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Mystery/Thriller

  • The Confessions of Jonathan Flite

    by Matthew J. Beier

    Jonathan Flite claims to have memories he can't explain. Seven layers of them, to be exact, all belonging to a group of teenagers who disappeared from a place called Idle County in 2010-ten years before his birth. Seventeen years of anxiety, violent outbursts, and refusal to admit he is lying have landed him at Crescent Rehabilitation Center, a seaside juvenile center for rich kids, and nobody has ever dared to believe his memories might be real.

    Until now. On a blustery November da... more

  • Muddlin' Through

    by Steven M. Moore
    Mary Jo is framed. Mary Jo wants revenge. Mary Jo settles for something less, but finds herself...and romance. Ex-Master-at-Arms Mary Jo Melendez, trying to restart her life after the Navy, becomes a security officer for a company with Pentagon contracts. Her upward mobility takes a fast downward turn. You can follow her adventures as she hurtles around Europe, South America, and the U.S. This book is cross-genre, having elements of mystery, suspense, and thriller. Mary Jo is like Hei... more
  • The Great Liars

    by Jerry Jay Carroll
    It seems like easy duty. Lieutenant Lowell Brady is detached from the White House and ordered to London as a secret liaison to Winston Churchill, who is working his way back to power as the threat from Germany grows. Brady becomes part of the small circle that knows Roosevelt intends to get America in the war before it is too late, even if the fleet must be sacrificed at Pearl Harbor .Years after the war, Smithsonian researcher Harriet Gallatin comes across his story interviewing veterans at an ... more
  • Hero

    by L. L. Anderson

    John Porter died a hero, and he’s never regretted anything more. Trapped as a ghost, he watches the people he left behind fall apart without him. When the reason behind his family’s woes becomes clear, John vows that he will have his revenge - even if that means killing the source of all his pain and regret.

    Gavin Tisdale copes with his best friend’s death by throwing himself into his work. He won’t give up on the murder investigation John started until he’... more

  • The Orphan of Torundi

    by J.L. McCreedy

    To find the truth, she must first uncover the lie ….

    Orphaned as an infant, Sam is raised by a pharmaceutical research mission in the rain forests of Torundi. She wields a mean machete, makes soap from candlenuts and is a fairly astute amateur entomologist. You know, the normal stuff. But a month before her seventeenth birthday, she is exiled to an American boarding school in Penang, Malaysia.

    Armed with little more than her unusual upbringing and church-l... more

  • The Hand of Fatimah

    by M.Jules Bevans
    Will the Hand of Fatimah that he wears around his neck help Ishmael from execution at the hand of terrorists?
  • Beneath The Rose: A Tale of Terror and Love

    by David A. Charters
    Peter Oulton is a haunted, wanted, hunted man. Haunted by the memory of a massacre in Bosnia that he witnessed but could not prevent. Haunted by the loss of Abby Sinclair, the love of his life. Wanted by no one but the perpetrator of the massacre, imprisoned on the strength of Peter’s testimony, and bent on revenge. Hunted by a whistle-blowing centre, funded by a mysterious foundation, his most important ally turns out to be the woman they sent to find him. Beneath the Rose takes the reader on P... more
  • Forbidden Love in the Land of Sheba

    by Qais GHANEM
    15 year old Hana has a crush on 20 years old cousin Farook. But he leaves Yemen to study medicine in Scotland. Her parents force her to marry another cousin, twice her age, a selfish abusive criminal, involved in arms sales and gang rapes. 10 years later, Hana’s life changes dramatically when Farook opens a clinic next door in Sanaa. In that very conservative society, how will Farook respond to Hana's calls for help?
  • A Call To Prayer

    by M. Jules Bevans
    Ricin! Drones! Alk Qaeda! Suicide bombers! The stuff in today's headlines is accented in this novel about a teacher of English in a private boys school in Istanbul, Mehmet, who has a long standing association to a terrorist, Ali Bin Shah R. Turkish intelligence and the CIA force him into becoming a double agent. His handler, Josie, teaches him the craft of spying and in the process he teaches her lessons on love. But in the end who will Mehmet betray, his friend or the woman he has come to ... more
  • The Performance

    by Ellys Phox (aka SD Saxon)
    The Performance: a mystery by Ellys Phox Detective Maxine Ferrari had difficulty keeping her mouth shut. She knew it. With a reputation for carrying her opinions on the tip of her tongue, and speaking them unfiltered, Max often rubbed her colleagues the wrong way. The consequence of one such occasion landed her in the tiny, high desert town of Prineville, Oregon, where there hadn’t been a murder since Lucy O’Conner found her husband in bed with a hooker and shot him dead, some seven years a... more
  • The Glass House

    by Neils Williams
    With a newly wed wife and a successful architect career, everything was looking up for Todd Clemons. But when eccentric millionaire Thomas Glass comes to the town of Brookside Village, Texas, Todd discovers his business is more in demand than he bargained. Dangerously in demand. Forced to work for Mr. Glass against his will Todd must complete the task at hand; save himself and his new family or else this may be the last project of his life.
  • Predatory Kill

    by kenneth eade
    In Book One of the Brent Marks Legal Thriller Series, Kenneth Eade delivers another solid and intricately plotted financial thriller. At its core, "Predatory Kill" is an examination of the chaos and corruption of the 2008 financial crisis, and asks the vital question: “are banks above the law?” A maniacal killer is on the loose. April’s mother is brutally murdered and her father beaten within an inch of his life. Enter Brent Marks. He’s already paid his dues as a lawyer, having taken his shar... more
  • An Involuntary Spy

    by kenneth eade
    Seth Rogan was a bad spy. That’s because he wasn't a spy at all. Just a guy trying to do the right thing. As a biologist for the largest biotech company in the world, he had a great job, and enjoyed all the perks. But when asked to do some tests on the company's genetically engineered (GMO) foods, he became entangled in a trail of corruption, fraud and conspiracy that he wanted no part of, but could not escape from. In an espionage story of mystery and suspense so true to life it could almost be... more
  • A Patriot's Act

    by kenneth eade
    When a naturalized American citizen turns up missing in Iraq, Brent Marks fights the Goliath U.S. government with its own Constitution. Santa Barbara accountant Ahmed Khury responds to the plea of his brother, Sabeen, a suspected money launderer in Iraq. Before Ahmed realizes what has happened to him, he is in Guantanamo Bay Detention Camp, being subjected to torture to extract information that he doesn't have. The drama outside the courtroom explodes, and when murder, corruption and cover-up en... more
  • THE HITLER ERROR

    by Mike Slosberg
    Can the whereabouts of a fortune in diamonds hidden by three Nazi Officers at the end of WWII, turn up in South Florida sixty years later? The electrifying answer, and its deadly complications are the components that make up Slosberg’s nail-biting novel.
  • Lotus Petals

    by Gina Drayer
    Olivia Harmon keeps to herself. As an empath, her power not only allows her to experience other people’s emotions, but also influence them. It’s a heavy burden to carry, and the main reason Olivia has always been more comfortable around the dead. As a small town funeral director and assistant county coroner, she’s able to keep her distance from the day to day drama of the living. After a series of seemingly unrelated deaths, Olivia discovers a hidden connection that puts her right in the midd... more

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