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Mystery/Thriller

  • Culling the Herd

    by Edward Etzkorn
    While working for a humane organization in Kenya, Chloe Freestaff, a twentysomething magazine writer, finds evidence of a mass murder in a remote grassland. Infuriated by the senseless slaughter, she determines to find the perpetrators. Back home in New York, she learns of a secret group called Population Office for the World, whose five members, all scientists, believe that the only way to save the future earth from human-caused destruction is by reducing the world’s population at any cost. Whe... more
  • Lady Helena Investigates: Book One of the Scott-De Quincy Mysteries

    by Jane Steen
    A reluctant lady sleuth finds she's investigating her own family in this blend of mystery and saga.
  • Prison of Lies (Leftover Girl Book 3)

    by C.C. Bolick
    After Secrets Return, Jes Delaney is whisked away to a compound hiding those who plan a revolution. Between learning about Golvern and her real family, Jes unlocks more power than she ever imagined.When she realizes her protection has become a prison and tries to escape, Jes discovers just how far her parents will go to keep her. As their grip tightens, Jes manages to break free and flees to Credence. Powerless and on the run, she's saved by a group claiming to be the real Lucha Noir. Reu... more
  • Train Thoughts

    by Jay Sigler

    A wife brutally slain. A life plunged into isolation. Struggling to regain any sort of human connection, he seeks comfort in the strangers that share his train ride to work. But when they too begin to vanish, he comes to the horrific realization that a sadistic maniac is determined to kill him and everyone he cares about. 

    Desperate to understand why, he descends into a twisted pit of madness and despair. The closer he gets, the higher the body count rises. How far will one ma... more

  • A Lady and Gentleman in Black

    by Kelly Jameson

    A stolen work of art.

    An FBI agent with an unusual gift for peering into the past.

    A killer who claims to be descended from Rembrandt himself.

    Ann Yang has traded in her scrubs, autopsy saws, and body bags for an FBI badge. Her first case involves tracking down a Rembrandt etching stolen on a windswept October day from a local museum in New Hope, Pennsylvania.

    Making a statement about religion and art, the brazen thief taunts police and the Feds by digging up a grave a... more

  • Avenging Angels

    by J.R. Wirth
    Soon after notorious child abuser Kate Montalvo is released from prison, she is murdered. Her death marks the beginning of a spree of crimes against known or suspected child abusers where the crimes mimic those committed by the abusers. Jennifer Riley, a young new social worker, begins to suspect her colleagues of being involved—except one, Joe Carpenter. Jennifer and Joe become an item and decide to investigate the group of “helpers” who become known as the Karma Club. Just when you think you ... more
  • Who The F*ck Am I? (Steve Regan Undercover Cop Book 1)

    by Stephen Bentley
    This surely has to be a first? Crime fiction about an undercover cop written by a former undercover cop! From author, Stephen Bentley, comes a fictional undercover cop, Steve Regan, following on the success of his true crime undercover cop memoir 'Undercover: Operation Julie - The Inside Story.' In real life and while undercover, the author met a Mafia-connected gangster who involved Bentley, the undercover cop, in a conspiracy to import huge amounts of cocaine into the UK from Bolivia via M... more
  • The Contract between heaven and earth

    by John W Howell and Gwen M Plano
    The earth is threatened with a catastrophic event which could destroy all life on the planet. The elders in heaven decide that intervention is essential. They create a binding contract with two wise souls who are assigned to go to earth to avert the disaster. The Contract follows Greg Channing and Sarah O’Brien as they separately and then together attempt to foil an assassination attempt that also includes global dominance. Much of the action takes place on a military base, where it is not c... more
  • Waif

    by Ronald M. James (Pen Names)
    Peggy is shot full of holes. Sammy takes one near the neck and one in the thigh when two of his cases collide. A waif hires Detective Sammy Shovel to solve a twenty-two year old murder that her father was accused of. The case seems straightforward. But when it slams into another of his cases, they explode into a fantastic struggle of such magnitude that it leaves Sammy in totally dismay. The leads will take him on a perilous journey filled with lies, murderous greed, police corruption, and ... more
  • Murder, She Wrote: A Date with Murder (Murder She Wrote)

    by Jewel Hart
    Jessica Fletcher investigates a friend’s murder and a dangerous dating service in the latest entry in the USA Today bestselling Murder, She Wrote series… Jessica Fletcher takes up the cause of her good friend Barbara “Babs” Wirth after Babs’ husband Hal suffers a fatal heart attack that Jessica has reason to believe was actually murder. At the heart of her suspicions lies a sinister dating site Hal had used while he and Babs were having marital issues–a site that may be complicit in somehow s... more
  • Too Beautiful For Words

    by Ronald M. James (Pen Name)
    Private Investigator, Sammy Shovel, finally gets the client of a lifetime and rushes to claim his jackpot, but he soon discovers—wealth and pearl coincide. Beloved Golden Opportunities, CEO, Joel Ceja, is found murdered one foggy morning. Three months after Joel’s death the police are stumped, they still have no clues to his murder. Golden Opportunities’ employees feel they’re being stonewalled and decide to hire Shovel to assist the police. Sammy accepts, figuring it was nothing more than a lo... more
  • An Adventurous Night

    by Ronald M. James (Pen Name)
    When Sammy Shovel sinks his teeth into a case—he gets to the bottom of it— no matter how many bullets are flying at him. Private Investigator, Sammy Shovel, is short, slightly overweight, balding, and he dresses like San Francisco’s most squalid street people. When a supposed heist falls into his lap, Sammy jumps at the chance to make a few bucks, from an unknown victim, by stopping what appears to be a simple robbery. However, the case turns out to be different than anything he’s taken on sin... more
  • Lake Girl

    by Cynthia Kumanchik
    Try as she might, Lily Lane can’t remember what happened that fateful night she was left to die on the lake. It’s important that she does. Lily needs to discover the truth surrounding her death and move on from this stage of existence. If she doesn’t solve the mystery in time, more people could die… As Lily pieces together her last steps, she manages to make a strange psychic connection to Rose, a reporter with a secret of her own. With the help of Rose and Jeremy, the best friend Lily left b... more
  • Apple-polisher

    by J.T. Holden
    When idealistic young high school teacher Jack McGregor agrees to take on the task of sorting through the personal effects of his recently deceased mentor, the enigmatic and formidable art teacher Gordon Powell, he stumbles onto a mystery. In Gordon's gloomy one-bedroom apartment, Jack discovers the painting of a naked teenage boy—an artistic rendering that hauntingly resembles a former student: senior class golden boy, and apple-polisher extraordinaire, Mickey Greenleaf, who disappeared shor... more
  • Endurance: (Faith Under Fire Trilogy, Book 2)

    by Gwen Sutton
    Dereka Jones is a beautiful, smart, outgoing young girl leading an ideal life where she’s surrounded by the love and nurture of four special women—her mama, Grandma Ruth, Aunt Kenya, and Auntie Jazz. But her blissful world is viciously shattered when a family nemesis from the past abducts Dereka and sells her into child sex slavery. In captivity she is forced to endure the most deplorable and degradable conditions imaginable. Dereka’s family is devastated, and tries desperately to find her ... more
  • Three Imaginary Boys

    by J.T. Holden
    When handsome jock Drew Thor agrees to help intellectual loner Logan Kotaro with an after-school assignment, he has no idea what he’s getting into. What begins as a simple drama class project—two guys in a room doing a scene about two guys in a room—soon spirals into a nightmare scenario, where fantasy and reality intersect, and a dark force that has slumbered for nearly seven years begins to stir.

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