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Mystery/Thriller

  • A Web of Evil

    by Richard McMahon
    When Michelle Iverson disappears after posting a provocative message on a BDSM Internet bulletin board, her father hires Mason Grant to find her. Mason teams up with the missing woman's sister, Tracy, and the pair delves into the dark side of cyber space seeking clues to Michelle's disappearance. The journey leads mason and Tracy into a love affair, down false trails, and finally to a confrontation with a sadistic abductor, who is obsessed with seeking a willing partner in his sexual fantasies. ... more
  • Aberration

    by Lisa Regan
    FBI analyst Kassidy Bishop is assigned to the “For You” Killer’s Task Force after a series of sadistic murders bearing the same signature arise in different parts of the country, but when the investigation leads directly back to her, she is forced to delve into her own past. To find the killer, Kassidy must confront the painful memories of her twin sister's mysterious death or risk losing everything to a ruthless madman—including her own life.
  • Wronged! (The Holloways - Brothers In Law Book 1)

    by Gayle Phillips-Roberson
    He called himself Bickerman, a psychotic serial killer that was roaming the streets of Tulsa. His victims: People, who in his way of thinking, have wronged society, and now feel it’s his duty to administer his personal brand of justice; namely, by severing the offensive body part of the offender. Homicide detective Carson Holloway has been assigned to his most baffling murder case yet: Discover who is randomly murdering people for wrongful acts committed on the innocent. His only clue: the w... more
  • The One After 9:09 - A Mystery with a Backbeat

    by Tony Broadbent
    ‘Rebel Without A Cause’ meets ‘A Hard Day’s Night’ A DISAFFECTED LIVERPOOL TEENAGER BECOMES INVOLVED WITH THE BEATLES WHEN HE’S HIRED TO HELP PREVENT THE MURDER OF THE GROUP’S MANAGER, BRIAN EPSTEIN.
  • Echoes

    by Laura Tisdall
    “There is truth to be shared. Let us begin…” Volatile mathematical genius Mallory Park is living two lives. In one, she is balancing senior year with looking after her little brother and troubled ex-Marine father; in the other, she spends her nights glued to her laptop, breaking into some of the world’s most secure systems as the hacker Echo Six. As part of a corruption-exposing cyber network called the Forum, Mallory is far more at ease among the codes and hidden identities of her online ... more
  • Betrayal Only Comes in Green (Betrayal Series Book 2)

    by Sandy Appleyard

    His wife is dead.  His only son is a drifter.  He lives alone in his quaint San Bernardino town and likes it that way, until well-known Nevada criminals discover something about Saul Jessup that makes him rather interesting.

    New neighbors move into town, raising eyebrows in their wake.  A young mother and her small daughter seem to find Saul's quiet street very fitting, and bring only a pick-up truck of things.  They don't bother unpacking; instead they close... more

  • To Hide in Holly Springs-Book One

    by Sandy Appleyard
    Layla Dixon is a bright, beautiful, no-nonsense high school student who loves living in the Big Apple. The thought of moving from New York seems horrifying, until tragedy strikes, and the teen is the first to pack her bags. Eyebrows lift as her mind changes seemingly overnight, and nobody other than her best friend knows why Layla has had a change of heart. What Layla does not know is how long she can hide out in Holly Springs, North Carolina, and if her troubles will follow her.
  • Closure

    by David Magee
  • Fleeting Promise: An Enescu Fleet Mystery

    by Sherban Young

    The world is changing for John Hathaway, newlywed and occasional PI. He has a wife who is pushing to start a family, a best friend who is keeping a secret from him and a mentor who may soon be dropping the prefix on his semiretirement. Even the number of Maltese dogs in his life has doubled. Fortunately for Hath, there are some things that never change. Invited to a restaurant opening, he immediately lands in the midst of another zesty murder. Apparently, he's not the only one with a taste fo... more

  • ECHOWAVE

    by Joe Joyce

    June 1941. An American plane crashes in the west of Ireland.

    Its cargo of booze, cigarettes and caviar destined for the US embassy in London includes a piece of secret military hardware of great interest to the Germans.

    The device disappears from the wreckage. Paul Duggan, a young Irish military intelligence officer still pining for a beautiful Austrian-Jewish refugee who has moved on to a new life in New York, sets out to find it before the Germans do.

    Meanwhile, the United... more

  • The Gay Detective

    by Kenneth D. Michaels
    Nick Scott’s TV talk show, The Gay Detective, looks like a big hit, that is, until his first guest ends up murdered. Nick, also a gay Detective with the Chicago Police Department, and his older, straight partner Detective Norm Malone work together to stop this heinous killer tagged The Reaper. This odd couple faces both personal and professional conflict as this suspenseful noir thriller races to a surprise conclusion that leaves Nick and Norm battling for their lives.
  • Picking up Pennies

    by J. D. Wellander
    Lucie and Avalon have just finished school, and it’s time for summer break. They are ready for three months of fun and adventure. Little do they know, danger is about to spoil their plans. In their small town (where everybody knows everybody), three crimes shock the neighborhood and set everyone on edge.**First, there is a liquor store robbery, followed quickly by an act of arson. In both of these cases, the criminal is brought to justice. It’s none other than Bob Harden, a known villain and mis... more
  • Chef Maurice and the Wrath of Grapes

    by J.A. Lang
    In the rarefied world of wine collecting, murder isn’t exactly a barrel of laughs… An invitation to dinner at the home of renowned wine collector Sir William Burton-Trent soon finds Chef Maurice in the middle of an all-too-real murder mystery party, when Sir William is found dead in his own wine cellar. The guests are acting all innocent, but which one is only playing the part? The pushy Californian film director? The seductive French winemaker? Or could it be, against all narrative decenc... more
  • Travel the Wicked Road

    by M. L. Sanford
    Eaton Prescott’s young life, and path, was so far—well, in his words ‘lacking in everything that one could possible desire, or achieve’. Love, money, self-esteem, good looks, outgoing personality . . . well the list could go on and on. Little did he know that his path, the one that he would just as soon throw away and start over, was about to cross with a few other important ones—and something else. The ‘something else’, something wicked, he could do without, but then, do we have much choice on ... more
  • Red Flag

    by Steve McManus
    A 30-something crime blogger trails a prolific arsonist around drought-stricken 2019 Los Angeles. He quickly finds himself caught in the middle of his own story—between uncertain loyalties, unceasing competition, and a killer with a homemade flamethrower determined to crown the bone-dry mountains around LA with flames.
  • Daughter and the Snake: A Bedtime Story for the Intellectually Adventurous (Bedtime Stories for the Intellectually Adventurous B

    by T. Maxximillian Dafoe
    A woman returns to home to discover her convalescing mother has fallen prey to a dangerous predator she can't prove exists and must adapt to get along with an entity that kills to stay alive.

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