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Mystery/Thriller

  • 57 Chevy

    by Michael Seigler
    Detective John Bloom for the town of Letterson unearths a mystery when a family of three are found drowned in their car. As he investigates he finds that it was no ordinary car and someone still wants it to remain under water some fifty years later.
  • The Consultants

    by michael seigler
    Al, Juba and Manuel enrich themselves using their psychic powers along with a greedy organization. The organization though decides to take greed one step further which creates a problem for the three. To make matters worse one of them falls in love and that threatens to unravel their tight knit brotherhood. Can their psychic powers help them?
  • Grunge Gods and Graveyards

    by Kimberly G. Giarratano
    Parted by death. Tethered by love. Lainey Bloom’s high school senior year is a complete disaster. The popular clique, led by mean girl Wynter Woods, bullies her constantly. The principal threatens not to let her graduate with the class of 1997 unless she completes a major research project. And everyone blames her for the death of Wynter’s boyfriend, Danny Obregon. Danny, a gorgeous musician, stole Lainey’s heart when he stole a kiss at a concert. But a week later, he was run down on a dang... more
  • Puzzle Trees

    by Thom Mark Shepard
    Exposed to the horror genre at an impressionable age by Theo, his equally troubled half-brother, freshman Joe Sheffield has only recently begun to control his obsession with all things grim and gruesome. But when two of his best friends move away, and his last best friend gravitates toward a new set of friends, Joe feels his old phobias returning with a vengeance, even as he is drawn to Gina, a mysterious bird-like classmate with her own dark secret. Discovering that several cats have disappear... more
  • Behind Prison Bars

    by Sandra Olson
    Samantha Owens applied for the vacant position offered by the State of Texas prison officials for a Registered Nurse with obstetrical experience to work in their OB clinic. After her somewhat frightening orientation what she actually ended up working was the night shift position making her responsible for over 900 inmates in the women’s correctional facility. Facing the challenges of triaging pregnant inmates and those with multiple medical issues was daunting and often dangerous during the m... more
  • Murder by Proxy

    by Sandra Olson
    After discovering sinister deaths in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit Joyce Lattimer RN struggles to protect those she loves and the innocent babies she cares for in the hospital. Loosely based on the actual murders committed by a nurse in a San Antonio hospital this fictional novel fabricates one story of why it might have happened.
  • GET OUT of TOWN

    by Laurie Banton

    Tyler Knight’s 40th birthday is fast approaching, and her ex husband has threatened she won’t live to see that day. Like the Cole Porter lyrics … Get out of town … Before it’s too late … Tyler quits a going-nowhere job and moves to Southern Indiana where she sets up shop for private investigations. Before her detective license arrives, unusual advertising leads successful young Realtor Sally Ann Lowe to hire Tyler to find who is terrifying her w... more

  • Lane Changes (Cassie Cruise Mysteries Book 1)

    by S.L. Ellis
    Cassie Cruise wants her life back as a kick-ass P.I. Trouble is, she has zero credibility since bungling a case on reality TV. After a public tantrum, she slinks off to bury her head in the sandy beaches of Southwest Florida. Just as she starts over as the owner of The Big Prick Tattoo Shop, a body is discovered in the trunk of her burning car. Cassie's aware there are those who'd get in line for their turn to torch her car. But murder? You don't have to like her, but you damn well better respec... more
  • Head Games

    by Chuck Rose
    Successful Park Avenue psychiatrist Dr. Jonah Hoffman leads a fairly normal life–a good practice, a loving wife and children–until he takes on a dangerous new patient. At first Robert Kolfax, CEO of a Blackwater-like private security firm with secret ops all over the world, seems like a powerful but troubled man in need of Jonah’s help. But Jonah soon discovers that Kolfax is a sociopath. A mass murderer. And what’s worse, he’s untouchable, operating in a jurisdictional bubble. In an effort t... more
  • The Kizuna Coast

    by Sujata Massey
    The Kizuna Coast, a Rei Shimura Mystery (#11 in an Agatha and Macavity Award-winning series) After a devastating earthquake and tsunami hit Japan in 2011, Rei Shimura's beloved mentor, Ishida-san, sends an SOS to the young Japanese-American .antiques dealer Rei immediately takes off from Hawaii to Tohoku. Her search is complicated by the disappearance of Mayumi, a troubled 19-year-old artist from a famous lacquer dynasty. As Rei wades through wreckage, and her husband Michael heads off to Fukus... more
  • The Cured

    by David Wind

    When over 4000 people world-wide die after taking a cure for cancer, the drug is recalled. But the questions keep coming. Was it contamination? Was it sabotage? Or, was it outright murder by an insane research scientist in retaliation against the pharmaceutical giant he worked for and to avenge the death of his wife? And everyone wants Doctor Donald Brockman! The lawyers want answers; the FDA want answers and, Homeland Security wants the doctor. When the 911 code flashed across her beeper, Do... more

  • Rome Is Burning

    by Roy A. Teel, Jr.
    “Rome Is Burning” is secret government code for a potential terrorist attack in the U.S. The City of Los Angeles is in danger, and no one knows it. Special Agent John Swenson, aka The Iron Eagle, and Sheriff’s Homicide Detective Jim O’Brian have been in search of a serial killer with a twist: a terrorist plot of tremendous proportions. A disgraced Marine Corps Colonel has hatched a plan with her subordinates to destroy the city of Los Angeles and kill millions of its citizens. John Swenson, also... more
  • Qualified Immunity

    by Sylvie Fox
    Sheila Harrison Grant is the first African American woman ever nominated to the federal bench in Cleveland. But when her thirteen-year-old daughter Olivia shares a family secret with a well-meaning guidance counselor, she sets the wheels in motion to feed a partisan senate’s opposition, threatening her mother’s position…and both of their lives. Once an ambitious young law student with promise, Casey Cort made the mistake of crossing a classmate from a prominent and influential family. Now... more
  • The Invincibles

    by JW Patrick
    12-year-old Jack Crawford is the only person who can save his dad from certain execution. Trouble is, Jack is trapped thousands of miles away in a remote Scottish boarding school. He needs help but his new classmates are a bunch of rich, spoiled, lazy, resentful pre-teens. With time running out, Jack must forge this bunch of misfits into The Invincibles, a crack team of daring escapologists, whip-smart cryptographers, cunning App programmers and robotic engineers. But can The Invincibles overco... more
  • Loose Ends: A California Corwin P. I. Mystery (California Corwin P. I. Mystery Series Book 1)

    by D.D. VanDyke
    When a vicious criminals kidnap a young girl, street-smart but damaged ex-cop and P. I. California "Cal" Corwin is engaged to find and rescue her before murder raises the stakes. As a straightforward case takes unexpected twists, Cal must quell a growing fear that an anguished mother may never see her child again. With a shadowy crime lord lurking behind every unexpected clue, Cal struggles to tie up loose ends before evil claims its next victim.
  • Justice for None

    by JM Harvey
    Retired Dallas Police Department Homicide detective Valentine Justice had spent half his life chasing murder suspects only to become one himself. After a bloody shootout in a South Dallas basement left spree killers Lamar and Lemuel Sutton dead, Valentine had expected a hero’s welcome. What he received was a disability pension and an unceremonious ejection from the police department amidst allegations that he had executed the Suttons in cold blood. In the four years since he laid down h... more

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