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Mystery/Thriller

  • Strange Stories - The Book Of Thrills

    by Alex Oriani
    STRANGE STORIES Deep inside all our souls is a switch that can turn our ordinary lives into something different, something that belongs to the realm of the unknown. It’s when this switch flips that we find ourselves in the midst of Strange Stories. The Book of Thrills synopsis Stephen lives a dull life in which he has never taken a risk or chanced his luck. His only passion is reading crime fiction and sucking up all the thrills he lacks in his life. But one day the stories come looking fo... more
  • Strange Stories - Weapon of Mass Gratification

    by Alex Oriani

    STRANGE STORIES Deep inside all our souls is a switch that can turn our ordinary lives into something different. Something that belongs to the realm of the unknown. It’s when this switch flips that we find ourselves in the midst of Strange Stories. Weapon of Mass Gratification synopsis Once upon a time, before losing everything, Ben was a successful man with a fulfilled, happy life. Today, in order to fight his depression, he feeds his hurt ego with social media reward consisting of dai... more

  • Silencing Joy

    by Amy Rachiele
    I scream. I couldn’t help it. I jump up and whack my head on the bottom of a bleacher. My hand flies immediately to the lump forming. I start running while bent in half. I try to get out. I don’t. Suddenly, my hair is yanked back. I shriek as my hands automatically go to the back of my head. My heart races in terror. I bend backwards from the yank and then fall to my knees. ~Joy, Silencing Joy Joy is the type of person that goes about her business, stays out of people’s way, and keeps... more
  • No More Illusions...

    by Daniel Babka

     

    Kirkus Reviews (America’s premier and oldest book reviewer) describes the book as "Accomplished, ambitious crime fiction...a multilayered tale that has shades of California noir à la Chinatown." 5 STARS, "Best Books of 2014" from IndieReader. "...Written in the style of Elmore Leonard," says the San Francisco Book Review. Part mystery, part suspense, part romance, an exploration of contemporary morality and temptation. Dylan Blake, a roo... more

  • Greene's Calling: Seventeen Book Three (An Action Adventure Thriller Series)

    by AD Starrling

    An immortal healer. An ancient legacy reborn. A chain of cataclysmic events that threatens to change the fate of the world.

    The riveting and fast-paced third installment in the award-winning, supernatural thriller series Seventeen is finally here.

    When a plane crashes in the Amazonian swamp where Conrad Greene is attempting to live out the rest of eternity, the jaded immortal who was once one of the Bastian First Council’s greatest assets stumbles across a conspiracy involvi... more

  • King's Crusade: Seventeen Book Two (An Action Adventure Thriller Series)

    by AD Starrling

    The perfect immortal warrior. A set of stolen, priceless artifacts. An ancient sect determined to bring about the downfall of human civilization.

    The exciting, action-packed follow-up to Soul Meaning and the second installment in the award winning supernatural thriller series Seventeen.

    When a team of scientists unearth scriptures older than the Dead Sea Scrolls in a cave in the Eastern Desert mountains in Egypt, a mystery lost to the tides of time is uncovered. Heading t... more

  • Soul Meaning: Seventeen Book One (An Action Adventure Thriller Series)

    by AD Starrling

    ‘My name is Lucas Soul. Today, I died again. This is my fifteenth death in the last four hundred and fifty years.’

    The Crovirs and the Bastians. Two races of immortals who have lived side by side with humans for millennia and been engaged in a bloody war since the very dawn of their existence. With the capacity to survive up to sixteen deaths, it was not until the late fourteenth century that they reached an uneasy truce, following a deadly plague that wiped out mo... more

  • The Angolan Clan

    by Christopher Lowery

    THE ANGOLAN CLAN takes the reader on a heart-stopping roller coaster ride, from past to present and back again. It is a deadly intercontinental treasure hunt laced with secrets, deceit and murder. The prize is a fortune in Angolan diamonds…..or death at the hands of a pathological killer.

     

    1974-75: After the "Revolution of the Carnations," Portugal is transformed into a communist state. Capitalists are ruthlessly persecuted and the liberated Portuguese colon... more

  • The Killing Depths

    by Martin Roy Hill
    A killer lurks beneath the waves of the western Pacific Ocean. The USS Encinitas, the first attack submarine crewed by both men and women, stalks the Crescent Moon, a renegade Iranian sub armed with nuclear-tipped missiles. But another predator hides aboard the American sub, a murderer who has already left a trail of dead women behind on shore. While the crew of the Encinitas plays a deadly game of hide-and-seek with the Crescent Moon, NCIS investigator Linus Schag must discover the killer’s ide... more
  • Duty

    by Martin Roy Hill
    The award-winning collection of previously published and new short stories by author Martin Roy Hill. In the title story, "Duty," a Cold War soldier faces the prospect of starting WWIII. In "Something Far Away," a former Coastguardsman must face his ghosts from the past. A Navy investigator faces a different kind of ghost aboard a nuclear aircraft carrier in "Destroyer Turns." "Brandenberg's Diaries" tells the story of a retired spy's last mission during Glasnost. A group of soldiers faces the c... more
  • The Killing Depths

    by Martin Roy Hill
    A killer lurks beneath the waves of the western Pacific Ocean. The USS Encinitas, the first attack submarine crewed by both men and women, stalks the Crescent Moon, a renegade Iranian sub armed with nuclear-tipped missiles. But another predator hides aboard the American sub, a murderer who has already left a trail of dead women behind on shore. While the crew of the Encinitas plays a deadly game of hide-and-seek with the Crescent Moon, NCIS investigator Linus Schag must discover the killer’s ide... more
  • Empty Places

    by Martin Roy Hill
    The year is 1987. Battle-scarred news service correspondent Peter Brandt returns from covering the wars in Central America to bury his ex-wife, Palm Springs TV reporter Robin Anderson, after her brutal murder. When Peter discovers the local police refuse to investigate Robin's murder, he sets out with an old friend, retired cop Matt Banyon, to find her killer. Unearthing a shadow world of sex and drugs, political corruption, and a wealthy Cuban freedom fighter with a suspicious past, Peter and M... more
  • Profile (The Facebook trilogy) (Volume 1)

    by Haydn Grey
    What would you do with a secret identity? Arden Chase, a Colorado man stuck in a mundane life, creates a fake Facebook identity to liven up his sex life. What he gets is exciting. And dangerous. Can he undo the damage he causes before he loses everything, including his life?
  • Inner Fire

    by RL Stedman
    ‘Maybe it would be better if I started at the beginning.’ Gran watched me carefully. ‘This ability we have; my mother, me. You. We draw heat along our bodies; anger makes us flame.’ When her friend is assaulted, Corinne Peterson can’t help reacting. But she didn’t think and now her hands are burnt, Gran is coming to look after her and, scariest of all, strange men are watching her house. Could they be terrorists? Secret agents It seems that Gran’s idea of a solution is to introduce Corinne to ... more
  • Renegades among the Tumbleweeds

    by Hewitt Freiburg
    A wealthy Japanese businessman receives a series of posthumous letters and materials from a longtime friend and Cambridge college mate, who was Welsh and a scholar of medieval Welsh history. The materials suggest that a Welsh sea captain might have arrived at the eastern coast of what is now the United States in the 1300s. He suggests his Japanese friend investigate, and the next thing you know, you're in the middle of the Holy Roman Empire.
  • Dead Letter

    by Marc Kuhn

    1943, Eastern Shore, Maryland. This is a story of young love, misguided jealousy, a great world war and a soldier's lost letter that delivers a shocking ending 40 years later.

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