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Mystery/Thriller

  • Drawer #7

    by Jeff Wade

    “I don’t enjoy violence. I’m just—” She shrugged. “—good at it.”

    She comes to life in a place she’d never have more

  • Hunted

    by Darcy Coates

    Her disappearance wasn't an accident.

    Her rescue will be a mistake. Twenty-two-year-old Eileen goes missing while hiking in the remote Ashlough Forest. Five days later, her camera is discovered washed downriver, containing bizarre photos taken after her disappearance.

    Chris wants to believe his sister is still alive. When the police search is abandoned, he and four of his friends create their own search party to scour the mountain range. As they stray further... more

  • Resolve

    by RS Kee
    Elesin Vollan is embarking on a new chapter in his life. Along with his lover, Christian, they begin to map out their future, which includes new music, a new home, and an expanding family. Soon, their plans are halted as Elesin?s past comes back to torment him. Richard returns with a vengeance and will stop at nothing to ruin the young pop star?s life. Will Elesin endure his encounter with a crazed ex? Or will this be the end of the Elesin Vollan story?
  • Pistachio

    by Jeanie Doyle Singler
    Set near Tacoma, Washington, forty-five years after the rock group PISTACHIO ended, members of the group are dying unexplained deaths. Should they all die within a short time of one another? Coincidence or murder? Wharton Forde?s uncle is under police investigation regarding the death of his wife, a member of PISTACHIO. He requested Wharton?s help in defense. Atlanta Gabriel?s cousin, lead singer for PISTACHIO, is coming from England to visit. Is he putting his life in danger? Years ago Wharton ... more
  • The Baker

    by Nathan Burrows
    That artisan bread roll you’re having for lunch? How fresh do you think it really is? The Food Standards Agency’s most unfortunate inspector, Emily Underwood, is finally doing okay at work. Apart from finding the odd dead customer in a kebab shop that is. When she has an expected brush with a Bishop, things start to go downhill fast. Rupert Graves is the leader of the smallest cult in East Anglia. Although his motley crew of militant vegetarians are primarily focused on sex and drugs, they... more
  • The Butcher

    by Nathan Burrows
    Remember that nice joint of pork you devoured for your Sunday lunch? Well, what if it wasn't pork...? Emily Underwood has just started work as an inspector for the Environment Agency. As the new girl, she’s struggling hard to find her feet, and one or two minor disasters don’t help. From machete-wielding restaurant owners to rioting football fans, her first few months don’t go as expected. Then she meets two lovely gentlemen from the country.. Frank is a butcher, and Tom runs a small pig f... more
  • Blind Justice: A legal thriller.

    by Nathan Burrows

    An innocent man sent to prison for life. A lawyer gives him a second chance. Can they overcome an unfair system to clear his name?

    Gareth Dawson is innocent. He's not a murderer. His main problem is that the British justice system doesn’t agree with him. He might be a reformed thief guilty of many things in his past, but not murder. In the space of a few short months, Gareth has gone from being married to the woman of his dreams to facing a life sentence. Ins... more

  • The Memori Project: A Josh Heller Thriller (Josh Heller #1)

    by Martin Ashwell
    Josh Heller left the CIA under a cloud; now he finally has a chance to wipe the slate clean. Returning for one more mission, he agrees to unearth the truth behind Simon Scott’s series of mysterious neuroscience experiments. As the frightening reality of the Memori Project comes into focus Heller confronts a stark choice: produce the hard evidence needed to seal Scott's fate, or save the one person he has grown close to. Whichever path he takes, lives are on the line—including his own.
  • The Rebel of Goza

    by Steven F. Freeman
    A murder. A Kidnapping. And a warrior rising up where you least expect it. Hoping to add some excitement to her small-town life, Gabriela Goza attempts to re-start the family tequila business. But she gets more than she bargained for when she discovers narcos from Mexico’s most notorious drug cartel are using her family’s abandoned factory to move their product. With the cartel’s murder victims piling up and police on the drug dealers’ payroll, Gaby must summon all her street smarts i... more
  • The Sail

    by Landon Beach

    As a picturesque and perfect summer arrives in Michigan, a father and son prepare to sail around Lake Superior, one of the largest freshwater lakes in the world. It is a trip three years in the making and filled with planned stops for wreck diving, camping, and hiking. The water is deep, the wind is just right, and the sunsets are sublime.

    However, there is also a reason that the majority of the Superior coastline is referred to as remote. When you are far away from home and help, you o... more

  • The Wreck

    by Landon Beach

    Nate and Brooke Martin arrive at their summer cottage ready to relax and rekindle their relationship. The beach is warm, the water is cool, and the sea breeze is blissful--just another perfect summer in Hampstead, Michigan filled with wine, bonfires, and beach reading.

    Then, on a morning stroll along the beach, Nate finds something half-buried in the sand that turns their quiet vacation into a dangerous unraveling of the past. And the key to solving the mystery may lie within Abner Hutc... more

  • Brewer's Odyssey

    by Michael Corrigan
    Brief Synopsis of Brewer’s Odyssey: Popular writer, Thomas Brewer, 40, finds himself in a plot not unlike his Gothic novels. A nightmare predicts a terrorist attack, and when it happens and Brewer survives, his assumed psychic abilities draw the interest of a CIA agent, Jeffrey Peterson. When Harriet Miller, Brewer’s English-African literary agent and former lover, is indirectly inked to a terrorist plot involving the Vatican, Brewer inadvertently implicates the Middle-Eastern father of Harri... more
  • The Twisted Road Ahead: An Anthology of Short Stories

    by John D. Ottini

    Our journey through life rarely follows a straight and narrow path. The road is filled with unexpected twists and turns and sometimes things are not as they seem. In The Twisted Road Ahead, John D. Ottini leads us on an excursion through eight suspenseful tales, each filled with joy, heartache, mystery, intrigue and a pinch of humor.

  • Brewer's Odyssey

    by Michael Corrigan
    Popular writer, Thomas Brewer, 40, finds himself in a plot not unlike his Gothic novels. A nightmare predicts a terrorist attack, and when it happens and Brewer survives, his assumed psychic abilities draw the interest of a CIA agent, Jeffrey Peterson. When Harriet Miller, Brewer’s English-African literary agent and former lover, is indirectly inked to a terrorist plot involving the Vatican, Brewer inadvertently implicates the Middle-Eastern father of Harriet Miller’s infant daughter. The subseq... more
  • Butterfly Hill (A Matthys Rossouw Pursuit)

    by Brendan Le Grange
    A psychopath with mother issues. A policeman with his career on the line. A beautiful agent with unclear allegiances. And an ancient organisation guarding a secret that could get them all killed. Hiko Shimuzu is not a nice man, but he is ingenious. Is he ingenious enough to find a lost artefact capable of catalysing a revolution in China? Maybe. And that's close enough to draw the attention of powerful forces that won't hesitate to kill to keep their secrets safe. Meanwhile, Matthys Rossouw i... more

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