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Mystery/Thriller

  • Concealed: The Book of Joshua

    by Fritz Nordengren
    In a quintessential small Midwestern town, Professor Joshua Stone is a popular, outgoing, and quirky professor at Grant’s Hill College. He lives alone with his dog, rides a bicycle everywhere, and has memorized the high school mascot names of his students. He’s a 3-on-3-basketball player and fan who’s insular life centers around his teaching. Joshua confronts his demons while recovering from an unprovoked near-death attack. His search for an elusive witness challenges his instinctive moral and ... more
  • Rage: Jack Owens Series

    by Wayne Lasner

    "Innocent as a newborn baby." Many believe that as life begins, each of us starts out pure. Only through peer pressure and a lifetime of misguidance, are these innocents corrupted. Parents and other family members are tasked with the challenging responsibilities for shaping the lives of their young. Only, in the darkest shadows of a terrorist's world, children are raised with a philosophy of the most frightening kind. They are taught that killing for their religious beliefs, for... more

  • The Twin: Jack Owens Series

    by Wayne Lasner
    A small terrorist cell formed deep inside the Yemen desert. An idea was hatched that would save the Islamic world from the infidels. Kidnaped children of various ages roamed the streets of a Twilight Zone type town absent of any parents or siblings. The concept of family unknown to them. Brainwashed from birth to know only one purpose, hatred of America and the warped belief that their god condones the destruction of an entire society. Twenty years in the planning, extraordinary covert operator... more
  • Net Switch

    by Denise Baer

    Mental institution. Internet chat room. Stalker. Chicago. Seattle. Murderer.

    This novel contains strong language, violence and sexual content.

    She is trying to get out of the mental institution. He wants to keep her in. The only possibility for her release is to hand over her prize possession-her journal, but can she trust him with her secrets?

    In the dead of winter, Sydney Hayes finds herself in an internet chat room in hopes of expelling her loneliness. Enchanted... more

  • FOREST - Love, Loss, Legend

    by Rod Raglin
    Matthew and Raminder are young, idealistic and in love. As soon as they can they plan to leave behind the small town and small minds of Pitt Landing. They will embrace life and experience the world, maybe even change it. Man plans, God laughs. Raminder’s father has a stroke and her commitment to her family means she must postpone her plans and stay in Pitt Lake. It’s just the opposite for Matt. A family tragedy leaves irreconcilable differences between him and his father and forces him... more
  • Dying for a Dude (Laurel McKay Mysteries Book 4)

    by Cindy Sample
    When Laurel McKay agrees to perform with the Sassy Saloon Gals during Hangtown's annual Wagon Train parade, her greatest fear is a wardrobe malfunction. Before she can lace up her corset, a 150-year-old skeleton turns up on her grandmother's property. Did Laurel's great-great-grandfather murder his mining partner? Gran insists not and wants Laurel to prove it. Then the body of a prominent citizen is discovered shortly after Laurel's ex-husband decked him. When her detective boyfriend throws h... more
  • Walking Among the Shadows: Awakening

    by Navi' Robins
    For high school sophomore Aiden Storm, Jasmine is everything a teenager could ever want in a girlfriend. But all he can think about is killing her. When Jasmine arrives at Deerfield High Aiden’s simple life is changed forever. Her presence awakens a darkness inside of him that slowly spirals the soft spoken teenager’s mental stability down an abyss of madness. Constantly tormented by a growing hunger for violence, Aiden confides in his best friend Tony his uncontrollable urges. Choosing frie... more
  • The Rocking Horse

    by Gloria Zachgo
    Can a family that has been savagely ripped apart find healing and redemption? Are the mysteries hidden in the human heart destined to reveal themselves? The Rocking Horse, Gloria Zachgo’s spellbinding suspense novel, charts the harrowing emotional journey of one family that is torn asunder, then magically drawn together again. Jenny Preston has been missing for twenty-two years after being taken at the age of two on the very night her mother Amanda, Aunt Ruth, and Uncle Don were brutally and sen... more
  • Reagan's Ashes

    by Jim Heskett
    Reagan Darby crams her dad’s urn into an overflowing backpack. His last wish: deliver the urn to Rocky Mountain National Park and release his ashes into Lake Nanita. To find closure, she'll hike the same route they completed after her latest involuntary stay at the hospital. But not alone, as she'd hoped. Her cousin Dalton surprises her at the trailhead and insists on tagging along. Soon, his eerie stares and half-volume mutterings set her on edge. As they trudge further into the mountains, ... more
  • Waverly

    by Dionne Fields
    The CSI Santa Barbara collection was written just for young adults. This book is created and design just for young adults. “Tiffany Sylvester”, a college student and private investigator in Santa Barbara, California. Sylvester Investigations is where Tiffany works part-time after law school. She helps her dad, Sheriff Waverly Sylvester solve cases and conducts her own investigations. An innocent man is behind bars, for my best friend murder. “Tiffany”, believes if s... more
  • G.I. JOE: G.I.RAIN

    by Dionne Fields
    The G.I.Rain children’s book collection was written just for kids. This book is created and design just for young readers. The ages group for the G.I.Rain collection are ages 4 years old, through the age of 12 years old. I’m so grateful to create a G.I. Joe story. G.I. Rain is a new G.I. of a much younger generation of Joes. They are stronger and more skilled in the new high-tech secret weapons. The younger generations of G.I. Joes are recruiting a stronger team. This team will f... more
  • The Hester Street Kids

    by Armando Minutoli
    Set in New York’s Little Italy in the 1950’s, this character-driven drama is mysterious and sensual. It weaves lies with love, treachery with truth, and explores the ultimate meaning of moral fortitude, honesty, passion, and loyalty. The story incorporates contemporary pleasures: a love story, spice, family secrets, and crime investigation. But its underlying message is one of moral choices. It also gives a historic glimpse of the 50s. Readers will find themselves on a nostalgic journey back... more
  • The Atlantis Rain

    by Dionne Fields

    The Atlantis Rain: is an original fairy tale about a little boy who is just seven years old.

    A second grader in Mrs. Brantley Class, who fines learning about science and history in school, will be a fun adventure.

    Atlantis Rain also has a touch of romance in this children’s book that would bring this myth and mystery to life.

    It’s amazing what kids today, could learn from reading a book from their school library.

     

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