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Mystery/Thriller

  • The Castle Blues Quake

    by Linda Covella
    12-year-old Pepper’s new friend, Corey, is a ghost, but she doesn’t know it. After leaving her best friend behind in New York City, she and her family move to Santa Cruz, CA, into a run-down Victorian. Pepper discovers Corey hiding out in the backyard shed. He’s waiting to make contact with his grandfather, Boppie, before he crosses over. He tells Pepper he needs to find Boppie before Social Services sends him to a foster home. Pepper agrees to help. Earthquakes, haunted house rides, poltergei... more
  • GUARDIA: A Novel of Renaissance Italy

    by Michael Crews
    Florence, 1423 - When a mysterious body turns up on the banks of the Arno in the seedy Ognissanti district, it is up to Mercurio Capolupo, investigator for the Bargello and officer of the Otto di Guardia e Balia, to determine the victim's identity and solve the riddle of its fate. What he uncovers is a conspiracy that could shake the Republic of Florence to its very foundations. Guardia is a tale that weaves from the palaces of the Florentine elite to the hidden cells of the criminal underbelly,... more
  • To Free A Spy

    by Nick Ganaway

    When a two-thousand-dollar a night Atlantic City prostitute begins to blackmail her frequent client, whom she calls Jag, he is enraged. An ambitious presidential hopeful, Jag leaves her bleeding to death in her swanky hotel suite and calls in well-placed markers to make sure the crime never comes to light. Alas things don't work out as planned. An enterprising disbarred lawyer discovers the crime and demands millions of dollars in cash from Jag to keep it quiet and d... more

  • Cold Shadows

    by Jeff Critser
    Kip Mitchelson has been plunged into the abyss. After learning of his friend's murder in Florida, the investment banker suddenly finds himself hunted like common prey, ensnared in a dark world of fathomless cruelty. Philip Kurchow, the IT manager for a transportation company in Munich and Kip's best friend, possessed a secret to be forever silenced - the details of a lucrative smuggling enterprise in Eastern Europe. Pilfered from vaults deep inside Russia, lethal virus technology is now up for s... more
  • Taste of Poison (The Piri Aji Series Book 1)

    by Toni Tobin
    Austin Adair has a habit of snorting a concoction of frog venom and cocaine before he's forced to kill; yet he is the central character and hero of this story. As a young adult, he left the confines of the family ranch in West Texas to find work in the oilfields. At age twenty-three and tired of the backbreaking work, he sets out to make his fortune. Austin flies to Bogota with a simple plan – to buy pure Columbian cocaine cheaply and sell it at a premium back in the states. While in pursuit of ... more
  • Wild Game (Book One of The Game Trilogy 1)

    by Toni Tobin
    Mitchell Graham is the CEO of AQSR, a sports betting information company that operates in the shadows between New York and London. After being ousted from the financial markets and sent to federal prison, Mitchell has returned to carve out a lucrative niche where he and his nefarious cohorts are raking in millions each week from around the world. He's tied into crime families between New York and China that are fixing games in the NFL and prestigious European football (soccer) leagues. Financ... more
  • Toxic Assets

    by Caroline Gerardo
  • Red Carpet Ransom (copyright 2014)

    by W.F. Walsh
    Enrique Vega is one of the most notorious drug kingpins in the world and controls a family whose powerbase spreads across Mexico, Central and South America. As the Godfather is to the mafia, Vega is to the drug world. Cartel Este controls drug trafficking, money laundering, prostitutions & politicians. Vega was powerful and untouchable. Or so he thought. A joint drug task force of United States and Mexican authorities track his movements and strike at the throat of Cartel Este. Vega is a... more
  • The Umbrella Option

    by W.F. Walsh
    Special Agent Jake Stein is the head of the Miami field office, Homeland Security Investigations, and a fast-burner within the ranks of Immigration and Customs Enforcement. The Brooklyn native has a history of solving cases that involve illicit drug smuggling and human trafficking. When he starts to hear “noise” about possible terrorist movements in his area of responsibility, he has no idea who and what he is up against. Stein finds himself pitted against a terrorist group who plans to smugg... more
  • RAVAGED

    by Alexis Kennedy
    Detective Brooke Daniel's first day in the Homicide Department began with the grueling discovery of unidentifiable human remains and continued with the Mayor's daughter being slain by a sadistic killer. The killer begins to taunt Brooke, as if he knows her personally, and the killings continue. The detectives soon dub him "the Ripper" because of his copycat behavior of the infamous Jack the Ripper, and he doesn't seem to be stopping any time soon. Meanwhile, while hunting the Ripper, more unide... more
  • The Bonnie Neuk Tea Room: Friends and Uninvited Guests (Ghosts)

    by Connie Hope
    Have you every felt as if someone was touching or looking at you, but no one was visible ? Victoria Storm is facing a divorce and wants to do something different with the rest of her life, but what? She receives a cell phone call from someone who suggests she open a tea room similar to the one her grandmother had in their hometown of Metuchen, New Jersey. And who was that who just called? She encounters many surprises along the way to her new life, starting with the purchase ... more
  • The Phony Farkleberry: Twisted Oak Amateur Detectives #1

    by Michael Scott Miller
    When a painting by legendary artist Thomas Farkleberry is stolen from the art gallery where Tyler’s mother works, Tyler’s mind races to the whispered conversation he overheard on the night of the big gala. But when his mother dismisses Tyler’s suspicions, he and his friends, Melanie, Amanda, Tubby, and Dontrelle, decide to take the investigation into their own hands. Can they crack the case before their parents discover what they are up to?
  • The Mountain Place of Knowledge

    by Marshall Chamberlain

    Tense, driving thriller reminiscent of the Indian Jones books. Marshall Chamberlain gives us a raging adventure into plausible reality. A PLACE OF KNOWLEDGE INSIDE A BELIZEAN MOUNTAIN A SENTINEL GUARDS THE ENTRANCE A SCEPTER INSTRUMENT THAT HEALS AND DESTROYS A JEWELED BALL OF BLUE DEATH A RACE TO PRESERVE ANCIENT TECHNOLOGY The burial chamber of a revered Mayan sorceress is uncovered atop a sacrificial pyramid at the Caracol ruins in western Belize. Translation of ancient metallic scrolls an... more

  • Revolution Earth

    by Lambert Nagle
    Stephen Connor, trainee Metropolitan Police detective is first on the scene when a cyclist is killed in a seemingly ordinary hit-and-run. Just another tragedy on a London street? Nothing seems to trouble the killer, Big Oil PR guru Greg Palmer - who treats the incident as a minor inconvenience. He is confronted by the dead girl's soulmate, Cara, whose heart breaks as she witnesses the injustice of a system that allows the killer to walk free. When she flees halfway across the world to conf... more
  • Lie Down with Silk and Daggers

    by Frank Walters Clark
    When Jazz Malone investigates the disappearance of a well-known radio personality--and a priceless Mayan dagger--he uncovers a high-society smuggler operating a network of drugs, money laundering and priceless artifacts. Malone finds the love of his life while facing nearly insurmountable odds, and then loses her, in a horrific deadly encounter that closes the case.
  • Macabre2: Two Tales of Evil & the Grotesque

    by John Spencer Yantiss

    Contrary to the openly stated of many in the latter 20th and early 21st centuries, ghouls, ghosts, and other horrors frequenting the nightmares of those who consider themselves to be otherwise rational and "scientifically" minded, are just as real and frightening today, as they were in the 19th and preceding centuries. In "Macabre2" Sherrod Colsne finds himself confronted with circumstances and events that shatter his own steely sensibilities. "The Weerwolf Problem&qu... more

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