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Mystery/Thriller

  • Can't Stop the Funk

    by H. Max Hiller
    The storm that brought New Orleans together has become a recovery that threatens to tear it apart as the city begins a new election cycle. Condominium developers and the local king of gentrification seem to have the favor of the councilwoman representing the city's poorest neighborhood, so it's up to Louisiana State Police Detective "Cadillac" Holland to investigate what may not even be a crime when someone tries to buy the homes built by the Make It Right Foundation in the city's Lower Nin... more
  • Karma's Envoy

    by Kevan Houser
    A man from today wakes up in a little boy's body in 1962 where he quickly finds himself caught in a life-and-death struggle against unspeakable evil. He must face tragedy, mental illness, even death in his quest to right a 50-year-old wrong. Will he succeed or will he be killed in the past?
  • The Tribal Case

    by Theresa Janson
    FBI Special Agent Samantha Wright inherits the case of her life when her mentor at the Bureau dies, leaving her compelled to finish the case in his memory. The case forces her to cross paths with Will Little Bear, a Cheyenne Indian guide who stumbled upon the latest victim, a young Native American boy, on his reservation. As an expert FBI Profiler, Special Agent Wright pursues the serial killer, forcing her to leave the comfort of her Washington DC office and travel to the wilderness of Montan... more
  • Trapped Under: A Heart Stopping Thriller

    by max Obrien
    Trapped Under by Max O'Brien is a gripping, spine-chilling, psychological thriller, based on the classic story of boy meets girl, but when the girl disappears, his life changes forever. Scot has the standard lifestyle. A stable career, a solid friend group, and big aspirations to find love and settle down. Then Scot meets Victoria. Victoria is young, beautiful and the perfect girl in Scots eyes. But she leaves. Victoria causes a stir in his life when they meet again and when Scot welcomes ... more
  • The Outlaw Rider

    by Jerry Bader
    The Outlaw Rider “If you’re not prepared to cheat, you’re not prepared to win.” Published By MRPwebmedia Jesse James, the daughter of a deceased mob connected rug salesman, becomes a jockey working for the Hong Mian triad in order to feed winners to State Senator Samuel Somersby. The Senator is responsible for approving California gaming licenses. To date, only Native CANGV casinos are allowed to have slots. California horse racing will die if they aren’t allowed to add slot machines to their... more
  • The Yellow

    by EJ Averett
    World famous psychiatrist, Dr. Simon Young has been charged with Child Rape and Lamona is abuzz with the news. Forensic psychologist, Dr. Carmen Carillo, wends her way from a near-death experience, into the boxing ring to duke it out with a suspect, to the golden wheat fields for a hideous discovery, practically to the bottom of one of the deepest lakes in America and finally to Hollywood, hoping to solve the riddle of the murders that have struck her caseload ever since she agreed to evaluate ... more
  • Graffiti Creek

    by Matt Coleman
    On a wall of graffiti, blood splatter gets lost. So Graffiti Creek--with its shadowed canopy of trees and evidence-destroying stream and the namesake bridge with its puzzle of spray paint--is not the place mysteries get solved. It’s the place where they begin. And Cary Trubody’s mystery began there before she even realized she was a part of it. On the way home from a party, Cary gets pulled over for running a red light. Within minutes, a routine traffic stop turns into a nightmare of mistaken... more
  • A Case of Espionage

    by Paula Longhurst
    Heiress Mary Maccallan just wants to take her place as CEO of whiskey giant Maccallan's. Before she shatters that glass ceiling she'll have to deal with sibling rivalry, scheming board members, Essex gangsters and MI6. Less of a problem, her intriguing new pal Seb Miller. A pacy debut novella set on darker London streets.
  • Steady Trouble (Steady Teddy Book 1)

    by Mike McCrary

    When eighteen-year-old Teddy loses her parents to a tragedy, she’s left alone and with no memory of the life she once had. Now older, wiser, and tougher than ever before, Teddy has managed to carve out a small place in Austin’s criminal underworld, but that world comes with its own brand of trouble. Trouble she’s learned to handle with some razor-sharp wit and the occasional baseball bat. Desperate to buy the only link to her childhood – her parents’ old farm &nd... more

  • The Bridal Chase: A Novella

    by Robert Downs
    Elisha Crimson thought her wedding day would be the happiest of her life. But losing her fiancé to two thugs in a dark sedan wasn’t part of the plan. She, along with the rest of the wedding party, can do nothing to stop the abrupt abduction, so she pursues at the first opportunity, navigating the West Virginia interstate in a white wedding dress behind the wheel of a pickup truck. But will she catch the sedan in time to save her one true love? Ronnie Washington had known his past would catch ... more
  • Last Call

    by Libby Kirsch
  • 978-1539923749

    by R.M. Gauthier
    How far will you go to save a stranger? A married woman. An exclusive club. A domineering man with a past that will threaten it all. With her marriage in shambles and life not turning out quite as she imagined, Alexandria turns to her best friend for help to snap her out of the slump that's been plaguing her. Instead she finds herself immersed in a world of danger, tangled in a web of deceit, and wrapped in the arms of an unattainable man. When an FBI investigation lands on her doorstep, s... more
  • Child Game

    by Ana M. Torres
  • Blue Bloods

    by Fannie Adams and Rolland Taylor
    Based on news articles, the book is about intermarriage between blacks and whites. The book is slanted with racial prejudice against intermarriage. The book arouses racial feelings. As an editor, I, Rolland Taylor, a minister, was so angry at the racial prejudice, didn?t want it published because of the racial feelings it would arouse, and threw it in the garbage. Years later, I found another copy of the book in my mother?s things and decided maybe it should be published as an example of feeling... more
  • The Latakia Intercept

    by RG Ainslee
    From RG Ainslee, a debut thriller featuring Army Security Agency ELINT Analyst Ross Brannan as he becomes entangled in a web of deceit in the days before the Yom Kippur War. September 1973: Sergeant Ross Brannan, with only three months to go on his enlistment, is sent on a puzzling assignment to an airbase in Turkey. The mystery heightens when it appears an old CIA acquaintance is directing the operation. The mission: monitor Soviet naval activity in the Eastern Mediterranean. The web of int... more

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