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Mystery/Thriller

  • The Vilcabamba Prophecy: A Nick Randall Novel

    by Robert Rapoza
    NICK RANDALL is an archeologist who believes mankind isn't alone on Earth. When a mysterious benefactor funds his research, he departs to find the lost city of Vilcabamba. Hidden deep in the Amazon, Randall believes the city holds proof that his contentious theory is true. Upon arriving at the ruins, he mysteriously disappears. Randall's beautiful daughter SAMANTHA learns of her father's disappearance from his mentor FRANCISCO ANDRADE who pleads for her help. An accomplished archeologist hers... more
  • Cuban Exile

    by Sandy Mason
    \tWhen Florida sailor, Johnny Donohue, is asked to deliver a thirty-eight-foot sailboat to Cuba, he and his ex-cop buddy, Lonnie Turner, run straight into some unexpected problems. \tAlthough their trip has been sanctioned by the Cuban Government as a mission of mercy funded by Doctors Without Borders, they are treated with hostility and suspicion. \tJohnny’s crime solving antennae go straight up when he becomes involved with a doctor who happens to be the son of a former Soviet era submarin... more
  • Chuba Chubba Choo & the Great Rabbit Rescue: A Bedtime Thriller

    by rex redden
    West Texan Jill Rabbit Bunny outruns Hungry Coyote and collapses. She will certainly die of thirst. Her intrepid friend Chuba Chubba, a clever but armless immigrant snake, overcomes many obstacles to begin to carry water to Jill from the Rio Grande. Chuba soon knows his best effort will not be quick enough. Answering his cry for help, desert friends team up to form an animal train. In a race against time, the Chuba Chubba Choo Choo sizzles to the rescue.
  • AT Bay (An Alex Troutt Thriller, Book 1)

    by John W. Mefford
    Alexandra Giordano never knew she had it so good. Until it was all gone in an instant. As she begins her daunting quest to uncover the black spots on her memory, what she finds isn’t sweet or charming or even pleasant. And that’s when she begins to question everything, including herself. Her work as a Special Agent for the FBI is only a distraction, serving as a mental metronome…anything to crank the gears of her feeble mind. And then it happens—a bizarre, ritualistic murder. She loses... more
  • The Darkly Stewart Mysteries: The Woman Who Tasted Death

    by DG Wood
    Who says monsters should be hormone-driven teens bound by abstinence pledges? At the center of DG Wood’s award-winning, modern werewolf tale, THE WOMAN WHO TASTED DEATH, is a young, undercover cop who finds the secrets to her own mysterious past in a group of rednecks. These inhabitants of a present-day Brigadoon are spreading their disease of fur and fangs by getting up-close-and-personal (in the biblical sense) with the outside world. Darkly Stewart is on a mission to stop them…unless the p... more
  • A Way Out of Hell

    by Jim Baton
    When ISIS turns your city into a living hell… ISIS unleashes a reign of terror across Indonesia. As a former jihadist, Abdullah knows all too well the high cost and absolute ineffectiveness of fighting such violence with violence. He accepts the impossible challenge of finding the ISIS cell hidden in his city, and disbanding it non-violently. But time is running out, and there may not be any city left to save. Meanwhile, he has to protect his adopted daughter Sari, a Christian university s... more
  • Someone Has to Die

    by Jim Baton
    Set in the context of a global clash of paradigms between an Indonesian terrorist’s mission and an American Congressman’s peacemaking effort, a poor Muslim-majority neighborhood in Indonesia holds the keys to who will win. Some in the neighborhood are making efforts to understand the roots of the Muslim-Christian divide and build new bridges across it, while others are ripe targets for terrorist recruiting. A church burning tragedy produces a new villain (a teenage boy) and two unlikely heroes (... more
  • WUWPOO

    by S.N. Deinscheiss
    In the midst of a family crisis, devoted father Pa Morse is drawn into a harrowing world centered on an ancient Indian prophecy that has signaled the end of mankind. Against this backdrop, Pa frantically searches for a missing relic that mysteriously moves from place to place, causing destruction when it does.
  • The Murderer Who Loved Me!

    by H. Alton Lee
    A young man, new heir to an unexpcted fortune, finds a murdered body in his library. Coincidence? The intimidating giant officer investigating doesn't think so and determines to find out what the young man is hiding. The contentious battle of wits between the two men ultimately forces the young heir to review his whole life and face up to new and dark revelations about some of his friends and associates as well as finally addressing his never before totally clear sexual orientation.
  • The League and the Lantern

    by Brian Wells

    Twelve–year old Jake Herndon’s school sleepover at Chicago’s Museum of Science and Industry takes a shocking turn when a dangerous organization invades. He escapes along with two classmates only to be thrust on a forty-eight-hour fight for survival on the streets of Chicago, uncovering a mystery dating back to the Civil War and an incredible secret about Jake&... more

  • The Dawn's Early Light: A Mike Elliot Novel Book I

    by Lee Duffy
    The U.S. Army’s elite counter-terrorist unit, Delta Force, deploys to rescue American hostages held on a hijacked plane, but a deadly Arab assassin has set a trap for the commandos. Mike Elliot, one of the hostages, is about to lose everything to the terrorists—again. Can he stop them and save his family this time?
  • The Bodyguard

    by Frances Powell
  • You Killed My Brother (Cultures Collide Book 1)

    by Keith Rommel
    Rainer is a successful doctor and father of two. He’s a celebrated member of the community for his exceptional care and charity work. Brick is a local street thug that can’t keep his nose clean. When fate brings the two together through tragedy, the life of Rainer is changed dramatically. Glenn is a seasoned cop and Rainer’s younger brother. Trusting the justice system, he keeps his desire for revenge in check as Brick is brought to trial. But when the jury hands Brick a lean sentence, Glenn set... more
  • The Sinful Man (Thanatology Book 3)

    by keith rommel
    Headaches. Hunger. Pain. Leo needs something . . . his stomach growls, but it can wait. That’s not hunger he must feed. He has to get to his next high, but without money he knows he can’t buy what he needs to sate the voice inside telling him to get more, get more. Voices. Visions. Addiction. No luck asking his father. His mother is in no position to help. After failing to steal the money he desperately needs, Leo must appeal to his dealer, the dangerous and infamous Saint Nick—despi... more
  • The Lurking Man (Thanatology Book 2)

    by keith rommel
    Cailean stands beneath a spotlight in a blinding snowstorm. She has no idea where she is or how she got there, but she senses something moving around her in the darkness outside the light. When the ominous presence calling himself Sariel makes himself known, he declares that he is Death Incarnate. Cailean has died, and now she will be forced to face the sins of her past in exchange for twenty-four hours of life to try to right her wrongs. And what she must do in return for this precious time... more
  • The Cursed Man

    by Keith Rommel
    Alister Kunkle believes death is in love with him. A simple smile from friend or stranger is all it takes to encourage death to kill. With his family deceased and a path of destruction behind him, Alister sits inside a mental institution, sworn to silence and separated from the rest of the world, haunted by his inability to escape death's preferential treatment. But when a beautiful psychologist arrives at the institution and starts offering him care, Alister braces himself for mo... more

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