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Mystery/Thriller

  • The Convenient Cadaver (Grandma Bertha Solving Murders Book 1)

    by Matt Ferraz
    When Grandma Bertha moved to her son’s place, she brought along three dogs, several cases of beer and many, many horror film DVDs. While her daughter-in-law insists on the idea of sending Grandma Bertha to a retirement home, a dead girl appears near the house, shot three times in the back. Many years ago, Grandma Bertha let a murderer escape for not trusting in her own detective abilities. Now, armed with her wit and wisdom, she decides to solve that crime before the police. Could this crazy dog... more
  • The Last Train

    by Michael Pronko
    THE LAST TRAIN is the debut Tokyo-based thriller by multi-award-winning author Michael Pronko. In the novel, Detective Hiroshi Shimizu is an investigator of white collar crime in Tokyo. He’s lost his girlfriend and still dreams of his time studying in America, but with a stable job, his own office and a half-empty apartment, he’s settled in. When an American businessman turns up dead, his mentor Takamatsu calls him out to the site of a grisly murder in a train station. A glimpse from a secur... more
  • The Owner: Albert Pabek Thriller (Volume 1)

    by Shane Simpson
    Big business killed Albert's father in a bloody workplace incident. Ten years later, the Great Recession economically displaced his livelihood when he was fired from Metal Presses Incorporated. When nothing is left and you've reached your limit for abuse, it's time to release the inner vigilante.
  • Lightning: The Book of Luke and Gina (Day Zero) (Volume 3)

    by BJ Hyman
    Lightning Luke lived past Day Zero, the day he was appointed to die. As a result, he faded from the world in such a way that he may as well be a ghost. Even to his wife, Gina. Until… Fate lands Gina right in the crosshairs of the Angel of Death and her own Day Zero. Death is a formidable foe. Especially when he has helpers. A killing crew has been hired to take Gina out for being a witness – showing up in the wrong place at the wrong time. Suddenly, Gina can see Luke again af... more
  • Captive: The Story of Reuben in the Hole (Day Zero) (Volume 2)

    by BJ Hyman
    Reuben has been cast into a sinkhole for the terrible things he did. Which would be bad enough, but he's also Immortal and the ones who put him there have no intention of letting him out. Ever. They may not even try to take care of him while he's down there. And why should they? He wouldn't. He would toss them and leave... except to maybe return for a bit of torture. Oh, yes. That's why they imprisoned him. Those naughty, yet delightful, things that he loves to do. The one positive: ... more
  • Day Zero: The Book of Patrick (Volume 1)

    by BJ Hyman
    Living past the day you are destined to die has consequences. "It is appointed once for man to die, then the judgement." Hebrews 9:27 Patrick began his day like any other. But this was not just any other day. This was the day he was supposed to die. And Death is very persistent. There is no rescheduling. There is no cancellation policy. If he can live through this one day, it's just the beginning. He finds a world of people who have slipped into the gap between life and death, walking... more
  • Maryquest

    by Norm Minor
    American journalist Mary travels to Algeria to investigate the brutal death of her college roommate, also a journalist and colleague. Once there, she builds a family around her in a country unwelcoming of reporters to the point of criminal violence. When her plane explodes after leaving Algeria, it perhaps shouldn't come as a surprise. The death of her twin sister throws Janet's life in the United States into upheaval as she prepares her own trip to Algeria to find answers. She's met with sus... more
  • Remember, Remember: a Sherlock Holmes and Lucy James Mystery (The Sherlock Holmes and Lucy James Mysteries) (Volume 3)

    by Anna Elliott
    A lovely American actress awakens in London on a cold morning in 1897 - lying face down on the concrete pavement outside the British Museum. She has no memories. She does not even know who she is, although she has a vague recollection of the name Sherlock Holmes. What she believes is that she has may have just killed someone, and that someone is definitely trying to kill her. As she searches for clues to her true identity, she will learn that she is not the only target. Unless she can defeat her... more
  • Games of Mind

