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Mystery/Thriller

  • Stalker, My Love

    by Zack Scott
    When Rosalyn Ray vanishes from her small town, her stalker sets out to find her.
  • UNKNOWN HEART

    by a.t. berrgan
    This story is about a doctor, a heart surgery specialist, who's life turns into hell after an incidence that occurs when he was flying back from France to Indiana. There is another doctor from China, hiding in Paris, escaping away from his nightmares. The writer takes you on a journey through America's madhouses, where terrible and terrifying stories took place; stories about the strangest serial killers deemed mad. You will find, in this story, an ambitious detective inventing a new way to r... more
  • EL DRACO'S TREASURE

    by Michael D. Urban
    El Draco’s Treasure is an action-packed adventure about the discovery of lost gold, silver and jewels in the jungle of Panama. In 1573 the English explorer, pirate and favorite of Queen Elizabeth I, Sir Francis Drake, hijacked a Spanish mule train as it crossed the Camino Real in Panama, laden with the stolen wealth of the Inca Empire. Drake, known as El Draco to his enemies, buried the plunder in the jungle. Four hundred years later, a diverse band of teenage boys hikes across the Isthmus of Pa... more
  • IRONSIDES' PERIL

    by Michael D. Urban
    July 4th, Independence Day. Boston is under attack. A trail of burning ships and downed jet aircraft litters the harbor. U.S.S. Constitution has been hijacked by a ruthless band of international terrorists. A former president of the United States, the current vice president, and the secretary of the Navy are onboard together with the ship’s crew and other hostages. Unfortunately for the terrorists, so is Zach Colt. And he’s spoiling for a fight. Now it’s time to take “Old Ironsides” back... more
  • DRAKE'S COFFIN

    by Michael D. Urban
    Drake's Coffin is the rousing adventure tale of a search for lost treasure in the jungle of Panama. It features rich history, exotic locales, fascinating characters and rapid-fire action. Four hundred years ago the English adventurer Sir Francis Drake stole it from the Spanish and buried it in the jungles of Panama. Thirty years ago an unsuspecting group of teenage boys stumbled upon it in a night of violent death that would change their lives forever. Now, they've come back for Drake's legendar... more
  • Daisy in Exile (Daisy Tannenbaum)

    by J. T. Allen
    Twelve-year old Daisy Tannenbaum gets expelled from school for punching a bully and sent to live in Paris with her Aunt Millicent, who teaches math at The Embassy School. Terrible at math, with a chip on her shoulder the size of New Jersey, Daisy arrives to find her enigmatic Aunt Mill moonlighting as a cryptographer, working to decipher an antique code used by Louis XVI’s secret service during their covert operation to recover the infamous Queen’s Diamonds from Comtesse de la Motte. Faster than... more
  • Waking Lazarus

    by D.J. Williams
    “A captivating visual story with a colorful narrative. Once I started reading, it was hard to put down.” Peter Anderson, Oscar Winner, Cinematographer A fast-paced thriller packed with page-turning twists, Waking Lazarus proves beyond a doubt that D.J. Williams is an exciting, fresh voice in international mystery and suspense. Homeland meets Bourne in this inventive and complex story of epic global adventure. Jake Harris’ life hasn’t turned out the way he planned. Battling his addictions,... more
  • Sanctuary: A Legacy of Memories

    by T.M. Brown
    SANCTUARY introduces newly retired publishing executive, Theo Phillips, and his wife, Liddy, to the time-lost South Georgia town of Shiloh. They leave the shadows of Atlanta and move into a quaint home of notoriety. While making new friends, they discover twenty-first-century challenges threaten the town’s laid-back lifestyle. Theo’s interest in a memorial launches him into investigating tragic events that have left Shiloh unsettled. Theo and Liddy’s retirement dreams take a turn that could unra... more
  • Jukebox

