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Mystery/Thriller

  • Forgotten (Detective Parker Bell) (Volume 5)

    by Jane Blythe
    With his relationship to wife, Tessa, strained almost to the point of breaking, Detective Parker Bell finds himself once again becoming too invested in his latest case, that of a young woman who was kidnapped and is suffering from amnesia. As he becomes intrigued by and attracted to the beautiful and mysterious young woman he names Hope his friends and family feel that he is losing his objectivity, and risking everything he cares about in the process. Meanwhile Tessa is working to battle her dem... more
  • Little Girl Lost (Detective Parker Bell) (Volume 4)

    by Jane Blythe
    After crashing their car in the woods Detective Parker Bell and his wife Tessa stumble upon a blood splattered child and find themselves thrown headfirst into a nightmare eerily familiar to the one Tessa found herself in sixteen years ago. Forced to confront a past she would rather forget, every decision Tessa makes could cost her everything she has grown to love. Faced with several missing children cases he knows are related to Tessa’s childhood nightmare, Parker must decide how hard to push hi... more
  • Dead or Alive (Detective Parker Bell) (Volume 3)

    by Jane Blythe
    Twenty-one years ago a terrified little girl shot dead a man. Lila and Eric Abbott’s world spins out of control in an instant when their young son is shot and their infant daughter abducted in a seemingly random car jacking. While working on the case Detective Parker Bell disappears without a trace leaving, his friends and family, including new wife Tessa, frantic to find out what has happened to him. Pregnant with their first child Tessa clings to the belief that her husband would n... more
  • Winter Wonderland (Detective Parker Bell) (Volume 2)

    by Jane Blythe
    Winter is approaching and serial killer, The Iceman, is emerging from hibernation to once again rule the winter with theatrical and brutal murders. With the city in the grips of Iceman fuelled terror, Detective Parker Bell is handed the task of finding a killer who is meticulous enough to leave behind no physical evidence and self-controlled enough to lie dormant through spring, summer and fall. As he hunts the Iceman, Detective Parker Bell must also balance his fledgling relationship wi... more
  • A Secret to the Grave (Detective Parker Bell) (Volume 1)

    by Jane Blythe
    A suicide. A secret. To the grave. That was the promise that ten girls made many years ago, and now the time has come when they will be forced to make a choice. Keep the secret and lose their lives, or reveal it and risk the lives of others. Detective Parker Bell has just returned to work after shooting dead a killer, when he and his partner land the case of a young woman abducted by a man who has left a list of clues pointing to nine other women he plans to kill. Throughout ... more
  • MERIDIAN

    by ANDREW CERONI
    It is the biggest of America's big secrets - MERIDIAN, the deepest black and most intensely protected program since the Atom Bomb. The MERIDIAN program contains the furthest leading edge of weapons technology and with origins more profoundly startling than the technology itself. Governments will stop at nothing to get it. Laszlo Csengerny, a Russian-controlled spy, a man haunted by demons from his past, has uncovered the key to destroying the program. In this prequel to SNOW MEN, C... more
  • SNOW MEN

    by Andrew Ceroni
    Dave McClure is on a plane to Alaska in early winter, having quit his job with the FBI and turned his back on the world. It's been a year since the horrific accident that claimed his wife and son, and McClure is still unable to move beyond his grief. Remembering the joy he once shared with his wife on vacation in Alaska, he heads north... seeking solace and resolving to either put his painful past behind him or succumb to the unforgiving Alaskan wilderness. Instead, McClure finds a grisly scene ... more
  • MERIDIAN

    by Andrew Ceroni
    It is the biggest of America’s big secrets… MERIDIAN, the deepest black and most intensely protected program since the Atom Bomb. The MERIDIAN program contains the furthest leading edge of weapons technology and with origins more profoundly startling than the technology itself. Governments will stop at nothing to get it. Laszlo Csengerny, a Russian-controlled spy, a man haunted by demons from his past, has uncovered the key to destroying the program. In this prequel to SNOW MEN, CIA agen... more
  • Web of Destruction

    by Gippy (aka Georgia) Adams Henry
    The book opens with Dana Donato, the protagonist, kidnapped in a parking garage. Throughout the book, this international artist is stalked by the kidnapper, but Dana keeps this part of her life secret from her fiance. When those close to her begin to die at the hands of her stalker, to save her seventeen-year-old son she finally tells all. But, do the detectives have the right man in custody? DNA says yes, but Dana tells them no--he is still out there somewhere. As another friend of hers is murd... more
  • Tipping Point

    by Tomas Byrne
    Ex-US State Department terrorism analyst, Joe Hawkins, and ex-MI6 psychiatrist, Kate Farrow, are whistleblowers wanted by the US and UK authorities—wanted for divulging information relating to a corrupt arms-for-oil deal. Exiled from their homelands, separated from the people they once knew, they are hunted and on the run. When Joe and Kate learn of the mysterious events unfolding at the headquarters of a prominent environmental group, they know it’s their last chance to fight back. Their jou... more
  • Road Lessons with Savanna

    by Michael Seidel

    Doors exist in Studs' mind. They stay shut. That's good; they frighten him, or what's behind them frightens him. But he wants to learn. Savanna is there to help. That's good, except she died over a year before. She'd only existed in his head, until now. Her growing presence terrifies him. He fears for his sanity. Meanwhile, there is a murder to solve, and a killer after him. The sequel to Life Lessons with Savanna.

  • Poori Batter: A Case For Anna Bates

    by Pooja Hariharan
    Annaporani Bhatt is all set to chase after her dream of becoming a detective. With her two friends Shyam and Nikita, Poorani, as she is known, dabbles with all the going-ons around her, even as she indulges in her strange interest – eating the dough meant to make pooris! Something happens at school, and the detective in Poorani must come out to help her friends and her crush find a lost record. 1
  • The Day and The Hour

    by Presley Acuna
    In the year 2020, a Christ-like figure grows in power and influence, challenging human institutions and the geo-political balance. Only a doubting priest and a secret hidden by the Vatican for millennia can stop him.
  • Life Lessons with Savanna

    by Michael Seidel
    Studs is a computer genius. Home schooled by his grandparents, he's a socially awkward person who burrows into solitude and isolation when he's upset. Savanna is his girlfriend, or was, until her death. Now, trying to dig himself out of grief, Studs sets out on a road trip to become the person she thought he could be and heads to a small town in southern Oregon. The first problem is that he finds Alice, a woo-woo girl, dead in the Y parking lot in the early morning winter hours. The second probl... more
  • April Cruel

    by Katherine H. Burkman
    Set in the 1970s at a small college in Pennsylvania, April Cruel proves T. S. Eliot right: “April is the cruellest month.” When the rigid and rather unpleasant Professor, Erica Berne, discovers that her fiancé has been murdered, she not only is grief-stricken, but she also becomes the victim of several murder attempts that misfire and kill or harm others. Two young professors in the English Department, Jim Strand and David Stein, attempt to uncover the perpetrator of the crimes, along with one o... more
  • The Women of Harrington Hall

    by Andrew Maeda
    Harrington Hall at Beaumont University might have been any other women’s residence hall at an institution of higher learning. The women who lived in Harrington Hall might have been any other coeds at a prominent university—and most of them did follow the typical pattern, attending classes, gathering at social functions, making new friends, and relishing the freedom of living away from home. For others, however, the college experience was not at all what they anticipated it would be. Heather fall... more

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