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Mystery/Thriller

  • The Lion Hotel

    by Philip Jones
    Readers are transported to the historical town of Shrewsbury. The Lion Hotel provides the setting for a story in which a detective’s daughter is wrongly accused of a crime. One might have expected her father, Inspector Horace no less, to have easily been able to prove her innocence, but things never quite work out that way when you are a teenager. Fortunately, Florence is quite capable of remaining one step ahead of her father and the hotel staff. Florence’s predicament begins, in her mind, when... more
  • More Julius Katz and Archie

    by Dave Zeltserman
    The award-winning Julius Katz mysteries have delighted readers since first appearing in Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine in 2009. These stories introduced readers to Boston's most brilliant, eccentric, and possibly laziest detective, as well as the most unique sidekick in the annals of detective fiction: a tiny marvel of whizbang computer technology named Archie who has the heart and soul of a hard-boiled P.I. This second volume of Julius Katz mystery stories starts where the first volume THE JU... more
  • Technology and gadgets

    by gadget review
    Technology is becoming more social, adaptive, and customized, and as a result, it can be a fantastic teaching tool. That stated, as parents, we need to establish boundaries. Today, software is connecting kids to online learning communities, tracking kids' progress through lessons and games, and customizing each students' experience.
  • Echoes in the Woods

    by Georgina Scott
    One of these days, I am going to kill you, kill you slowly, and before I bury you, I am going to watch you burn!” Jake Evan said. Jake is the youngest of four boys who holds the same hatred for his alcoholic father as his father holds for him, for reasons not known by Jake. His mother, Faith, may hold the key to the hatred and the reasons behind Jake’s behaviour. Desperately trying to keep her family together, will she survive the trials and tribulations of what’s ahead or will she succumb and f... more
  • The Renegade Spy Project

    by Terri Selting David
    Wren is impulsive, curious, and always in trouble. When her STEM club is accused of a crime, can her flaws become their greatest asset to catch the real thief? Wren Sterling has a problem. She knows she's super smart and a good friend, but no matter how hard she tries, she can't shake her reputation as a troublemaker. It feels like the only people who believe in her are her three best friends in the Renegade Girls Tinkering Club. She’d hoped middle school would be different, but when her inab... more
  • The Woman Who Loved Sunflowers

    by Brooks Mencher
    The fifth book in the Yarn Woman, “The Woman Who Loved Sunflowers,” takes Ruth M, the Yarn Woman, from San Francisco to California’s Central Valley in search of Mrs. Jill Lynch, who disappeared on her weekly trip from Oakland to San Francisco to volunteer at humanitarian nonprofit. At first glance it seems like Mrs. Lynch has been living a quiet suburban life with her husband, leaving home every Wednesday to help pack knitted woolens to ship to war-torn areas of the Middle East. But when Ruth ... more
  • 979-8729721887

    by Bruce Miles
    A university research team and a television crew discover the forest has more dangers than wild animals when they find themselves caught in a battle between outlaw marijuana growers and a group searching for Hernando De Soto’s fabled lost treasure in an unexplored section of the Ouachita National Forest.
  • The South Coast

    by John H. Matthews
  • Ice in the Blood

    by Bryan Cassiday
    Hard-hitting crime stories from the edge of madness and terror where murderers, serial killers, and sociopaths skulk along the streets of Los Angeles by day and night. The skies may be sunny, but the streets of the city are cold as ice and teeming with dissolution that spreads across the entire country like a miasma of evil reaching all the way to the Florida Keys. Corruption drips from the seats of power and infects everyone below. In the land of the dollar, money is not only king it’s the o... more
  • Hunt for the Wild Pue'o

    by Bill Thesken
    Hunt for the Wild - Book #3. Jack, Malia, Max, Keoni, and Kenji live on a small Hawaiian island in the middle of the Pacific Ocean. Over the past few months they’ve searched the valleys behind their little town, looking for the ancient King’s long lost taro that brings super powers. So far they’ve been woefully unsuccessful. But they have another chance. Everyone knows if you see an owl in flight it brings good luck. Jack’s dad scored a cabin in the mountains for the weekend, and they’re heading... more
  • Before She Was Taken

    by Marjory Kaptanoglu
    Book Two of the Before Series - A time-travel tale of abduction and redemption A freak occurrence gives twenty-five-year-old Rebecca Danser the ability to travel through time without altering it. Her life is a mess because her younger sister disappeared on her watch when they were both children. Finally, she has the chance to learn what really happened that day. She travels back in time to witness the abduction firsthand. Armed with new knowledge, she pursues the villain through past an... more
  • The Kitten

    by Laurie Jameson
    “Sexual crimes against children are a unique type of brutality. They condemn the victim to a lifetime of hell with repercussions that reach far beyond the life of the abuser. We hear about these atrocities all the time and feel powerless to stop them. But what if you could do something? If you could spare even one child the loss of their innocence in such a cruel manner, would you? The Kitten tells the story of Chelle McCall, a sexual abuse survivor who dedicates her life to hunting pedophil... more
  • Requiem for Geraldine Gerbil

    by J. Stewart Willis
    When Daphne O'Hanlon, an author of children's boos, is found shot to death, police detectives find many potential murderers. They discover that O'Hanlon didn't write her books. She published under her name stories created by her daughter who ha become resentful that she is receiving no credit. As the story develops, the detectives learn that O'Hanlon has many enemies. The question is not just who did it, but if it were done by one person, or two, or by the wind.
  • Ghost (The Justice Chronicles Book 1)

    by Michael Jack Webb
    Best-selling, award-winning author and master storyteller Michael Jack Webb weaves a Supernatural Serial Killer tale like none you’ve ever read. Enter a world where nothing is what it appears to be, and every clue leads an extraordinary young woman deep into the heart of darkness and beyond. Kate Justice, the FBI’s youngest Profiler, is assigned to find a serial killer with supernatural abilities. The killer is elusive, cunning, and seemingly invincible. Kate races against time to disc... more
  • Nighthawks

    by Lambert Nagle
    A Mafia boss addicted to beautiful art. A Catholic priest who knows too much. A modern-day Jay Gatsby. And a woman on the run. Disgraced London detective Stephen Connor is given an ultimatum: take a transfer to Rome or kiss his career goodbye. With his love life in tatters and his confidence at an all-time low, can Stephen find the world's most valuable painting before it disappears forever?
  • The Third Nanny

    by Michele PW (Pariza Wacek)
    Janey hadn’t heard from her sister Kelly since she ran away from home eight years ago. Until the day the letter arrived. A disturbing letter. But before Janey could make contact, Kelly disappeared again. And the only clue they had to work with was in Redemption, Wisconsin, where Kelly had worked as a nanny. So, Janey decided to follow in her sister’s footsteps … by taking over her job. The family has secrets, and the more Janey digs, the more twisted the story becomes. And the ... more

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