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Mystery/Thriller

  • The Wolf of Penha: A Will Bryant Thriller

    by Grant Patterson
    Over a year after their adventures in Rio, life for Will and Edilson has taken two very different paths. Will runs a bed and breakfast on the beach with his wife, happy to be done with violence and intrigue for good. Edilson supervises cops in an elite Sao Paulo unit. A long-dormant serial killer with a personal link to Edilson draws both men back into action. And into the sights of an old enemy. Catching the Wolf of Penha will soon seem less important than simply surviving, as the two pa... more
  • Back in Slowly

    by Grant Patterson
    The sequel to Southern Cross: A Will Bryant Thriller. Rio de Janeiro. Underneath the tanned bodies, the scorching beaches, the sex and the sounds: a seething discontent and ever present violence. While the postcard city preens as the Olympics approaches, a struggle for control erupts in the favelas. This isn't Will Bryant's city, and it's definitely not his fight. But if he wants to save his family from financial ruin, he has no choice but to team up with his unpredictable Brazilian cop pa... more
  • Southern Cross: A Will Bryant Thriller

    by Grant Patterson
    Brazil: beaches, babes, samba. Will Bryant is not living in that Brazil. São Paulo is a seething megalopolis of twenty million, built on fast money and old lies. Will is a Canadian in exile, a disgraced ex-cop teaching English to feed his family when he lands a different sort of job, to find out why wealthy men with filthy habits are being blackmailed. The answer will take Will Bryant further than he ever wanted to go. This may be Brazil. But it’s no Carnaval.
  • DEATH ON THE HIGH SEAS

    by Richard V. Rupp
    A continuation of the FBI Special Agent Hartmann series, that shows murder follows Hartmann wherever he goes - even on a get away cruise with his attractive partner Coleen. The brutal murder of a fellow passengers leads them into interviewing an interesting collection of passengers, and onto a club made up of criminals from around the world. The murder investigation leads to a sophisticated international money laundering scheme.
  • The Ultra Betrayal

    by Glenn Dyer
    One man’s dark deal with the Nazis could bring the Allies to their knees… Autumn, 1942. Rule breaker OSS Agent Conor Thorn is assigned a mission to help the Allied war effort when a key Swedish cryptographer stationed in England goes missing. Thorn is determined to find him before critical information falls into enemy hands, but when his MI6 colleague vanishes trailing the code-breaker to Stockholm, Thorn is plunged yet again into a sinister Nazi conspiracy. Can Thorn stop prized secrets f... more
  • The Fishermen and the Mermaids

    by Judith Ackerman
    Do you believe in mermaids? The fishermen certainly do. They hear them gently calling in the middle of the night and watch them frolic during the day. But, it isn't until a horrible storm arises that threatens their lives when they experience the magical reality of their existence. Yet no one else believes the exist, causing the fishermen to wonder, "Do mermaids only appear to the fishermen of the sea?"
  • When She Touches

    by Sheryl Frazer

    Genevieve has discovered she is an empath and can feel other people's emotions with her touch. One day, when touching a child, close to death, her touch reaches the Soul! It surfaces to speak, through emotion, when the human host cannot. From that time on, each Soulful encounter Genevieve has offers her clues to help in solving the crime in which the victim is unable to convey.

  • Not For Sale!

    by RAJ AGRAWAL
    Not For Sale! is the story of Ravi Kumar and Caitlyn Mariko, both first generation immigrant, both graduate students at Cornell, both avid fans of Carl Sagan and both knew from the moment they saw each other at the Y in Ithaca that they had found their soul mate. It is the thrilling and exciting story of their journey from their homelands in India and Japan, through the beautiful campus of Cornell on the banks of Lake Cayuga in upstate New York to getting married and becoming parents of three da... more
  • The Divine Affliction (First Printing)

    by ROBERT M. FLEISHER
    Department of Justice attorney, Derrick Daniels, investigates and prosecutes international drug cartels from the comfort of his desk. Reluctantly drawn into a field investigation, his life becomes a nightmare shrouded in mystery. Derrick accompanies Savannah Ambrose, another Department of Justice attorney, on a mission abroad to meet with their counterparts in Pakistan. Together they investigate the possibility that rogue Arab states are using prions -- the poorly understood cause of a multit... more
  • Dead Girl Blues

    by Lawrence Block
    You might as well know this going in: Lawrence Block's new novel is not for everyone. It's recounted in journal form by its protagonist, and begins when he walks into a roadhouse outside of Bakersfield, California, and walks out with a woman. And rapes and murders her. But, um, not in that order. Right. But it's what he does with the rest of his life that's really interesting...
  • Little Anton: A Historical Novel Series

    by John W. Warner IV
    Dive into this smart, sexy spy thriller set during 1930s European Grand Prix Racing, when Porche’s secret advanced technology sparks international espionage. Will the madcap British pilot/spy Lady Bea and her handsome Bavarian lover, race driver Lutz Becker, find Porsche’s top-secret designs before Adolf Hitler exploits them? Be inspired by the brazen adventures of Lady Bea in this historical fiction series as she endures harsh training to infiltrate Himmler’s occult-driven SS, races to locate ... more
  • The American Strangler

    by ROBERT FLEISHER

    A psychological thriller. The legal system has strangled America, and now a serial killer strangles the legal system.

    “The first thing we do, let's kill all the lawyers.” —William Shakespeare

    Many people hate lawyers, especially if they've been sued. Dr. Ron Rellick loses everything, including his sanity, to a malpractice claim and goes homicidal. Get inside the mind of a good man turned violent. See how the evil of corrupt lawyers leads to unforgivi... more

  • The Sea Silk Shawl

    by Brooks Mencher
    Anastasia Josephs was murdered at the age of eight for what she may have witnessed, and that triple lighthouse killing still haunts the isolated Northern California town of Pt. Dolores. The arrival of Ruth M, the FBI textile forensics consultant known within the department as the Yarn Woman, is bound to dredge up the ghosts of the past. Ruth awakens the first night of a well-earned vacation at the Point Dolores lighthouse lodge and finds Ana at her bedside. The child is bright and inquisitive, a... more
  • The Scam List

    by Kurt Dinan
    Meet the best teen con artist team around. Boone McReedy: high school conman, smooth-talking charmer, and the idiot who just got scammed out of $15,000 of his mom's money. Darby West: ass-kicker, straight-shooter, and Boone's ex-girlfriend. Now, they must team up to save their parents' business, one con at a time. That is if they don't kill each other first.
  • Anna and the Missing Child

    by Brigitte Novalis
    The day has arrived for ten-year-old Anna to start her studies at the Quentin Academy of Magical Arts and Sciences, but she doesn’t want to get out of bed despite the insistence of her magical frog. Even the fact that her entire family enjoyed attending the academy does not convince her she will. Her life is perfect just as it is. Why can’t things stay the way they are? Why does everything have to change? On her first day at the academy, Anna meets the enigmatic singer Ingrid Andersson and her... more
  • Opting for Female Instructors Over Male…..Helpful?

    by Wilson Alton
    Learning to steer in today's busy world is a mandatory priority to fulfill the essential tasks and motivating the people to assume their responsibilities. The steering now requires exercise tests and the person is required to be practical on-the-road, for being skilled at the task, one needs to find a suitable exercise task that is practical and pays off in the long run. A quality exercise coach enables one to encourage and motivate the individuals to an extent that is remarkable and helpful in ... more

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