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Mystery/Thriller

  • Rescuing Reeve

    by Amy Waeschle
    After the mysterious death of her fiancé, the last thing volcano scientist Dr. Cassidy Kincaid needs is a risky adventure to find her missing stepbrother. Or to fall for the man who betrayed him.
  • The Killing Collective

    by Gary Starta Robin Firestone
    Det. Stanford Carter has won many battles with the Boston PD. Now, he must face the toughest case of his career with the Big Apple’s FBI. But he won’t be alone. Two tough women: his wife, Jill Seacrest, outspoken forensic expert, and Agent Shania Deeprose, a tenacious rookie, must help Carter when murders in NYC spiral out of control. Husband and wife, FBI Agents Stanford Carter and Jill Seacrest, chuck their career with the Boston PD for the glamor of NYC’s FBI. Together with Shania Deepro... more
  • The Lyons' Den

    by Kyle Michel Sullivan

    Daniel loves to write mystery novels. He also wants to get back together with his ex, Tad Bentley, so agrees to rewrite 8 horrible scripts in time for them to be pitched as a new series. If the network goes for it, he gets a week in Bermuda to rebuild their love; if not, he loses the guy forever. Only Tad insists Daniel use his family's isolated lodge in upstate New York to write. Daniel agrees, but a massive snowstorm traps him there ... and he winds up in an insane s... more

  • Imposter

    by Nate Lee
    Home on summer break following her junior year of college, Haley Jacobs is enjoying some time with her family while working at her mother's bakery. Life is good and all is well... until the doorbell rings one fateful afternoon, heralding a heartbreaking tragedy—a death in the family. As if that weren't gut-wrenching enough, Linda, Haley's mother, receives a phone call the day after the funeral. The grave of the deceased has been violated. The casket has been unearthed and pried open. It appears... more
  • Bad Moon Rising

    by Morgan Hunt
    Tess Camillo moves to a charming Oregon theater town to help her recently widowed BFF. She looks forward to coffeehouses, world-class theater, wineries, and nature walks. But when a university student is gutted in his dorm room, the peaceful town reels from the impact of evil. Toss into the mix an ancient manuscript, wild billboards, a vitriolic election, and a cancer diagnosis, and Bad Moon Rising rushes along a zany trajectory, slowing only for moon gazing and the cannabis harvest.
  • Osama's Skull

    by Michael D. Urban
    Osama bin Laden didn’t die in Abbottabad. He wasn’t buried at sea. Kidnapped, hidden at a CIA black site in Poland, he perished in custody. Then certain powerful individuals wanted a souvenir—his skull. But the CIA has other plans. It recruits Navy SEAL Ingvar Rogers to steal the skull and act as live bait to destroy ISIS and al-Qaeda cells embedded in the U.S. When things go south, Rogers turns to Zach Colt for money, guns, and backup. Together, they must outrun and outwit rogue CIA agents, mur... more
  • Blood Sons

    by David Liscio
    A suspenseful new mafia thriller about the cost of loyalty in a family where blood is the strongest bond.
  • The Lost Men of St. Aldo's

    by Jack Young
    Detective Gil Conroy doesn’t like the looks of his future. Forced into early retirement by a gunshot wound, he finds himself in a double-wide trailer in the woods of upstate New York, collecting rocks and enduring visits from his womanizing neighbor Glenn Stiles. But a chance meeting with the strange Pastor Brumestead at the St. Aldo New Mind Center challenges Conroy's professional nature. He senses that the secluded setting conceals something deeply evil. Amidst an odd collection of players i... more
  • Ten Dark Tales of Mystery & Suspense

    by Craig Enger
    Inspired by and in the tradition of classic authors like Arthur Conan Doyle and Edgar Allan Poe, TEN DARK TALES is a dazzling collection of short stories. Ten gripping tales of mystery and suspense. Starting with four sound mysteries filled with twists and murder, noir and adventure, the next three tales lead further into realms of imagination, and the final three add sharp and palpable tension, with hints of myth and magic. TEN DARK TALES is sure to widen your eyes and stretch your imagi... more
  • Bangkok Shadows

    by Stephen Shaiken
    When American criminal defense lawyer Glenn Murray Cohen grabbed a bundle of illicit cash from a murdered client and started a new life in Thailand, he thought his troubles were over. For seven years he enjoyed a life of leisure as a rich expat, and then the CIA came calling, pressuring him into undertaking a dangerous mission for which was ill-prepared. Glenn is forced to confront the dark underside of Bangkok, with its intrigue, corruption and peril. Assisted by his friends from the mysterious... more
  • Dead Sure?: A Paranormal Mystery

    by Eric Webster
    Dead Sure is a paranormal mystery thriller that brings the gangster life of the 1920’s Prohibition era roaring back to life. Jack, a cocky young construction manager, finds himself quickly entrenched in a mystery that spans present to past. A mysterious apparition encountered during a building demolition leads Jack to an old journal that will expose many secrets. The deadliest, being the location of an ancient medallion that allows the bearer to go back in time. Menacing forces are at odds t... more
  • Son of Syria

    by Ben Schafer
    If you need a miracle, call Kyle Hoyek. The former Marine turned Vatican agent specializes in hopeless causes. But when he returns to his homeland of Syria to rescue civilians, what was supposed to be a simple extraction becomes a desperate cross-country scramble to survive. Caught between clashing armies and pursued by a ruthless intelligence officer with a personal vendetta, Kyle struggles to keep his band of misfits alive. As the pressure mounts, old secrets and fresh betrayals threaten to de... more
  • Blood Gold in the Congo: White Collar Crime Political and Financial Suspense Thriller

    by Peter Ralph
    Fiction inspired by real life events that took place in the Congo in October 2004 when Congolese troops ran amok pillaging, raping and killing villagers and miners. More than 70 innocents were massacred and two years elapsed before anyone was charged and this only after pressure from the international community.
  • Problems in Prague

    by Alba Arango

    "My name is Jeremiah Ethan Bennett, Jr., also known as JJ. I'm twelve years old and a spy for the CIA, only they don't exactly know it."

    JJ Bennett has never been shot at by Russian spies, broken into a thousand-year-old crypt, or dangled by a piece of rope two hundred feet in the air.

    But all that is about to change.

  • Night of the Dragon

    by Angelo Victor Mercure
    Kim Anh Thi, a beautiful, transgendered Vietnamese-American CIA agent, is hot on the trail of Jason Glenn Dawson, a ruthless American war profiteer in early 1970s Saigon. The action is fast and furious. The sex is red-hot. You will never forget Night of the Dragon.
  • A Dark Place

    by Keith Yocum
    As an inspector in the CIA’s Inspector General’s office, Dennis loves policing the agency’s network of spies for liars and thieves. But each time he plows into a case, it’s harder for him to keep alive his relationship with Judy, the only woman who understands his passions and quirks. When Dennis and Judy meet in London to rekindle their relationship, they are sucked into the city’s dark underworld. To save Judy’s life Dennis must solve two cases simultaneously. If you like non-stop action, dark... more

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