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Mystery/Thriller

  • The Doomsday Drifter

    by Mark DaSilva
    After deadly gas attacks have killed millions across the globe, stranded California business man Ted Ratelle struggles to find his missing family. Unprepared for such a catastrophe, an ex-military police officer befriends and trains Ted for combat. Once ready, the unlikely hero then follows clues to his family’s whereabouts, battling warlords, murderers, and thugs who stand in his way.
  • Of Wolves & Sheep (Anna Wool Book 1)

    by S. E. Meyer
    The gripping tale of a young woman struggling with her past to accept her future. The country has recovered from the uprising, but everyone has contracted a new disease. Law mandates expensive weekly treatments for those who can afford them. Those who can’t are forced through the gates of the walled city, left to fend for themselves in the wilds of the other side. After a mysterious phone call while investigating a crime scene, Anna Wool’s life catapults into chaos. Manipulated by the crim... more
  • The Bible Murder

    by Gerhard Behrens
    An archaeologist of the University of London is murdered because he found something that contradicts a well-founded and commonly accepted interpretation of the Bible. A simple clay sherd unearthed from a dig in southern Saudi Arabia turns everything upside down that we know about the region of the Old Testament. His find confirms the theory already published by the well-known and non-fictional author Professor Kamal Salibi of the University of Beirut. With such a sensitive subject it is no won... more
  • The Bible Murder

    by Gerhard Behrens
    An archaeologist of the University of London is murdered because he found something that contradicts a well-founded and commonly accepted interpretation of the Bible. A simple clay sherd unearthed from a dig in southern Saudi Arabia turns everything upside down that we know about the region of the Old Testament. His find confirms the theory already published by the well-known and non-fictional author Professor Kamal Salibi of the University of Beirut. With such a sensitive subject it is no won... more
  • The Ticket

    by Fred Shackelford

    Channing Booker, a gambler and philanderer whose marriage is failing, wins the Mega Millions lottery. To hide his $241 million jackpot from his wife Susan, he schemes to have a friend claim the money and return it after he and Susan are divorced. Returning home the next day, Channing is shocked to find that Susan has moved out and taken the rare book in which he hid the winning lottery ticket. He and his henchman frantically search for Susan, knowing they must locate the ticket before it expi... more

  • Tradur Gurl

    by PT Dawkins
    Revenge is a dish best served cold Over one year ago, the Coast Guard boarded an abandoned yacht aimlessly drifting in Puget Sound. On it they found evidence of alcohol abuse and a suicide note written by the locally prominent stock broker, Michael Franklin. Before committing his final act, he admitted his own guilt in a $100 million Ponzi scheme. At the same time, he fully incriminated Sandy Allen as the mastermind of the fraud. As a result, it is Sandy alone serving consecutive life sent... more
  • The Ponzi

    by PT Dawkins
    Michael Franklin Jr., a struggling stockbroker is trying to lead a normal, middle-town life but he has more pressure than he can handle – seemingly from all sides. His father, a superstar broker in his time, gives him his book of business just at the onset of one of the worst bear markets in history, and continues to chastise him as he has his entire life. Trying to manage dad’s former clients as best he can, Michael proceeds to lose one after another while a co-worker tries to stab him in the b... more
  • The Analyst

    by PT Dawkins
    After David Heart’s father’s estate is squandered by bad advice, his mother faces eviction and his grandfather needs life-saving surgery. A seemingly-helpful family friend finds David a seat at a bucket-shop off-Wall Street firm with the promise that money flows like wine. Naïve and quickly recognized as an easy mark, David is plunged into the eat-what-you-kill world of a trading desk, where the analysts, salesmen and traders sit like pigs at a two-sided trough. Bullied by the cruel, abusive ... more
  • Bayou City Burning

    by D. B. Borton
    A hard-boiled detective needs a hard-boiled daughter to keep him alive and honest. A native son who has lost the White House but gained the Senate is aiming to put backwater Houston at the center of JFK’s moon mission in 1961. Success depends on PI Harry Lark and his precocious twelve-year-old daughter Dizzy.
  • The Rage

    by Richard T. Burke
    It will make you see red. Blood-red. The worst crime that ever happens in the picturesque village of Netherwell is the occasional burglary, but that is all about to change. Dennis Dean takes his dog for a walk, unaware of the danger lurking in the woods. When he fails to answer his mobile phone, his wife, Alice, becomes concerned. Her fears are exacerbated after their dog returns home without its master. Over the course of the next two days, the once peaceful location is rocked by a serie... more
  • The Colour of the Soul

    by Richard T. Burke
    I can see the colour of your soul. Annalise Becker wakes from an eleven month coma with the ability to sense a person’s aura. But why won’t her family tell her what happened? What dark secret is her mother hiding? And why is there a guard outside her hospital room? Hunted by a psychopathic killer and accused of a crime she can’t remember, she must use her new skill to separate the truth from the lies before it is too late.
  • Never Speak

    by JOHN MANCHESTER
    Ray Watts is an out-of-work artist living above his gallery in funky-chic Hudson, New York, and he’s just hit rock bottom. His muse has abandoned him, his girlfriend’s dumped him—and unless he pays his half of the mortgage on their house, he’s about to be homeless too. But when Ray’s ex-wife dies in a fiery car crash, he’s suddenly reminded of the last time he hit rock bottom—when he and his wife were members of a cult. A cult ruled by a single, sinister commandment: NEVER SPEAK ABOUT WHAT W... more
  • Blackthorn

    by Judy Nedry
    A crumbling old resort. A dead brother. A phantom boat in the mist. Nightmares. And then, a body. \tIn this modern-day gothic novel set on the scenic Columbia River Gorge, Sage Blackthorn revisits demons from her past and confronts a multitude of new ones when she returns to her childhood home to solve the mystery of her brother’s death. Sage left the Pacific Northwest ten years ago and has worked her way into a cushy travel editor’s job at one of the big five women’s magazines based in New Y... more
  • Decimation: The Girl Who Survived

    by Richard T. Burke
    How far would you go to save the human race? In 2017 a virus sweeps across the world and infects every living person. It lies dormant until a woman gives birth. Then she dies. Fifteen years later, nobody has survived childbirth since the outbreak began. Teenage wheelchair athlete, Antimone Lessing, discovers she is pregnant. She has no recollection of events leading up to the conception. When she unexpectedly gives birth and lives, she becomes a vital clue in the race to develop a cure befor... more
  • Broken Monarch

    by Tom Schneider
    In 1979 Glenn is a chef at the Silver Lake Inn when his experiences of lost time become inhabited by a violent and dangerous part of himself he doesn’t know. A week before the First Lady of The United States visit to the restaurant, he meets Lindsey who holds the key to understanding what’s happening. The clock is ticking as he uncovers the mystery of their shared past, his part in Project Monarch and the plot to kill the First Lady. Can they figure it out in time to escape the program, sa... more
  • The Death Sommelier

    by Frank Stephenson
    Set on the Navajo Reservation in northeastern Arizona, a USGS geologist is sent to examine the deaths of several Navajo people because their demise was originally believed to be caused by contaminated groundwater, a subject which the geologist knows well, but suspects otherwise. His major distraction, however, is a former Navajo girlfriend who darts in and out of his life like smoke from an ancient fire. Can he find her again?

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