    by Dennis Quiles
    When former naval intelligence officer Jack Steele opens a letter from his aunt, he makes an immediate decision to head to Nome, Alaska. Although he hasn?t seen Marie in twenty years, he?s concerned when she tells him her husband, Uncle Jimmy, is in trouble. From the moment Jack picks up that envelope, he knows he?s about to enter a situation better left alone. But loyalty to family is stronger than a gut feeling. Jack, a private investigator with Connor, Steele & Harrison Private Investi... more
  • The Last Valentine (Labyrinth of Love Letters)

    by Felix Alexander

    The fate of two best friends and the secret love between them is known only to a mysterious figure who offers to aid one in hiding the truth from the other...lest their lives and love meet a tragic end.

    When Olivia Villalobos finds a bloodstained love letter she endeavors to deliver it before Chief Inspector Sedeño finds it in her possession.

    A city along the southern coast of Puerto Rico emerges in the aftermath of the Spanish-American War. Olivia, daughter of a drunkard p... more

  • Facade

    by Susan Cory
    Smart and gutsy architect, Iris Reid, is plunged into the dark world surrounding a missing Cambridge schoolgirl. One of the girl's last visits was to Xander DeWitt, Harvard's handsome guest starchitect, who denies that they ever met. Only Iris can provide an alibi that will allow DeWitt to keep his perfect life, but can she actually vouch for his innocence? KIRKUS says: "Cory gleefully breezes through subplots and twists with a resourceful protagonist at the helm...Supporting characters ar... more
  • The Quiet Type

    by Summer Prescott

    Tim and Susannah have ordinary lives on the surface, he’s a mortician for whom death is a serious business, and she’s a chef who really knows her way around a knife, but if the neighbors in their small Midwestern town knew of her dark hobby, they’d run for the hills.

    Raised by an apathetic mother and a cruel father, Susannah was bullied and pushed to her breaking point long before she met mild-mannered Tim, and has learned to channel her murderous impulses into a stran... more

  • Priceless (Perilous Book 3)

    by Tamara Hart Heiner
    It’s been two years since Jaci and her friends were kidnapped by The Hand and ultimately escaped. Jaci has done her best to re-assimilate into high school society, to put that terrifying experience behind her. As a runner on the cross-country team and the almost-girlfriend of a popular football star, it seems as if her future is finally falling into place. When a series of weird, innocuous notes begin to show up at her house and in her locker, Jaci assumes her brother is playing jokes on her.... more
  • Dying for Data: Adina Donati, Accidental Sleuth (Volume 2)

    by Cassidy Salem
    A rival suitor and a deadly attack are enough to put a damper on any date. Just when Adina's social life is looking up, her night out is interrupted by the scream of police sirens. Afraid her bartender boyfriend might be accused of murder, Adina's neighbor enlists her assistance, and in the process exposes her to the seamier side of illegal immigration and crime in the city. Hard as she tries to limit her involvement, the more Adina learns, the more she needs to know - until a case of mistake... more
  • Secrets Hidden Behind Closed Doors

    by Marshall Hanlon
    Morris Frost has a filthy job. He takes covert illegal photographs of couples getting it on and sells the photos for top dollar to his greasy boss, Bernie. Bernie does with the photos what he wants, but Morris knows a lot of his dealings end in blackmail. Still, it?s great pay, and Morris is good at what he does, until he meets Ciara. She?s a charming waitress he talks up at the local diner, but she?s also sleeping with a high profile married man. When Morris snaps her picture, he knows he can ... more
  • The Corrupt Costermonger

    by Joe Carr
    ?I might also tell them that you have threatened me with a knife.? ?You bastard.? ?You may be right. So how do you want to play this game?? This is part of a conversation between the head of the local drug squad and the trusted informant of another police department who appears to be floundering in the changing world of drugs, murder, illegal immigrants, and terrorists. Det. Sgt. Ron O?Neill, after answering a telephone call, is drawn into an enquiry that is career-changing for him.

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