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Mystery/Thriller

  • Absinthe and Chocolate (Boone's File Book 1)

    by Dale Amidei

    The "intel" game is changing; international intelligence entities react to the growing influence of an emergent private sector effort. The USIC's Director of National Intelligence assigns a female case officer, empowered to take any necessary action, to safeguard the firm's growing data store. 

    Attacks, targeting key company players, force suspending operations in securing corporate infrastructure and remaining personnel. The agent responsible for covertly shepher... more

  • A Dead Red Oleander

    by RP Dahlke
    When a late in the season emergency forces Lalla Bains to accept a greenhorn ag pilot for her dad's cropdusting business, she sighs in relief . After all, he comes highly recommended, his physical is spotless, and with a name like Dewey Treat, what could possibly go wrong? Then her quirky relatives arrive from Texas and things go south in a hurry: Dewey Treat drops dead, his tearful widow claims he was murdered, clobbers Sherriff Caleb Stone with his own gun, and makes a run for it. Feds, loca... more
  • HOA Wire

    by kenneth eade
    The President of the Local Homeowners Association is Murdered, and Every Resident is a Suspect Lawyer Brent Marks defends a homeowner from foreclosure who is then accused of murdering the HOA president” The president of the Orange Grove Homeowners Association is murdered and there are plenty of suspects - in fact everyone who lives in Orange Grove. Brent Marks thinks he is dealing with a routine foreclosure defense until his client is implicated in the crime and calls upon Brent to defend he... more
  • And the Tide Turns

    by Timothy Dalton
    Wealthy business mogul Tobias Keane is dead in an apparent suicide. But Ethan Tannor, a detective on the scene and nephew of Keane, suspects something else. In his effort to prove murder, Ethan discovers hidden items in his uncle’s safe that reveal there was more to Tobias’s past than he initially thought: a strange watch that doesn’t tell time, a cryptic journal, confusing newspaper clippings from years past, a cipher that points to something ominous, a worn copy of the Rubáiyát of Omar Khayyám... more
  • What Jennifer Saw (First Printing)

    by Hal Schweig

    The moral decay festering beneath the golden surface of the most beloved family in the small town of Monroeville, Missouri, leads to murder.

    The murder victim, Jim Harris, the head of the "golden" family, is a man without an enemy in the world.  His murder was witnessed by his daughter, the title character, Jennifer, but she is suffering post traumatic stress disorder and cannot recall who did it.  She is also found to be suffering Multiple Personality Disorder and i... more

  • Long Hill Home

    by Kathryn Pincus

    Kelly Malloy is a wife, a mother and a successful lawyer whose world is shattered when she is brutally attacked while running along the banks of the Brandywine River. Chad McCloskey, a lonely teenage boy from a dysfunctional home, stumbles upon Kelly Malloy’s unconscious body immediately after the assault. He is falsely accused and imprisoned with dangerous felons, only because he tries to help her. Maria Hernandez, a young woman who emigrated illegally from Mexico, is reluctantly thrus... more

  • LUNA

    by Frank Pickard
    An incredible story of mystery and raw emotion, murder and passion, all played out against the stunningly beautiful sights and sounds of Hawai’i. Brooklyn Bishop enjoys an idyllic life with a young Polynesian in a secluded plantation home nestled on the edge of a rainforest on Maui's north coast, but she’s compelled to risk everything to find and destroy four men who committed a horrible crime. Along her dangerous and clandestine journey, an ambitious, overzealous crime novelist named Parker Liv... more
  • LUNA

    by Frank Pickard
    An incredible story of mystery and raw emotion, murder and passion, all played out against the stunningly beautiful sights and sounds of Hawai’i. Brooklyn Bishop enjoys an idyllic life with a young Polynesian in a secluded plantation home nestled on the edge of a rainforest on Maui's north coast, but she’s compelled to risk everything to find and destroy four men who committed a horrible crime. Along her dangerous and clandestine journey, an ambitious, overzealous crime novelist named Parker Liv... more
  • DUE DILIGENCE

