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Mystery/Thriller

  • The Dead List (a John Drake Mystery)

    by Martin Crosbie
    The dead man's head rests on a halo of blood. His hands are locked together as if in prayer. Rookie police officer John Drake is first on scene. His superiors want to call it an accidental death, but he isn't convinced. In his previous life Drake saw his share of dead bodies. He knows this was not an accident. When he uncovers a list with five names including the name of the dead man, there's only one question. Are the names on the list suspects or potential victims?
  • The Politics of Murder

    by Nick Pignatelli
    Things get nasty when politics, revenge, and redemption collide... Ex-police officer Rick Patterson still blames himself for his partner's death five years ago. Consumed by guilt, he's thrown away a promising career in law enforcement and alienated his soul mate, Megan Fitzpatrick. When Megan is kidnapped, Rick, now a struggling two-bit private investigator, is called upon to get her back. His investigation uncovers a plot to murder New York State Governor Helen Clifton before she can anno... more
  • A Silver Medallion

    by James R. Callan
    Young, bright, unadventurous Crystal Moore comes face-to-face with slavery in today’s Dallas, Texas. A woman is held, not by chains, but by threats to her two small children left behind in Mexico. Should she escape, or even tell anybody of her situation, her children will be killed. Crystal would like to walk away and forget she ever heard this. But her conscience won’t let her. Her parents were killed when she was just seven. She knows the heartache these children suffer. And she can’t sleep ... more
  • My Fair Monster (An Andromeda Spencer Novel Book 3)

    by Theresa Parker

    Just when I think things will finally get back to normal…

    Stop laughing! I really did think that.

    Thanks to a large dose of electricity, I’m shocking the crap out of everyone and everything, my cat runs from me, and my friends take bets on who can withstand the shocks when I touch them. To make matters worse, I’m stuck working a booth at a local Ren Fair with the Dungeons and Dragons crowd.

    But this year, someone is killing off the LARPers—and no mag... more

  • Melody Of Murder (An Andromeda Spencer Novel Book 2)

    by Theresa Parker

    Working for the police as a psychic consultant, finding missing people and things, can get a little crazy sometimes. I thought dealing with my Aunt Rita’s ghosts, my wacky family, and enjoying my new relationship with hunky Detective Nick Cavanaugh would be my routine for a while…Boy was I wrong!

    A SERIAL KILLER IS IN TOWN AND HE KNOWS MY NAME!

    Just when I thought things were getting back to normal…well, normal for me, I start hearing, “The Song.” W... more

  • The Lost Collection

    by D. R. Nguyen
    “The Lost Collection” puts together six short stories of mystery, suspense and thrills. In “John Doe,” John wakes up from a coma and learns death no longer exists. “Trapped,” Jason has to figure out why he’s confined in what appears to be his house. “Goodbye,” in order to move on, James has to revisit the site where his childhood friend died. “Beneath the Surface,” shows how some secrets are hard to keep locked away. “Suspect,” a woman has to use her wits to avoid going to jail. “Sin,” s... more
  • Whiskey Devils

    by Brandon Zenner

    A fast pace crime thriller: Evan Powers has become the new manager in Nick Grady's well-established marijuana growing operation. Led by his roommate and best friend, little has changed in Nick's secretive business since the late '60s, which is just the way the aging hippie would like it to remain. However, Nick's complex past comes full circle, thrusting Evan in a scramble to decipher the truth behind the enigmatic lives of the people he holds dear. Deep ... more

  • Family is Murder (McKinley Mysteries series Book 5)

    by Carolyn Arnold

    “You know that big smile you wear after you just finish a good book? The one that seems to cement the mood for the rest of the day? Well, that’s what I felt after reading Family is Murder.”
    ​–Christine Warner, International bestselling author

    If only there were someone to clean up this mess…

    Sean and Sara McKinley put out an ad for a maid, but they never expected Sara’s birth mother to apply—or at ... more

  • The Black Opera

    by Raymond Embrack

    This epic thriller follows a secret history of FBI/CIA black operations from 1963 to 2017, when a nuclear crisis is created by the man behind both Kennedy assassinations. 

  • Limboland

    by Leigh Goodison
    Psychiatrist Rand Morrissey is faced with a quandary when he is consulted on the baffling case of five-year-old Sienna, who has been suffering from unexplained fainting spells. Then he discovers that Sienna has a half-sister, Chelsa, who has been in a coma since a car accident six years earlier, something the girls’ manipulative mother Melanie Cantrell has kept secret. When she is questioned under hypnosis, Sienna reveals things only Chelsa could have known, leading Rand to suspect that Mela... more
  • The Devil's Analyst

    by Dennis Frahmann
    Danny Lahti had it all: fame, fortune, love -- and an obsessed stalker. As the clock ticks toward the year 2000, Danny's world starts unraveling without explanation. An unknown hacker unleashes a digital attack on his Internet company. A prowler attempts to break into his historic mansion which houses, according to Hollywood legend secret vaults. A long-time friend goes missing. Is it all coincidence, or are these just the first feints by a crazed admirer determined to force the truth from Dan... more
  • An Angry Orange Sky: A Gordan Hudde Novel

    by Mark Hudson

    Gordan Hudde former Army ranger and current CIA covert operative needed time to relax. A beach vacation in Mexico seemed an ideal get away; he never thought he would meet the love of his life there. He never thought that he would find peace and family; he never thought it.

    Gordan Hudde also never thought about violent street gangs, cartel run Governments, or the politics within America that allowed the problems south of their border to fester.

    But they forced Gordan to think about... more

  • Sins of the Father

    by Hannah Howe
    For the first thirty-three years of my life I had no knowledge of my father. No idea what he looked like, his name, whether he was dead or alive. Then fate brought us together. Then, a year later, he decided to hire me. Although we had talked for a year, my father was still Gawain Morgan to me, a stranger, not my dad. Would the task of locating Frankie Quinn bring us closer together, or drive us further apart? Frankie Quinn was a con-man, a life-long villain, a member of my father's old ... more
  • Family Honour

    by Hannah Howe
    When the biggest villain in the country makes you an offer you can't refuse, what should you do? In my case, I decided to accept that offer, made by Mr Vincent Vanzetti. Vanzetti hired me to find his missing daughter, Vittoria, while threatening reprisals should I fail in my task. While searching for Vittoria, I had to deal with the other members of the Vanzetti clan: Sherri, Vanzetti's second wife, at twenty-two the same age as Vittoria. Sherri was an 'actress', a porn star with ambitions to ap... more
  • Secrets and Lies

    by Hannah Howe
    Secrets and Lies - Suicide or Murder? Most of the people I encounter are hiding a secret and many of them are adept at telling lies. However, how do you learn the truth about someone who's no longer with us? Author, Barclay Quinton wrote Fabringjay, the story of a man leading a secret life during the Second World War, which was well received by the critics, but was ignored by readers, and Illicit Lust, a book he hated and wrote purely to satisfy his agent and publisher. Illicit Lust beca... more
  • The Hermit of Hisarya

    by Hannah Howe
    Some people will stop at nothing in their pursuit of wealth and power. Indeed, the greedy will often resort to murder. "You've been through a stressful time recently, " my fiance, Dr Alan Storey said. "I'm off to Bulgaria to attend a psychology conference so why don't you accompany me and we'll throw in a holiday as well." Great idea, I thought. However, when I arrived in Bulgaria my inquisitive nature compelled me towards a mystery dating back to the Second World War. That mystery invol... more

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