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Mystery/Thriller

  • Dark Energy, Return to Becker Circle

    by Addison Brae
    Cybercrime doesn’t talk. It creeps in and destroys lives right under Gillian’s nose when a cryptojacking scheme lands her boss, Pinkie, in jail. Gillian had just started over with a new career, boyfriend, and confidence after escaping a vicious murder investigation that shattered her ability to trust. Then Pinkie’s arrest leaves her struggling to run his two bars while also unraveling the conspiracy. Gillian will not let her mentor and friend go down for something he didn’t do. Neither will J... more
  • Iceapelago

    by Peter Brennan
    Scientists and researchers atop the Greenland Ice Sheet, on the volcanic island of La Palma (Canary Islands) and off the Irish Continental Shelf witness natural events that create ICEAPELAGO: a frozen land mass with many islands. ICEAPELAGO is a new word for a new world.
  • Mile High Death: A Gripping Serial Killer Thriller

    by Leslie Wolfe

    The sea didn’t have her long enough to ravage her broken body. Her beauty is still intact, her pale lips slightly parted in the memory of her last breath, her dark hair clinging to her face in long, wavy strands. Every inch of her skin bears testimony of her terrifying fate at the hands of the man who never expected her to be found. 

    After the body of a brutally murdered young woman is recovered from the Gulf of Mexico far from shore, ... more

  • FASTGLASS

    by Tony Tiscareno
    FASTGLASS is an aviation political-thriller that goes into the kit plane world, as it is intertwined with the rage of humanity. FASTGLASS travels from the very presence of Ernest Hemingway on the day that Fidel Castro took power in Cuba to fifty years to the day with the exploits and adventures of Lance Rio. A gifted pilot and kit plane builder that will design, build and fly some of the most sophisticated aircraft ever conceived. This one time flight instructor, now a CIA officer and assassin, ... more
  • One Degree

    by Gus Kappler
    It’s 1971. Recovering Vietnam War surgical patients are dying unexpectedly as a result of gangrenous septic infections. The culprit is unknown. The first clue, an abnormal white cell in Private Richard Burrows’ blood, is documented by Matt Rogowicz, a lab tech. His superiors at Walter Reed Army Hospital give no credence to this finding, and Richard suffers a gruesome death. After discharge from the Army, Matt develops PTSD when the vile disease becomes global. Guilt consumes him. He feels resp... more
  • Justice, Justice Shall You Pursue, Volume 1

    by Jules Mermelstein
    He's an attorney who doesn't let the law get in the way of his pursuit of justice. When the NSA uses threats and murder to try to get one of his clients convicted, will he survive to obtain justice? Meet Joshua Frankel, a defense attorney who knows firsthand that truth, justice and the law do not always align, and is willing to step outside the law in pursuit of justice. In this first book of a new series, Frankel’s case is that of a wealthy widower who claims he is being framed by the NSA for ... more
  • The City That Barks And Roars

    by JT Bird
    Animals rule the world. They hit cafes for breakfast then nine to five at the office, and fritter away evenings at jazz clubs. But paradise is still a distant dream, for there are devils amongst the angels. Lucas Panda is missing; clues on the riverbank suggest he was probably kidnapped. Enter Frank. Who else you gonna call? Hard-boiled penguin and the finest detective in town. And meet his new partner, Detective Chico Monkey - yeah, the wisecrackin' kid with all the snappy suits. Bu... more
  • Crime Beat Girl

    by Geri Dreiling
    A girl is dead. A boy is locked up. Can Debbie Bradley discover the truth before more lives are lost…maybe even her own? A series of deadly shootings. An outbreak of stolen cars. When journalist Debbie Bradley returns home to St. Louis, the summer crime wave has started. And she’s in the center: A witness, a reporter, a target. Debbie’s reasons for leaving behind her promising career in Washington D.C. were complicated. Her mother, a prominent lawyer, was diagnosed with cancer. Her engagem... more
  • The Omega

    by Joanna Faith Horowitz
    The mind of a serial killer is an aberration to the minds of normal people in society. In The Omega we take a journey into the mind of John Rotterdam—a serial killer who continues to confound the authorities, despite the fact that he has confessed to all of his crimes. We learn about his delusions and the degenerate realities of his mind as he confesses to rapes and murders spanning decades. With twists and turns at every corner, Detective Jeremy Reid must interview Rotterdam to delve deep into ... more
  • Gone Woman

    by A.J. Rivers

    In a peaceful small town, a young woman disappeared from her home without a trace. But when the truth is discovered, Mary’s life could be at stake…

    It’s the holidays and Mary Whitman has the perfect life. A beautiful home built just for her, and a blissful marriage to her adoring husband. But a terrible accident left her with no memories of her past and a lifelong illness. An illness that keeps her confined in her home. She's plagued by nightmare... more

  • The Girl and the Hunt (Emma Griffin FBI Mystery Book 6)

    by A.J. Rivers

    Catch me.

    The words that taunted FBI Agent Emma Griffin on the blood-soaked train ride from Sherwood continue to follow her. Drawn to Feathered Nest, she discovers that the horror is far from over and whoever is behind the dare has no intention of his brutal game slowing down any time soon. While in Feathered Nest, she revisits Cabin 13 to figure out the truth behind the necklace and search for more clues to discover the secret of the dead man that she found on its doo... more

  • The Girl and the Deadly Express (Emma Griffin FBI Mystery Book 5)

    by A.J. Rivers

    On board an unstoppable train the truth of the past finally unfolds, but will it be at the expense of everyone’s life on board the deadly express? FBI agent Emma Griffin is starting to get her life back on track. But as she gets used to the changes in her career and settling into her personal life, questions about her past continue to haunt her.

    When a mysterious letter appears from Feathered Nest asking Emma to help, suspicion arises. She’s being lured ont... more

  • The Girl Next Door (Emma Griffin FBI Mystery Book 4)

    by A.J. Rivers

    Complete silence filled the room until an unexpected sound brought Emma out of her slumber and into the mystery of the girl next door.

    Sherwood is a sleepy little town. A town full of friendly faces, and even friendlier neighbors. Which is why FBI agent Emma Griffin isn't surprised when her new neighbor starts stopping by to chat. Turns out her neighbor has a dark past and secrets that made her run. As much as Emma wished it wasn’t true, dark past and secrets... more

  • The Girl in the Manor (Emma Griffin FBI Mystery Book 3)

    by A.J. Rivers

    The sound of a blood curdling scream echoed through the manor. Her pleas ignored, her screams unheard. Tomorrow would not come for Everly Zara…

    What does the death of a young child, and the sudden death of the girl in the manor have in common? Was it simply just a coincidence, or is there something far more disturbing than anyone could ever imagine?

    Everly Zara, a beautiful young woman, is found dead in the bedroom of the manor. The news is shocking and di... more

  • Complete Confidentiality Hire An Independent Escort In Mumbai

    by vanamika rawat
    Often men after attaining certain age find themselves helpless when they come across teen or bombshell Call girls in Mumbai especially men who are from the elite class background.Feel insecure while approaching such ladies due to their age, body shape and above all looking at their respect social status.
  • Ready To Exhale

    by David David
    READY TO EXHALE *************** Jason von Meyer, an American born Swiss national – a protracted racist, brilliant and rich – wasn’t a fan of the Africans, Nigerians especially. His perception of the country was ruined when his father, Klaus von Meyer, was murdered in Lagos as a Swiss ambassador to Nigeria. The Meyers, hurt, left with a terribly bad impression of the country. But then, he met Anita – born of a Nigerian father and a German mother – stunning, and confident. Jason never knew he... more

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