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Mystery/Thriller

  • The Midas Bomb (Detectives Chen and Castilblanco series Book 1)

    by Steven M. Moore
    The murders of an ER physician and a Navy SEAL in Manhattan only miles and minutes apart seem unrelated, but two homicide detectives discover a connection. As the strange cases merge and they chase down the killers, even with federal stonewalling, they uncover a terrorist plan to destroy two American icons and generate a financial crisis bigger than the Wall Street implosion of 2008. Hiding in the background are webs of international intrigue taken from today’s post-9/11 world.
  • Cluster Phuk

    by J.P. Wolfe
    For those who like action, drama, and suspense, with a side of humor, this crime thriller novel has it all. Part rescue mission, part espionage, Cluster Phuk draws tantalizing clues that twist, turn and intertwine with a rich cast of characters. Though set in a contemporary setting, this books is reminiscent of Film Noir.
  • The Origin Of Murder (Roger and Suzanne South American Mystery Series Book 8)

    by Jerold Last
    5-Star cruising all the way! Roger and Suzanne take a vacation cruise through the Galapagos Islands, retracing the path Charles Darwin sailed and walked more than 175 years ago. The body count increases almost as fast as the clues. From a reader review, “When a luxury cruise ship full of hard-to-predict ecotourists is confronted with a murdered passenger, survival of the fittest takes on a whole new meaning.” Series fans and new readers alike will enjoy this mystery novel, which can be read ... more
  • Rum, Cigars, and Corpses (Roger and Suzanne mystery series Book 13)

    by Jerold Last
    After more than half a century U.S. citizens can once again visit Cuba. What’s it like? Rum, Cigars, and Corpses, available from Amazon Kindle in both paperback and e-book formats, has the answer. This suspenseful mystery was inspired when the author and his wife recently took the same tour Roger and Suzanne join in the novel, so the setting is up to date and authentic. With a group full of suspicious tourists, the Cuban Intelligence Services, and a sprinkling of other spies and dangerous ch... more
  • Elvis the Gunslinger

    by Romey Connell
    In a feline rendition of the Old West, where cats ride dogs like horses, he stands at the intersection of James Bond and John Wayne. A suave, card-playing Catanova who loves fine wine and is a dead-eye with both pistol and rifle. Along with his trusty sidekick, he’s off to settle a score with a long-forgotten enemy – a crusty mobster who has catnapped the only son of a wealthy and admired captain of industry. Take a train across the landscape and then saddle up and ride into the hills to watc... more
  • The Hacker Chronicles

    by patrick oster
    The Hacker Chronicles Just west of Chicago’s Loop, a bronze marble monolith rises, housing a little known city agency that uses 10,000 connected surveillance cameras to watch everything and everyone in sight in an age of terrorism. Into this hidden world of cops, crime and computers, drops Aloysius Wachter, a hacker who becomes the improbable hero in this cyber-thriller. Nicknamed Vic, he’s a 25-year-old millennial, reared on video game tales of dungeons, dragons, heroes and damsels, whos... more
  • Remorse by Degree

    by Keith Julius
    Daniel Jameson was living the American Dream. With a secure job, a house in the suburbs, and a wife and two children, he seemed to have everything he ever desired out of life. His storybook existence is thrown into turmoil when he witnesses a tragic accident at his workplace. Following the event Daniel begins to question aspects of his life he had long taken for granted. He manages to become separated from his wife Becky and on his own, aimlessly adrift and uncertain of his future.... more
  • Taking Tom Murray Home

    by TJ Slee

    Bankrupt dairy farmer Tom Murray decides he’d rather sell off his herd and burn down his own house rather than hand them over to the bank. But something goes tragically wrong, and Tom dies in the blaze. His wife, Dawn, doesn’t want him to have died for nothing and decides to hold a funeral procession for Tom as a protest, driving 350km from Heywood to bury him in Melbourne where he was born. To make a bigger impact she agrees with some neighbours to put his coffin on a horse and c... more

  • Spirit Circle: A Story of Adventure & Shamanic Revelation

    by Hal Zina Bennett
    Tara Fairfield, an anthropologist at a small university, receives a mysterious package in the mail, apparently from her father, who has been missing for two years. Inside are a few potsherds and a human bone. The package is postmarked Gallup, New Mexico. Moved by the prospect that her father, a journalist, might still be alive, Tara sets off on an adventure that ultimately leads her deep into the back country of New Mexico and an ancient shamanic community where dark plots unfold and the disapp... more
  • The Release of Jonathan Flite

    by Matthew J. Beier

    Jonathan Flite wants to disappear. Apart from being Rhode Island’s infamous nurse killer about to walk free, he’s also facing more public scrutiny than ever before. The FBI has begun taking his connection to the long-lost Idle County Seven seriously, drawing links between people Jonathan claims to remember and last summer’s nuclear terrorist attack in Geneva, Switzerland. Furthermore, the perpetrator from last fall’s murders at Crescent Rehabilitation Center is still a... more

  • The Cult Breaker

    by C K Emmett
    Sally thought her sister had escaped the clutches of the cult she belonged to .. but then she disappears in the night. When the police are unable to help her, Sally turns to the only person who can - a beleaguered former "deprogrammer" called Alice.
  • Thirst for Murder

    by Debra Ison
    Sam and Sarah Richards take on a new mystery in this second novel of the three book series. Sarah's new writing assignment takes her to Kentucky bourbon country. The visit takes on dark overtones, however, as the couple stumble onto a dead body during their first distillery tour. Sarah immediately goes into investigative mode and Sam strives to keep his precocious wife out of harm's way. Their friend, Mac Osborne, returns as their ally to uncover the dangerous secrets behind the murder.
  • The Collection

    by Lance Charnes

    Four years ago, what Matt Friedrich learned at work put him in prison. Yesterday, it earned him a job. Tomorrow, it may kill him.

    Matt learned all the angles at his old Los Angeles gallery: how to sell stolen art, how to “enhance” a painting’s history, how to help buyers hide their purchases from their spouses or the IRS. He made a load of money doing it – money he poured into the lawyer who worked a plea deal with the U.S. Attorney. Matt’s... more

  • Fear the Darkness

    by A.A Schenna
    Amelia was struggling to remain calm, although she was sure there was something terrible going on. Soon, she would come face-to-face with the worst living nightmare.
  • Clock Zero

    by Nawar Alsaadi
    Clock Zero tells the story of Tom, a Millennial wasting his life chasing Likes on social media until he meets Daniel Drake, a mysterious man with a daring plan to free the world of its social media obsession. Tom is captivated by the premise of a new unplugged world, but is Daniel Drake the good Samaritan he claims to be? Clock Zero beautifully captures the existentialist struggle of this generation. A master stroke of wit and suspense, Clock Zero sheds light on the dark side of an always-con... more
  • Tale of the Tape: Two Unlikely Heroes Take Down the Dixie Mafia

    by Alan Ables
    By the 1980s, the Dixie Mafia was at the zenith of its power; its tentacles spread from New Orleans to State Department bureaucrats, Colombian drug cartels and around the world to the men just beginning to invent modern terrorism and trade in nuclear materials. Today’s headlines are only now exploring the depth of that corruption. Tale of the Tape takes historical events – CIA-sanctioned drugs-for-guns trade in Central America, a Soviet "sailor" returned by U.S. authorities to the ship from whic... more

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