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Mystery/Thriller

  • Once in a DARK DREAM

    by willow love
    I am dedicating this story to my lost love, who was a wonderful man, and who lived through the cruel hardships in the Vietnam War. I am stating for the record, that none of the characters in the story are real and that the story is not based on anyone living or dead. Any of the places in this story are used fictitiously. This story was a dark dream my beloved husband had. He had always wished he could have met me when I was younger. I can not reveal what character he played in the story, becaus... more
  • Ripples

    by Kenneth E. Olson

    One Bullet. That's all it took to change Doug Larson's life forever. Now, nearly thirty years later, a madman has returned for vengeance, forcing Doug to face his guilt in the death of a loved one. Every action creates a ripple. This one created a tidal wave. And his two children are directly in its path.

  • HIs First His Second

    by A. D. Davies
    Assigned to the case of two kidnap-murders in a cold northern city, the annoyingly-perky Detective Sergeant Alicia Friend must track the killer, but the third victim’s highly-skilled father runs his own investigation, clashing with the police at every turn.
  • Skeleton Sea

    by Toni Dwiggins
    ** Mystery at Sea ** A mystery at sea plunges forensic geologists Cassie Oldfield and Walter Shaws into deadly waters. When a boat is found deserted off the California coast, it looks to be a simple fishing accident. But there is nothing ordinary going on here. The geologists track the strange incident to an even stranger project. Someone with toxic skills is at work in this sea. If the lethal project is completed, the outcome will be unstoppable.
  • The Hidden

    by Jo Chumas
    A dark mystery spanning two generations, The Hidden is set in Cairo, Egypt during the 1919 nationalist riots, and 1940, when the city is under threat of invasion by the Nazis. Aimee Ibrahim is searching for the killer of her husband, when she meets Taha Farouk, a newspaper editor who takes her on a devastating journey back in time to meet the mother she never knew. All the secrets of Aimee's past are written in her mother's diary. What she discovers will haunt her forever.
  • The Unforgiven

    by Jo Chumas
    London, 1968 Twenty-six-year-old Rana Maddox, codenamed Domino, has caught the attention of British Intelligence. Her secret liaison with the United Kingdom's War Minister, Robert MacDowell has made headline news, and the Government has gone into crisis mode. Added to this, her brother, top nuclear physicist Alexandre Rigaud, has vanished in Istanbul, and the Government suspects foul play. Agent Harry Dean has been told to follow Rana wherever she goes and report on her every move. Harry... more
  • Transformed: San Francisco

    by Suzanne Falter & Jack Harvey
    Charley McElroy is a handsome, well-heeled travel writer and CIA informant who also happens to be an F-to-M transman. And he’s been recently benched by the Agency for not paying his taxes. On the other side of San Francisco, Electra, a Manhattan socialite-turned-dominatrix has just arrived to rebuild her life. After they meet at yet another boring society benefit, the two manage to uncover a Christian fundamentalist’s plot to destroy the ‘hedonists’ of San Francisco. Then they encounter Frankie,... more
  • Cold-Blooded

    by Lisa Regan
    Fourteen years ago, high school track star Sydney Adams was gunned down in Philadelphia’s Fairmount Park. The investigation yielded useless clues, and the case went cold. But homicide detective Augustus Knox never gave up on finding Sydney’s killer. Now, retired from the police force and with only months to live, he enlists the help of private investigator Jocelyn Rush to clear the case once and for all. Armed with little more than a theory as to who murdered Sydney, Jocelyn tries to lure a ... more
  • The Flame

    by Mark A Evans
    We follow the adventures of Julie, a high school freshman living in a small midcoast Maine town. \tAt a time of loss, Julie discovers that she has a very rare ability which will alter the future for her and her brother Ed. \tThey have so much to learn and no one to help them. \tA boarding camp in the middle of the Maine woods, and strangers from distant countries await them. A mystery is afoot, and they are the only ones who can solve it.
  • Wanderlust

    by Simon Foster
    After 9/11, Aussie expat Luke Bales refuses to follow his estranged wife and daughter back to Sydney, determined to make a success of his New York bar, The Billabong. But when a hot fashion student goes missing from the bar, Luke’s liquor license is threatened and his sidekick placed under suspicion. To keep his dream alive, Luke must follow a bloody trail through the five boroughs, soon realizing that evil can strike thousands of miles from home. Or just around the corner.
  • Outside Forces: Days of Reckoning

    by R E Swirsky
    Quiet and reserved eighteen year old Michael Crowder finally has his first girlfriend. But it's not that simple. Lucy has yet to break up with her current boyfriend, Johnny, who she has come to fear and insists they keep their relationship secret until she can rid herself of Johnny. When Johnny turns up unexpectedly at Lucy's apartment, Michael scrambles and hides beneath Lucy's bed. An argument ensues between Lucy and Johnny that ends with Lucy being violently abducted. This heinous act draws... more
  • Murder A La Carte: The 4th Nikki Hunter Mystery (Nikki Hunter Mysteries)

    by Nancy Skopin
    Murder A La Carte is the fourth novel in a mystery series featuring Private Investigator, Nicoli “Nikki” Hunter. Nikki lives aboard a 46-foot sailboat on the California coast and rents a ground floor office in the marina complex where her boat is docked. In Murder A La Carte, an abused nine-year-old boy comes to Nikki’s office, and asks her to find out who killed his mom. Meanwhile, Nikki’s significant other, Detective Bill Anderson, is investigating the homicide of a registered sex offender. I... more
  • Memories (Firehouse Family)

    by Laurie Loveman
    The first in the series of Firehouse Family books, MEMORIES begins the story of the tumultuous, passionate, and forbidden love affair of Jake McCann and Laura Darvey. In the height of Prohibition in June, 1932, after suffering the terrible loss of his firefighter friends in one fire, followed by the death of his wife and son in another fire, former New York City Fire Captain Jake McCann is appointed fire chief in the small town of Woodhill, Ohio. The town may be small, but the trouble and tur... more
  • Three Corner Rustlers

    by K. Hamilton
    Inspired by real life incidents, author K. Hamilton combines the elements of a western with the 20th century. Paths intersect and twist from Silicon Valley, to Colorado, to the wide open spaces of the high desert of the three corner country of Oregon, Idaho, and Nevada. It’s a contemporary story with an estranged daughter, Carson, returning to her childhood home, C.J., an ex-con whose life is changed by a mentor, a wild Mustang named Rio, a criminal network of cattle thieves, Federal agents, hig... more
  • Angel With a Gun

    by Joe DeCicco

    Not all cops are angels. But a few go bad, real bad. Mike Romano is just a beat officer, but now he finds himself facing police corruption and worse. He joined the force to stop a child molester from preying on his neighborhood, but to make the collar stick he has to follow procedure. Now he's about to find out that there is no set procedure for staying alive. 

  • Baby Please Don't Go

    by Frank Freudberg
    Lock, an investigator for Child Protective Services, desperately wants a family — and Natalie, a mother trying to win custody and a divorce settlement, needs his help. But as Lock loses himself in his new obsession, his plan takes a dark turn in this enthralling psychological thriller!

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