Find out the latest indie author news. For FREE.

ADVERTISEMENT

Mystery/Thriller

  • The Loneliest Places

    by Keith Edward Vaughn
    Years since inheriting his famous father's private investigation agency, Ellis Dunaway is a man out of time. He is also out of money, clients, and control of his drug habit. A simple favor for his coke dealer—finding out what happened to the guy he let stay in his Malibu rental house—sets off a series of increasingly violent encounters as the missing man turns out to be connected to one of L.A.'s most powerful families and a brutal cartel called the Black Fist. Traversing the city in his father’... more
  • A Measure of Rhyme

    by Lloyd Jeffries

    An Explosive Tale of Love and Survival...

    Gold Award, Feathered Quill Book Awards 2024 (Religious/Spiritual Fiction)
    Silver Award, Feathered Quill Book Awards 2024 (Mystery/Suspense)
    Semi-finalist, 9.5 Booklife Prize by Publisher's Weekly - "Heart-pounding...readers will not want to put it down...beautifully written" 
    BookLife Elite


    Rhyme Carter has a problem—she’s married to the Antichrist... more

  • The Route 9 Killer (A Mystery/Thriller)

    by Kelli A. Wilkins
    The Route 9 Killer (A Mystery/Thriller) Detective Jim Rourke suspects a serial killer is hunting women in Central New Jersey. The victims are held captive, brutalized, then murdered and dumped along deserted stretches of Route 9. There’s no physical evidence, no witnesses, and the killer is smart enough to leave no clues. Rourke is alone on a manhunt, and time is running out. Eight victims have already fallen prey to this madman. Can Rourke catch the killer and rescue the next v... more
  • Codename Parsifal: A WWII Thriller

    by Martin Roy Hill
    The Spear of Destiny. The Roman Legionnaire’s lance that pierced Christ’s body as he hung on the cross. Legend claims whomever possesses it will become a great conqueror. But if they lose it, they will lose everything—including their lives. Shortly before WWII, Hitler stole the spear from a museum in Vienna. In the last weeks of the European war, he lost it. General George Patton orders an American OSS team to find the spear and recover it. Unknown to the Americans, both the Russians and t... more
  • Nusantara

    by Tom Quinn
    After dropping out of university, getting a job as a storeman, doing drugs and then splitting up with his wife, Jack, in a fit of depression, joins the Australian Army and is sent to East Timor at the height of the troubles. He "volunteers" for a mission in Indonesia, where the United Nations, with help from the US Navy and the Royal Marines, are trying to rescue a group of foreigners, mostly Europeans, being held hostage by the local rebels. Jack completes his mission only to become the victim ... more
  • id: A Novel by Kevin Spark

    by Chick Lit Café - Book Reviews & Marketing
    Winner of the CLC Book Excellence Award for psychological thrillers Dr. Shelly, a brilliant psychologist, forever haunted by her father and his murderous past, is driven by the need to find out why we do the things we do? Is the concept of free will just a concept and nothing more, a construct that blinds us to a less palatable truth, that who we are is predetermined and encoded at birth? Does anyone really choose to do the bad things we do or are we just doing what comes naturally? Shelly... more
  • California Roll: A Paranormal Journey

    by Argent Amos

    A dark energy has followed Noah Sowles since he was a child. As he hammers his big rig along over the backroads and highways of the country, it's only getting worse.

    In the wilderness of the Northern California redwoods, he's highjacked and brutally abducted by two seedy, racist men. They deliver him to their boss, an enigmatic owner of a thriving marijuana farm. After days of struggling for his life, he accepts a dangerous, non-negotiable deal: to drive the rig loaded with seve... more

