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Mystery/Thriller

  • A THOUSAND ENEMIES

    by M. A. Richards
    A THOUSAND ENEMIES: GREED, BETRAYAL, AND VENGEANCE A Central Intelligence Agency spymaster blackmails a former deep cover operative into assassinating the future Secretary of State. A Mossad killer hunts a Palestinian suicide bomber bent on detonating a dirty bomb in New York’s Grand Central Terminal. An Iranian scientist creates miniaturized nuclear devices to destroy the Jewish, Christian, and Muslim holy sites of Jerusalem. A THOUSAND ENEMIES: The Second Nathan Monsarrat Thrill... more
  • CHOICE OF ENEMIES

    by M. A. Richards
    Light sweet crude is the mother’s milk of the Niger Delta. As the price for each barrel of oil rises on the international markets and the stakes for securing the black gold increase, a consortium of American oil companies and the Central Intelligence Agency plot to secure the flow of the crude. In Africa, though, plans unravel as quickly as cheap socks, and promises between partners have the lifespan of a mayfly. Nathan, a retired Central Intelligence Agency deep cover operative, now a ... more
  • A Long Ways from Home

    by Mike Martin
    “A weekend visit to picturesque Newfoundland by a large crew of outlaw bikers leaves behind another mess for Sgt. Windflower to clean up. This time he’s facing violence, murder, mystery and intrigue. This adventure has Windflower questioning everything he thought he knew. There are troubles on the home front, cutbacks in the policing budget, old friends leaving and new ones not quite here yet. Windflower is seeking to find answers in territory that is both dangerous and unfamiliar. This instal... more
  • No Pit So Deep: The Cody Musket Story: Book 1

    by James Nathaniel Miller II
    Imagine you are a single mom walking into a theater alone on a rainy night, when three armed men attempt to abduct you. Imagine closing your eyes to say a desperate prayer, then opening them again to behold a stranger standing before you, a man with piercing blue eyes, a gray countenance, and growling voice, who brings swift justice down upon your attackers. Then, imagine learning that your defender is Cody Musket, Houston Astros third baseman and a decorated US Marine who has arrived at the t... more
  • Deadly Conviction

    by Peter McPhie
    A young boy sees his father taken by gunmen from his home, never to be seen again. He lives with never answered questions about what happened to his father and why. But twenty years later he is an FBI agent, married with a young son, and the terrible past has finally lost its grip. Until one day...it comes back. In a chilling revelation by an unexpected source, he learns what happened all those years ago. But the circumstances are so extraordinary, he is compelled to work alone against his fath... more
  • King Daniel

    by Susan Wolf Johnson
    The tumultuous summer of 1972 serves as the backdrop to this fast paced story of a prominent Tampa family and their patriarch, Daniel Westcott. As the novel begins, Daniel, the newly crowned king of Gasparilla, Tampa’s unique version of Mardi Gras, mysteriously misses his own grand Queen’s Party. From there, a brilliant plot unfolds and reveals emotional family twists and turns as this southern town launches a search for their missing king. The reader enters Tampa Bay and smells the roses, tas... more
  • 978-1-63393-338-5

    by Kevin E. Hatt
    When asked to look into the death of a man in a town known for pagan connections, Haszard quickly makes progress, and it isn’t long before matters become dangerous. With little to work with, Haszard makes progress, yet the task is a daunting one, and not everyone he encounters is friendly. Collating interesting and significant information from various sources along the way, Haszard has to link factors linked with the past, and as he does so, he realizes that in order to save someone from certa... more
  • The Gambit

    by Brad Carlson
    Iran strikes at the US Navy in the Persian Gulf and at the domestic vulnerabilities of the United States after Israel has attacked and destroyed their nuclear program.
  • The Righteous and the Wicked

    by Derik Cavignano

    When Jacob Hanley discovers that the withered old man who died in his arms is really only thirty years old, the mystery of how he aged so quickly draws Jacob into the heart of a sinister plot.

