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Mystery/Thriller

  • The Encrypted Fortune Cookie

    by Bill Sims
    The lives of three ordinary people change when they find themselves working for the CIA… Three strangers, a Computer repair specialist, a wealthy World traveler, and a young Tech prodigy with a ponytail, get drawn into a covert CIA scheme to smuggle files from a secret foreign source to a clandestine destination. The path begins with a chance meeting in London of one of the three strangers, with a private club patron, who turns out to be an Agent for MI6. Through their ingenuity and tech skil... more
  • Dangerous Straits (Matt Lanier, #3)

    by Chris Norbury
    Once a world-class musician, Matt Lanier now survives by playing guitar for spare change in the streets and skyways of Minneapolis. He's also homeless, broke, and a fugitive accused of murdering a cop. His downward spiral started after he uncovered a multi-billion-dollar conspiracy orchestrated by Leland Smythe, a corrupt, ruthless real-estate magnate. To clear his name and reclaim his normal lifestyle, Matt must convince the authorities that the conspiracy is real. Because Matt threatens Smy... more
  • The Petrus Prophecy

    by Gary McAvoy

    Father Jonah Barlow is dead. The respected Jesuit scholar of apocalyptic studies might have died from a fall in his apartment . . . or was he pushed? All that is known for sure is that the provocative manuscript he was working on—a book that promised to reveal the upcoming fulfillment of ancient and recent prophecies, including the ghastly and shocking Third Secret of Fatima—is missing.

    Two female detectives—one from Chicago, the other from Rome—take on the inves... more

  • Foreign & Domestic

    by Brandon Phillips
    Foreign & Domestic is a suspense-filled, and at times humorous, high-tech thriller centered around a rag-tag group of veterans. They are called upon to uncover a looming terror attack that would be catastrophic to the US. Their mission is much bigger than they realize, and the deeper they dive into the treachery, the bigger the target they find painted on themselves - from all sides.
  • Big Shot

    by Kirsten Weiss
    Small Town. Big Murder. The number one secret to my success as a bodyguard? Staying under the radar. But when a wildly public disaster blew up my career and reputation, it turned my perfect, solo life upside down. I thought my tiny hometown of Nowhere would be the ideal out-of-the-way refuge to wait out the media storm. It wasn’t. My little brother had moved into a treehouse. The obscure mountain town had decided to attract tourists with the world’s largest collection of big thing... more
  • Backdrop Dead, A Magnolia Showboat Mystery

    by Cynthia Thomason
    Come aboard a sparkling floating palace of 1898 as librarian-turned-sleuth, Gwen Barlow, deals with headstrong actors, a heap of debt and a corpse on stage. Will she solve the murder so her showboat can move down river and begin making a profit? Will the handsome captain she hires distract her or be just the help she needs? Problems deeper than Mississippi mud in this tale of humor and suspense.
  • blackshirt masquerade

    by Jason Monaghan
    London, 1935 and the Blackshirts of the British Union of Fascists are on the march. Hugh Clifton is recruited by MI5 to infiltrate the movement, but a twist of fate turns him into a hero of the Blackshirts. His simple mission is about to become much more dangerous.
  • Hidden Behind the Robe

    by Matt Graham
    Two powerful judges battle over conflicting allegations of sexual misconduct and racism. Full of surprise twists, Hidden Behind the Robe provides an inside look at a gritty and salacious dysfunctional courthouse. One thing is clear from the beginning--not all the bad guys are in the courthouse lockup.
  • Segment of One

    by Michael Grigsby
    DR. NICK VANDEROFF, 64, retired marketing analytic expert, hopes to reestablish a relationship with his single-parent daughter MARY, 35, and her daughter, math-prodigy HOLLY, 12. When a ruthless serial killer, the Gun Crier, suddenly escalates his shootings, a desperate Dallas police department enlists Nick’s unorthodox consumer behavior techniques to help find and stop him. Nick’s analysis gives much greater intelligence and the police nearly catch the Gun Crier ... more
  • House of Durga

    by Jelena Hrvoj
    House of Durga is not just an escape from the cruel reality. Nor is it a place where it all starts and ends. The sisterhood of the House of Durga is far more than that. Their beginning, short existence, and end. That summer, the life of young Pixela Omnia changed forever. From her parents' divorce, moving to the suburbs, and meeting two girls who will become her only support, but also her ruin. Hidden from the world and problems, in the heart of an abandoned amusement park, three young gir... more
  • Concession Stand Crimes

    by Nicole Asselin
    MADELINE BOUCHER is still reeling from her first few weeks of working for her family’s Independent League Baseball Team, the Abington Armadillos. She found a dead body and survived a kidnapping before finally clearing her brother of a murder. She didn’t think anything could be as dramatic as that, but she was wrong. Her parents have given her more responsibility in running ballpark events in the hopes that they could retire and leave the team in her hands. Her brother is moving on to the big ... more
  • Juiced

    by ted mulcahey
    An invention that can save the planet? Somehow, someway the O’Malleys have found themselves in the thick of things once again. On peaceful, bucolic Whidbey Island, they become entangled in a corporate plot to stifle a paradigm-shattering discovery, one that promises to upend conventional thinking, topple markets, and create an entirely new industry. Kevin and Jenne, along with scientists from the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, find themselves pitted against a band of bumbling criminals... more
  • "HOUSE BOY"

    by Lorenzo DeStefano
    "HOUSE BOY” is a contemporary thriller set in Southern India and in the polite suburb of Hendon, North London. At 321 Finchley Lane, ancient traditions take root and prosper in our so-called civilized society. The lives of a boy from rural India, Vijay Pallan, and an Indo-British woman and her son, Binda and Ravi Tagorstani, collide as if decreed by history. Through Vijay, we experience the shocking realities of modern slavery, the human spirit’s boundless capacity for pain, and the ultimate bl... more
  • No Such Thing as Goodbye

    by Karmen Špiljak
    A spy with a criminal past. A dark family secret. Freedom at the cost of betrayal. To escape her mobster family, Toni fakes her own death, but before she can start anew in Mexico City, she’s pulled into a world of spies and deadly secrets. Her new life crumbles when she discovers her boss is keeping secrets of his own. When word gets around that Toni’s brother is on his way to Mexico, she fears the worst - he wants to hunt her down. Cornered and with nowhere to turn, Toni must decide: wil... more
  • Death Among the Pines

    by Tom Lubben
    BJ Gleeson is sitting at a South Jersey bar with his new girlfriend when an old woman totters in and sits down next to them. Crying and mumbling, she opens a small box to show a bloodied severed finger. “It’s my daughter!” she sobs. Follow Gleeson, a divorced family man and washed up baseball player turned teacher and amateur detective, as this event catapults him into a labyrinth of bizarre murders (which could be historical, gang related, or cult based) in the middle of a cold winter in the Ne... more
  • Presumed Guilty

    by Alexandra Shapiro
    Alexandra Shapiro's first novel, Presumed Guilty, tells the story of Emma Simpson, a successful portfolio manager running the Manhattan office of a big-time hedge fund. ​ March 14th, 2012 was a typical day for Emma. She followed her usual routine, interacting with coworkers and clients before returning to her quiet family home in the Hudson Valley, where she lives with her husband and two children. But more than a year later, Emma’s world is forever changed—all because of a short email she dashe... more

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