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Mystery/Thriller

  • Sarai - The Sarah Somers Series

    by Lilya Myers
    ‘Sarai’ is the first book in author Lilya Myers’ Sarah Somers Series. If you love reading murder thrillers, get ready to be taken on a roller coaster ride of suspense and intrigue. Sarai is rich with a kaleidoscope of history and culture. And just when you think the ride is slowing down enough for you to take a deep breath, you're dangled over the edge of a precipice between past and present, where a serial killer is waiting. Amidst the Egyptian political turmoil of the 1980’s, an in... more
  • The Lady Killers: a Thriller

    by Shirley Eads and Jody Heymann
    Fearing his reelection is in jeopardy because of a pregnant lover, State Senator Robert Barton hires the Shark, a violent man whose business is assassination. With the Shark tracking their every move, sister detectives Kate March and Allison Chandler undertake an investigation (to find the missing girl) which will turn them from the hunters to the hunted. The stories surrounding these diverse characters combine to create a page-turning tale of suspense, revenge, and murder.
  • The Makings of a Fatherless Child

    by Chandler Alexander
    Chandler Alexander's The Makings of a Fatherless Child is a dark and riveting tale of a young boy, Amel River, growing of age in the Mississippi Delta all while trying to survive a broken home, poverty, fatherlessness, and a voice in his head that won't go away. With the wisdom of a drunken stranger King Lee, the unspoken love of his best friend Sea’Sea, and the innocent eyes of his two-year-old nephew Javion, Amel embarks on an unknown journey of truth, understanding, and forgiveness, hopin... more
  • A Scone To Die For (Oxford Tearoom Mysteries ~ Book 1)

    by H.Y. Hanna
    When an American tourist is murdered with a scone in Gemma Rose's quaint Oxfordshire tearoom, she suddenly finds herself apron-deep in a mystery involving long-buried secrets from Oxford's past. Armed with her insider knowledge of the University and with the help of four nosy old ladies from the village (not to mention a cheeky little tabby cat named Muesli), Gemma sets out to solve the mystery--all while dealing with her matchmaking mother and the return of her old college love, Devlin O'Conno... more
  • Murder At Two Rivers

    by James Ory Theall
    In this fast-moving, suspense-filled thriller, Omaha PI, Mike Delo, embarks on a new adventure at his client's home, a serene acreage, adjacent to Two Rivers State Recreational Area on the Elkhorn River. Elderly swamp rocker from the 1950s, Ricky Carl, engages Mike to find an extortionist. Mike becomes caught in a conflict with Carl's granddaughter, June, whose blocked memory of her mother's twenty-year-old unsolved murder, has left her mentally challenged. This creates complications in Mike'... more
  • The Big Interview, Book 2 in the Stella Reynolds Mystery Series

    by Libby Kirsch

    Novice TV reporter Stella Reynolds signs with a new station, excited to head to a bigger city for a better job. But when she arrives in Bristol, Virginia, she finds a sexist, mean boss, unfriendly coworkers, and a town in love with a sport she’s never even watched—NASCAR!

    Before she can unpack her bags, Stella is drawn into an investigation when a driver is killed in a fiery wreck on the track.

    Experts call his death a tragedy, but Stella has insider information that t... more

  • Perception of Power

    by Bruce Thomason
    Clay Randall is back in this exciting, fast-paced third installment of the Detective Clay Randall series. In Perception of Power, Clay faces his biggest challenge yet when a powerful politician becomes obsessed with destroying him. Filled with investigative insights, a murder for hire scheme gone awry, and surprising plot twists, the story leads the reader from the sandy Florida beaches to the Nevada desert as detectives search for answers. Conceived and written by a seasoned law enforcement pro... more
  • Degenerates

    by Neil Ostroff
    Remember to breathe while reading, and keep repeating, it’s only a book, it’s only a book! A cold-blooded psychopath with gruesome tastes for twisted pleasures is out there. Undeniably genius, this psychopath kills anywhere at any time with seeming randomness. Police officer Aaron Miller receives the shock of his career when the mayor unwittingly assigns him the case. A chance encounter leads him to investigate City Café. Something sinister bubbles below the surface of this semi-dysfunctio... more
  • Pulp

    by Neil Ostroff
    Nothing is as it seems! As pulp fiction writer, Kevin Turner’s life is unraveling he receives a panicked call from his ex-girlfriend Tina, a high-priced hooker. The mayor’s married son is dead in her bed and she needs Kevin’s assistance. As if Kevin doesn’t have enough problems. When Kevin discovers Tina’s psychotic brother chopped up and removed the body, and Kevin’s fingerprints are all over the crime scene, and the police are now finding human remains spread across the suburbs, and Tin... more
  • Frostproof

    by Neil Ostroff
    That scream… it’s your own! Some friendships are best forgotten. Coping with deep financial difficulties and a failing marriage, Niles Goodman is delighted when a figure from his past, Cody Larson, shows with a map and story of buried riches. Embarking on a two thousand mile trip, the journey quickly escalates into horrifying episodes of violence, greed, and terror. Along their route, road kill are people. After each murder, Cody philosophically justifies the slaughter, nicknaming his chil... more
  • Fall of Indian Summer

    by Kathleen Rhoads Carpenter
    When Julie Dalton, a pretty, young English teacher in Berry Twp., a Northeastern suburb, is founded murdered in the school's field house, KADO DOLAN, a 60-year old retired teacher is asked to teach her classes. The victim has left a clue on the dusty blackboard in her classroom. As a result many possible killers emerge: a fellow teacher, a former student, a jealous sister, an unhappy student, an angry cheerleader, and a high school beau. GEORGE CLEWS, the Police Chief and former student of Kado'... more
  • U.S. vs. Welkner

    by Sonny Hayes
    There’s a dirty little secret orbiting just over 22,000 kilometers above the earth. ‘The company’ has created an advanced satellite system that allows them to surreptitiously manipulate and bilk financial institutions, money exchanges and stock markets worldwide out of trillions of dollars. Rick Welkner and his brother, Brian, have stumbled upon this system and use it to covertly relieve the Las Vegas casinos out of millions. It’s exciting for a while and they soon find that they have more... more
  • Starfall

    by John Hegenberger
    In March 1959, the nation was introduced to the Mercury 7 astronauts while a hard-luck private eye working undercover for Walt Disney searches Hollywood and his soul to learn who killed the 8th candidate for America’s first man into space.
  • The Ice Cream War: A Mystery of Hot Fudge and Murder

    by Paul Janson
    A mystery of rival ice cream shops in a small town in middle America. Jerry, a California surfer, returns to his home town and opens an ice cream shop where he is giving away his ice cream. This threatens Mary owner of the only other ice cream shop in town with disaster until there is a murder in Jerry's shop. Mary find herself reluctantly trying to prove that Jerry didn't kill anyone, although she thought of killing him to save her shop, and Jerry ends up working beside her in her ice cream sho... more
  • Crossfire

    by John Hegenberger
    In 1988, a burnt-out Midwest PI faces a series of bizarre deaths while investigating industrial espionage that threatens the Summer Olympics.
  • SPYFALL

    by John Hegenberger
    Here’s Stan Wade, L.A. PI, in the first of a series of six “noirstagia” novels from 1959. SPYFALL is your E-ticket to a nuclear threat hidden from the public until 2012. The insightful tale teams Ian Fleming of MI6, Walt Disney of the FBI, and a hard-luck private eye searching his past for truth, justice and… well, you know. With appearances by Karloff, Steinbeck, Cohen and Flynn, SPYFALL is a rollicking ride into a past that never was… or was it?

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