    by Owen Parr
    FICTION OR NON FICTION? Based on true events. This fictional novel will leave you wondering. DUE DILIGENCE is a fast paced romantic thriller. It will take you on a journey full of intrigue, double crosses, corporate takeovers, money laundering, assassinations and a sinful love affair. Let your imagination wander as you witness the Cuban government's attempt to launder their illicit gains of over forty years utilizing our own Wall Street. Owen has written a unique fictional novel, incorporating h... more
  • Service before Self

    by Tegon Maus
    A recent transplant to Southern California, Toby Grant has landed his dream job. He’s a service tech for Handy Dandy Services—the premier handyman service in the southland. Things don’t go well for Toby on the first day when he is teamed up with Ryan Burnell, a twenty year veteran of Handy Dandy. Toby quickly learns the hardships of being Ryan’s partner, and finds himself in one uncomfortable situation after another. In an effort to understand his new partner, Toby accidentally uncovers Ryan’... more
  • Long Hill Home

    by Kathryn Pincus
    Kelly Malloy is a wife, a mother and a successful lawyer whose world is shattered when she is brutally attacked while running along the banks of the Brandywine River. Chad McCloskey, a lonely teenage boy from a dysfunctional home, stumbles upon Kelly Malloy’s unconscious body immediately after the assault. He is falsely accused and imprisoned with dangerous felons, only because he tries to help her. Maria Hernandez, a young woman who emigrated illegally from Mexico, is reluctantly thrust into... more
  • Dirt Nap Rhapsody

    by Jules Cassard
    All Tag wants to know is whether or not his beloved wife Lori is a deranged killer - is that too much to ask? Tag and Lori are the couple on the top of the wedding cake. Everything about their relationship is perfect and they're both deliriously happy -- except for one tiny little, earth-shattering problem. Her name is Marcie and despite the fact that Tag likes to think of himself as a pretty decent guy, he just can't shake his desire to do some... well, some not so decent things with her.... more
  • Deep Stealth

    by T.J. McCandless

    A young woman is carjacked in a downtown Portland parking lot. The thief bashes her on the head, hard enough to put her in a coma for a month. And hard enough to disconnect most of her memories, leaving only vague impressions. The doctors say her memory loss is probably temporary. In which case, she has nothing to worry about.

    Nothing, that is, except a serial killer, a religious fanatic who mutilates his victims. When she learns why he’s hunting her, it leads to a startling revel... more

  • House of Harwood: A Novella

    by Olivia Batker Pritzker
    On the fourth Thursday of November, without fail, families across the United States gather for Thanksgiving. Attendance is mandatory, whether or not you want to be there.

    Thanksgiving at the Harwood residence looks like a happy affair, all overseen by the sharp eyes of Granny Harwood. To an outsider, the wealthy Harwood family is a tight-knit group with few disputes and a strong commitment to family. Nothing could spoil this special time.

    Nothing, that is, except for Uncle Victor dro... more

  • The Wheels of Change

    by Sandy Appleyard
    Simon Cross is a high profile ad exec and a womanizer. He’s a man both males and females alike love to hate. Trouble arises when he gets involved with the wrong woman, and finds himself behind the wheel of a car without brakes. Suddenly wheelchair-bound, Simon is forced to re-evaluate his life. With his mother’s drug problem, his reputation as a gigolo and his wealth, Simon finds the world looking down on him despite his disability. In time he learns, through the eyes of his caregiver,... more
  • Final Hearing

    by Oscar Sanders
    What would you do if the older brother that you looked up to was set up, indicted, and convicted for a crime he didn't commit? In a fit of anger, you too became a convicted felon. Vincent Cochran, the current Bronx city councilman twice suspected in the deaths of a much loved political couple. His younger brother Reggie, a novice to politics but understandably loyal and revengeful towards anyone out to malign Vincent. Together they are the defendants in two legal dramas that were dubbed "The Bri... more

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