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Mystery/Thriller

  • Eyes Don't Lie

    by Crystal Mason

    Curly haired brunettes with blue eyes are the only women that seem to capture Keith’s attention. But is it really their appearance that attracts him or something sinister? Keith, a broken soul, who’s battling between good and evil, goes about his days trying to fight his evil urges. But because of a demonic stronghold, in most instances good loses the battle to evil. Affected by the pain and hurt of his childhood, he now seeks out the love he didn’t receive as a child. But w... more

  • The Folly Under the Lake

    by Salema Nazzal
    Set in the early 1930s at a country house in Surrey. Witton Park is owned by crooked, multi-millionaire, oil speculator Walter Sinnet and he lives there with his wife Blanche and their two adult children Harry and Rose. Harry is a good-natured bookworm who spends most of his time in the library, and has nothing in common with his father who wants him to work in the family company. His sister Rose, fun but feisty, wants some excitement in her life. Walter has become a multi-millionaire by swi... more
  • Just Like Jesse James

    by Tim McGregor
    Attending a funeral, 18-year-old Lee and his three cousins learn that their late grandfather believed a treasure was buried on the family farm, hidden there by none other than Jesse James himself. Obsessed with the legend, he spent years digging for it but died before completing his search. Convinced that the old man was onto something, the cousins take up the treasure hunt themselves. But what starts off as a lark soon turns deadly when their shovels hit something solid.
  • The Reading Buddy

    by Bryce Gibson
    A SET OF keys jangled in my hand. The keys were my lifeline. One of them would be what saved the day. I held onto them as tightly as I could. I was being followed. The man running behind me was my stepdad, Morris Heyward. He was holding an axe. AFTER THE DEATHS of his best friend and stepdad, seventeen-year-old Blake Thomas can’t escape the memories of that night…the screams…the blood…the axe. Now, Blake suffers from social anxiety and making friends at his new home seems impossible. Wi... more
  • The Rabbit Skinners

    by John Eidswick

    Herculean FBI agent James Strait, hailed as a national hero for stopping a terrorist attack, is forced into a life of disability by a rare disease, Until a child asks him to use his skills to find her missing friend.

    Nine-year-old Jophia Williams vanishes on a lonely country road, leaving behind only a headless teddy bear. Strait discovers the “murder” scene was faked and that other African-American children have also gone missing. As he chases down clues revealing an underw... more

  • Evidence Of Love

    by mark stevens
    A 27-year old beautiful career woman -- enmeshed in an affair with a 55-year old Manhattan business executive -- learns of the homicide of her mother, a power doc to the Hollywood community. Evidence Of Love is a thrilling romantic mystery of love, deceit, deception, death, wealth, lust and the age old pursuit of youth.
  • The Spider's Banquet

    by Julius Falconer
    A young woman goes to an isolated Warwickshire monastery to visit her brother, who is a monk there. Her sister drops her off at the door. The girl meets her brother in the parlour; they say goodbye and part; and she is never seen again. A search of the buildings and grounds finally reveals her body buried in a shallow grave in the monastery cemetery. The monks, however, have a cast-iron alibi: they were all in chapel at the time of her death. Then the abbot receives a mysterious telephone-call. ... more
  • Dead Man Launch

    by John J. Gobbell
    Global upheaval seemed the norm in 1968. The war in Southeast Asia rages along with prolonged civil unrest at home. During this, turncoat Navy Warrant Officer JOHNNIE WALKER begins an extended relationship with the Soviet Union by selling top-secret crypto key lists. This prompts the Soviets to order their friends, the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK), to seize the USS Pueblo (AGER 2) steaming in international waters off the coast of North Korea. The Pueblo carries the KWR ... more
  • The Killing Ploy

    by Steve Haberman
    Several years after 9/11. Pablo de Silva, mother, a tennis champion; father, a wealthy, but now bankrupt Swiss hotelier, walks into the American embassy in Switzerland and volunteers to work for the CIA. Accepted, he does admirable work for them. Then tragedy strikes, devastating him. He becomes yesterday's man, mostly written off. Except by his CIA mentor, who gives him a second chance. Liaise with the FBI to see if the murders of two top defense contractors for the American military... more
  • Untethered

    by John Bowie

    Whilst on witness protection, in 90s Bristol, John gets so bored, drunk and mad in the life handed to him, he creates an identity more interesting; re-inventing himself as a Private Investigator. With his first case handed to him on a plate from a neighbour to find the original femme fatale, Cherry, he needs to draw on the darkest recesses of his past to survive the present and question what it is to have an identity in the first place. Using every piece of what he can from what he is, was an... more

  • The Consequence of War

    by Brian Oldham
    Elijah McCoy was trained to kill. It's been two years since he returned from the war in Afghanistan, yet he still can't find peace. His only solace comes from being a vigilante, using his skills to brutally put down abusers, stalkers, and worse. But when he kills a member of a ruthless biker gang, Elijah is thrown back into a war zone that threatens to destroy him and those trying to save him. As the violence escalates, he draws attention from not only the police but also demonic forces who seek... more
  • Dark Corners

    by Elaine Raco Chase
    Exciting Explicit Extraterrestrial? Dark Corners (Roman Cantrell-Nikki Holden Mystery II) All over south Florida people are seeing things – things that can't be real – or can they? Nikki Holden's boss gives her the most bizarre assignment of her career. More than 200 solid citizens have reported sightings and contacts with UFO's! Soon she's on the trail with help from the University of Tennessee Space Institute & the Air Force! Roman Cantrell comes to the aide of an old Army budd... more
  • Dangerous Places

    by Elaine Raco Chase
    The 7 Deadly Sins have never been so - Deadly! Or so much fun! Meet Nikki Holden - she may know 140 characters but social media is not her venue. She's an investigative reporter with more enemies than friends - and her friends are very shady. She's on the trail of a stunning story at Pleasure Island. And she doesn't mind using her pick pocket talents or a well-aimed champagne cork or even a pair of 38's (boobs not guns) to get her story. She's tenacious, sarcastic and an ex-con. Meet Ro... more
  • Boone

    by Robin Cranney
    The smaller the town, the greater the danger… Sporty sixteen-year-old Hailey Johnston suspects her life is over when her recently divorced mother moves her and her little sister to Clearmont, Wyoming, a place so diminutive the locals still believe in a town ghost. The whistle-stop is a big change from the city Hailey’s used to, and while she knows she’ll miss big-game basketball, her real fear is that she won’t be accepted. Life looks more promising when she joins the local basketball team... more
  • Pages in the Wind

    by Sally Saylor-DeSmet
    Pages in the Wind reaches inside the mind Emily Quinn, a young girl damaged by trauma, abuse, and family secrets. The book opens with Emily detained at the San Francisco County Jail for the first degree murder of her father. An aging, world-famous psychiatrist is hired to help find mitigating factors to spare her from California’s death penalty. The novel re-winds the young girl’s life from the age of eight to nineteen. The eccentric doctor quickly becomes sympathetic to Emily and her horri... more
  • What Child Is This?

    by Alice K. Boatwright
    In WHAT CHILD IS THIS?, it is Christmas in Little Beecham . . . a season to celebrate with caroling, mistletoe, and mince pies. Newlywed American Ellie Kent is looking forward to her first English village Christmas, but a missing Oxford student and an abandoned baby soon draw her away from the fireside into danger. When a young woman is found dead on Boxing Day, Ellie comes to believe that these events may be linked through a group of teenage girls who identify with Shakespeare’s tragic Ophelia.... more

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