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Mystery/Thriller

  • Into the Woods

    by Josh Soule
    Three friends unite to solve the mystery of a mysterious creature that has been butchering local livestock. In the woods that were a place of legend in their childhood, they now seek answers, but soon find that the truth about the creature may be more troublesome than they ever feared.
  • THE ROSARIO

    by Peter Sissons
    This is my elevator pitch: "Imagine being flown to a new job at an isolated luxury estate belonging to a fabulously rich but obnoxious Englishman, high in the Catalonian mountains. This man’s obsessions and his total domination of his estate are hard to handle, but he is paying you handsomely and you tolerate his rudeness and demands. Then imagine discovering that he is downright dangerous… and he knows… you know… and now you are trapped. What would you do next? This is the crisis faci... more
  • Evolution of a Killer: Rogue Assassin

    by Robert Ullrich

    The Year is 2011, and 25 years of peace between the

    Sicilian Mafia Families is in jeopardy. A Sicilian hitman goes

    rogue against his father, Enzo, killing the son of Giuseppe

    Salerno, taking Giuseppe's only grandchild, Stephanie, then

    Smuggling her to London and a waiting flesh peddler.

    The Salerno Family, one of the largest, legitimate Arms

    Dealers in Europe, left the Sicilian Mafia with Enzo Grasso's

    blessings. Benito, his only son saw Enzo ... more

  • The Rosario ISBN: 978-1-6847-0412-5 (sc) ISBN: 978-1-6847-0414-9 (hc) ISBN: 978-1-6847-0413-2 (e) Library of Congress Control Nu

    by Peter Sissons
    This is my "elevator pitch": "Imagine being flown to a new job at an isolated luxury estate belonging to a fabulously rich but obnoxious Englishman, high in the Catalonian mountains. This man’s obsessions and his total domination of his estate are hard to handle, but he is paying you handsomely and you tolerate his rudeness and demands. Then imagine discovering that he is downright dangerous… and he knows… you know… and now you are trapped. What would you do next? This is the crisis fa... more
  • A Deadly Homecoming: A Toni Day Mystery

    by Jane Bennett Munro
    Pathologist Toni Day knows her mother like the back of her hand. When her mother calls and asks her to investigate the disappearance of her best friend?s husband, Dick, she knows better than to argue. Soon, Toni and her husband, Hal, are on their way back to her hometown of Long Beach, California, where another mystery awaits. Dick?s wife, Doris, is convinced that the historic house she shares with Dick is haunted. To make things even more complicated, Doris is also suffering from a mysterious i... more
  • Ashes of Despair

    by Mary Schaller
    The sequel to Deadly Distrust occurs three years later during the AIDS crisis in San Francisco. The morals of sex are changing, and the LGBT community is in turmoil. Our heroine, Elinor DeMartini, inherits a large estate. However, the board of directors doesn?t want her knowing about their corruption, and they don?t want to stop the flow of money. When Elly tries to learn about her inheritance, one of the board members is killed. And so starts an action-packed struggle to survive the many danger... more
  • Red Blood on White Cotton

    by John W Long
    Attorney John Reynolds returns to his childhood home, the sprawling Riverdale Plantation, for the funeral of his father. He learns his father has left him a mysterious letter imploring him to investigate the disappearance of his brother 30 years ago. He is given several clues but the trail is cold. He embarks on a dangerous quest which leads him to a sinister criminal organization involved in drug trafficking, murder and numerous other crimes. He puts himself, his family and friends into grave d... more
  • A Most Unusual Girl

    by Nick Cahill
    Priska James is thirteen and has a surprising ability handed down to her by an archangel: she can hear the song of a person's soul. Even though she is supposed to be a champion for justice, she'd rather just be a kid, and she dreads the day her grandfather forces her to finally take a case. That day comes when she is asked to find a missing girl last seen in the company of a congressman at a Lake Tahoe casino. The clues lead to a ruthless fixer, and Priska finds herself alone and outmatched.
  • Sea Scope - eBook

    by Debbie De Louise

    Sarah Collins returns to Sea Scope, the family-owned inn in which she grew up. She hasn't been back to South Carolina for twenty years; not since she and her brother Glen discovered a body by the nearby lighthouse. After Sarach returns to the inn, she faces long-buried memories, text messages and strange clues.When past and present collide, Sarah must face truths about her family, and what happened that summer day by the lighthouse. But will she survive to tell the tale?

    &... more

  • Sea Scope

    by Debbie De Louise
  • Sea Scope: Large Print Edition

    by Debbie De Louise
  • Creed of Vengeance

    by Aubrey Dasher
    In the parishes of Louisiana, it’s time for a reckoning. For more than two thousand years, children have been at the mercy of pedophile Catholic priests, but retribution is on its way in the form of outraged locals who will stop at nothing to avenge their own. Creed of Vengeance takes you on a heart-stopping journey through three generations of abuse victims as Cajun justice emerges out of bayou country, with inescapable and heartless cruelty brought down upon the guilty. LeRóy Garceau, raped in... more
  • The Secret Gospel

    by Dan Eaton

    "A dangerous and thrilling adventure ... This multi-faceted work of history, conspiracy and religion will gain favour among fans of Dan Brown and Steve Berry." —Publishers Weekly

    In 1958, a young scholar stumbles upon a version of the Gospel of Mark far older than that recorded in the New Testament. Unfortunately, his discovery brings him nothing but vilification and accusations of forgery.

    Eventually, the Secret Gospel simply disappears. Fift... more

  • No White Lies

    by Dan Eaton

    "An absorbing kidnapping tale inspired by true life and steeped in bleakness" — Kirkus Reviews

    FINALIST, 14th National Indie Excellence Awards

    “Think Kathy Reichs and her Tempe Brennan, Jonathan Kellerman and his Alex Delaware, or Dervla McTiernan’s Cormac Reilly... A story to keep your interest until the finale" — Otago Daily Times

    What would you do for success? Would yo... more

  • Code Name: Liberty

    by Marshall Thornton
    In the summer of 1980, the news is full of the upcoming election and the hostage crisis in Iran but Patrick Henry Burke is not paying any attention. He’s met a Persian prince and his head is full of romance. All of that changes though when a sexy CIA agent, Gary Walker, approaches him and asks that he spy on the prince and his father. They’re attempting to prevent the hostages from being released to guarantee Carter won’t win the presidency in hopes that the Reagan administration will be gratefu... more
  • The Don of Siracusa

    by Sean Rea
    It’s usually when you feel like you have it all that it all threatens to come crashing down. That’s what happens to Stefano Caruso when his steadfast morals and strict work ethic have earned him the top spot at the corporation his father and grandfather built. He is living the life you’d expect of a handsome and successful legacy magnate. Until the day an unexpected visitor delivers shocking news, and Caruso’s prized moral fiber is tested. In The Don of Siracusa [Friesen Press] by Sean Rea, Car... more

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