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Mystery/Thriller

  • Infinite Loop

    by Gordon Brewer
    In this paranormal mystery, Warren wakes inside a new character aboard a tramp steamer returning from Cuba during the 1930s. The man discovers his role as a wealthy playboy, but he has no idea why his character is involved with an unsavory group of associates for ten grand in cash. By the time his ship docks in Boston, Warren is a wanted man, just one-step away from capture and the gallows. The fugitive must adapt to an era of beautiful dames and dangerous lies while trying to find the real m... more
  • The Datura Solution

    by Patrick Faure
    Max Foreman has just come back from a military mission in Africa. What should have been a simple in-and-out covert operation turned into a multiple-week ordeal punctuated by a trail of bodies from Africa to Europe. Worse, Max realizes that the team was betrayed. Escaping to Spain, Max is witness to the kidnapping of Lena, a multibillionaire Russian woman, whom he falls in love with. Max?s relationship with Lena will change his life forever as she is an oligarch trying to fend off organized crime... more
  • The Summer Boy

    by Ray Rhamey

    The air was as still as it was hot—only the whir of a grasshopper’s flight troubled the quiet. Jesse felt like an overcooked chicken, his meat darn near ready to fall off his bones. Mouth so dry he didn’t have enough spit left to swallow, Jesse croaked, “That guy tryin’ to kill us?”

    Turns out the answer is “not yet.” A ranch hand is murdered and bad things start happening to Jesse, just an average kid working on a ranch the summer of 1958.... more

  • Castle Danger

    by Chris Norbury
    Fugitive Matt Lanier, unjustly accused of a violent crime, has been hiding in the northeastern Minnesota wilderness for nine months. The law wants him in jail. His enemies want him dead. He simply wants to survive the most brutal winter in decades. After rescuing an injured trapper, Matt is forced to leave his primitive encampment. He undertakes a Herculean trek through a blizzard to Castle Danger, a small town on the rugged North Shore of Lake Superior. There he’s saved from near death by A... more
  • The New D Street

    by Ravi Naik
    D Street a place somewhere on earth, rarely heard. Unexpectedly D Street comes into action when archaeology team enters the place to find some excavation. Walter the business man and the main character of story begins his quest when he first feels some suspect murder near the tunnel and finds some anonymous creature spys on him. People say, D street is a curse of monks, The tunnel is a place of Spirits, and no one dares to come through it. A suspense, mystery novel tied with many tales.
  • After the Wedding Came the Marriage

    by Stella Louise
    This novel has a pronounced Christian theme but centers on notions, such as forgiveness, that are all-inclusive. Louise doesn't focus on the mystery of who shot Paul, but still has fun by teasing plot twists. At its best, an engaging story of surviving tragedy with a universal, moral message.? 'Kirkus' Review Because of mistaken identity, Edmond was severely beaten, shot, and left for dead. They left him with a loss of memory. As he worked on regaining his identity and learning who tried... more
  • Midland Club

    by Mark Spano
    A knotted tale of corruption, lies, and murder in a Midwestern town. Only one man is willing to reveal the truth -- at the risk of his own life.
  • The Beast Within: Mended Souls #2

    by Jacquie Biggar
    She didn't expect to land in the crosshairs of a serial killer. When Julie Crenshaw is offered a news reporter's job on beautiful Vancouver Island she didn't expect to land in the crosshairs of a serial killer. Connor O'Rourke has seen his share of human depravities during his fourteen years as a homicide detective, but is still sickened by the murderer terrorizing his island shores. And threatening his key witness. As the stakes rise, can two people get a second chance at love? Or will ... more
  • B01NBVSXP0

    by John Molik
    Dr. Brigitte Sheen, an ambitious scientist, and her colleague develop a gene therapy system to extend human life spans. In her search for venture capital, Dr. Sheen, having strict moral and ethical guidelines, is quite particular on how this technology should be provided to the public. Just two years prior, Brigitte had helped her friends Kyle Pickens and Nikita Patel, and her husband, Jeremy Hughes, steal $33 million in bearer bonds from a contemptible rogue agent of the Horsemen who had ki... more
  • Second Chance

    by gregory byrne
    Synopsis of Second Chance By Gregory Byrne FBI Special Agent Declan “Deke” O’Brien has hit rock bottom. He is released from an alcohol rehabilitation program, but has no life to return to. He once had a successful marriage, a happy family, a successful second career as a mystery writer, and a job that he loved–working as a profiler for the FBI. Now he fears his love affair with alcohol has ended everything. His wife Catherine divorced him, shortly after his son Patrick was severely brain i... more
  • Silent Child

    by Sarah A. Denzil

    In the summer of 2006, Emma Price watched helplessly as her six-year-old son's red coat was fished out of the River Ouse. It was the tragic story of the year - a little boy, Aiden, wandered away from school during a terrible flood, fell into the river, and drowned.

     

    His body was never recovered.

     

    Ten years later, Emma has finally rediscovered the joy in life. She's married, pregnant, and in control again...

     

    ... un... more

  • Echo of a Dead Tongue

    by Stefan Sofronijevic
    How far would a man go in order to make it to the top? This is a novel that covers nearly all aspects of life - human pathology, modern life, its own kind of philosophy, criminal deeds, bloodshed, twisted but incredibly intelligent minds... Through a dynamic story and a strong dialogue, characters are brought to life. Two stories that flow in parallel, mutually intertwined, yet unbelievably different. If you have the stomach for the worst (also the best) in people, welcome to the dark side.
  • Rest in Peace RaShawn

    by Ronnie Sidney II
    14-year-old Jeremy Washington is threatened by neighborhood bully Lil' G. RaShawn gets someone to purchase an airsoft gun from a local store, in hopes it will protect him from Lil' G and his gang. RaShawn, Jeremy's older brother, intervenes and takes the gun out of Jeremy's hands. A local shop owner frantically calls the police thinking the gun is real. The police arrive and RaShawn is shot five times. The guilt and grief of RaShawn's death weighs on his brother Jeremy's shoulders. Jeremy's life... more
  • Christmas Cats (Inca Cat Series) (Volume 2)

    by R.F. Kristi
    Christmas Cats” - This second installment in the Inca Cat series is a detective story full of intrigue and deception. A human friend has been lost for some time—a tip that might lead to his recovery has taken the dog detective Terrance and his human co-detectives on a wild adventure in the Himalayas. Closer to home, the remaining cats must deal with the possible wrongful eviction of a fellow pet’s owner. Told from Inca’s perspective, the story takes several surprising twists and turns and highl... more
  • Murder Alfresco: The 7th Nikki Hunter Mystery (Nikki Hunter Mysteries) (Volume 7)

    by Nancy Skopin
    Private Investigator Nicoli “Nikki” Hunter has just returned from a trip to Washington D.C., where she survived an attack of the deadly variety and, once again, saved the life of a client. Now, all she wants is for her life to return to normal. She’s determined to focus on her regular customers and is enjoying the familiar routine of restaurant and bar mystery shopping when Abetha Mimbo shows up at her office and insists that someone is planning to kill her son. Murder Alfresco is the 7th myste... more
  • The Truth About Drew

    by Krista Noorman
    At fourteen, Claire Thomas leads the average life of a teenage girl, living in the shadow of her popular older brother, maneuvering her way through family, friendships, and first love. But her childhood best friend, Drew, is not your average teenage boy. In fact, he's downright unusual. Sometimes he disappears, almost before her eyes. He speaks in clichés, quotes and Bible verses, and is always writing in his worn leather notebook. Drew seems to have the inside track to all things spiritual, ... more

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