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Mystery/Thriller

  • Billy and the Policeman

    by Darren Ramon
    After spending the night with family, Billy discovers the wheels to his Varoom Bike missing. They were stolen in the middle of the night. To Billy, the bike is everything to him, it is his escape and hope. He is devastated, that is until Officer Highwater shows up and suddenly there is a chance he will be able to ride again. Billy learns the quality of trust in this tale of stolen property, hidden places, clues and a beloved bike.
  • Billy's RockPile

    by Darren Ramon
    It’s about a reluctant young boy who is forced to go on a picnic with his family and in the process discovers himself while escaping danger and answering a mystery about a lost Apache tribe in the Davis Mountains of West Texas at a place called RockPile park. This is based on real events.
  • Kurkuma kopen

    by Albin Benny
    Nowadays all social orders are trust home developed drug and characteristic things. The guideline reason of this is it has no side effects so all social orders buy this sorts of things. Moreover, another reason behind using characteristic thing is humble and we can get from any item, and it can utilize at whatever point. Each normal thing had its own favorable circumstances and strong point. So it is using various ways. Home developed things and prescription is different according to culture and... more
  • Twilight Never Sleeps

    by Betty Hamilton
    Twilight Never Sleeps is a story of deception, corruption, and ways that small-town life has changed due to the influence of drugs and the money it brings to rural America.
  • Among the Dead

    by Roger Canaff
    When a beautiful and profoundly autistic boy named Hector is found hideously throat-cut in a Bronx row house, it’s his father, a callous and deceitful widower with gang ties, who emerges as the prime suspect. Reluctantly catching the case is A.D.A. Alex Greco, himself the wounded father of an autistic son who died at age three. A relative newcomer to the challenging and often brutal world of New York’s toughest borough, Alex has been excelling in this environment for two years, rebuilding his sh... more
  • Metabyte

    by Cat Connor
    Her niece is abducted and her in-laws disappear. Long-deceased agents turn up in garages across the city - dead again. No wonder SSA Ellie Iverson’s internal alert goes off the scale. Enigmatic clues and codes from a missing colleague and brother-in-law about the seepage of sensitive FBI data, lead to the sudden death of a team member and leave Delta A spinning. Two new agents, with special talents akin to Ellie’s, join the team and ramp her alarm sensors even higher. Her niece’s social media... more
  • psychobyte

    by Cat Connor
    Another day, another death, might not be unusual in FBI Agent Ellie Conway’s world but a baffling series of naked, bloodless, blondes in pristine showers makes her wonder if she is dealing with a genuine vampire. Investigating the deaths of these women, Ellie is surprised when clairsentience is added to her remarkable armory of psycho-prophetic talents. Secrets emerge as she races to find a killer with a particular and gruesome agenda. Mounting bodies, escalating pressure, a sinister connecti... more
  • Eraserbyte

    by Cat Connor
    Washington D.C. is burning, blowing up before SSA Ellie Conway’s eyes. More than ever she needs her controversial connections to prevent more terror attacks and horrifying deaths. Surveillance footage mysteriously wiped away, explosions rocking the city, people blown apart, an insider forging Ellie’s signature to release suspects, and her helicopter taken down, all challenge Delta A to find the link between the terror attacks, international trade in missing girls, coded price lists and a rogue ... more
  • Databyte

    by Cat Connor
    When information becomes misinformation, how much of what you see should you believe? Wanted for a murder she didn’t commit and on the run from the FBI and Metro, Special Agent Ellie Conway has to protect an actor with close ties to Delta A from a serious threat as well as trying to clear her name. Unwittingly, whilst staying off the grid, Ellie stumbles upon a syndicate which has alarming connections to her daughter’s death – and which abducts her team, with the intent of killing them, an... more
  • Soundbyte

    by Cat Connor
    How unlucky can the Bleich family be? Four out of five murdered on the same day … the obvious link being the Heathcote Diamonds, reputed to be cursed. SSA Conway is not having a great time either: she is shot when all she wanted was a good cup of coffee. NCIS Director Doyle’s sister is abducted by an international hitman who proves to have intriguing connections. The appearance of Mac’s doppelganger is a profound shock and Mac’s ghost resurrects Elllie’s smothered rage. CIA Agent Jonathan ... more
  • Flashbyte

    by Cat Connor
    As if a terrifying nightmare wasn’t bad enough, being woken from it with the news that she’d been strangled in a parking lot didn’t make for a great start to the day for FBI Agent Ellie Conway. Extraordinary and bizarre packages delivered to her home, a sniper aiming for her – twice in one day – and a vehicle that looks like Swiss cheese, tends to make a girl lose her sense of humour. More mistaken-identity deaths, bank robberies, a hospital murderer, an unexpected cold case, and a renditi... more
  • Exacerbyte

    by Cat Connor
    Hawk is hunting again. SSA Conway is his nemesis – she wants justice. He has taken too many children, killed too many people. FBI Agent SSA Conway has decided it is time to stop Hawk, not only to prevent the abduction of vulnerable children but to avenge the murder of an FBI agent. As Conway and Delta A team prepare to pursue Hawk in Russia, he moves to New Zealand to widen his net. A terrible and sinister reality emerges, demanding the might of the Military, CIA, NCIS and the Russian F... more
  • Terrorbyte

    by Cat Connor
    What is the connection between a series of murders, bourbon, chlorine, gold ribbon, the Pentagon and the Military, Eastern European terrorists and a book of poetry? Special Agent Conway is back: wisecracking, kicking ass and using her psycho-prophetic talents. This time to grapple with a murderer with ulterior motives, secreted behind a series of grotesque crimes. Confronted with outlandish connections and the realization that the issues are global, Conway is forced to seek help from the h... more
  • KIllerbyte

    by Cat Connor
    A killer with a penchant for inventive and macabre deaths challenges an FBI Agent with an equally unusual imagination and sense of humor. SA Conway works serial crime cases. When someone tries to kill her, it becomes obvious it’s linked to her after-hours pursuits on cyberspace. Matters become complicated when her assailant is found dead in the trunk of her car. Despite a plethora of crime scenes, no evidence can be found to identify a motive or perpetrator. The death toll rises and eventu... more
  • The Haunting

    by Kristin Fulton
    Chance Jameson, an almost-thirteen-year-old orphan, discovers he is a natural-born leader when Oak Hill Orphanage is faced with a terrible crisis. Miss May, the much-loved orphanage director, dies in a freak accident, leaving the orphanage in the hands of the greedy, ruthless Whipley twins whose goal is to use the orphans as a slave labor force. Much to his surprise, Chance finds that he can see and communicate with the ghost of Miss May. Through teamwork, they devise a daring scheme to fr... more
  • Charley's Horse

    by Felix Ang

    Robert knew that he wanted to become a detective like his father, but there was one problem … he had to pass Mr Shutter’s public speaking class which he wasn’t doing any good. Who wouldn’t be terrified to speak not only to one but many people? — front and centre!

    As Robert was searching for his topic, he found himself in the middle of a heist where only him who knew the whereabouts of the stealer. 

    Tormented with the slim probability to reach his dreams, because ... more

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