    by Saira Viola
    Nick Stringer is a rookie lawyer but what he really wants is to run his own record label. His dream seems one step closer when old family friend and businessman Mel Greenberg offers to bankroll him. Avery Cross is a junior reporter desperately searching for the story that’s going to make her name. Avery thinks there’s more to Mel Greenberg than meets the eye and that uncovering the truth about him might just be her ticket to the big time. Nick, Mel and Avery’s lives converge against the ba... more
  • The Last Train (Detective Hiroshi Series Book 1)

    by Michael Pronko
    Detective Hiroshi Shimizu investigates white collar crime in Tokyo. He’s lost his girlfriend and still dreams of his time studying in America, but with a stable job, his own office and a half-empty apartment, he’s settled in. When an American businessman turns up dead, his mentor Takamatsu calls him out to the site of a grisly murder. A glimpse from a security camera video suggests the killer was a woman, but in Japan, that seems unlikely. Hiroshi quickly learns how close homicide and suicid... more
  • Whispers in Time - Green Lady Inn book two

    by Brenda M. Spalding
    The Green lady Inn in Salem Massachusetts is not quite ready for business when guests start to appear at its door. Megan is getting a feeling that something bad is about to happen as she twists the Claddagh Ring on her finger that she received upon the death of her grandmother. Added to her visions, she is hearing strange messages and knows that danger is lurking. Her gift is getting stronger and she needs to learn more about how to control it, if she can. A valuable painting goes missi... more
  • The Coffins

    by Deborah Dunn
    Andrea Warren, a young archaeologist with Native American roots, sets out on a journey to the Outer Banks of North Carolina hoping to unearth the truth about her estranged father, an archaeologist who took his own life when she was a child. But when she inherits an old trunk that once belonged to him and discovers his field journals and some picture of old coffins with the Elizabethan cross carved on top, strange things begin to happen. Dreams, visions, and voices from the past seem to be w... more
  • Gadgets

    by PAT KRAPF
    Meet The Carver—Albuquerque’s most brutal serial killer. Only one person can end his carnage—Darcy McClain. That is, if he doesn’t kill her next. Since her parents’ deaths, former FBI Special Agent Darcy McClain has leaned on lifelong friend Randolph Colton, but now he has his own battle to fight. Severe cuts in the government’s defense budget have forced his company, Colton Aerospace, to downsize. On the verge of bankruptcy, Randolph learns Capitol Hill has awarded his firm a contract to ma... more
  • Uncle Neddy's Funeral

    by L.M. Pampuro
    Giuseppe Vittorio Vaffanculo, a.k.a. Neddy, is an idiot. Not a bad person, he just holds himself in high praise. Neddy is the perfect target for Rayleigh O’Connor, member of the underworld organization The Shadow and soon to be Ms. Neddy number five. As part of the Vaffanculo-Cuzzuto clan, Neddy is the perfect mark Rayleigh needs to avenge the death of a comrade by killing Victor Cuzzuto. All Victor Cuzzuto wants to do is finally retire to the beach, spend time with his family, and hand over th... more
  • Tangible Spirits

    by Becki Willis

    Dead is dead. Gera Stapleton does not believe in ghosts.

    In the infamous town of Jerome, Arizona, a once-friendly ghost named Mac has reportedly embarked on a petty crime spree, and, to her dismay, Gera is assigned the story. Has her journalism career come down to this? How can she accurately report a story on something she does not believe exists?

    Now there has been a murder, and the townspeople are content to blame Mac for this, too. Determined to find the real killer—beca... more

  • Sacrificial Lam

    by Gary Guinn

    When English professor Lam Corso receives a death threat at work, he laughs it off. A liberal activist teaching at a small Southern conservative college, he's used to stirring up controversy on campus. It's just part of the give and take of life. Even when violently attacked, Lam is convinced it has to be a mistake. He can't imagine anyone who would want to kill him for his beliefs.

    When his home is broken into and his wife's business vandalized, Lam is forced to face fa... more

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