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  • The Murder Trail: The Audrey Murders- Book Three

    by Leonie Mateer
    Audrey is a psychopath and a serial killer residing in a coastal town in the rural far north of New Zealand. Audrey discovers a drug cartel is using her Tiromoana Cabin Resort for cocaine trafficking. She appears to be helping the police when the drugs go missing and bodies start turning up, but is she? “The Murder Trail” is the third book in the series: The Audrey Murders
  • The Cabin by the Sea: The Audrey Murders - Book Two

    by Leonie Mateer
    Having lost everything, her fortune, her career and her youth, Audrey has moved to her family’s remote seaside property in the far north of New Zealand. In order to survive financially she is forced to rent out a small cabin on the fourteen wooded acres. But finding the right tenant proves to be more difficult than she ever imagined. The local police found a young girl’s body washed up on a remote rocky beach. Two more suspicious deaths follow. “The Cabin by the Sea” is the sec... more
  • The Murder Suite: The Audrey Murders - Book One

    by Leonie Mateer
    Audrey owns "The Three Suites" perched high on a rural mountain top in Northland, New Zealand. Her many years of unsuccessful relationships have taken their toll on Audrey both physically and mentally. Now it is her time to get back at all the men who have done her wrong. When a heavy flood hits the small town, human bones are discovered in a ditch on Audrey's property no-one suspects the hard working, buxom blonde who welcomes her guests with fresh flowers, chilled wine and a personal we... more
  • The Hated

    by walter marks
    “The Hated” is the third book in the Detective Jericho series. Jericho is an NYPD detective who, after years in violent and crime-ridden East Harlem, transfers from El Barrio to the peaceful quietude of East Hampton. Only, of course it doesn’t turn out to be all that peaceful and quiet. He finds that in this playground of the rich and famous, there is an underbelly of criminal behavior — murder, violence, corruption, and perversion. Jericho is introduced in the earlier book “Death Hampton” which... more
  • Baby Blue (A Jack McCoul Caper)

    by Dwight Holing
    The newest installment in the Jack McCoul mystery series. El Niño brings more than long-awaited rain to San Francisco. An old love shows up on Jack McCoul’s doorstep and trouble is not far behind. Sparks fly and a storm of murder and double cross forces the former con artist back into the game. This time he’s playing for keeps.
  • Little Girl Wonder

    by Kellie O'Neil
    Salina is a child trafficked to Detroit from Honduras. Held by a ring led by high-ranking officials, how will she get back home? Who can she trust?
  • The Key-Stone Of The Bridge

    by Craig Meggy
    Here's what Undiscovered Scotland said "This really is a fabulous book; and it is a book that deserves to be widely read and enjoyed!." And an Amazon TOP 100 Reviewer.... "Nicely executed, roundly offensive, no concessions expected and none given. This book is highly enjoyable throughout!" Eileen Shaw Reunite, a happy-go-lucky Scully, foul-mouthed Doc, naive Robbie and the stoic Donald at an allegedly haunted and isolated shelter, amid the creaking bonds of an alliance built in the amber w... more
  • Terminal (A Lomax and Biggs Mystery)

    by Marshall Karp
    A man walking his dog on a dark suburban street. A car comes out of nowhere and mows him down. The driver, Bruce Bower, is distraught, but the police rule it an accident and assure him that it wasn’t his fault. But it was. Bower has Stage IV lung cancer, and in a desperate attempt to provide for his wife, he turns from law-abiding citizen to paid assassin. He’s not the first. Or the last. And as the bodies mount up, LAPD detectives Mike Lomax and Terry Biggs have to find the person who is ... more
  • Appraisal for Murder (Jolie Gentil Cozy Mystery Series Book 1)

    by Elaine L. Orr
    If your name translates to "pretty nice" in French, you've probably gotten used to teasing. It doesn't prepare you to find out that your soon-to-be-ex-husband has a gambling problem, raided your assets, and embezzled from his bank. Jolie Gentil moves to Great Aunt Madge's Jersey shore B&B, taking her cat Jazz, and joining Madge's pair of prune-eating dogs. She tells herself it's not a retreat, just a smart change. Jolie rekindles friendships, dodges a low-level wise guy, and tries to figure out ... more
  • The Gun Trial: A Legal Thriller (Series Book 2)

    by Dale E. Manolakas

    ☆Inspired by a real case, this is the latest release by top-selling legal thriller author Dale. E. Manolakas ☆

    A Yale student's tragic end triggers a deadly fight for justice against gun sellers and an attack on the Second Amendment right to bear arms. As guns fire and lives shatter. Media wars and violence drive this legally pivotal trial against gun sellers. Only the small Los Angeles firm of Kraus & White will take on the cutting-edge case against the national gun establishment a... more

  • Tokyo Black

    by Andrew Warren
    When former CIA agent Thomas Caine agrees to an assignment in Tokyo, he thinks he’s merely tracking down a missing girl. But he soon finds himself facing off against a deadly terrorist group — and his own life hangs in the balance…

    by J.A. Schneider
    A chilling psychological thriller about a woman caught between two men... Mari Gill wakes to horror in a strange apartment next to a murdered man, and can't remember the night before. Accused of murder, she feels torn between her husband, a successful defense attorney, and a mysterious, kind man who wants to help. Can she trust either of them - or even her friends? Detective Kerri Blasco battles her police bosses believing Mari is innocent...but is she?
  • Jack Howwes: The Beginnings

    by Michał Kóska
    Jack Howwes just began his career as a soldier. His commitment to the duty and hard work has made him a special agent of the new CIA department. His first mission is placed in the heart of New York City.
  • The Mine: A Science Fiction Thriller (Shadowmark Origins Book 1)

    by T.M. Catron
    A shadow in a field. A string of disappearances. The beginning of the end. West Virginia, 1956. Seventeen-year-old Alice Peters is just an average girl—or maybe she isn’t. Forced to quit school and support herself, she becomes the first female miner in Springwater. And it's not easy. Despised by her male counterparts, she sets out to prove she has just as much right to be in the mine as they do. But something is haunting the depths of the mountain and the mists of the valley. Miners begin... more
  • Vector

    by Michael Shusko
    When researcher Jawad Khattib gasps his last breath on the Massachusetts General Hospital floor, the Department of Homeland Security answers—especially after a preliminary autopsy suggests he died of radiation poisoning. What exactly was Khattib working on? And who was he working for? DHS Agent Lee Jansen is rushed to Boston and paired with expert toxicologist Dr. Emma Hess to crack the case. All evidence points to the creation of a dirty bomb, but the clues seem too clean, too obvious. D... more
  • Norton Out Of Time: A Sci Fi Spy Adventure Thriller

    by David Avoura King
    Spies don’t normally just disappear. Norton Blake is one of MI9’s top secret agents. When a fellow secret agent disappears in Rome while investigating a leak of British secrets to an enemy, Norton is sent to investigate. Now Norton is fighting modern-day Nazis to recover those secrets from them, even though they are trying to kill him. And from far away some Nazis with high-tech are also trying to make Norton disappear. You should read this prequel to Hitler Out Of Time today and discover mo... more