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Mystery/Thriller

  • Super Sport: Phuk N Shanks Series

    by J.P. Wolfe

    For almost four hundred years, a story has been told in the Rodriguez family about a lost heirloom known as “Llave de Oro.” When two young men find a silver medallion while scuba diving in the Caribbean, the legend appears more fact than fiction. The bizarre disappearance of these two young men leads their parents to contact Phuk and Shanks.

    Gill Phuk and Hattie Shanks left the Punta Gorda police force to start their own private investigating business in Los Angeles, but the... more

  • The Newton Code

    by Liam Fialkov
    The Temple of Solomon. The Dome of the Rock. Only he can stop the Holy Land from igniting the Apocalypse. Professor Michael Evans hoped there was more to life than teaching journalism. So, when he’s asked to help expose a potentially dangerous cult, he accept the ultimate investigative assignment. But after successfully infiltrating the group, the undercover reporter unearths a harrowing plot to bring about the Second Coming by triggering Armageddon. Diving deeper into the sect’s disturbin... more
  • Windswept

    by Lynwood Shiva Sawyer
    After struggling for decades, New Yorker MEGHAN JOYCE has, finally found an ideal lover, a wryly eloquent Englishman, investment banker THOMAS CATHERTON LOCKHART. To save an island targeted for exploitation by his corporation, Thomas has embezzled millions. Sociopathic boss LOCKE MURDOCK discovers this and unleashes a team of assassins. Thomas confesses his doom to Meghan. They try to flee New York. Everywhere they turn, they barely escape the killers Meghan engineers an intricate rescue sche... more
  • An Uncertain Currency

    by Clyde Lynwood Sawyer Jr.
    Itinerant psychic performer Mario Castigliani and police chief Beaufort Tyler join forces in Floraville, Georgia, to investigate a suspicious death. An elderly black civil rights activist, supposedly committed suicide, but Tyler has his doubts – especially since Tyler's predecessor recently died the same way. Castigliani's authentic ability to read minds (Tyler never has a doubt) proves invaluable both to the plot and to the narrative, which includes frequent "unspoken" clues. ... more
  • The Green Room

    by Janet Sierzant
    Dona Pearson has never had luck with the opposite sex. It was always the same with men. They all wanted her attention. So sweet in their pursuit, then sour when they didn’t get what they wanted. They say that the eyes are a window to the soul. There was something about her soulful brown eyes. When guys looked deep into them, they wanted to possess her. Trapped in a loveless marriage, she struggles with the decision to leave. Dona moves to Florida, and begins to rebuild her life with a new job an... more
  • When Carabella Went Missing

    by Tammy Nolan
    Carabella Karstedt overcomes physical and mental challenges to escape her captor with no one to help except a faithful dog.
  • Murder at Melrose Court

    by Karen Menuhin
    'Downton Abbey meets Agatha Christie with a touch of Wodehouse and a dog of distinction.' Couldn't put it down'. Humorous - did I say humorous?' 'And there's even a dog!' 'Cozy murder mystery at its best!' 'Love the setting, old country house, eccentric guests, snow and murder'. 'It's always the last one you thought - who dun it! It's 1920 and Christmas is coming. Major Lennox finds a body on his doorstep - why on his doorstep? Was it to do with the Countess? Was it about the ruby necklace? Le... more
  • Saints and Cynics

    by Chris Bonici
    A gripping conspiracy thriller that takes archaeologist Tom Kettering on a journey of discovery from his home on the sweltering island of Malta to the dreaming spires of Oxford and the burning sands of the Egyptian desert. Tom has unearthed a bizarre shaped skull, similar to those previously exhibited in Valletta’s Archaeological museum, until 1985, when suddenly and without explanation, they were removed from public display and never seen again. Tom is determined his skull will not face the sa... more
  • WHEN EVERYTHING IS GOING WELL...

    by NILOFER SK.
    An engineering student,Nithin who is mentally fit, visits psychiatrist to resolve his problem.
  • Damaged Goods

    by Debbi Mack
    Unlicensed private eye and Marine veteran Erica Jensen works as a “researcher”, who performs background checks, conducts surveillance, and takes on other dubious assignments, while battling post-traumatic stress and an opioid addiction. When a wealthy man hires her to find his missing daughter, Erica ends up with more work than she bargained for: a murder victim and unwanted attention from the killers. While seeking the daughter, Erica uncovers evidence that raises questions about the dead ma... more
  • THREE CREEKS

    by Ken Farmer
    Three Creeks is a heart wrenching, gripping, sometimes poignant, all be it occasionally humorous, Southern Noir Mystery seen through the eyes of an eight year old Texas boy, Foot Lee, in southern Arkansas 1949. \tFoot's grandfather is called out of retirement from the Sheriff's Department to cover for Sheriff Wilson, wounded during a moonshine still bust, to track down a chain killer who has murdered three teenage girls with a fourth girl missing. \tWho is the killer? \tWhat do Foot and his b... more
  • Devour

    by David Temple

    Master Chef Michael Rogan owns a world-renowned restaurant, is married to his college sweetheart, and has a daughter beginning college. His life is as picturesque as their mountaintop retreat overlooking the Golden Gate Bridge.

    That is until Frederick Dalton, an old Army buddy turned Warden at San Quentin, drifts in from the past with an odd request. He will release Michael’s estranged father—serving time on Death Row for the murder of his wife 30 years ago—in exchange... more

  • Saints and Cynics

    by Chris Bonici
    A gripping conspiracy thriller that takes archaeologist Tom Kettering on a journey of discovery from his home on the sweltering island of Malta to the dreaming spires of Oxford and the burning sands of the Egyptian desert. Tom has unearthed a bizarre shaped skull, similar to those previously exhibited in Valletta’s Archaeological museum, until 1985, when suddenly and without explanation, they were removed from public display and never seen again. Tom is determined his skull will not face the sa... more
  • The Jade Tiger

    by E.W. Cooper
    1928 New York dazzles with extravagant parties and illegal liquor. But beyond the flow of champagne, a murderer waits, with all clues leading back to the Jade Tiger. Can Penelope Harris find the killer before her past catches up to put a noose around her neck?
  • The Detective's Nightmare (A Beaumont Bros. Circus Mystery #2)

    by Tabi Slick

    A ghost, a circus, and a tin flute.


    A slew of impossible disturbances plagues the little town of Halifax, leaving Barnaby Grey with little choice but to call the infamous Private Detective Wilson Davies out of retirement.

    Haunted by the events of losing the Beaumont Bros. Circus, Wilson Davies has succumbed to seeing a doctor for a prescription of his latest vice. Instead, the doctor advises the unthinkable. To take a holiday.

    But when Wilson... more

  • Quick Read

    by Bill Thesken
    Someone stole something from a research facility in Palo Alto. Something that makes people do things they wouldn't normally do. The CIA enlists Badger to help them find the device, but there's a conspiracy in the agency, a mole who's teamed up with a ruthless black ops security firm who want to use the device for their own agenda. With his innate ability as a tracker, Badger goes underground and peels back the layers of deceit, revealing a conspiracy that could trigger a nuclear war. From San Fr... more

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