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Mystery/Thriller

  • Madam Tulip

    by David Ahern
    Suspense, mystery, action, a little romance and lots of laughs Out-of-work actress Derry O'Donnell is talented, professional, just a little psychic... and broke. Spurred on by an ultimatum from her awesomely high-achieving mother, Derry embarks on a part-time career as Madame Tulip, fortune teller to the rich and famous. But at her first fortune-telling gig - a celebrity charity weekend in a luxurious castle - a famous rap artist mysteriously dies. As Derry is drawn deeper into a seedy ... more
  • A Confidential Man

    by Michael Embry
    Sports columnist Chase Elliott has earned a reputation around the newsroom of being a person that others can confide their deepest problems. What happens when someone goes over the line? And what if a fellow worker dies from mysterious circumstances? Will Chase break his confidences?
  • Dark Network

    by James McCrone

    If the president does it, it's legal...no matter how he got there.

    Imogen Trager, the determined heroine of the “highly suspenseful” thriller, Faithless Elector returns in Dark Network, desperate to stop a murderous conspiracy intent on seizing the presidency. The Electoral College conspiracy she helped smash may be over, but the nation is still without a president-elect.  She’ll have to fight against time, a sinister ne... more

  • Faithless Elector

    by James McCrone

    December, 2016: Everyone thought the election was over… An idealistic young researcher uncovers a series of deaths among Electors and must race against time and a secret, deadly efficient conspiracy. When Matthew Yamashita discovers a series of unexplained deaths among Electors, he and his advisor must work to get the information out and stop the plot.

    They are joined by an FBI agent, Imogen Trager. Although initially sceptical, she, too, begins to glimpse just how deep the ... more

  • Hunting in the Zoo: A Detective Pete Nazareth Novel

    by R.H. Johnson
    A serial killer has the Republican presidential candidate in his crosshairs, and NYPD detectives Pete Nazareth and Tara Gimble face the most complex case of their careers.
  • A Measure of Revenge: A Detective Pete Nazareth Novel

    by R.H. Johnson
    A madman is murdering New York City's immigrants, and it's up to NYPD Detectives Pete Nazareth and Tara Gimble to take him down in this deadly game of kill or be killed.
  • WIDOW-TAKER: A Detective Pete Nazareth Novel

    by R.H. Johnson
    A serial killer is taking the lives of widows in the New York City area, and Detective Pete Nazareth is on the case. The "Rosebud Killer" is the most dangerous criminal that Nazareth and his team have ever faced, and they continually find themselves one step behind this intelligent, seemingly mild-mannered murderer.
  • Naked Ambition

    by Rick Pullen
    Reporter Beck Rikki receives an unsolicited call sending him off to investigate a presidential candidate. He finds nothing is quite as it appears—not his sources, not his curious new love interest and especially not the story he’s pursuing. And with only days before the election, just when he thinks he’s solved the riddle, he realizes he hasn’t.
  • Sky High Stakes (Pacheco & Chino Mysteries Book 2)

    by Ted Clifton
    Murder and greed visit the high country... Tired of spending his days fishing, Ray Pacheco takes on his second assignment with his partner Tyee Chino when the state Attorney General asks them to find out just what the hell is going on in Ruidoso, New Mexico. With the town's sheriff in hospital with a mysterious illness, acting sheriff Martin Marino is running rough-shod over everyone around him. What seems like a simple assignment becomes more complicated when Marino is found dead, shot ... more
  • Dog Gone Lies (Pacheco & Chino Mysteries Book 1)

    by Ted Clifton
    Sheriff Ray Pacheco returns from his introduction in The Bootlegger’s Legacy to start a new chapter as a private investigator, along with his partners: Tyee Chino, often-drunk Apache fishing guide, and Big Jack, bait shop owner and philosopher. The trio are pulled into a mystery immediately when an abandoned show dog appears at Ray’s cabin and the dog’s owner is reported missing. Ray and his team pursue leads that bring them into confrontations with the local sheriff, the mayor, and the FBI,... more
  • Duncan Cochrane: They Tell Me You Are Wicked (Political Thriller and Murder Mystery)

    by David Hagerty
    The time is 1978, and the setting is Chicago, where Richard Daley’s death has left the political machine grasping for a successor. Into that vacuum steps Duncan Cochrane, a successful businessman with little political experience but with aspirations of becoming governor. Six weeks before election day, Duncan awakes to find his daughter has been killed in her bed. With a police investigation that seems to drag on aimlessly and time working against him, Duncan must use whatever power and influe... more
  • Spirit Of Warrnambool (The Oz-Files, Book 3)

    by Barry Metcalf
    Still believing their nemesis, Wanda Jean, is dead and buried in Broome, Martin & Claire are sent to Warrnambool to investigate a savage and despicable murder. Before they have time to collect their thoughts, more murders occur, each more bizarre than the last. Little do they suspect who is behind the latest killings, constructing a web of intrigue designed to draw the agents closer and, ultimately dispose of them. Have Claire and Martin finally met their match?
  • Intrigue At Sandy Point (The Oz-Files, Book 2)

    by Barry Metcalf
    When an undercover CIA agent is murdered at the idyllic seaside resort of Sandy Point, Martin and Claire are despatched to delve into the matter. Before their investigation can gather headway, they discover there is more going on in this laid-back beach community than meets the eye, and they are threatened with death and worse than death by men who will stop at nothing to achieve their goals.
  • Broometime Serenade (The Oz-Files, Book 1)

    by Barry Metcalf
    When authorities fail to identify human remains uncovered after a cyclone ravages the Western Australian coastline, Martin and Claire are sent to Broome, a popular holiday destination far from major population centres. The SOC (an offshoot of the Australian Security Intelligence Organisation) agents pose as new arrivals and attempt to merge with the locals in an effort to solve the baffling case and bring the killer to justice.
  • The Elitists

    by Joseph Menser
    A new novel by Joseph Menser. The Elitists follows Marshall and Jerrod in a war for the United States. The two fight for opposite sides but will soon meet.
  • Sugarland: A Jazz Age Mystery

    by Martha Conway
    In 1921, talented young jazz pianist Eve Riser is caught in a drive-by shooting that kills the bootlegger standing next to her. Rescued by Lena Hardy, the bootlegger’s sister, Eve recovers only to find that her pregnant sister Chickie has vanished. Navigating the back alleys and speakeasies of 1920s Chicago, Eve and Lena must fight racial barriers in order to save Chickie and learn the truth behind the murder.

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