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Mystery/Thriller

  • Death in a Family Business

    by Wally Wood
    The last thing Tommy Lovell expects is death in a family business. It’s 1986, and Tommy’s dream restaurant has failed, taking his shaky marriage along with it. Now he’s licking his wounds back in his childhood bedroom, while he takes stock of his life at the end of his 20s. Reluctantly, Tommy agrees to tag along when his father offers to help his friend Otto Jonker save Otto’s struggling appliance/TV store in a dying Berkshires town. Tommy is ready for a change of scenery, maybe a bit of romance... more
  • Chef Maurice and the Bunny-Boiler Bake Off

    by J.A. Lang
    Third book in the Chef Maurice series of humorous Cotswold mysteries. ----- They say all’s Fayre in love and baking… Spring has sprung, the bunting is up, and for the residents of the little Cotswold village of Beakley, this can only mean one thing: it’s time for the Beakley Spring Fayre. Drawing the crowds this year is stiletto-strutting celebrity chef Miranda Matthews, a woman for whom making enemies is a piece of (shop-bought) cake. And one of them is lurking around the Fayre, ready t... more
  • Give Murder A Hand: Lizzie. Book 2 (The Westport Mysteries)

    by Beth Prentice
    How many secrets can one house hide? Just when Lizzie thought the only problems she had in life were her crazy family and far too many nightmares, the house reveals yet another secret. This time it’s a skeleton in the back yard. But the unusual thing about this skeleton is that it has an extra hand. Why? Well that’s what Lizzie wants to find out. But nothing is that easy is it? Plus her drop dead gorgeous boyfriend Riley’s had enough of her nightmares and wants her to get professional help... more
  • A Dark Mind: Visions: When Fantasy Becomes Reality

    by K.C. Eckels

    Dustin Furlong's a well-respected pillar of the community and a loving father and husband. However, there's another side of his mind he keeps hidden from the ones he loves—a dark side that exists in complete contrast to the peace and tranquility he craves.

    In this dark side, he fantasizes about making love to a woman, making her moan, and then snuffing the life out of her. It's a murderous affair but one that only happens in his mind.

    Things change when he hears ... more

  • Torture Man

    by Warren Adler
    The caller made it clear-$10 million or her daughter's head. The power of unintended consequences sends the privileged life of prominent anti-war activist Sarah Raab crashing down around her. Fear and terror take hold and Sarah turns to former CIA operative Carl Hellmann, a man she has only just met and who stands against everything she has been fighting for. How could this happen? Why would a terrorist group target her family? Confusion turns to fear and anger as Sarah faces the shocking truth... more
  • The Last Chapter

    by Lyn Squire
    Set in the Kent countryside and London slums of 1870, The Last Chapter embeds an original denouement to the most celebrated, unsolved mystery in fiction within the evolving and ultimately tragic consequences of the author’s double life. Believing Charles Dickens was poisoned to prevent him completing ‘The Mystery of Edwin Drood’, Dunston Burnett, the author’s nephew, scours the half-finished manuscript in search of pointers as to how the story might unfold and whom it might threaten. Knowing t... more
  • Dead Lies

    by Cybele Loening
    Former NYPD cop Anna Valentine just landed her first homicide case: the grisly double murder of a wealthy young couple. But it couldn’t have come at a worse time. Recovering from personal tragedies, the young police office just moved with her traumatized child to the suburbs where she hoped to pursue a quiet life and heal. To complicate matters, although she’s sworn off men until she and her son are happy and whole again, Anna feels the pull of attraction to the handsome twin brother of one of t... more
  • Bully

    by Emme Dun
    On June 26, 2015, five justices on the United State Supreme Court, a majority, ruled that, “same-sex couples may exercise the fundamental right to marry. No longer may this liberty be denied to them.” According to the Obergefell v. Hodges’ majority, “dignitary wounds cannot always be healed with the stroke of a pen,” so they took decisive action. But what is the practical effect or effects, other than the obvious fact that same-sex couples can now marry and have their marriages lawfully recogniz... more
  • Affected

    by Randi Lee
    “Eight years ago, the fear of a nosebleed did not exist. Then came The Affection...” For the past six years, Ethan has lived a quiet life away from the troubles of The Affection. However, when his ex-girlfriend is captured and taken to be experimented upon, Ethan can no longer pretend the world around him doesn't exist. On his way to save her, Ethan is thrust into a place of turmoil, espionage and conspiracies. Will he be able to handle the pressures of reality? Will he be able to save her in ti... more
  • 9781311601148

    by MIKE KENNEDY
    PBS will broadcast the two-hour special. Alton Picke will drop in the ominous voice of his craggy narrator to overlay the images. There is a kind of resignation in his voice. They will broadcast to an America that waits behind the Mississippi, or across the Canadian border, or beyond the high Sierras, facing the interior of a continent they have fled. The supervolcano is awake.
  • Warmth

    by Sam Wolfson
    It is the year 2027, a time when the Earth’s land masses have been inundated by eight metres of rising sea – the impact of climate change being even more catastrophic than scientists had ever predicted – and the world is in the grip of a new faith, Delugion, the leader of that faith having uncannily forecast the various natural disasters that have shaped the world. John Frankston, friend and political adviser to Frank Tsoukalos, has helped his country ride the changes over the decades, but w... more
  • The Pregnant Pope: Satan never sleeps. If he did, we would all be in heaven. (TIO Book 1)

    by Mit Sandru
    Will the New Messiah or the Anti-Christ be born? In the year of Satan, 2066, the structure of the physical world is cracking, and inexplicable paranormal forces are interfering with humanity. The Trinity Investigation Organization, or TIO—a paranormal detective society—is the last protection against the demons, evil spirits, fanatical criminals, and sadists who are trying to destroy the world. The 92-year-old Pope is pregnant. Although he hasn’t undergone any medical procedures, he carries a h... more
  • Shoreline

    by Sandy Mason

    Florida author Sandy Mason releases ‘Shoreline’. The perplexing death of a former ballplayer has Johnny digging into the past of one of his childhood heroes. Following his instincts Johnny is a man alone in his suspicion of foul play. The investigation leads him to some crooked real estate developers trying to cash in on Florida’s booming condo market. They are manipulating events to gain approval from the government to proceed with a large development project. Using help fr... more

  • The Big Exoneration

    by Dennis Sanchez
    Cleverly inventive time travel, kids meet gangsters, novel and a great use of historical setting taking the reader back to noir Los Angeles of the 1930s. A fun read for all ages, even adults who enjoy a good noir mystery. Jake and his sister, Darlene, are new to L.A. They discover a skeleton key that acts as a sort of time machine and introduces them to the ghost of Archer Wolfe (mystery aficionados will understand the significance of these names), a 1930s private detective who was framed for ... more

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