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Mystery/Thriller

  • The Secret of the Lady Ghost: (The Decoders)

    by Alba Arango
    Steve, Matt, and Jenny thought their detective skills would be given a rest when they agreed to be extras for a movie. Upon arriving at the movie site, the trio learns that someone has been breaking equipment and causing damage around the set. Determined to find the saboteur, the young detectives begin their investigation only to come face to face with the last thing in the world they expected—a ghost!
  • The Decoders in the Magic Sapphire

    by Alba Arango
    Steve, Matt, and Jenny always dreamed of being detectives. One day, the twelve-year-olds’ dream becomes reality when they discover an ancient treasure map written by a pirate named Elias Darby over three hundred years ago. According to legend, the pirate hid a magical stone with only a poem titled “El Alma de Dios” as the key to locating it. As the trio happily begins the search for the treasure, they unknowingly attract the attention of an international jewel thief named Frank Alexander and his... more
  • The Peacewoods

    by Ignatius Variath
    The contents of this novel illustrated from some real circumstances, incidents, and mysterious moments. Unexpectedly, an investigative journalist met a middle-aged, lonely woman who proved herself as a distinguished personality in the society. The woman owned an establishment – named ‘The Peacewoods’ - to provide shelter for the destitute & homeless women. During the journey, he becomes an important part of her life and he didn’t know that it would be a turning point in his life.
  • Nuclear Blues

    by Bradley K. Martin
    Burnt-out journalist Heck Davis has switched to a new career as a blues musician, but seeing his reporter pal gunned down at the 38th parallel drives him back into the fray. Dodging attempts on his own life, the bourbon-drinking, Bible-quoting, black-talking son of a white Mississippian father and Korean mother searches for answers in the heart of darkness otherwise known as North Korea. Riveting in its subject matter and so timely it’s positively eerie, Nuclear Blues is a gripping, totally orig... more
  • PARIAH: The Zeke Adams Series - Book 1

    by Ward Parker
    For Zeke Adams, identity theft isn’t just wrecking his life. It could cost him his life. Fishing on a Florida beach one morning, Zeke Adams makes a horrifying discovery: drowned Haitian migrants washed up in the surf. He is further shocked to learn a half-sister he never knew he had was on their boat. It’s unclear if she survived. And then Zeke’s day gets even worse. Zeke is a reformed tabloid journalist who used to be a king of sleaze. Now he lands on the receiving end of scandal when fl... more
  • Sinner

    by Christopher Graves
    SINNER focuses on a direct descendant of the 19th century vigilante gang, the Bald Knobbers, Ezekiel Woods, Jr. He has been indoctrinated into a world ruled by violence and a literal interpretation of the bible his entire life. Now, over a hundred years later, Zeke continues his ancestors’ crusade, spending his days camouflaged as an aloof middle-aged grocery store sacker and his nights in a farmhouse cellar, preparing captives’ souls for their ultimate destiny: redemption or death. His latest a... more
  • The True Blue Revolution

    by Jerry Willbur
    What if a politician couldn’t tell a lie? That is the premise of an intriguing new book by Jerry Willbur. The world as we know it is now over! The psychopaths are here! Coming out of hiding in plain sight because of breakthroughs in brain scanning, they appear ready to take total control. Completely unencumbered by conscience and compassion they appear to be unstoppable. Then an anonymous and accidental hero emerges. Other surprising forces coalesce. The battle for the future of America, the Tr... more
  • The Blasphemy Law

    by Salman Shami
    The Blasphemy Law is set in modern-day Pakistan, a South Asian country astride the geopolitical and ideological fault-line of Asia. With the world’s 13th most powerful military, the 6th largest nuclear arsenal, a population of 207 million, high illiteracy, grinding poverty, and burgeoning support for Islamic fundamentalism, it is a nuclear-charged powder keg waiting to explode. Terrorist groups vie for supremacy, trying to create conditions to topple the corrupt and fractured administration. An ... more
  • Amelia's Children

    by Greta Cribbs
    In 1985 Amelia Davis is brutally murdered in the woods outside of Laurel Hill. Her killer is never caught. Thirty years later, David Jenson comes to town on what he calls “personal business”, though he won’t tell anyone what that business is. Could he have some connection to the town’s most infamous cold case? Sarah Hathaway has just returned to her hometown in the wake of a failed acting career. When she meets David she is immediately drawn to him, but it is the mystery of what exactly broug... more
  • Man with the Sand Dollar Face

    by Sharon CassanoLochman
    Hattie Crumford, a quirky widow in her early sixties, takes her first job answering the phone in a private investigator's office. Running a little late one morning, she discovers an agitated man pacing at the office door. He insists he must see the PI immediately. In the midst of his anxious demands, he clutches his chest and collapses. Shocked, Hattie runs for help. Upon returning, the man has disappeared. Detective Hugo Gabby and Hattie’s boss, Wallace C. Woodard, are skeptical and dismissive ... more
  • Illusions of Paradise

    by Pat McKanic
    The island of San Saypaz’ is everything sexy, street-smart reporter Toni Jackson dreamed paradise would be—palm trees, white sand beaches, crystal blue waters and breathtaking sunsets. Finding love with Detective Jameyson Tolliver is icing on the cake. But when a young woman is brutally murdered, Toni learns paradise has a dark side. Jameyson’s boss, the police chief, may have had a hand in the murder. Evidence disappears, and the vicious crime lord charged with the murder walks. There’s a cover... more
  • Where We Went Wrong

    by Andi Holloway

    Two families’ pasts unravel when the last person to see a missing girl alive is murdered and the victim’s crime-writing father becomes the prime suspect.

    Second wife Harper Stone’s life is nothing like she imagined. A talented writer bound for the kind of greatness she inspires in her husband, Harper exchanges her lifelong dreams of becoming a bestselling author for the ready-made family of her nightmares.

    With her eight-year-old stepson at the c... more

  • Alace Sweets

    by MariaLisa deMora
    A dark thriller, this book is not a light read. Filled with edge-of-your-seat suspense, this intense story commands the reader’s attention as it drives towards the explosive ending. Alace Sweets is a vigilante serial killer, with everything that implies and is sure to trip all your triggers. Be ready.
  • The Curse of Arundel Hall (A Yellow Cottage Vintage Mystery) (Volume 2)

    by Jewel Hart
    One ghost, one murder, one hundred years apart. But are they connected? Ella has discovered a secret room in The Yellow Cottage, but with it comes a ghost. Who was she? And how did she die? Ella needs to find the answers before either of them can find peace. But suddenly things take a nasty turn for the worse. Ella Bridges has been living on Linhay Island for several months but still hasn’t discovered the identity of her ghostly guest. Deciding to research the history of her cottage for clues sh... more
  • The Fix

    by Robert Downs
    Professional gambler, Johnny Chapman, plays the hand he’s dealt, but when he’s dealt a series of losers, he decides to up the ante with more money than he can afford to lose. Just when he thinks his life can’t get any worse, it does. The loan shark he owes the money to demands that he pay up and sends his goons after him. The man offers Johnny one way out—fix a race by fatally injecting the dog most likely to win. A piece of cake, Johnny thinks, until he looks into the big brown eyes of the beau... more
  • Penchant for Vengeance

    by Robert Downs
    Charlottesville, Virginia, Police Detective Luke McGinty has a closet filled with demons, along with a few skeletons; a steady job, but no steady partner or girlfriend; and is still married to his wife Sallie, even though she’s been dead for three years. Then his detective work takes a turn for the worse when a body is discovered at the downtown mall. One dead body isn’t enough, though, and another one turns up. When ties to a cold murder case in another county present themselves, Luke realizes ... more

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