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Mystery/Thriller

  • The Shadow Broker (Mr. Finn Book 1)

    by Trace Conger
    When finding criminals is your business, it’s easy to make a killing. Finn Harding (Mr. Finn to his clients) specializes in finding people who don’t want to be found. Stripped of his PI license, Finn begins working for the type of clientele who operate in the shadows, pay in cash, and don’t care if he’s licensed or not. As Finn becomes ensnared in a plot to take over a black market information brokerage, he finds himself and his family straddling the thin line between life and death. ... more
  • The Legend of Sarah Latham

    by Marci Boudreaux
    Nearly four hundred years ago, Sarah Latham and William Fuller disappeared without a trace. Legend has it she was a wicked witch and he was her demon. Legend also has it that whenever a Latham descendant reaches thirty years of age, Sarah comes to drag them to Hell. Good thing twenty-nine year old Elizabeth Latham doesn’t believe in legends.
  • Well-Heeled

    by Roz Siegel
    When Emily's elderly customer, Sophia Sarfatti, complains her shoe is uncomfortable--and Emily pries off the heel to investigate--she discovers a stash of precious stones that has the power not only to make her own life uncomfortable--but to end it completely. Someone is using Emily's Place, the fashionista's favorite discount shoe store on New York City's colorful Upper West Side, to traffic in stolen stones, and the list of possible suspects keep growing. Was it Freddie the Fox, a local ... more
  • NYPD Honor

    by Drake Casanova
    Kayla Stewart and Sarah Ingram, had their whole life set out after graduation, until they were murdered. When Sergeant Sagittarius Luckett and her partner Detective David Graham, arrive at the scene they were blown away by the grotesque discovery of the victims bodies. Luckett, assumes that her case is an open and close case; but it wasn’t. After speaking with the last two people who last seen the victims, she knew that the case was taking on a whole new twist. But the twists that she assumed wo... more
  • Face Of Our Father

    by G. Egore Pitir

     

    Winner of the Best Indie Book Award and a B.R.A.G Medallion Honoree

    Face Of Our Father, an international thriller, is a unique blend of action and intimacy. One part The Bourne Identity, one part Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy, and one part The Notebook, this poignant tale leaves the reader haunted by its characters long after the novel's final page has turned.

    Like many empty nesters, Stuart and Angela Pierce are bu... more

  • The Leipzig Affair

    by Fiona Rintoul

    The year is 1985. East Germany is in the grip of communism. Magda, a brilliant but disillusioned young linguist, is desperate to flee to the West. When a black market deal brings her into contact with Robert, a young Scot studying at Leipzig University, she sees a way to realise her escape plans. But as Robert falls in love with her, he stumbles into a complex world of shifting half-truths – one that will undo them both.

    Many years later, long after the Berlin Wall has been torn d... more

  • Reparation

    by Laine Cunningham

    The Murderer’s Daughter by Jonathan Kellerman meets the Alexandra Cooper series by Linda Fairstein.

    “Beautifully written. The work of a master craftsman.”
    “Endlessly compelling. A fascinating fusion of forms.” 

    When Aidan Little Boy leaves his ailing mother’s side to visit his sister on a peyote church property in South Dakota, he encounters a religious cult run... more

  • Rusty & Slasher and the Circus from Hell

    by Jenny Harrison
    Rusty and Slasher's Pa has recently returned from a sojourn in Her Majesty's 5-star accommodation. He has a plan, a family-bonding exercise - a security van heist. The wheelman will be Nana Naills who can't go anywhere without her adult diapers. Plans go awry when Pa's previous co-conspirators arrive in town. Pa is in serious danger until he is rescued by Felix, circus manager and old cell-mate. But, that's when the trouble really starts. Be prepared to go on the (Ghost) train ride of your life!
  • The Indigo Kid

    by Jenny Harrison
    Meet Charlie Cromwell, nine years-old going on a hundred, irrepressible, infant mystic and troublemaker. She inveigles herself into Abigail Grogan's life and motor car as they set off on a risky adventure. In the process Charlie meets Stella Goodstar, owner of the local porn shop as well as some pretty shady individuals, including Mr. Golightly who wants to exploit the little girl's strange powers. On top of that the local cop is after them. What could be worse? A funny, poignant adventure with ... more
  • The Falling of Shadows

    by Jenny Harrison
    Tessa Godwin's past is filled with pain, guilt and terrible secrets. She has put it behind her, but then Bailey Chance comes back to town. He has questions she can't - or won't answer. As they probe into the past so Tessa's ghostly shadows become more tangible, more frightening. The story begs the question - are ghosts the product of a troubled mind or are they real?
  • The New D street

    by Ravi R Naik
    Edition: 1 D Street, the name itself makes something odd. Walter the main role of this novel tries to find the mystery behind the d-street. one after one the death increases. Walter do not understand what really happening. unfortunately everything changes. he experience some odd situation which makes him fear. all the people feel d street is encircled with evil spirits. Walter sees a strange creature near the cold blood tunnel and hears an odd voice, looks like someone is asking him help. ... more
  • The Starved: Inception

    by Rick Ochre
    Two men. A brutal experiment. And only one shocking way out… Based on real life events, STARVED: INCEPTION takes place in a little-known laboratory of human suffering in the waning days of World War II. The Laboratory of Physiological Hygiene at University of Minnesota was headed by Dr. Ancel Keyes, the man behind the K-ration. Keyes studied the effects of wartime starvation by depriving two dozen young men, all volunteers, of adequate food. In STARVED: INCEPTION, volunteers Carl Yoder... more
  • In the House of Leviathan

    by BD Bruns
    An exorcism was the first thought but last desire of Giuseppe. His contentment working with his sister at their ancient paper mill in 1860s Italy is shattered when he witnesses Old Man Grapaldi summoning the Devil. Omens from the sea threaten the village and bizarre, violent happenings at their mill threaten his family. With their church rocked by inner turmoil and so many good men succumbing to dark secrets, Giuseppe himself must overcome his fears and his physical handicap to save his beloved ... more
  • The Jefferson Files

    by Martin Herman
    A very serious crime takes place along the Potomac River within clear sight of the president's mansion. The year is 1806; the president is Thomas Jefferson; the victim worked for the then sitting Speaker of Representatives. It soon becomes clear that that a deeply-rooted and very powerful secret society was involved in the crime. Proving it, legally, without destroying one of the most successful administrations becomes the larger challenge. Justice is finally served up by a bunch of college stud... more
  • Tijuana Nights

    by Leigh K. Hunt

    Getting shot at was never on McKenna Carmichael's bucket list, but then neither was being hunted by a Mexican Cartel.

    After missing her flight, and then watching it blow up mid-air, Mack is stuck in Mexico and the only people she can trust are the ones that put her in this position in the first place.

    River, Chase, and Gabriel offer Mack protection while they bring the El Diablo Cartel to its knees, and only by assisting them with yet another job will she gain the skills she n... more

  • The Knights of Redemption

    by Matt Micros
    The Knights of Redemption tells the story of five men who are arrested the same night for unrelated crimes and thrown together in a New Haven, Connecticut jail. Henry Whitman is the President of Yale University who always does the right thing and is the “moral compass” for everyone that knows him. Rogers Conner—the person Major League baseball players voted “the person you would least like to play with”—is about to sign with the Yankees in the twilight of his career. Matt O’Malley is a failed... more

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