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  • Accidental Droning

    by Pete Liebengood
    Bo Granger loses his job as the manager of a country club golf shop and turns to flying his private drone as a pastime. Accidentally he captures video with his drone of a woman being murdered by drowning. Bo is torn over whether or not to turn his video over to authorities. He is afraid of reprisal by the person who owns the mansion where the drowning took place, and he worries that his invasion of privacy will derail his wife’s campaign to become governor of California as she is defined as a st... more
  • Game of Fear

    by Gledé Browne Kabongo

    Sometimes good girls do very bad things...

    Academic overachiever Abbie Cooper has one simple goal: get into the Ivy League. But at St. Matthew’s Academy, nothing is ever simple. The pressure is overwhelming, the secrets are dirty, and the games are wicked. Abbie has a dirty secret—one that could destroy her chances of making it to Princeton, and the lives of those closest to her.

    One day a package arrives from an anonymous source known only as The... more

  • shielded past

    by patti morelli
    Kate Halsey is a successful manager for an upscale Woman’s Fragrance Company. Kate grew up in Manhattan in the foster care system. Her only friend throughout her lifetime was Annie. Kate marries the man of her dreams and they purchase their first home. The home they both fall in love with is adjacent to the Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital in Marlboro New Jersey. On her first evening in the home Kate sees a light coming from the abandoned hospital. The light becomes an obsession that she later ... more
  • Away from the Sun

    by Rebecca Brisbane
    A progressively more violent killer haunts a small Pennsylvania backwoods town. He leaves a trail of Aesop-type messages with each victim. Tangling with a need to do the right thing and her own contrary attitude, rookie police officer KELSIE LEE RAY eventually comes face to face with this elusive individual. Ultimately, it seems the only moral here is murder.
  • sagasus

    by robert george-paul
    What starts out as a mild and bucolic autumn day on the campus of a small, southern New England college soon turns into a tale of intrigue, mystery, suspense and horror as the unfolding story follows the travails of a young student wending his way through the New England countryside. The narrative is constantly interwoven with new revelations and surprise twists eventually leading to an unexpected and surprise ending. Or, is there an end?.
  • Face Of Our Mother

    by G. Egore Pitir
  • Remember Me

    by M Starks
    When 12 year old Nathalie Gregory wakes up on Blake Island, a non-populated island, she has no idea how she arrived there or the events that led up to it. As she recovers in the hospital, an attempt is made on her life. There is something everyone around her is keeping from her. Will she be strong enough to face the truth as her memories slowly return? Will she remember what happened to her in time to prevent a third attempt on her life? Remember Me is a mystery thriller that grabs y... more

    Hot. Wet. Wild. If this erotic thriller had a mood gauge, it'd read 'redline scorch' and the mercury just keeps soaring as this torrid summer mind-bender scrapes nerves raw and hormones ragged. It's peak vacation season on the beautiful, fifteen-mile stretch of the warm Colorado River, better known as Parker Strip, where short-tempered sheriff JIMMY WITCHITAW suddenly wakes up with a mysteriously brutal homicide on his hands. Unfortunately his only leads are a bloody, four-way trail of morbid... more
  • Tell My Dad

    by Ram Muthiah

    One man’s crusade to protect the children

    “Stay away” -- Those are the two words written on the forehead of every pedophile murdered in San Francisco Bay Area.

    Joshua Theaker is tasked with finding the killer whose killing methods involve strange weapons. Theaker and local law enforcement find it hard to agree on where the trail goes while local FBI is distracted by child kidnappings. For Theaker, there is a pattern among the vic... more

  • A Necessary Act

    by Tony Wirt

    Can you stop a serial killer before he starts? If so, should you? How far would you go?

    The students at Lake Mills Community High School knew there was something wrong with Scott – but what David saw firsthand was more than they could ever imagine. He and his best (only) friend Matt were content to keep their suspicions to themselves until a simple trip to the library sets them on parallel trajectories where even the most careful plans have unexpected consequences that can rock a ... more

  • Stonewalled: Mystery History Book Three

    by Sonny Barber
    A mystery that threatens the relationship with best friend Anna, a battle with Mother Nature at her worst, and the discovery of a tragic secret—not exactly what fourteen-year-old Kay Telfair was looking for in a summer getaway. But that’s what confronts the young teen while helping the owners of Windcrest Farm find a way to stop destruction of nearby farmland and its three-hundred-year-old stone walls. Vacationing with her family and Anna at Windcrest in the quiet, coastal village of Little Comp... more
  • The Last Bequest

    by Lisa Lickel
    Just how high a price does buried treasure command? When schoolteacher Judy Winters' aunt dies, Judy returns to the farm to figure out how to handle her handicapped inheritance, her glib boyfriend Graham, Aunt Louise's possible murder, the handsome farmboy next door who couldn't have done it, and one very opinionated cat. Midnight visitors, a job offer, and new friends, along with one special old one-Carranza, the cat-all figure into Judy's dilemma. As Judy explores the house, she finds and foll... more
  • Gold Hush: Mystery History Book Two

    by Sonny Barber
    After an adventure-filled June, all Kay Telfair wants is a quiet vacation in Maine with her family and best friend Anna—no drama, no stress. But the thirteen-year-old’s hopes for a tranquil August stay in the village of Prospect Harbor soon fade when the girls compete for the attention of a young boy and Kay makes a startling discovery—a discovery that sends the three teens on a dangerous quest. Ignoring advice—and menacing threats from others—they continue their pursuit, drawing them deeper int... more
  • Crossed and Found: Mystery History Book One

    by Sonny Barber
    Thirteen-year-old Kay Telfair believes her life is over when she moves with her family a thousand miles to their new home near the Delaware River in New Jersey. But her life takes an unexpected turn when she meets Anna and discovers a two-centuries-old letter—a letter that could change American history. Before she unravels the letter’s mystery, Kay stumbles headlong into an adventure—confronting fears she’d never experienced, stretching the limits of her friendship with Anna, and forcing a test ... more
  • The Smart Kid

    by Bob Miller
    The kids at school call him The Smart Kid. The counselor calls him a mystery with no history. But Michael Shale is just trying to lay low and hide in plain sight so that his past doesn’t catch up to his present. He looks like an ordinary boy, but he holds a biological secret that the powerful and arrogant Senator Perkins would kill for. Michael Shale remembers what it was like to be a military lab rat. He’d rather die than be captured again. When he’s discovered, the sc... more
  • Smart Alex: A Chain of Love Novel (Smart Investigations, Inc. Book 1)

    by Sam Cheever
    A killer finds himself behind the curvy on getting what he wants. Matthew Smart has lost his Assistant, Cameron, in a brutal killing. Devastated, Matthew has to find out who murdered his employee while interviewing potential replacements. Strangely, the applicants all seem to be blowing off their interviews. So when a bold, softly curved beauty named Alexis McFadden shows up in his office looking to fill the position, he’s tempted to hire her just because she’s the only one who wants the job,... more