Alert is the second book, Eye of the Star is a story of the Cold War paranormal psychological warfare waged between the United States and the Soviet Union. It follows Detective Jim Sato, a dedicated cop, and Gilda Dobrowski, a small city psychic, in their attempt to find and destroy a super psychic KGB spy, Sergei Verenich, who has chosen Jim and Gilda to find him. He dares them to catch him. He treats them as playthings in a cat-and-mouse game, tanta... more
  • Booth Island

    by D. Z. Church
    It’s been nine years since Boothe Treader summered at her family’s island. Twelve since her brother died on its rocky shore. She has never forgiven him for abandoning her, her parents for divorcing, or the dark-eyed boy who watched him drown. The stranger, the killer, no punishment that let him live could ever be enough. So, she wished him dead each passing day. Now, her mother has deeded her the island. Her dead brother is beckoning her back to visit. And old friends are lining up to welcome... more
  • Mainely Fear

    by Matt Cost
    “I want you to find out who is responsible for ruining his life and I want them to pay for it.” This is the desire of Latricia Jones as she hires Goff Langdon to investigate her son’s arrest for burglary, vandalism, and possibly hate crimes. Langdon is a laid back, slacker detective, happy with his work, friends, and way of life in the town of Brunswick, Maine. To complement his income in Brunswick’s scarce private detective market, Langdon also owns and operates a mystery bookstore name... more
  • Mainely Power

    by Matt Cost
    Was Harold Dumphy killed to cover up something at the nuclear power plant he was the head of security at? This is what the widow asks Goff Langdon, private detective, to find out. Langdon is a laid back, slacker detective, happy with his work, friends, and way of life in the town of Brunswick, Maine. To compliment his income in small town Maine's scarce private detective market, Langdon also owns and operates a mystery bookstore named after his trusted companion, Coffee Dog. Does Langdon stan... more
  • To Render a Raven

    by W. L. Hawkin
    Estrada is High Priest of Hollystone Coven, a shaman and magician. But is he a match for a vengeful vampire? When Diego steals his daughter from her crib on the eve of her first birthday, the Hollystone witches converge. The same night, a woman is murdered and another abducted. All three scenes are marked by roses that point to Michael Stryker, Estrada’s lover and best friend—a man with a strange dark “virus” brewing inside him. As the witches journey up the Pacific coast, emotions run raw as th... more

Loading...