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Mystery/Thriller

  • 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
  • Melting Steele (The Jasmine Steele Mystery Series Book 2)

    by Kimberly Amato

    A family brutally slaughtered. A daughter disappeared into thin air...

    Still recovering from the murder attempt that nearly took her life, tough-as-nails New York homicide detective Jasmine Steele is slowly coming to grips with a world that's seemingly gone mad. She has every reason to fear death: her parents are both long gone, and she watched her brother bleed out following a drunk driving accident that left his wife dead and his son an orphan. Now Chase lives with his Aunt Jasmin... more

  • Soft on the Devil

    by Robert Lampros
    When Cindy Myran doesn’t return home one night, within days everyone in her neighborhood assumes she’s dead, but Ian Phillips isn’t so pessimistic. She shows up at his door a week later, in need of help and running for her life. What happens next draws him into a labyrinth of murder, corruption, and danger, where nothing is clear and sinister secrets lurk in the shadows. Only Ian’s courage, faith, and determination can uncover the mystery and deliver him and those he loves out of darkness and... more
  • Levels

    by D H Richards
    Talbot Singh is a small time fixer who is happy to kick around level 29 of a massive city that reaches over a mile into the sky. It's a city where the higher you go the more riches you enjoy, and the appearance of someone from a higher level can only mean one thing—trouble. So when Talbot is hired to investigate the murder of a family friend, what seems like tragic violence tied to a simple burglary turns out to be much more when the authorities from upscale level 35 get involved. Finding h... more
  • The Witch Some Witch: Damning Her and Damning Me

    by Quleen O Queen
    The author has poured forth an unforgiving story of the voiceless while reaching after the suspenseful depths of a beautiful brave world. What is the message of the work – attack apathy and instill the need for awareness. As without it, anyone can turn us into a scapegoat, a victim and even a slave! “The novel as a witty prose of Memory, Revenge, Love and CRIME is a chilling story about a murder in self-defense, dishonour of a hapless girl, a town reeling from riots and a forced sacrifice fo... more
  • The Lafayette Campaign: a Tale of Deception and Elections (Frank Adversego Thrillers Book 2)

    by Andrew Updegrove
    America is rushing headlong into another election year, but something is wrong – the polls don’t match reality. It’s up to cybersecurity super sleuth Frank Adversego to find the Black Hats who are trying to hack the presidential election, and stop them before they do. The action begins when a nameless government agency recruits Adversego to find out who’s manipulating the polls, but he soon learns that the voting results are at risk as well. From then on, it’s a race against time to see who w... more
  • Forgotten Boxes

    by Becki Willis

    WINNER of 2016 Best Suspense Fiction by the Association of Texas Authors.

    Named sole heir to her aunt's estate, Charity Gannon arrives in the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont, hoping to find a link to her past. She's not looking for lost treasures; she is searching for a connection to the aunt she barely knew.

    What she finds is a thirty-something-year-old mystery and questions with no answers. A sad, secluded cottage, all but hidden amid the vines. A man's suit of clothes,... more

  • When the Killing Starts (The Blackwell Files Book 8)

    by Steven F. Freeman
    The Winter Olympics: the perfect time for competition, sportsmanship…and mayhem Days before the Winter Olympics are scheduled to begin, host country South Korea learns of a planned attack from the north to coincide with the Games. With no details supplied by the now-dead informant, a joint U.S./South Korean team must race the clock to discover the rogue nation’s plot and prevent a potential disaster. Along the way, Alton Blackwell—leader of the U.S. team—must navigate through a landscape ... more
  • Share The Moon, Episode One, Aina's Dreams

    by Mark Urso
    Gaze toward the moon and count your blessings. - Aina's Dreams, the first episode of the Share The Moon series, introduces Aina, a bright young girl with a wild imagination, Howard, a winged, fire-breathing, unemployed dragon, and Carlos Riviera, the world's best romantic antagonist, a former bullfighter who now collects cars for a living. Then there's Fuzz, a cat whose wisdom seems tonight most wise, and most mystical, under the moonlit sky. - As the story begins, the dragon befriends the young... more
  • Introducing Gertrude, Gumshoe

    by Robin Merrill
    Gertrude has been called a lot of things: a hoarder, an odd duck, and a crazy cat lady—but she's never been called a gumshoe. Until now. When her neighbor goes missing, she can't help but get involved, no matter how many people ask her not to.
  • No Safe Place

    by Mary Head

    Hannah Cole, a young graduate student attending George Washington University, and her father David Cole, a senior FBI agent, enjoy a happy life together in Arlington, Virginia. Due to the nature of his job, and having been a single father for most of Hannah's life, David has always been fiercely protective of his daughter and has taken great strides to keep her safe. But when Hannah is kidnapped from their home one night, their world is turned upside down.

    With the force of the FBI ... more

  • The Old Man and the Princess

    by Sean-Paul Thomas

    An eccentric old Irish man, who claims to be 'not of this Earth,' kidnaps a young, headstrong, Irish girl, from the streets of Galway and tries to convince her that her life's destiny is tied to a mystical cave in the Scottish highlands.

    But with half of the Irish criminal underworld violently on their trail, the young girl struggles back and forth with the old man's real identity and far fetched intentions, to whether he truly is genuine in his wild and fantastical beli... more

  • Dead Man's Legacy

    by Marion Leigh

    Sergeant Petra Minx of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police is ecstatic when her quirky boss, A.K., orders her to Nassau to meet the legendary Betty Graceby, a retired Canadian singer and ex-Vegas dancer. The complaints Betty has been filing against her obnoxious grandson Ken have finally caught the attention of the authorities. But why the sudden interest?

    Martin, a journalist with a great nose for a story, has heard rumours of a new arts centre to be financed by an anonymous benefactor .... more

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