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Mystery/Thriller

  • Cloud Warriors

    by Rob Jung
    Anthropology professor TERRY CASTRO makes the discovery of a lifetime: a pale-skinned, blonde-haired, blue-eyed tribe, secluded in the Peruvian rain forest since the time of the Incas, but the discovery puts Castro in a coma caused by curare, a primitive poison. He learns, however, that curare comas are different. He can still feel and hear even though his body is in a catatonic state. \tCastro is transported to a San Francisco hospital at the insistence of LEON DAY, sponsor of Castro's annual ... more
  • The Reaper

    by Rob Jung
    A riot at the 1937 Paris World Exposition turns deadly, and propels timid security guard, Francois Picard, into the middle of maelstrom: a fight over possession of a famous painting between the Nazi high command, Catalonian nationalists, an American industrialist and a Spanish museum curator. Against the backdrop of the Spanish Civil War, Picard clumsily attempts to influence the painting’s future to his personal advantage, but his girlfriend jilts him, the looming world war terrifies him and hi... more
  • The Sower, Book Two of the Chimera Chronicles

    by Rob Jung
    A five-year-old unsolved murder, a U.S. senate candidate with a past to hide, and an alleged art forgery that rocks the art world: all pieces of a multi-dimensional puzzle facing Detective Ronni Brilliant and the women of the Monet Detective Agency. Hired to solve a cold-case murder, Brilliant, a transgender former Marine MP struggling with her own sexuality, faces an unrelenting succession of threats from an unknown source, raising the suspicion that her own client, the murder victim's grands... more
  • Tunnels & Caves

    by Robert Haydon
    Tunnels & Caves is a fast-moving and entertaining mystery thriller that features the duo of Former sheriff Kelly Wren and the beautiful Angie Morrison. They live and work out of a revamped country home in Willow Creek, Texas. Wren teams up with detective Wayne Tolleson to solve some very difficult and danger-laden cold cases while Angie fights off a band of coyotes and a persistent stalker. The tension builds throughout the book and it all comes to a head with a surprise ending.
  • Vestiges

    by Peggy Ann Shumway
    When anthropology professor Oneida Graham is entangled in a Michigan Relic mystery, she pairs up with archaeologist Lance Graham, a step-cousin of sorts, embarking on a frantic hunt to find the Native American treasure and the person responsible for their grandfather’s demise. Unfortunately, the diabolical forces at play are sworn to beat them to the target and destroy the treasured secrets before they can share what is sure to change humanity forever.
  • Deadly Dance: A Scott Drayco Mystery

    by BV Lawson
    Some secrets refuse to stay buried... When Scott Drayco's ex-girlfriend begs him to prove her rich fiancé, Harry Dickerman, is innocent of murder, Drayco's torn; he's suspicious of Harry's motives for wanting to marry a much younger woman, but on the other hand, the man seems to be a paragon of virtue. The police think it's an open-and-shut case — the victim was Harry's ex-wife, killed in Harry's home with his own letter opener, and only Harry's prints were on the murder weapon. But as Dra... more
  • The Job: Keep your enemies close and your target closer.

    by M.E. Saleh
    Rules were broken—Sam had no choice but to leave the organization. Walter’s dying wish is for Sam to come out of retirement for one last job. Trained in martial arts with the patience of a sniper and underground connections, Sam must ruin Andrew Donovan and take away everything and everyone he holds dear, including his wife, Dr. Leigh Harris. Dr. Harris races the clock to release her groundbreaking cancer treatment to save millions of lives. However, when the setbacks shift from unfortunate a... more
  • City of Schemes

    by Bill Garwin

    The year is 2028 and the Feds have appropriated Northern California for the Great Experiment. They designate it “Norcal” and create satellite-enforced borders to protect the clinical purity of society’s most ambitious scientific and social advancements. Megan Garrity and her 13-year-old autistic son Nick, cannot resist the trafficker’s offer to be smuggled into Norcal. Megan will be given a new life, programs for Nick she never imagined possible. The dream becomes a ni... more

  • The Pilot's Daughter

    by Audrey J. Cole
    Welcome aboard Pacific Air Flight 385, with nonstop service from Seattle to Honolulu. Cora is scared to fly again after her husband died in a recent helicopter crash in Pago Pago. A thousand times she has told herself to turn around, not get on the flight, go back to her young children. But now, she’s seated in first class across the aisle from the girlfriend of a famous billionaire pharmaceutical entrepreneur. Halfway across the Pacific, the flight is hijacked. Six people are dead—i... more
  • The Society of Necessities

    by Christopher Bowron
    In his lustful haste, he stepped off the curb behind a parked minivan. Turning, Daniel caught movement out of his left eye as the brown truck struck him. The impact was like a bug being hit by a fly swatter. He could feel his chest breaking—being thrown backwards onto the street, the back of his head hitting the pavement with a deadly force. All he could hear were tires screeching and his girlfriend Devi’s scream: “NO!” Daniel St Croix is the beneficiary of his estranged grandfather’s estate—in... more
  • Conduit: The Beginning

    by James Alexander
    Half human, half alien, and unknowingly the key to saving the world from an alien invasion. Will he survive or will the aliens kill him first? Orphaned by a tragic event and left adrift and alone in the world, Marcus spent his childhood bouncing from one abusive foster family to the next. Plagued by mysterious visions his entire life, Marc grapples with his sanity and his strange emerging abilities. But when unknown extra-terrestrial forces launch an attack on the earth through an insidiou... more
  • Grandma's House

    by P.D. Smarslok
    After his grandmother's death, Max visits her house to take a last remembrance only to discover an unseen entity is living there and it's not Grandma.
  • A CAUSE and MANNER

    by Peter Tinits
    A CAUSE and MANNER is a noir thriller featuring suspense, dark humor and physicians behaving badly. Matthew Kork is an anesthesiologist at a Canadian community hospital. There is tension in the operating room between Matt and an elitist surgeon, Angelo Amodeo. There is also tension between Matt and his wife, whom he suspects of having an affair. Her lover dies in what looks like a staged suicide. Angelo disappears next. Matt is either responsible for these events or wished for them hard enough.
  • Eastover Treasures

    by Dawn Brotherton
    When Aury and her fellow quilters uncover clues to a potential fortune, will they be able to untangle the mystery in time to save Eastover Retreat Center from financial ruin? During their annual quilt retreat, gale force winds trap the ladies in a boarded-up manor house. Inside, the sewing sisters discover the diaries of the mistress of Eastover Plantation written during the Civil War and clues she left behind which started as a treasure hunt for her children. Following the clues, the quilters ... more
  • Faces of Evil

    by Edward Jefferson
    Faces of Evil is an anthology that explores the depth of human cruelty.
  • 70% Dark Intentions

    by Amber Royer
    Felicity Koerber's bean to bar chocolate shop on Galveston's historic Strand is bringing in plenty of customers - in part due to the notoriety of the recent murder of one of her assistants, which she managed to solve. Things seem to be taking a turn for the better. Her new assistant, Mateo, even gets along with Carmen, the shop's barista turned pastry chef. Felicity thinks she's learning to cope with change - right up until one of her friends gets engaged. Everyone's expecting her to ask Logan, ... more

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