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Mystery/Thriller

  • Love, Lies and Murder

    by Leslie Wolfe

    Breathtaking suspense unraveling at train-wreck speed, in an unforgettable collection.

    Sometimes the only way to do the right thing is to break the rules. 

    Love, Lies, and Murder is a collection of 19 short stories that explore the extremes of human emotion and the conflicts that result. Every story will leave you tense and breathless as the characters race to a conclusion that is as unexpected as it is satisfying. 

    Int... more

  • 9-11 2.0 Fool Me Once . . .

    by Rich Lagomarsino
    This novel is about a man desperate to save his dying wife who gets caught in a government plot to revoke basic American freedoms. It exposes the struggles of living under a big-government/big-corporate oligarchy. “ 9-11 2.0 Fool Me Once . . .” is peppered with bits of wisdom and humor and is written to entertain and provoke an awareness in everyone.
  • Bullets From a Dead Man

    by J. Galobich J.
    Ira Cohn is a professional road manager for rock groups during the Swingin' Sixties. He travels the world serving as a kind of baby sitter for these kids who become like a family to him. He rubs shoulders with various show biz legends and not so legends. This novella details Ira's discovery of who blew up Mark's Madcaps' drummer on-stage, stole his hit song and got away with the crime till Ira exposed the musical mystery.
  • Trophy Kill

    by R.J. Norgard
    Private investigator Sidney Reed hasn’t been the same since the tragic death of his wife, Molly. Sharing a rundown apartment above an Anchorage, Alaska coffee shop with a cat named Priscilla, he dulls his bitter memories with cheap beer and sarcasm. When he’s offered a bundle of cash for a simple surveillance job, Sidney sees a chance to finally put the broken pieces of his life back together. But once the job turns deadly, he'll have to sort through a mountain of clues to solve this case - and ... more
  • Tooten and Ter: A Nose for Crime

    by Chris McCloskey
    Author: Chris McCloskey Book titles: The Adventures of Tooten and Ter: A Nose for Crime \t The Adventures of Tooten and Ter: A Nose for Trouble Publisher: OnStage Publishing Websites: www.tootenandter.com Summary: A Nose for Crime followed by A Nose for Trouble chronicle the detective adventures of thirteen-year-old Terrance O’Connell and his partner, service-dog-in-training, Tooten. Ter is a street-wise kid, and Tooten is simply wise. They share the characteristics of curiosity,... more
  • Will to Survive: Stop the Jihadists

    by Coleman Paul
    Will to Survive: Stop the Jihadists by Coleman Paul is a hard-hitting short story. Four veterans returned from a tour of Afghanistan. All they have in mind is revenge. They want the jihadists quivering in their boots. They meet to plot, believing that the government is underestimating just how serious the domestic jihadist threat is. They don’t believe the government knows how to deal with the situation but they do. They don’t want radicalization in the US and the only way they can stop it is to... more
  • The Mourning Islands

    by Douglas Wells

    The danger lies not in the water.

    As a veteran of the 1993 Battle of Mogadishu in Somalia, Talmon Bonnett usually holds his PTSD at bay. When a wealthy couple hires him to spy on Rusty Wing, the man responsible for building the Mourning Island’s new resort, Talmon injects himself into Rusty’s inner circle. Lying about his intentions, Talmon gets to know Rusty’s troubled fiancée Claire, his sinister Cuban first mate Santos, and Marlene, Rusty’s alluring sis... more

  • Cyberspiracy

    by Wolf O'Rourc
    While hiding from bullying behind her macho avatar, a lonely, pink-haired hacker girl battles the high-tech henchmen of a president provoking nuclear war in “Cyberspiracy,” where “War Games” meets “Hello Kitty.”
  • Blood Is Thicker Than Wine

    by Liz Eagle
    fter her father's death, Lil Starling, a resourceful federal probation officer, discovers information hidden in dusty old carboard boxes that recounts the only double homicide that took place in her home town of Warsaw, NY. She is shocked to learn that her grandfather's handwritten notes seem to implicate her own father and her relatives in the double murder that is over 75 years old. She gradually goes through all the boxes that she was handed as part of her father's estate, but enlists the hel... more
  • The InBetween (Painter Mann Series Book 1)

    by Dick Wybrow
    Painter Mann has sworn to help the murder victims stuck in The InBetween by revealing their killers so they can move on. But a new case threatens everything after Painter recognizes the serial killer's face. They also murdered him. Exposing them will free dozens of ghosts but will also clear Painter, leaving no one to help the souls trapped in The InBetween. When alive, he was never really good at much. Dead? He's a hell of a PI. Will Painter risk everything to save those he's sworn to... more
  • Fishermen's Court

    by Andrew Wolfendon

    Short pitch: A fatal mistake on a drunken night in college comes back to haunt a troubled artist after eighteen years, threatening his friendships, his sanity, and his life.

    Finn Carroll is a failed artist living a marginal existence in his dead parents’ home. So why would a team of killers want to murder him and frame it as a suicide? Finn survives the encounter to discover that the killers have left behind a “suicide note” detailing a dark incident from Finn’s ... more

  • Becoming Samantha Colt

    by Ken Cressman
    A nameless, homeless girl grows up on the streets of Baltimore. From a painfully young age she must learn to take care of herself, feed and clothe herself, and defend herself from those who would do her harm. When she’s arrested for shoplifting as a teenager she's recruited by a mysterious organization, where she meets David Larkin and everything changes. He becomes her teacher, her mentor, her partner and eventually her best friend. This is the fourth book in the exciting Larkin and Colt advent... more
  • Prelude to a Distant Future

    by Sandra J. Scott
    You would think for four lonely 50-something women being involuntarily recruited by The Agency for a covert mission to assassinate enemies that threaten to topple the present-day American government from inside is their greatest challenge. Traveling back in time to Nazi-Germany in order to complete the assignment …well, that’s another story.
  • Resurgence of the Hunt: A Global Spy Thriller (The Ahriman Legacy Book 3)

    by Puja Guha
    Rogue agents. Illicit arms deals. Bank heists. Island getaways. THE DOGS OF WAR meets MISSION IMPOSSIBLE on the island of Madagascar. Former spy Petra Shirazi and the Ahriman, a retired Iranian assassin, work together to bring down an illegal arms trader who has eluded international authorities for decades and propped up conflict zones around the world.
  • The Last Van Gogh

    by Will Ottinger


    "The Last Van Gogh" received the 2019 Maxy Award for Best Mystery-Detective Novel

    A brilliant and troubled artist. A lost masterpiece. The desperate search for the truth.

    An unknown Van Gogh painting disappears from France at the outbreak of World War Two. A notorious con man later claims he smuggled the immense painting to the U.S. where it is never seen again. Ninety years later, his two sons, Adam and Wesley Barrow, discover letters that supposedly confirm the p... more

  • Dark Data: Control, Alt, Delete

    by Douglas Wood
    August 14 and September 11 were the last two of a string of dates on Lori Torchia’s list. But nothing in the chronology seemed to correspond to them.. Then it hit reporter Rebecca Taft. ‘The dates are in the future. Lori’s telling us that there will be terrorist attacks on August 14 and September 11!’ Taft felt sick to her stomach. Paula Janković is a willing tool of Constantine Petrenko, a Russian oligarch with a penchant for world domination and insatiable greed. Using a superstorm of dark... more

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