  • The Alaska Job

    by Vince Milam
    Case Lee embarks on a perilous quest for a long-lost fortune, entangling himself in a deadly game of espionage and greed. From enigmatic Buddhist monks to the wilderness of Alaska, he follows an ancient trail that holds the key to a billion-dollar hoard.
  • 41 The Symbol of Hate

    by Muhammad Irtiza Mehdi
    The story builds up around the nature of the connection Ulva and Vernon have. Time hasn’t been kind to Vernon, an autistic guy, who is enticed by his schizophrenic wife into molding a new perception of mankind. Parallel to this, Ulva’s existence is clung to a regretful past which suffocates her to date. As the tale progresses, nature starts whispering into their ears the secrets of each of the seven symbols left for them. The entire living kind is eager to make the tale reach a decisive end but ... more
  • Forge of the Assassin (NEXUS Book 7)

    by Ross Harrison
    Codename Ares. A legend. A ghost story. They say that seven years ago, she rained down hell from the stars, cutting through everyone in her path: cops, intelligence officers, assassins. All for a baby girl. They say that if she really was just one person, she died under a thousand tonnes of rubble. They're wrong. Alexiares has kept Baby safe for seven years, staying one step ahead of assassins and hunters. But one step isn't enough. Not when their new enemy reveals himself. Her worst night... more
  • The Daedalus Protocol

    by Jeff Sheckter
    A deadly pathogen has been unleashed across the globe, killing livestock and destroying crops as it spreads. A near-extinction event from worldwide famine will be certain if it’s not stopped in time. A mysterious man known only as Daedalus, possessing advanced technology and seemingly unlimited resources, has assembled a crew of notable soldiers and scientists for a mission to stop the coming plague. Embarking on a perilous archeological odyssey, this elite team, led by SEAL commander Gry... more
  • The Galileo Gambit

    by Gary McAvoy
    Father Michael Dominic, prefect of the Vatican Secret Archives in Rome, is entrusted with the mission of transporting the original 17th-century trial documents of Galileo to Loyola Law School in Chicago. The stage is set for a modern historical mock trial of Galileo’s original heresy charges, commemorating the 400th anniversary of the legendary event. In this riveting reenactment, Galileo’s fate lies in the hands of the Vatican’s current chief prosecutor—a cunning bishop from the Dicastery fo... more
  • CODE CRISIS

    by Joe Purpura
    Dr. Vince DeLuca would normally take a Tito’s straight up with two olives after a ruptured ectopic pregnancy nearly flatlined a patient. Maybe follow it up with a one-night stand to chase away memories of the trauma that’s kept his life stagnant for so long. But when he overhears one of his recovering patients—married to the CEO of a defense contractor—mumbling about “stingers,” “revenge,” and her affair with a mysterious man named Salaam, Vince’s PTSD alights. Sure, it could just be the ramb... more
  • Death of a Diva: From Berlin to Broadway

    by Brigitte Goldstein
    During an engagement on Broadway in the summer of 1941, Stella Berger, a formerly renowned star of stage and screen in Weimar Germany and outspoken critic of the Nazi regime, is brutally murdered. The police investigation leads to the arrest of a Hungarian street violinist who once had a close relationship with the actress. Misia Safran, a young Jewish refugee and part-time employee at the theater, is convinced that the wrong person is tried for in the murder and sentenced to death. Launching he... more
  • Sanctum

    by Sue Rovens
    The floating dog. The scrawled messages. The corpse-like hands reaching into the world of the living. When minor issues for homeowners Ronnie and Emily take a sudden left turn into the world of the weird, they look first to their handyman and then to their real estate agent for answers. Ed Thackery, newly appointed agent representing Cain Mill Homes, attempts to help but it soon becomes apparent that neither Ed nor his clients are aware of the horrors that have already infiltrated their smal... more
  • The Backfill

    by Michael McKain
    What if the person you replaced at work had vanished without a trace? Jake Serrano has just landed his dream job at Resolute, a Seattle tech giant known for its lucrative pay, limitless career opportunities, and a nasty habit of crushing anyone failing to meet its high standards. But the company's notorious work culture isn't the only thing Jake finds shocking; he soon discovers that his predecessor, Jessie, has vanished without a trace. Navigating the intense pressure of his new job, Jake... more
ADVERTISEMENT

Loading...