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Mystery/Thriller

  • You Say Goodbye

    by Keith Steinbaum
    After a temperamental meltdown on stage, Sean Hightower, a regretful and resentful “one-hit wonder” rock musician hoping for a comeback, returns to his girlfriend’s condo seeking comfort from the woman he loves. But after letting himself in, he discovers her naked body on the bed, murdered from a bullet to the head. When the police detective arrives and sees the two taped pieces of paper on the wall with the word, “hello,” on one and “goodbye,” on the other, he realizes that the renowned serial ... more
  • Acid and Bribery

    by Jeanne Ann Off
    Tomar El Oro, the stakes winning three-year-old American Quarter Horse stallion favored to win the race, unexpectedly lost miserably. Having overheard a conversation that suggested bribery, Kelsey Kelley wondered if her best friend's father, Eustacio Rios, was bribed to lose.
  • The Bible Murder

    by Gerhard Behrens
    he Bible had made history, changed societies, created art and also caused murders—quite a lot of murders in fact. The latest one is the killing of Professor Karl Fehr of the University of London. He provided the long missing archaeological proof for a daring theory published by Professor Kamal Salibi, a real (not fictional) Lebanese historian [see his book ʽThe Bible came from Arabiaʼ, 1985). Based on thorough linguistic and geographical studies he, and later also Fehr, became convinced that all... more
  • Thou Shall Not Kill

    by John Leifer
    It was a beautiful morning graced by crystal blue skies as Kamal passed through the gate at Sapir Academic College, Israel’s largest public university. Unnoticed, he merged seamlessly into the flow of bodies traversing the campus. At precisely 9:05 a.m. he began to recite his prayers. Two minutes later, he stopped, stared at the heavens, then shouted, “Allah Akbar!” before depressing a detonator. In a millisecond, scorching hot metal ripped through the flesh of anyone within Kamal’s line of sig... more
  • Death Can Delight: A Trio of Mysteries

    by Joseph Amiel
    3 murderous mysteries! 3 mystifying murders! These short stories contain the wit, drama, complexity, and surprises that characterize author Joseph Amiel's novels. In "The Girl Who Spoke Ventriloquism", a U.S. army vet intent on killing a man who committed a vicious crime meets an enchanting violinist performing in a Killarney pub. She can't speak but, oh, does he get an earful from her talkative friends! Next stop for both of them: Ireland's Charlie Chaplin Comedy Film Festival. "Judgemen... more
  • Premonition: A Cotton Lee Penn Historical Mystery

    by Tower Lower
    Shot while hunting in 1972, Anselm Bannon is the first clue in a mystery that began in 1864. Cotton Lee, hired by Max Mayfair to help investigate Anselm’s death, finds ten gold coins minted in 1862 in Anselm’s satchel. The gold coins turn out to be a gift delivered in 1864 by Union soldier Albert Bannon to his southern mistress, Sophie, who is pregnant with his child. Sophie gives the coins to her enslaved black maid in payment for killing the baby. Albert dies an unexplained death soon after, a... more
  • The Gilded Sanctum

    by Keith Veverka
    Former FBI agent Ryan Walker is a private investigator who tracks down people for the wealthy and powerful, frequently crossing the line between justice and revenge. Disgraced by his final operation as an agent and haunted by the demons of his past, he is now lost in the world of missing persons. Walker seeks atonement for his sins when a client calls upon him to find his missing daughter who vanished from her prestigious private school in suburban Washington, D.C. without a trace. But as he ... more
  • The Outbreak of A Monstrous Infection

    by Afshan Hashmi

    A monstrous infection is spreading worldwide. Is this a simple infection or a deliberate attempt to ruin the human population, or bio-terrorism? What is this global infection and who is spreading this? To know that, read this suspense-filled book by an Amazon best-selling and hot #1 new-release author of a previous book called The Modern Mughal Mentality: New Strategies to Succeed in India and the Global Marketplace. In the author's second book, a sizzling science-fiction story, a crime i... more

  • The Cursed Series, Parts 1 & 2

    by Rebecca Donovan
    It was supposed to be a night like any other. A little fun, out with her closest friends. Until Lana is the sole witness to a horrific crime. Now, she can't say a word - not if she wants to protect everyone she cares about. Instead, she's sent away to a private school to pay for her silence. A place where nothing is as it appears. And there's no one she can trust.
  • The River Rat Murders

    by Frank Gertcher
    The River Rat Murders presents the first part of the diary of Caroline Case, a Wabash Valley Madame, during Prohibition. After the murder of her friend Alec in 1921, Caroline becomes an amateur but extremely resourceful detective. She and her mysterious new friend, Hannibal Jones, her "girls" and an odd assortment of local characters solve five murders. They get no help from the authorities, who are on the take from gangsters who control the booze trade in the Valley. Caroline, Hannibal and thei... more
  • The Dark Cabin Murders

    by Frank Gertcher
    A few months after their arrival in Maryville, Indiana in the spring of 1841, John Edwin and Maude Worthington and their son Thomas con pious old Adam Gibson out of the title to a dark cabin near the Devil’s Dell. Emboldened by their success, the elder Worthingtons try to swindle the newly arrived and obviously wealthy John Murrow out of his money. Unknown to the Worthingtons, Black John is a slave trader, thief and murderer, and he is on the run from the law. The Worthingtons lure Murrow to the... more
  • Don't Dare to Dream

    by Dan Friedman

    A successful million-dollar start-up is David Pascal's dream. But some people would kill to get a piece of it.

     

    David didn't want much: a successful start-up, a wife, and a family. But a series of bad encounters, ruined partnerships, and a failed relationship drove him to attempt suicide.

    Rick, a good-looking life coach desperate to become the next Tony Robbins, moves in next door. He offers to help David get back on his feet in exchange for his mentorship in d... more

  • The Doomsday Drifter

    by Mark DaSilva
    After deadly gas attacks have killed millions across the globe, stranded California business man Ted Ratelle struggles to find his missing family. Unprepared for such a catastrophe, an ex-military police officer befriends and trains Ted for combat. Once ready, the unlikely hero then follows clues to his family’s whereabouts, battling warlords, murderers, and thugs who stand in his way.
  • Of Wolves & Sheep (Anna Wool Book 1)

    by S. E. Meyer
    The gripping tale of a young woman struggling with her past to accept her future. The country has recovered from the uprising, but everyone has contracted a new disease. Law mandates expensive weekly treatments for those who can afford them. Those who can’t are forced through the gates of the walled city, left to fend for themselves in the wilds of the other side. After a mysterious phone call while investigating a crime scene, Anna Wool’s life catapults into chaos. Manipulated by the crim... more
  • The Bible Murder

    by Gerhard Behrens
    An archaeologist of the University of London is murdered because he found something that contradicts a well-founded and commonly accepted interpretation of the Bible. A simple clay sherd unearthed from a dig in southern Saudi Arabia turns everything upside down that we know about the region of the Old Testament. His find confirms the theory already published by the well-known and non-fictional author Professor Kamal Salibi of the University of Beirut. With such a sensitive subject it is no won... more
  • The Bible Murder

    by Gerhard Behrens
    An archaeologist of the University of London is murdered because he found something that contradicts a well-founded and commonly accepted interpretation of the Bible. A simple clay sherd unearthed from a dig in southern Saudi Arabia turns everything upside down that we know about the region of the Old Testament. His find confirms the theory already published by the well-known and non-fictional author Professor Kamal Salibi of the University of Beirut. With such a sensitive subject it is no won... more

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