    The founder of Symbios Innovations, Hans Streisser, has dedicated his life to the relentless pursuit of knowledge. Known by his followers as the Great Elder, he walks a blurred line between genius and madness and has graced his subjects with the most extraordinary discovery in the history of scien... more

  • Matthias

    by Jodi Auborn
    Ten-year-old Dylan is excited when his father inherits an old lighthouse and cottage in Maine. Dylan and his family get to live there all summer! He goes sailing on the bay, explores the small town down the road, and searches for a legendary pirate treasure that was said to be buried nearby. After mysterious things start happening at the cottage, Dylan meets Matthias, a gruff lighthouse keeper who had died in a storm one hundred years before. A ghost! Dylan is startled to find Matthias livin... more
  • Secrets of the North Country

    by Jodi Auborn

    Fourteen-year-old Kat's adventures continue in this sequel to Stormwind of the North Country, when a family friend, Jake is accused of a crime that he didn't commit and becomes a fugitive running from the law.

    Since Kat's father is working out of town for a month, her insufferable Aunt Betsy moves in. Meanwhile, Kat's friend, Randy, and brother, Dave, find Jake wounded in the forest. After hearing his story, they decide to help him hide from the police and their... more

  • Lost Lives (Emily Swanson Mystery Thrillers Book 1)

    by Malcolm Richards
    Sometimes the Missing are Not meant to be Found.. When troubled young teacher Emily Swanson runs away to London, she learns that she's not the only one with secrets. Finding a sinister painting left behind in her new apartment, she discovers that the former tenant is missing. But while some say the woman ran away from her violent husband, Emily is not so sure... Curiosity quickly turns into obsession as Emily's search for answers leads her across the city and into a dark and danger... more
  • The Dead Have Secrets: A John Powers Novel

    by Owen Parr
    Synopsis: The Dead Have Secrets Usually, former Delta Force soldier John Powers is delighted to hear from Casey McBride, the widow of John’s brother-in-arms Braden and mother of John’s five-year-old godson Ian. But Casey is calling because she has just killed two of three intruders to her Boulder, Colorado home. And when John hears that Ian, under hypnosis to find a cure for his acute aqua phobia, has claimed to be the reincarnation of an assassinated U.S. senator, he tells Casey to get out of ... more
  • Harris Estate: some secrets can't be buried...

    by Stacey Cotter
    A family mystery unfolds deep in the heart of Texas as a grisly discovery is made in the farmhouse she has inherited. As the truth unravels so does the woman’s sense of identity and self. Leah Murphy arrives in the small town of Oakdale, Texas with the intention of selling the Harris Estate, a property left to her by her Uncle Kent Harris. She soon learns about hidden family secrets buried in the dark reaches of the decaying old farmhouse. The discovery on the property sparks an investigat... more
  • The Memory Box

    by Eva Natiello
    What if you Googled yourself and discovered something shocking? In this gripping psychological thriller, Caroline Thompson Googles herself and discovers the shocking details of a past she doesn't remember. In this fast-paced suspense, a group of privileged suburban moms amuse themselves by Googling everyone in town, digging up dirt to fuel thorny gossip. Caroline Thompson, devoted mother of two, sticks to the moral high ground and attempts to avoid these women. She's relieved to hear her ... more
  • Secrets Worth Killing For - A Founding Fathers Mystery

    by Jamison Borek
    Bridget LeClair was a mere housemaid after all, so when she died of the yellow fever in the fall of 1797, no one paid very much attention – not, that is, until suspicions emerged as to how she really died, and Thomas Jefferson was accused of killing her. Jefferson had secrets worth killing for, to be sure – his affair with his slave Sally Hemmings and his role (if the rumors were true) in Senator Blount’s treasonous conspiracy. He wasn’t the only one with dangerous secrets to hide, however. Poo... more

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