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Mystery/Thriller

  • The Shadow Mind: Case No. 4 (The Frontenac Sisters: Supernatural Sleuths & Monster Hunters)

    by S.H. Livernois
    Everyone has a dark side. Some are darker than others. He hides in the shadows, hunting for victims. He's collected dozens already, maybe more. His appetite is insatiable, his reach unprecedented. Maybe some monsters are too evil to be defeated.
  • Death Knell: Case No. 3 (The Frontenac Sisters: Supernatural Sleuths & Monster Hunters)

    by S.H. Livernois
    Strength in numbers. Death alone. Forgotten rural towns. A powerful mob. An ancient secret, too horrific to be believed. If Hyla and Lizeth don't solve this one, humanity will be doomed.
  • Severed Souls: Case No. 2 (The Frontenac Sisters: Supernatural Sleuths & Monster Hunters)

    by S.H. Livernois
    When friends become strangers, anyone can be a killer. A natural disaster has crippled the Adirondack wilderness. It's the perfect time to be murdered. And when two men vanish in the chaos, the Frontenac sisters are determined to find them, no matter the cost.
  • Wicked Innocents: Case No. 1 (The Frontenac Sisters: Supernatural Sleuths & Monster Hunters)

    by S.H. Livernois
    Evil hides behind the sweetest faces. Even the face of a child. Meet the Frontenac Sisters, Hyla and Lizeth, as they face one of their most difficult foes: a nine-year-old girl with a devious imagination and a dark secret.
  • SPY HUNT

    by ILANA G Holloway
    Ingo and Lani are moving to Washington DC to live as a family with Jim, Pat, and their pets. The arrival of Ingo and Lani at Union Station in Washington DC turns on Ingo's patriotic emotions, and he sets a goal for himself to help make the world a better place. The greatness and importance of the town's sites seen on the way to their new home strengthen his decision. Soon, he finds himself in the middle of a dangerous situation and ends up being the unintended victim of poisoning. Pat, Lani, ... more
  • Love Me

    by Sharyn Haddad Vicente
    Love Me is a twisted psychological thriller that takes place in an idyllic New England town where a sadistic killer is leaving dismembered bodies in his wake. Nothing like this has ever happened there before and the police department finds themselves in need of assistance. With a joint task force in place, they believe they have the mystery solved—an open-and-shut case. Then, an unlikely visitor, Paige Vale, arrives at the police station, discovering something very troubling about the murders, a... more
  • The Tiger's Eye: Angels in Mumbai

    by Scott Delaney
    Four years after the events that took place in Delaney's first book, 'The Shaft', the Global Calling organization is now making a dynamic impact across India. As they host the largest ministry event in their history, with over one hundred thousand worshipers in a crowded Mumbai cricket stadium, a radical anti-Christian militia (Indian Liberation Resistance Organization) orchestrates a brutal terrorist attack. This profoundly evil organization spares nothing it in its attempt to stop the ministry... more
  • The Lion Hotel

    by Philip Jones
    Readers are transported to the historical town of Shrewsbury. The Lion Hotel provides the setting for a story in which a detective’s daughter is wrongly accused of a crime. One might have expected her father, Inspector Horace no less, to have easily been able to prove her innocence, but things never quite work out that way when you are a teenager. Fortunately, Florence is quite capable of remaining one step ahead of her father and the hotel staff. Florence’s predicament begins, in her mind, when... more
  • More Julius Katz and Archie

    by Dave Zeltserman
    The award-winning Julius Katz mysteries have delighted readers since first appearing in Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine in 2009. These stories introduced readers to Boston's most brilliant, eccentric, and possibly laziest detective, as well as the most unique sidekick in the annals of detective fiction: a tiny marvel of whizbang computer technology named Archie who has the heart and soul of a hard-boiled P.I. This second volume of Julius Katz mystery stories starts where the first volume THE JU... more
  • Technology and gadgets

    by gadget review
    Technology is becoming more social, adaptive, and customized, and as a result, it can be a fantastic teaching tool. That stated, as parents, we need to establish boundaries. Today, software is connecting kids to online learning communities, tracking kids' progress through lessons and games, and customizing each students' experience.
  • Echoes in the Woods

    by Georgina Scott
    One of these days, I am going to kill you, kill you slowly, and before I bury you, I am going to watch you burn!” Jake Evan said. Jake is the youngest of four boys who holds the same hatred for his alcoholic father as his father holds for him, for reasons not known by Jake. His mother, Faith, may hold the key to the hatred and the reasons behind Jake’s behaviour. Desperately trying to keep her family together, will she survive the trials and tribulations of what’s ahead or will she succumb and f... more
  • The Renegade Spy Project

    by Terri Selting David
    Wren is impulsive, curious, and always in trouble. When her STEM club is accused of a crime, can her flaws become their greatest asset to catch the real thief? Wren Sterling has a problem. She knows she's super smart and a good friend, but no matter how hard she tries, she can't shake her reputation as a troublemaker. It feels like the only people who believe in her are her three best friends in the Renegade Girls Tinkering Club. She’d hoped middle school would be different, but when her inab... more
  • The Woman Who Loved Sunflowers

    by Brooks Mencher
    The fifth book in the Yarn Woman, “The Woman Who Loved Sunflowers,” takes Ruth M, the Yarn Woman, from San Francisco to California’s Central Valley in search of Mrs. Jill Lynch, who disappeared on her weekly trip from Oakland to San Francisco to volunteer at humanitarian nonprofit. At first glance it seems like Mrs. Lynch has been living a quiet suburban life with her husband, leaving home every Wednesday to help pack knitted woolens to ship to war-torn areas of the Middle East. But when Ruth ... more
  • 979-8729721887

    by Bruce Miles
    A university research team and a television crew discover the forest has more dangers than wild animals when they find themselves caught in a battle between outlaw marijuana growers and a group searching for Hernando De Soto’s fabled lost treasure in an unexplored section of the Ouachita National Forest.
  • The South Coast

    by John H. Matthews
  • Ice in the Blood

    by Bryan Cassiday
    Hard-hitting crime stories from the edge of madness and terror where murderers, serial killers, and sociopaths skulk along the streets of Los Angeles by day and night. The skies may be sunny, but the streets of the city are cold as ice and teeming with dissolution that spreads across the entire country like a miasma of evil reaching all the way to the Florida Keys. Corruption drips from the seats of power and infects everyone below. In the land of the dollar, money is not only king it’s the o... more

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