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Mystery/Thriller

  • The Bonepicker, A Sam Chitto Mystery

    by Lu Clifton
    It’s bitter cold in Oklahoma’s Ouachita Wilderness when Detective Sam Chitto of the Choctaw Tribal Police takes on a thirty-five year old cold case involving a missing Vietnam vet and murdered couple. The discovery of a man’s skull in the casket of the murdered woman, which her family had disinterred for further investigation, attracts the attention of the Vietnam veteran’s mother. Believing the skull to be that of her son, she tasks Chitto with becoming a Bonepicker. Because bones survived fles... more
  • Rubiks

    by Suse Wilcox
    Logan wanted a pet dog more than anything. He was certain this was the year his wish would come true. Not only did he not get a dog, he got the worst pet imaginable, a dwarf rabbit. His older brother laughs hysterically when Logan opens his birthday gift. In an unusual turn of events, both Logan and his brother grow to love Rubiks as this special pet teaches them about the importance of brotherhood and helps them escape from their nefarious neighbors.
  • Torch Day: A searing new thriller

    by John Windsor
    A shadowy militia boss and an outlaw hacker join forces to annihilate the government. With them are militia groups from around the nation, hell-bent on being the new Founding Fathers — and a mysterious suitcase whose contents could reshape the future of America. FBI agents Harry Harper and Ellen King go undercover to try to stop them, but when Harry's cover is blown, he finds himself chained to that deadly suitcase on a harrowing ride across the country. Can Ellen find him in time? Can she captu... more
  • Wrinkled Heartbeats

    by Temple Emmet Williams
    A real estate broker fails to tell a homeowner that listing his home for sale includes an expiration date on his life. The only person who can save the homeowner is the man hired to kill him. Wrinkled Heartbeats became a best first novel of the year as a Finalist at the 2016 Next Generation Indie Book Awards. It also won Awesome Indies Approval. Midwestern Book Reviews calls Wrinkled Heartbeats a deftly crafted and extraordinary novel, very highly recommended. Readers Favorites gives... more
  • The Smart One

    by Drew Yanno
    A SIMPLE LIST. TWELVE NAMES. NONE FAMILIAR. When an elderly small town doctor dies, his widow contacts his most famous former patient, a noted author and neuroscientist. It seems that the doctor has left him something. A list of names. A mystery of sorts. One that the doctor has taken great pains not to explain. But one that he feels the scientist alone can solve... What starts out as a lukewarm promise to honor the doctor's dying wish soon turns into a race halfway across the country to find... more
  • Poison Heartbeats

    by Temple Emmet Williams
    ISIL, the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant, will try to poison the well of America. Terrorists pick the Jackson River in northwestern Virginia as their target. If the jihadists succeed, thousands will die, and millions will shrink from the life-threatening terror of a glass of water. Poison Heartbeats follows the paths of two twins born in war-torn Nuristan, Afghanistan. One becomes an important Holy Warrior of the terrorist organization, ISIL. One becomes a not-so-all-American girl ... more
  • The Rector--A Christian Murder Mystery

    by Michael Hicks Thompson
    The Rector Late 1954, Solo, Mississippi, ten miles north of notorious Parchman Penitentiary— \tWhen Calvary Episcopal Church’s young rector dies of a heart attack, Martha McRae, a 42-year-old widow, becomes suspicious after she learns that the preacher had been intimately involved with her Bible study friend, Mary Magden Grater, married to the wealthy Capp Grater. Because of the affair, Martha suspects that Capp might have had a hand in the preacher’s death.       But Martha has a dilemm... more
  • The Day That Never Comes

    by Caimh McDonnell

    Remember those people that destroyed the economy and then cruised off on their yachts? Well guess what - someone is killing them.

    Dublin is in the middle of a heat wave and tempers are running high. The Celtic Tiger is well and truly dead, activists have taken over the headquarters of a failed bank, the trial of three unscrupulous property developers teeters on the brink of collapse, and in the midst of all this, along comes a mysterious organisation hell-bent on exacting bloody vengean... more

  • Poison Heartbeats

    by Temple Emmet Williams

    ISIL, the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant, will try to poison the well of America. The terrorists pick the Jackson River in northwestern Virginia as their target. If the jihadists succeed, thousands will die, and millions will shrink from the life-threatening terror of a glass of water.

    Poison Heartbeats follows the paths of two twins born in war-torn Nuristan, Afghanistan. One becomes a holy warrior of the terrorist organization, ISIL (synonymous with IS... more

  • Poison Heartbeats

    by Temple Emmet Williams

    ISIL, the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant, will try to poison the well of America. The terrorists pick the Jackson River in northwestern Virginia as their target. If the jihadists succeed, thousands will die, and millions will shrink from the life-threatening terror of a glass of water.

    Poison Heartbeats follows the paths of two twins born in war-torn Nuristan, Afghanistan. One becomes a holy warrior of the terrorist organization, ISIL (synonymous with ISIS, b... more

  • A Portrait of Valor

    by Wolf DeVoon
    Once you start killing, it never seems to stop. He's a private eye, a former LA homicide cop. She's a Palo Alto CPA, investigating aerospace fraud. When they meet, it's a sizzling train wreck that bonds them as lovers and allies forever. I hesitate to guess how many people Chris Cable killed as a Marine Corps combat vet and Special Forces officer. I pick up the story when Chris is working as an L.A. private eye. The novel begins in a jail cell because Chris killed someone again, not the first ma... more
  • Swamp Blood

    by David Reichart

    After a Jesse Yates “Terror in the Tunnel” news video goes viral (Death’s Door, Book 1), the Palm Court Detectives are hired to take on a brutal organized crime family that has gained control of a small Alabama town. Too bad the agents from Mobile aren’t familiar with the local lore; Rome City is no ordinary town. Many of its inhabitants carry malevolent genes of an inbred clan of swamp dwellers who have plagued the area for generations. In addition to taking on a... more

  • Murder in All Honour

    by Anne Cleeland
    Things are a bit grim at Scotland Yard, this Christmas. On the heels of a nasty corruption scandal, the CID must now contend with a killer who is murdering pregnant women, so as to steal their babies. Chief Inspector Acton doesn't want Doyle anywhere near this case, of course, but she can't shake the feeling that there is more to his concern than his usual over-protectiveness—and more to this case than the usual psycho-killer.
  • Perennials

    by Bryce Gibson
  • The Last Four Digits

    by Julie Leo
    Fans of Stephanie Plum and Izzy Spellman will love the adventures of private eye Lola Vega. Movie star Jack Stone appears to have committed suicide, but nobody believes it. Can Lola catch his killer before her rent is due? Join Lola on a romp through the Hollywood Hills, ex-wives, and psychics, dodging professional killers and one hot cop. Everybody wants Lola!
  • White Spiritual Boy

    by William de Berg
    An early-morning call to Rachel Echon, an analyst at Pacific Group, turns out to be the beginning of a harrowing six months in which she ends up in the middle of a high-stakes international financial battle. The publisher who called her turns out to be a member of the White Dragon Family, a group of wealthy Asians who are trying to recover some of the wealth they believe was stolen from them by the West. The Dragons have one of the two sets of maps that can help recover the famous Yamashita gold... more

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