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Mystery/Thriller

  • Leah

    by Dana K. Haffar
    On a still summer's day on the island of Puerto Franco, darkness falls after eleven-year-old Leah wades into the sea and disappears. For days, her distraught mother Cristina and her little boy Sebastian watch the search boats scour the waters for the missing girl. Leah is not found. Sickened and devastated by the fishermen's decision to call off the search, Cristina shuts herself off in her home, convinced that Leah will return. Meanwhile, freakish weather and unexpected storms lead the islander... more
  • Brutal Silence

    by Margaret Dardess
    After narrowly escaping a seemingly random kidnapping by human traffickers while on vacation in Mexico, and then only at the death of another woman who escapes with her, Alex Harrington risks everything, including her life to find justice for the women she was unable to save. She returns home to the southern town of Dalton, North Carolina, and when another young woman seeks refuge in the free clinic she runs, she discovers that human traffickers are operating even in her own hometown. She teams... more
  • Cold Powder

    by Karuna S
    She lives in Kalimpong. Married to a successful businessman, she is attracted to his partner. Is the partner who he says he is? What does he want? Does he love her or is he using her? She is torn between the two, as she helps her husband smuggle out drugs. A tale of passion and crime, the book will leave you spellbound for more.
  • The Oreo File

    by Carol Van Strum
    Music, baseball, lost penguins, and murder grip a coastal town in the Pacific Northwest. When Molly Matthissen is arrested for the murder of an FBI agent, she is caught up in a small-town legal system that has already determined her guilt. Children and friends from her tight-knit community desperately seek the evidence that will prove her innocence, while protecting penguin climate refugees from a media circus.
  • Murder Finds a Home

    by Winnfred Smith
    John Stone is a computer guy with a knack for solving mysteries. And he’s been asked by his close friend, Elliot, to come to California and find why an employee was murdered and who done it. Stone finds himself getting bits and pieces that don’t fit anywhere. He gets clues that don’t seem like clues till another person provides the glue. In the midst of solving the murder, he finds himself colliding with women who are delicious, devious, or deadly. Suspicious police steer his progress down one-w... more
  • The Santiago Inheritance

    by Carol Dougherty
    Could you know someone so well that he became a stranger? Or had he always been a stranger that you convinced yourself you knew? Anna Peregrino, daughter of a US diplomat, wife of a Chilean journalist, and mother of two rambunctious boys, is oblivious to the undercurrents of life in Pinochet’s Chile. Until the day her husband is dragged away by soldiers moments after asking her for a divorce. Anna is plunged into the terrors of a brutal regime, fighting to protect her children, her husband, and ... more
  • Sidewinder (The Halcyon Files Book 1)

    by Daniel Foster
    Either Kate's love was worth nothing to Thomas... or maybe it was worth everything. Maybe it was worth enough to commit murder. Pictures don't lie, even when they accuse a loving, devoted husband of murder. Thomas was a brilliant detective, but his last case was never solved because it ended with his disappearance. The reason now seems clear, but Kate won't believe it. She can't. And she'll prove his innocence, no matter what the cost. Corruption and deceit cloud her way, but in the middle of... more
  • Circle of Trust (Close Enough To Kill Series) (Volume 2)

    by Jacqueline Simon Gunn
    A gruesome murder… Radio psychologist Jacob Temple is found dead on the floor of his den. A gaping wound in his neck, lacerations crisscrossing his chest, a fork bored into each eye. No break-in. No evidence. Bouncing back and forth in time, the story of Jacob Temple’s life unfolds as told by the people closest to him, particularly his ex-girlfriend Jane Light, who has been stalking Jacob for nineteen years, ever since he left her. Still reeling from her boyfriend Noah’s murder, Kadee Car... more
  • Circle of Truth (Close Enough to Kill)

    by Jacqueline Simon Gunn
    Psychological profiler Kadee Carlisle works with New York City Homicide Detectives Poole and Gibbs to solve murder cases. In their most recent case, they learn the two people charged with the murder of Dr. Jacob Temple are not the perpetrators. With little evidence and even fewer leads, Kadee must help the detectives find Jacob’s killer while struggling with the decision to reveal new information about her ex-boyfriend Noah Donovan’s murder. It could point to a new killer—one who may be too clos... more
  • A Taste for Killing

    by Paul Trueman
    BEN HICKSON, a former British Army Paratrooper and an ex member of the elite Special Air Service, wakes to find himself strapped to a homemade electric chair. His execution is timed to take place in just under 12 hours. What makes matters worse is the fact that the next 11 hours 41 minutes would be watched by the world and his dog, as he executioner has set up a live feed to View tube, and he is stark bollock naked to boot! For Chief Inspector Ted Baxter and his partner Annie Harris, the pressur... more
  • Murder Aboard the Queen Elizabeth II

    by stephen murray
    Wealthy Beverly Hills socialites, Brian and Sylvia, are celebrating their 25th Anniversary on a cruise from London to New York on the luxurious QEII. Joining the couple’s a joyous excursion is their rebellious daughter and her controlling husband, their scheming son and his wily girlfriend, six of their longtime dearest friends, and a surprise visitor from their past. Also on board is private eye Richard Manning, who volunteers to investigate when a member of the party dies of unnatural causes.... more
  • The Redemption of Joseph Heinz (The Checkpoint, Berlin Detective Series Book 3)

    by Michele E. Gwynn
    The Kommissar is back, and going rogue in St. Petersburg! A new lead on a cold case offers a path to redemption. A ledger containing the names of abducted girls recovered during the Ivchencko affair offers renewed hope. With his wedding to his partner, Birgitta Mahler, drawing near, Detective Heinz must find a way to close the door on his guilt once and for all. But will his decision to investigate the disappearance of Marlessa Schubert lead him to an answer he can live with or an early grave? A... more
  • The Girl in the Mirror

    by Jennifer L Rowlands
    Samantha Campbell was a stay-at-home mother of two with a crumbling marriage when she watched a handprint form on her bathroom mirror before her eyes. The handprint of a missing girl: Annie Landy. Following clues and dreams from Annie, Samantha does all she can to solve the case. In the end, Samantha's left to decide whether she’ll let her own life fall apart in order to learn the truth about the missing girl. 
  • Show Her

    by T. L. Curtis
    Erika is the perfect woman in 2090, Louisville, Kentucky. She is flawlessly beautiful, married to the wealthiest man in the region, desired by nearly every person that she meets, and even has her own reputable business showing people how to live life as impeccably as she does. Since overcoming a heinous personal trauma at the age of 11, this is the happiest Erika has ever been. However, when her husband's first mistress reveals herself, Erika's pristine world view starts to crack. Before... more
  • To Catch a Fox

    by Greg Morton
    Is he the hunter or the hunted? Virgil “Bear” Ryan and his team from Halo Mountaineering have been pushed to the edge and into the world of international conspiracy and danger. Charlie and Samantha lead the search for an ancient treasure deep in the jungles of South America, but are they the only ones who are following the clues left behind by the Incas? Virgil and Elizabeth are half a world away searching for clues that may lead them to an elusive villain responsible for putting a mem... more
  • The Fury of the Bear

    by Greg Morton
    The Fury of the Bear is the first novel to feature Virgil "Bear" Ryan, a seasoned paramedic, sheriff's deputy and mountain rescuer, and his tight knit team from Colorado. A sixty year old plane crash in the Andes Mountains brings Elizabeth Rush, a well polished and well financed woman to their door, with a big job of salvaging the site, but very little information regarding its importance. The salvage of clues at the crash site has also put in motion The Fox, an expatriate American who m... more

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