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  • The Ransom Drop

    by Rob Phayre
    When an oil tanker is hijacked by a novice band of Somali pirates, it's a near impossible problem to solve in one of the most remote and dangerous places on earth. A team of negotiators, security and maritime experts are called in with one job to do, save the lives of the crew. Can this 'A-team' of experts do so? Can they prevent a massive environmental disaster, rescue the ship and its hundred million dollar cargo? There are reputations to be made, or lost... The Ransom Drop, a true to ... more
  • The Japson Club

    by C.J. Butler
    How had she gone so astray? Six months ago she had been a slightly lonely but perfectly respectable young woman; now, mired in scandal, illicitly involved with a married man, she was three sheets to the wind at the wheel of her car, driving away from a criminal with whom she had spent the night drinking... When successful high flyer Anna joins the exclusive equestrian club of Rosemount, simple fun is all she craves; away from her stressful London career and any memory of her stifling ex. But spa... more
  • Healing House

    by Nicole Plumridge
    After the death of Sophie's fiancé, she finds that living her old life is impossible. She decides to leave the comfort of her home in London to live in a cottage along the haunting cliffs of Dover. However, shortly after her arrival, Sophie finds that she has become intertwined in a dark mystery centering around the sinister past of the house she has just moved into. In order to solve the mystery surrounding her house, Sophie has to go on a journey through time. With the help of the previous... more
  • A Slow Ruin

    by Pamela Crane

    April 1910. Women’s rights activist Alvera Fields mysteriously vanishes from her home one night, leaving her newborn baby and husband behind, the case never solved.

    April 2021. On the anniversary of her great-great-grandmother’s disappearance, Alvera’s namesake Vera Portman vanishes in an eerily similar manner.

    Six months later, the police recover a girl’s body. While the family waits in the horror of finding out if it&... more

  • Twenty-Twenty Hindsight

    by Tim Hind
    Recruited solely for his reputation in cyber intelligence, Luke Frankland is meant to lend his name to a cyber start-up venture, host clients and build up the sales value of the fledgling company. However, when he is targeted by a new type of social engineering he quickly realises that all is not as it seems in the high-tech world of commercial intelligence gathering. Thrust into an environment where corporate advantage means multi-million dollar contracts, he discovers that some within the firm... more
  • Electric Green Mambas

    by Bryan Cassiday
    In this terrifying psychological thriller with occult overtones, Scott Brody, a Los Angeles PI, is hired by Evelyn Martin to find her missing brother Tyler Keogh, a well-to-do aeronautical engineer and a member of the local Mensa board of directors. As Brody conducts his search, he keeps discovering victims of a serial killer who leaves clues connecting the murders to a hopped-up cult that collects Nazi SS Totenkopf memorabilia and worships Li Grande Zombi, a voodoo snake god. Fearing Keogh mi... more
  • The Prophet Paradox

    by Danny Tuttle
    Is anyone free? Or do we see only what we want to see? And than how can love be stronger than destiny? Biblical scholar Anne Hart is lost. Again. In a rural Egyptian village, she tries to save a woman from a public lashing ordered by a local sharia tribunal of elders. The police chief orders Anne to be abandoned in the Qattara Depression, the worst hell hole in the Sahara Desert. With no food or water and weeks of desert in every direction, Anne makes a discovery that can change the world. Bu... more
  • The Devil's Shadow

    by BJ Edwards
    In a vault beneath the Mediterranean Sea, a creature from myth and folklore sleeps. Government agents David Coswell and Hannah Martin join forces to find and study the creature with the hopes of harnessing its power for their country’s good. Accidentally, they release the creature and London is plunged into chaos. Lawlessness and hedonism spread as Lord of the Flies regains his strength and uses violence and fear to build his new kingdom. David Coswell, along with his ‘handler’ Sentinel Nutbeam,... more
  • Iconoclast: A Sean McPherson Novel, Book Two

    by Laurie Buchanan
    Burdened by the pressing weight of survivor’s guilt, Sean McPherson, an ex-cop, is desperate for redemption. At Pines & Quill, a writer’s retreat in the Pacific Northwest, he and his fiancée, Emma Benton, are planning their lives together. He wants to go back into law enforcement. She plans to walk again. Georgio “The Bull” Gambino, head of a Seattle-based crime family, has a long reach. Like cockroaches, his minions infiltrate the most inaccessible places to do his bidding. With Seattle... more
  • Now Say You're Sorry: A Reese Clayton and Emerson Lake Novel

    by Barbara Fournier
  • The Virtuous Con

    by Maren Foster
    What would you do if the unspeakable happened to you? This is the question that haunts Wyn Laurent after something precious is taken from her in a most unforgiveable way. Years before the #MeToo movement gained momentum and the unravelling of a Hollywood mogul, Wyn Laurent—a teenaged Millennial from the Chicago suburbs raised by her single mom and older sister—faces a difficult choice: take her chances on the criminal justice system, or take matters into her own hands. Married and living in a we... more
  • A Death Most Quiet

    by Jeff Hahn
    A Death Most Quiet details the riveting criminal investigations of Captain Edward McCuen as he leads the NYPD’s Crime Scene Unit on a relentless pursuit of three elusive serial killers. With the help of his team, McCuen follows a trail of mysterious murders alongside an eccentric mathematician named Anselm Winterbottom, who McCuen has secretly leveraged as an investigatory consultant. The two men have a turbulent friendship, and it soon becomes clear that Winterbottom’s ultimate aim is far from ... more
  • Iceapelago 2091

    by Peter Brennan
    It’s thirty years since the collapse of the Gulf Stream and the arrival of the tsunamis from La Palma and the Eriador Ridge off Ireland’s Continental Shelf that created Iceapelago; thirty islands that were once Ireland. The survivors struggle in pre-medieval conditions to secure food and medicines ahead of Winter Day when tundra conditions lock down Iceapelago for months on end. The Commander, the titular head of Iceapelago, tries his best to manage rising dissent and dissatisfaction. He is supp... more
  • Unravelling

    by Helen Forbes

    Incarcerated in the gloom of a Highland asylum, a young mother finds illicit love. And death.

    Kate Sharp’s family is a mystery. Her mother, Ellen, disappeared into the shadows of Craig Dunain psychiatric hospital when Kate was a child. When her grandmother dies, Kate is desperate for answers. What were the circumstances of her mother’s life and death? Who is her father?

    Kate’s not the only one trying to uncover ... more

  • Lover Girl

    by Stephen Kronwith
    In a novel filled with comedy, romance and edge-of-your-seat suspense, a legendary, retired hitman and a younger, ambivalent assassin who has just discovered a long-buried family secret, join forces to rescue a kidnapped child, while they, themselves, are being hunted by a third, sadistic predator––with orders to kill them both.
  • Clarity Through Chaos

    by RA Ferrell
    This all-American family is about to go up in flames. In Stella’s life, everything is going along pretty well. She has a great new house, a good-looking husband, and a baseball-loving teenage son. Life is busy, but whose isn’t? She is thinking maybe her marriage is feeling a bit stale. Stella’s life is about to get exciting and not in the way she had hoped for.