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Mystery/Thriller

  • Serenity

    by Tom Bleakley
  • B00H5CEB6A

    by baibin nighthawk
    Mark Savannah has already lived two lives and now he is looking for a third, but he is trapped by a past he can’t escape. Professor Zimmermann of the University of Buenos Aires has warned him: "They have been able to cover up the whole affair and destroy all the evidence". Mark has discovered an extraordinary secret hidden deep in CIA director Colonel Reed's past and in the neural transplant operations of Biosketch Technologies Inc., a biotech company set up by Reed. Mark came into contact wi... more
  • The Seed Gatherers

    by Inge Meldgaard
    In the year 2457, in the Dandenong Ranges, on the outskirts of Melbourne, Australia, a crime is committed by two young Norwegians that affects the entire community. If caught, Yngwie and his friend Torleif, who are expert communication systems hackers, must answer to the Federation Special Investigation Unit. Others use the event as inspiration, plunging the forests and its people into chaos. The lives of scientists, forest guardians and seed gatherers are placed at risk, as are their cats – ... more
  • A Death In The Making

    by Inge Meldgaard
    When the body of a young woman is found in an isolated bushland area near the small town of Stanthorpe, in Queensland, Australia, the Brisbane Peacekeeping Force is called in to assist with the investigation. Freddi, a peacekeeper originally from Jamaica, and her bondmate Meng Jarrah, a forensics expert, are accompanied by their cat, Shela, who uses her telepathic powers to help solve this increasingly unusual case. Set in the year 2456, this sequel to ‘The Cicada’ steps back into the past to re... more
  • The Cicada

    by Inge Meldgaard
    Following the devastating effects of climate change, famine, disease, and nearly two hundred years of war, by the year 2450, the world has finally enjoyed two centuries of peace, while the population of the planet has stabilized at three billion. One central government, the World Federation of Nations, administers the judicial needs of all nations through its General Assembly and funds scientific research dedicated to restoring the planet's fragile ecosystems. At a principal research facilit... more
  • Deceit

    by Mark McGinn
    Suspended lawyer turned PI, Clay Tempero, is doing it hard in Sydney and he’s over snooping on adulterers and living in cramped conditions. Then an old mate asks for his help in defending a wannabe pop star charged with murdering her son, though the boy’s body has never been found. But it’s not long before he finds the client dead in her own home. It seems the case is over until, Helena Carter, the ambitious politician bankrolling the defence, persuades Clay to find the missing boy – dead or ali... more
  • Jade Dragon

    by Andy Phillips
    Seductive, manipulative and a master of martial arts. Jade Dragon is the lead character of a chart topping videogame franchise. But someone in San Francisco is playing for real. The deadly game begins when a masked, leather-clad woman kidnaps Dragonsoft president Toshigi Tasoto, and delivers a ransom note to his daughter Nicole. In a daring move, she contacts the police, but they arrive too late to save her father. When more company employees fall prey to the unknown assassin – who themes her... more
  • The Flower Shop

    by Hugh Quinn

    Beautiful blossoms flourish in the front of the Florería Roma--
    but dangerous plans are blooming in the back room.

    Harry, an un-employed American newspaper reporter, comes to Mexico to have a good time. He wants to see the sights, play golf, go fishing, and hit the beach. His first night in Mexico City he has dinner with Rosa, a blue-eyed blonde Mexican girl, and he stumbles on a body in the back of the restaurant. From then on, he and Rosa are forced to fight for their... more

  • The German Club

    by patrick oster
    If you ask people why the Berlin Wall came down so unexpectedly, those who remember those days might tell you it was because of President Ronald Reagan’s famous “tear down this wall” speech. Many forget that address took place more than two years before Germans put sledgehammers and pick axes to the cement barrier as the beginning act of their reunification. Now, after a quarter of a century has passed, a story has begun to circulate about what really happened. It’s a tale of a mysterious group ... more
  • The Hunting Dog

    by Louis Powell
    Tim Lichten takes a leasing job with an older mall in a small Georgia town. There, he meets colorful local characters and tainted business owners. He first learns of their shady backgrounds then something more sinister. Tim is trapped in a web from which escape seems impossible. The picture in his mind is clear: he may be next to die as he knows too much. And yet, there is something missing in a labyrinth of lies. He must find the truth and escape. When Tim learns what actually happened , the tr... more
  • Creature Storms

    by Ron Clinton Smith
    A WW ll and Korean War pilot and hero, a patriotic, middle American farmer who’d trusted his government with two sons in Vietnam, and been betrayed in that, after having his farm largely con-trolled by his government all his life, is in jeopardy of losing his homestead of 150 years. After his death, his sons scramble to hold onto the farm and make sense of all this and each other. A seed that Deke, the middle of three sons, and Barrett, his friend had brought back from Vietnam seventeen years ... more
  • The Summer You Slept on Glass

    by D. A. Deans

    Johnny Styvers and Seth Kogan are childhood friends—glued together by an inseparable bond and oath. But when Johnny’s mother mysteriously disappears, Seth’s parents demand he distance himself from the Styvers. This sparks a downward spiral for Johnny.

    Now seventeen, Johnny’s gut pushes him to seek out Seth. As their friendship realigns, they find themselves on a road where family and strangers unearth a shocking revelation about the disappearance of his mother.... more

  • Red Tape

    by Michele LynnSeigfried
  • The Protocol: A Prescription to Die

    by John P. Goetz
    The Protocol, A Prescription to Die is a startlingly prophetic medical thriller by John P. Goetz and is the latest page turner in his Eat Teague novel series. John P. Goetz’s medical suspense thriller has been described as, “Ayn Rand meets Dean Koontz at a Twilight Zone gathering with Michael Crichton, Stephen King, and Robin Cook.” The Protocol, A Prescription to Die poses the questions, “What if the government assigned value to individuals and controlled whether a person could live or die?”... more
  • The Bloodline Artifacts

    by Howie Erickson
    The Bloodline Artifacts, a cross-genre novel in the style of Dan Brown and Clive Cussler, takes you on an adventure through history and into the present to answer questions about mankind’s origin. The story begins with a divorced father trying to maintain a connection to his young son. When Kurt Sigurdson takes his son, Robby, on a dune buggy trip to southeastern California, they make a strange discovery, and Robby activates mysterious artifacts located around the world. But others are w... more

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