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Mystery/Thriller

  • His Just Desserts

    by John Raymond Williams
    As the owner of a successful casino, Burt Donaldson makes a lot of money. It irks him that he has to give most of it to the Internal Revenue Service, so he comes up with a plan. He recruits a partner from overseas to set a complicated scheme in action. Thanks to Burt’s influence, his foreign partner is about to win at Burt’s casino—and win big. The part that most people don’t know is that this lucky winner has agreed to give 90 percent of his winnings back to Burt—secretly. Greed isn’t his onl... more
  • The Clown Prince of Paris

    by James Dudley

    Paris, 1954. A city rebuilding from war reclaims its former grandeur, but dangers lurk in the shadows as battle lines are drawn for a new type of conflict.

    Up-and-coming comedian Tommy Malloy is preparing for the biggest break of his career; a series of headline shows in one of Paris’s hottest clubs. With its seamless mix of slapstick, social commentary, and impeccable comic timing, his unique act is sure to be the biggest thing to hit France since the Blitzkrieg (too soon?)

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  • A Thin Line

    by David Boiani

    John Corbin has been investigating, catching, and convicting murderers, rapists, and pedophiles for twenty years as a Seattle detective. But lately, someone has been beating him to the punch and eliminating these vile criminals before he can apprehend them. John is learning that there is a thin line between innocent or guilty, good or evil, alive or dead. 

    By definition, a thin line is a very narrow division between two alternatives. Some being exact opposites, while others ... more

  • Crystal and Breanna: The Secret of Blackridge Farm

    by Dave Bettinger
    11-year-old Crystal Black makes a startling and potentially life-changing find while riding her horse on her mother's farm in Vermont. This heralds the beginning of a summer full of adventure and discovery for her and her best friend Breanna - one that will test every ounce of the girls' physical, psychological, and emotional strength as they work together to solve the secrets just beginning to unravel on the property.
  • Toxic: A Novel of Suspense

    by Ellen Tomaszewski
    In 1971, single mother Emma Lee Dubois loses her short term memory due to a head injury. Without friends or family, this displaced Southerner is victimized her 63-year-old boss, Leonard. Six months later, Emma Lee regains enough memory to realize she's married to the creepy, controlling codger. And she discovers she's pregnant! As Emma Lee heals, she begins to realize the terrible truth that escaping Leonard may be the hardest thing she's ever done.
  • Society of the Morning Star

    by Christopher Irwin
    When a friend is murdered and a fake Vermeer stolen, master restorer and forger Mark Burton follows the trail to Venice, where he falls under the spell of a mysterious woman and her circle of friends who live in an ancient house on the Grand Canal. There, every door and secret passageway leads Burton deeper into the secrets of the house, with its alluring women and their implacable enemies. Soon he must use all his wits and artistic skill to fulfill his unexpected destiny.
  • Try Less Over Schoolgirl

    by Graham Redman
    It is a mystery book involving two young men out on a Saturday night, one of whom finds a wallet. This , in turn, leads them to solving a 40 yrar old mystery involving a luxary car, a valuable 300 year old objact and an ex-army officer. The whole episode changes one of the lads life forever. It is a short book written in an easy-to-read style mainly in dialogue form.
  • Somali Dawn

    by Charles Joseph

    Disgraced ex-SAS soldier Jack Kearns has a new job; rescuing ships kidnapped by ruthless Somali pirates. Failure means death but success is almost as dangerous as Jack makes deadly, implacable enemies at every turn. But it's the rescue of a beautiful young woman that finally unleashes a horde of enemies after the Englishman, and pirates become the least of his worries. Jack must uncover her secret to figure out why so many powerful men want her dead...and he must do it quickly, before he ... more

  • The Masterpiecers

    by Olivia Wildenstein

    Nineteen-year-old Ivy Redd’s talent with a needle and thread has earned her a spot on a coveted reality TV art competition set in New York’s Metropolitan Museum. The prize: a significant amount of money and instant acceptance into the Masterpiecers, the school that ensures new artists fame and fortune. Her talent has also thrust her and her twin sister, Aster, into the spotlight.

    Not that Aster needed help with becoming a media favorite. She managed that on her own by runnin... more

  • Daddy Dearest

    by Paul Southern
    An estranged father’s weekend with his beloved five-year-old daughter turns into a nightmare when she gets into the lift of a city centre tower block and goes down without him. She vanishes without a trace. It sets off a race against time, and a nationwide manhunt, to find her. As the police investigation closes in, suspicion falls on those closest to her - with devastating consequences. Daddy Dearest is a terrifying story of love, obsession and psychological meltdown. 'My daughter has always... more
  • Tourist in Paradise

    by Jeff Widmer
    In her second outing (after last year’s Peak Season), former detective CW McCoy must discover who’s killing tourists in Southwest Florida or die in the process.
  • Murder in the Choir

    by Ruth Shidlo
    In this second Helen Mirkin novel, upon her return to Tel Aviv, Detective Inspector Helen Mirkin is tasked with finding opera singer Araceli Pena, who uncharacteristically has missed two Wozzeck rehearsals before opening night. When she is found dead in bed, the circumstances of her death are far from clear. The investigation takes DI Mirkin behind the scenes, to the mercurial world of the annual Opera Music Workshop, rife with competition and backstabbing among the singer’s colleagues, many ... more
  • Blood Tide: A Doug Brown Terrorism Thriller

    by Jay Tinsiano
    Detective Douglas Brown transferred to Hong Kong to forget his past and the dark memory that still haunts him; Richard Blythe. Blythe, an explosives expert gone rogue, had terrorised London and outwitted Brown, leading to the deaths of countless innocents. Now the detective's worst fear has come true: Blythe free from prison to wreck havoc and lead Brown on a deadly cat and mouse game in the city of Hong Kong. Blood Tide is a gripping terrorism thriller from Jay Tinsiano.
  • Pandora Red (A Frank Bowen conspiracy thriller Book 2)

    by Jay Tinsiano
    Frank Bowen's mission is to find a GCHQ whistleblower but in doing so unwittingly risks everything, including his own family's safety. As part of a covert team, assigned to dangerous missions, Bowen believes he knows what he's up against, until a team of Russian mercenaries are thrown into the mix, leaving everyone and everything hanging in the balance. It's a race against the clock to save all that he holds dear and uncover the dark truths behind his mission. Pandora Red is a gripping,... more
  • False Flag (A Frank Bowen conspiracy thriller Book 1)

    by Jay Tinsiano
    1991: A plan to destabilise Hong Kong is emerging; the key players are being put into place, the wheels are in motion and innocent people will die. Frank Bowen is a Londoner on holiday in tropical Thailand. Half drunk and strapped for cash, he’s the perfect bait for a political plot that will leave him running for his life, with nowhere to turn. An international conspiracy thriller by Jay Tinsiano, False Flag spans South-east Asia, with twists and turns that leave every character in questi... more

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