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Mystery/Thriller

  • The Benghazi Affair: A Hillary Clinton Parody (Hillary Clinton Secret Agent Parody Series Book 1)

    by W.E. Salud
    Hillary Clinton: First Lady, Senator from New York, Secretary of State . . . Secret Agent Unbeknownst to the American people, Hillary Clinton leads a secret life as a secret agent in this political satire of the former Secretary of State and presidential candidate. In The Benghazi Affair, Hillary must make her hardest choices yet as she embarks on a mission to investigate the mysterious circumstances surrounding the incident in Benghazi, Libya . . .
  • That Melvin Bray

    by Margaret McBride
    Having been raised in abject poverty with an abusuve alcoholic father, Maggie attempts to reconcile with Lizzy's help, the agonizing truths of her childhood and Melvin Bray by finally addressing the constant anxiety, fear and anger affecting her life. These two lifelong friends revisit childhood memories while divine intervention guides them on a path to transform the tragically broken lives of Ballen and Katherine, a couple whose young son disappeared without a trace decades before.
  • If I Should Remember

    by K.D. Van Brunt

    Memories make us human. Are we still alive if we can’t remember?

    Seventeen-year-old Zoe Laleigh has accepted that sometimes the only way to survive today is to wipe away the past. That’s what her loving parents and dedicated psychiatrist are helping her do—forget. What, she’s not entirely sure. All she knows is when an entire year of recollections goes missing, there’s definitely something wrong.

    Sometimes the past isn’t so easily forgotten&hell... more

  • To Ithaca

    by J.C.Graeme
    If you like sailing or even if you don’t, if you like Greece and its quirky anarchic culture, if you have a little interest in the modern history of Greece and the rise of the right wing Golden Dawn party, then this thriller/novel will be of interest to you. When there is a knock on his door at night Douglas opens it to find a tall dark girl there. She gives him a package and tells him he must come to Greece. His brother is ill and needs him. Leaving his orderly, comfortable life Douglas trav... more
  • The Reveal: A Detectives Seagate and Miner Mystery Book 6

    by Mike Markel
    Many citizens in the small college town of Rawlings, Montana, are unsurprised to learn that Virginia Rinaldi, the world-famous sociologist, was murdered. A few are secretly pleased. Her political enemies knew her as an ideologue who used insults, threats, and blackmail to promote her unpopular social views. When Detectives Seagate and Miner begin their investigation, they discover that a local prostitute had recently moved into the professor’s house, angering Rinaldi’s college-age son. And when ... more
  • Utopian Day

    by C.L. Wells
    International crime, kidnapping, and murder intertwine themselves in this novel about three convicted felons who are attempting to change their criminal ways and build something positive out of their lives. Suddenly, James, Laura, and J.T. are pulled back into the world of crime as they are blackmailed into helping to steal 80 million dollars. With no one to trust, the authorities on their trail, and the clock ticking down they must each confront their own beliefs about what is right and wrong... more
  • Fractures: A Detectives Seagate and Miner Mystery

    by Mike Markel
    The fracking boom in eastern Montana has minted a handful of new millionaires and one billionaire: Lee Rossman, the president of Rossman Mining and the leading philanthropist in the small city of Rawlings. Rossman is the last person Detectives Seagate and Miner expected to discover dead in the alley next to a strip club. Later, when Lee's son is found out at the rigs, with significant internal injuries, numerous broken bones, and a belly full of fracking liquid, the detectives know the two crime... more
  • No Reason for Insanity: A Haszard Narrative

    by Kevin E. Hatt

    No Reason for Insanity is a tale of intrigue, concentrating on the thoughts and actions of Haszard, the narrator. It is a whodunit with dark, and occasionally light humour, using lateral thinking as Haszard works through the bizarre murders to discover links. There is tension and danger throughout, plus a desperate fight for survival.

    Intrigued by the bizarre events surrounding the murder of a friend, Haszard is asked by the family to look in to the matter. Against the advice of his fri... more

  • Oath Stone

    by Claire H Brukman
    As Colin McGrath and his seven-year-old daughter embark for Hare Island in autumn, he is given grave warning. Don't go after the leaves drop, says the old groundskeeper. A moist wind picks up but Colin will not be swayed off course. The island is where he and his wife Alice met as children. She was the bright but crippled daughter of a wealthy Boston couple. Colin was the illegitimate son of her housekeeper. They formed an unlikely bond and swore an oath under shallow-rooted trees and distant co... more
  • Broken Promises

    by Donna M. Zadunajsky
    Two years after their marriage, Jim Culback wasn’t the man Clare thought he was. How many more broken promises could she accept? After packing and moving everything they owned from Ohio to Naples, Florida, she actually thought their marriage would improve. But as time went by, she couldn’t take the beatings, lies or cheating any longer. But could her husband be capable of homicide? Is Jim responsible for the murders of two women? A detective from Chicago is put on the case to help solve the murd... more
  • HELP ME!

    by Donna M. Zadunajsky
    A novella about a boy named Mick and his struggles with life. His parent’s divorce and a friend’s suicide make his world unbearable. Each “cut” has a deeper meaning. A cry for help. “I spin my dad’s Ruger SP101 revolver on the wood floor of my bedroom. Sometimes, just to see what it feels like, I place the tip of the gun against my temple, but I never once pull the trigger. NO!” “I’m more into the slice of the blade against my skin and the blood running down my arm.” “It relieves so much p... more
  • Where Evil Lurks

    by Joseph Squatrito
    How far will a rouge N.Y.P.D. Cop go to get what he believes should his. Joey, Chaz, Sal and Michael were best friends in high school.Theresa was Joey's sister was a real knock out beauty who only had eyes for Chaz. Growing up on the streets of Bensonhurst Brooklyn taught the boys how to survive. That's why Joey , Chaz and Michael became NYPD policemen. Sal took a different path and became a lawyer.Michael always secretly desired Theresa, who turned rouge after she married Chaz. He was into drug... more
  • SIX LITTLE SCARS

    by Ron Gambrell

    SIX LITTLE SCARS--Inspired by trued events.

    While working in a slaughterhouse, Johnny Lee Smith overhears two co-workers talking about their participation in the beating, raping, and branding of his sister. His life is changed forever. This epic story follows Johnny Lee as he joins his father and uncles on their relentless search for justice.

  • In the Forest of Light and Dark

    by Mark Kasniak
    With one look at her you would think that Cera Singer from Saraland, Alabama is your typical teenage girl from a rural Southern Gulf town. That is, she faces all the problems you would expect a seventeen-year-old would face; boys, drugs, fitting in, her upcoming senior year, and on top of that getting her first car on the road. But what Cera doesn't know yet is what will ultimately set Cera apart from all the other girls her age. Cera is a witch. In this supernatural thriller, you’ll be take... more
  • Blinders

    by Michael Amon
    A newbie from Omaha becomes immersed in the strange secret underground world of high-stakes gambling on wine tasting competitions. A breakneck plot and a number of unforgettable characters all race towards the final hustle, through a series of unforeseen plot twists.
  • The ISIS Lone Wolf Trigger

    by Nik Venture
    According to surveys, 31 percent of Americans believe the “end times” are approaching. With Evangelicals, the numbers rise to 77 percent, and, among Protestants, 54 percent agreed that "the world is currently living in the 'end times' as described by prophecies in the Bible." At least half, or more, Muslims believe they will live to see the return of the Mahdi, a messianic figure they believe will begin the final events of the Muslim calendar. A tiny fraction of those people are unwilling to... more

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