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Mystery/Thriller

  • Oxblood

    by AnnaLisa Grant
    When a mysterious package arrives from her brother in Italy, twenty-year-old Victoria “Vic” Asher knows something has gone terribly wrong. After the FBI dismisses her concerns, Vic knows she must take matters into her own hands. Blindly traveling to Europe in search of the only family she has left, Vic uncovers her brother’s lies and the secret life he had been hiding. The handsome Ian Hale and his team are the only hope Vic has of finding her brother. To get his cooperation, she must enter a wo... more
  • The Global Reconciler:

    by Kimble Burton
    In an era marked by turmoil, scandal, division, and animosity on the international stage, one individual emerges as a beacon of hope and unity. Immerse yourself in the compelling narrative of "The Global Reconciler," a gripping story that delves into the extraordinary ability of one person to bridge divides among nations, even in the face of seemingly insurmountable chaos.
  • Quoz: A Financial Thriller

    by Mel Mattison
    It’s 2027. Rory O’Connor is the financial genius who helped create ICARUS, a quantum computer that now controls the world’s stock markets with AI and algorithms. But Rory has recently suffered some tough breaks. He’s checked out of high finance and into a luxury Caribbean condo. After a former colleague finds anomalies with ICARUS, Rory quickly finds himself at the nexus of a high-stakes international conspiracy. In the process, he discovers a hidden thumb drive that contains the mysterious and ... more
  • Ranch Dressing: A Samantha Kidd Mystery

    by Diane Vallere
    When fashionista Samantha Kidd’s father-in-law arranges a week on the dude ranch he’s aiming to buy, Samantha preps for blue skies and clean living. But all too soon she learns life on the ranch is anything but calm. When the owner is found dead inside one of the stables, all signs point to murder. As Samantha wrangles clue after clue, she smells something rotten—and it’s not manure. In her quest for the truth, she encounters quirky cowhands, brazen barrel racers, and suspicious horseplay—not... more
  • Hollow Voices

    by Michelle Corbier
    The Surgeon by Leslie Wolfe meets The Coworker by Frieda McFadden Following her husband’s death from cancer, Dr. Julia Toussaint rebuilt a comfortable life with her son, Evens. But when he’s murdered, she’s devastated. Months of psychiatric treatment leave her confused and alienated from her former life. Julia struggles with the past. With the support of friends and family, she pieces things together, but the world has changed. Her aging parents want her to return home to North Carolina, but ... more
  • The Monastery Murder

    by Jennifer Christianson
    Part mystery and romance with a dash of family drama and a splash of comedy. Linny Scout is a hot mess, but you’ll be rooting for her through every twist and turn. A murdered man at an ancient monastery. His ex-girlfriend is determined to find the truth. After Linny’s first Romanian romance ends, her newly ex-boyfriend is brutally killed. The police believe that Victor was a criminal. Linny doesn’t, and she sets off on a quest to find the truth about his murder. Enlisting the help of her ... more
  • Detectives and Spies

    by Dave Zeltserman
    Three detectives. Three very different styles of mysteries. Nine highly enjoyable and exciting stories, including the new novella, Julius Katz and the Ruined Roast, a new Morris Brick crime thriller, James & Bond, and a new Mike Stone PI in Hell story, The Hollywood Hit.
  • ANWAR

    by Rejoice Kur
    ANWAR is a fictional story depicted in the previous Sudan between 1995 and 2011 at the time South Sudan became an independent state. It is a story that depicts the past in the light of the future. It prompts the inclination to empathy and forgiveness, peace and contentment, and the love of a country. In reading the story, people can journey to opposite perspectives in a time that had defined the course of a country.
  • Money for Nothing

    by Aaron Palmer
    Chicago. Taylor Street. 1986. Accomplished burglar Ralph "Beans" Trombino surrounds himself with the fringe elements that frequent the neighborhood social clubs. Outfit guys ,dirty cops, thieves, bookies, and gamblers. With his photographic memory and almost supernatural instincts, Beans has developed a reputation among his kind as an exceptional planner of heists. He and his life long friends, Cosh and Izzy, consider themselves honorable thieves. No stickups. No killing for money. No steal... more
  • A Christmas Conundrum: A Liz Adams Mystery

    by Stacy Wilder
    Nancy Drew meets How the Grinch Stole Christmas in this delightful cozy mystery set in Charleston, SC. Who’s stealing the holiday decorations? They’re disappearing like Christmas cookies from PeggyLou Designs, and Lou’s newly launched event planning service is in trouble. He implores his neighbor and friend, Private Investigator Liz Adams, to bring the thief to justice. The clock is ticking. It’s only ten days until the mayor’s big holiday celebration. The party that will make or break Lou... more
  • Miss Mary

    by Kathbell Stumpf
    Based on the centuries old nursery rhyme "Mary Mack", the origin of which is unknown, Miss Mary brings life to Mary Mack. Miss Mary focuses on a Civil War-era restless spirit who enlists the help of a modern-day teenage girl to help solve the mysterious disappearance of her fiancé. Although classified as young adult, this cozy light paranormal mystery romance can be enjoyed by a reader of any age 13+.
  • Blue Eyed Devil

    by M.J. McDuffie
    In this riveting paranormal political thriller, prepare to embark on a dangerous pulse-pounding adventure where the past and present collide, whilst around every corner – evil lurks in the shadows. When fate intertwines the path of Remy Montgomery – an FBI agent with the unique ability to see auras with the captivating widow, Belle Brooks – who finds herself entangled in the dark legacy of her billionaire criminal husband – their unusual lives turn upside down. But Belle has some secret magica... more
  • Pass the Cyanide

    by Karmen Špiljak

    The 2023 Wishing Shelf Book Awards Bronze
    Awards Finalist: The 2023 Indies Today, The 2024 Book Excellence Awards

    Savour the spicy tang of dark and twisted tales in Pass the Cyanide, a follow-up to the award-winning collection of culinary mysteries, Add Cyanide to Taste. From an old friend hiding a deadly secret to a ravenous house with an appetite for friends, this collection masterfully blends the allure of food and the thrill of mystery. Each story is a rich and... more

  • The Lazarus Key

    by Rachel Aukes
    For two decades, Sam Brodie has never let a poacher get away or come across an animal print she couldn't identify… until she tracks a vicious predator that went extinct in the Ice Age. But when Sam reaches the saber-tooth tiger, she finds herself in the crosshairs of ruthless hunters intent on having no witnesses. With killers on her tail, she uncovers a chilling plot to clone extinct predators for a barbaric "extreme" hunting experience for the wealthy elite. But these creatures are not sim... more
  • Crab Bait: A Gay Mystery

    by Joseph Brennan

    Infamous London boy whore the Pipe has been found dead on the Brighton sands, stirring an obsessive hunt for clues and culprits in this gay whodunnit from the Lammy-nominated author of LOOSE LIPS.

    The year is 1888, it's Ripper murders in the capital as the New World flaunts a Gilded Age. In London, best men seek solace in the gentlemen's clubs, away places catering to their every interest.

    Sizar's is a secret one, a new-club ... more

  • The Nostalgia Detective

    by Brett J Jenkins
    From an Albany hospital bed, John, a stay-at-home dad and casual private detective, tells the story of his attempt to find Richie Curtz, a white middle-aged man, missing now for over a month. Despite several probable leads, the official investigation has stalled. But John, the Nostalgia Detective, suspects the most promising lead has so far been overlooked: the connection between Richie’s ‘last seen wearing’ grunge-era outfit, his upcoming fortieth birthday, and the recent death of a 1990s music... more
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