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Mystery/Thriller

  • A Matter of Time

    by Ed Davis
    In the very near future . . . a progressive struggles against a newly elected totalitarian regime in America — at tremendous personal cost. While the country moves to the far right and sacrifices freedom for security, a small cadre of “slow old guys” in a bucolic Northern California town peacefully take over their local government to see their visions of peace, tolerance, and harmony become the law of their small land. But even as their cherished principles blossom in the village, dark clouds of... more
  • Consequence of Murder

    by Michael J. Young
    Deep in the research labs of University Hospital, a biochemical engineer has developed a new material that he designed to behave in a specific biological manner. The co-developer of this product is Dr. Jay Yamp, a renowned surgeon with an impeccable reputation, who is using it for the first time on his patients. A large pharmaceutical company engaged in opioid manufacturing and marketing, is attempting to promote the sale of its product to unscrupulous doctors––a whistle-blower in the drug indus... more
  • Fascinating Graces

    by Erin McMennamy

    It was supposed to be a time for Tara to take a break and get her head together. An easy job teaching for a year at the university in her hometown of Ludington surrounded by her friends and family. Then people started dying. The murdered man was one less thing for Tara to worry about, but the unexpected and so-called accidental death of a student was not.  

    As a hurricane is forecast to strike, Tara begins to feel like nothing is as it should be, even in a city where keeping s... more

  • Deceptive Cadence

    by Anna Ryan
    Deceptive Cadence is a collection of short stories that will make you question what you really, truly fear. Remember back to when you were a child, and you feared the monsters lurking under your bed, in your closet, or in another room? Well, if you have by chance forgotten, The Room at the end of the Hall will help you remember. If you have a room at the end of your hall, you may never want to go anywhere near it ever again. The disconcerting feeling that we are being watched is one that... more
  • Murder in Palm Beach: The Homicide That Never Died (Newer Version)

    by Bob Brink

    The doorbell rings in the home of a prominent Palm Beach citizen, quickly followed by a shotgun blast that shatters a window, cracking the calm of a cool January night. Rodger Kriger falls to the floor, mortally wounded, leaving a wife and six children.

    Murder in Palm Beach: The Homicide That Never Died is closely based on a sensational, real murder that happened in the posh ocean-side town in 1976. In the thin guise of fiction, the book contains shocking new information never before ma... more

  • sweethearts

    by Elizabeth Mitchell
    Twenty-nine years after finding Laura Hurst in a frozen lake, Ada Bailey decides it's time to revisit Lynn Pond and confront the past. But Silynn holds more than memories. Decades-old secrets tumble out as Ada explores the town she was sent away from. Her return dredges up more than sordid pieces of the townsfolk’s lives, though. Sam Pruette, a collector of innocents, worries Ada may remember details from that frigid day in November of 1988. Laura was only the first sweetheart.
  • City Of A Thousand Spies: The Conor McBride Series, Book 3

    by Kathryn Guare
    Conor McBride has accepted a bargain he may live to regret, if he gets to live at all. Lured by the chance to resume his career as a violinist, he’s agreed to extract a defecting Iranian from Prague. He’s been promised a simple, stitched up mission, but as he might have expected, it unravels into chaos as soon as he arrives. The Iranian has endangered his own life with a shocking indiscretion; a suspicious MI6 agent is hatching a plan that could start an international crisis; a mysterious strang... more
  • The Secret Chord: The Conor McBride Series, Book 2

    by Kathryn Guare
    Conor McBride has lost everything, and if he can't find a way to disappear in a hurry, the next thing he loses could be his life. Running from enemies he's never met and haunted by his own destructive actions, Conor needs a refuge secure enough to hold his secrets. A farmhouse inn tucked amidst the green mountains of Vermont seems ideal, but when his past catches up with him, Conor discovers the beautiful young innkeeper has secrets of her own, and that hers are more likely to get them both kill... more
  • Deceptive Cadence: The Conor McBride Series, Book 1 (The Virtuosic Spy)

    by Kathryn Guare
    For the Irish, family is everything, but Conor McBride thought his loyalty had reached its limit. He’d spent years trying to undo the damage of a betrayal that humiliated him, ended his career, and nearly landed him in prison for a crime he never committed. The man responsible for it all disappeared long ago. Conor never thought of searching for him, but now a secretive stranger from London has traveled to his farm in the west of Ireland asking him to do exactly that. Wanting to refuse but kno... more
  • Rocky Mountain Noir

    by Matt McAvoy

    It's going to take a lot to raise Jack Hammer's head out of the puddle of horse-piss draft beer he's drowning his sorrows in. A right-wing plot to regress humanity to Neanderthals in order to ensure a conservative dynasty is just the thing. Especially when fourteen-year-old Thormeen Ormsby is kidnapped to use as a test case. Follow Canmore's premier dwarf detective as he and his crew battle the forces of evil.

  • Fish Farm

    by Matt McAvoy

    When Tyron collapsed it took Jack’s career and his pension with it. He just knew, deep inside, that the company’s demise was orchestrated by the CEO, James Wheeler and that Wheeler had made off with millions. The thirst for revenge boiled incessantly in Jack’s belly until he finally came up with his vengeful scheme and the courage to carry it out!

  • Kaiyo the Lost Nation

    by Cliff Cochran
    Kaiyo - The Lost Nation is the first book in a series which is certain to leave you wanting more. Fast-paced and filled with intense action scenes, there's never a dull moment reading this book. The story is told in first person through the eyes of each McLeod - Sam, Susan, Libby, Dean, and Grace - and the unknown hunter called the Tracker. This, coupled with intensely descriptive battle scenes, draws you, the reader, into the story until you live each moment vividly and empathize with the chara... more
  • Granjy's Eyes

    by Matt McAvoy

    Meet Ollie. 

    Well-educated and spoilt - a rich kid, fun-loving party-goer and brutal sociopath. Ruthlessly arrogant Ollie takes what he wants, when he wants it. But Ollie's going to learn, the hard way, that for every action there's a consequence, and for every bounty a price. 
    Granjy's terrifying eyes see Ollie like no-one else can; the blind old lady spoilt him rotten-to-the-core, and now his payment is due - Ollie... more

  • Clouds

    by Matt McAvoy

    Imagine you're falling; flipping over and over through the sky - not in a dream, but in startling reality. A loud bang then nothing... nothing but the wind rushing past you and the sound of your own terrified screaming. You pray, desperately pray for salvation - death, madness, or a miracle in that welcoming bed of clouds. 

    Scream and pray - you have nothing else.

  • Ponckhockie Union

    by Brent Robison
    Benedict Arnold Rose is a documentary filmmaker in a troubled marriage. His history-focused life is suddenly derailed by shadowy assassins with multiple identities, indoctrination in a dark cell, seduction, betrayal, the finality of fire, and the unexpected kindness of a stranger. He must journey within, but what is real? And who is asking? Coincidence and paradox abound as Rose negotiates his passage into a new life…but the questions without answers still remain.
  • Hyperion's Fracture

    by Thomas Kelso
    Tragedy strikes America’s darling three-year-old Thoroughbred, Hyperion, when he’s injured in a Kentucky Derby qualifying race. Drs. Mark Thurman and Claire Hodgson are asked to treat his broken limb using their revolutionary fracture-healing methods, but when other experimental subjects begin developing life-threatening complications, the rescue project halts. Then a serendipitous discovery suggests a miraculous new drug made from a rare plant source may cure the problems. Claire travels to a r... more

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