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Mystery/Thriller

  • Hot Water

    by JJ Shelley

    “A woman is like a tea bag –you can't tell how strong she is until you put her in hot water.” Eleanor Roosevelt.

    Sylvie Wolff, pampered suburban housewife and mother of two teenage daughters, wakes up one morning to discover that her husband has disappeared, the private school tuition hasn’t been paid, her Beemer is about to be repossessed and their elegant home is days from foreclosure. Forced to trade her opulent lifestyle for a fourth floor walkup in ... more

  • A Season of Sons

    by Rob Tucker

    A Season of Sons is a paranormal thriller of deception, illusion... and murder.

    The year is 2012. While investigating the heinous death of a prominent evangelist, FBI agent, Leon Safullo is unable to identify the killer through traditional methods of forensic analysis. Simultaneously, Leon learns of the sudden disappearance of Paul Evans, CEO of a major corporation.

    Leon is a pragmatic realist whose career is based on interpreting symptoms of aberrant human behavior. The killer co... more

  • Death in Trout Fork: Ryn Lowell Colorado Mysteries

    by D. M. O'Byrne
    Kathryn “Ryn” Lowell has escaped the stifling confines of her office at the New York travel magazine she writes for and pulls into Trout Fork, a tiny fishing hamlet in the Colorado Rockies, to write an article about the town. She hasn’t been there long when, out jogging with her orange tabby cat, Jack Kerouac, she discovers a T-shirt in the local creek that belonged to missing waitress. Now foul play is suspected, and Ryn, who has fallen for the quaint mountain town, is determined to find the ki... more
  • The Mountaintop Murders: Ryn Lowell Colorado Mysteries

    by D. M. O'Byrne
    Travel columnist, Ryn Lowell, has been away from Trout Fork, Colorado, for barely a month when a frantic call from Alma sends her hurrying back. One of the Trout Forkers is in jail for the murder of another of the locals. With Jack, her “traveling cat,” secured on her motorcycle, Ryn heads back to her home away from home and the people she has come to care for. Will Ryn be able to help solve the murder? Can she get her friend out of jail? And what about Detective Garrett Easterbrook? Why isn’... more
  • A Killing in Vail

    by D. M. O'Byrne
    Kathryn “Ryn” Lowell is settling into her new job as editor of the Pineland Park Star when she is shocked to read of the sudden death of a dear friend from her childhood. Shot while skiing near the posh town of Vail, Colorado, the young man’s death is ruled an unfortunate hunting accident by the Vail police. But something about the incident just doesn’t add up, and Ryn is determined to find the truth. But asking too many questions can be dangerous. Will Ryn be able to solve yet another murder? W... more
  • The Illusion of a Girl

    by LeeAnn Werner
    Perception is king, especially in a small Ohio town. Jessie Taylor seems like a normal 15-year-old girl, but she’s an illusion of what people expect her to be: a good girl, a smart girl, and most importantly, a girl from a respectable family. Her family may appear ordinary, even wholesome, but behind closed doors it’s an alcohol-soaked nightmare without reprieve. Jessie and her brother Brian, struggle bravely together as they fight to survive their violent father. Even the excitement of falli... more
  • The Ghosts of Notchey Creek

    by Liz S. Andrews
    It's almost Christmas in Notchey Creek, and whiskey distiller Harley Henrickson is busy mixing yuletide cocktails at her store, Smoky Mountain Spirits. There is snow on the ground, holiday music in the air, and wreathes on every lamppost. Everything seems perfect for the town’s biggest event of the year, the Small Town Christmas Festival. Even Harley’s pet pig, Matilda, is feeling festive, wearing the Elf on the Shelf costume Aunt Wilma bought for her. But not all is merry and bright in this lit... more
  • Good Evil

    by David Crawford
    Byron Jones, teacher and industrial chemist, has been recently widowed but having taken time-off to look after his dying wife, he's trying to get back into the workforce. However his attempts at restarting his careerer have him wandering down strange paths, mixing with strange people. In Australia Byron encounters those who claim to be CIA but the links with that organisation are at best tenuous. A chicken farm turns out to be a cover for a depot of chemical and biological weapons. Mercenary ... more
  • Schooled in Death

    by Wendy Milton
    When the body of Horace Radcliffe, headmaster of Eldersley College, is discovered on the morning of 23rd May, 1975, police are puzzled by the corpse's appearance. Clearly the headmaster has been murdered, but why did the murderer put a flower behind his ear and decorate his face with lipstick?
  • High Flying by Kaylin McFarren

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    Skylar Haines has struggled with personal demons most of her life, going to dark extremes to subdue anxieties rooted in her tragic past. On a perpetual hunt for the next adrenaline hit, she discovers a passion for flying and becomes a hard-edged stunt pilot, verging on obsession. In the sky, following her most daring airshow, she encounters a mysterious storm and almost collides with another aircraft, sending her into a perilous dive. Guided by a mysterious voice, she manages a safe landing but ... more
  • Jessie Golden Earth Series by Annelies George

    by CHICK LIT CAFE - TARGETED AUTHOR SERVICES

    Is life on Earth about to be changed? The answer can be found in the exciting Jessie Golden Earth Series written by Annelies George, a Dutch author. In the five books fiction series you can read what will happen if change will not come. Set in today’s business world in a variety of countries and exotic places the author has cleverly intertwined fiction with the reality of everyday life combined with the mystery of the unknown, relating to life ... more

  • Spent Identity

    by Marlene M. Bell
    A body, a disappearance, just another hot summer in upstate New York. It’s July when antiquities appraiser Annalisse Drury reaches her family’s small-town farm to consult with the trusted aunt who raised her. She learns that her beloved homestead—the one she expects to inherit—is for sale. While Annalisse reels at the betrayal and her shattered dreams, the Walker Farm ranch manager discovers a corpse in the barn. Officials close the suspected murder scene, and Annalisse seeks refuge with her a... more
  • Strategic Entanglements

    by D.E. Knightley

    On Terra, the empire of Basur calls the shots and everybody else gets into line. Almost everybody…

    The Askar get into line for no-one. They don’t seem to know when they’re beaten. Ruthless, indomitable, they are capable of anything. Like kidnapping a DSS officer for interrogation from the streets of Basur’s own capital.

    Kendra Veiss, the officer in question, should be dead. Instead, she walks out of an Askari black site without a scratch on her. That&rsquo... more

  • The House on Maple Street

    by Heidi Slowinski
    Excited for a fresh new start, Hillary Altman is about to begin her first semester of graduate school at small New England college. Ever the procrastinator, Hillary waits to the last minute to find housing. But fate smiles upon her, when she takes a room in a picturesque Victorian home, run as a boarding house. But Hillary quickly finds, that all is not as it seems at The House on Maple Street…
  • Spiral

    by Khaled Talib
    Laurence Turner, a pharmacist from Sydney, is wracked with guilt after his fiancé dies on a sailing trip. The tragedy is followed by yet another fatal incident when he dispenses the wrong medication to a customer. Laurence moves to the Clare Valley in South Australia for a fresh start, but when he stumbles across the dead body of a visiting American reporter, things take a turn for the worst. The case explodes into far more than Laurence could ever expect with the arrival of a beautiful Am... more
  • SPY CHASE

    by James Hayden

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