by C. M. Sutter

Sleepy little North Bend just woke up.
The newly promoted Sergeant Jade Monroe, and her partner, Detective Jack Steele, have just been informed of an unidentified male body found at a local lake. The town is in an uproar. The victim was nearly decapitated, and murder simply doesn’t happen in North Bend.
As more bodies turn up, the single connection between all of the victims becomes clear—it’s Jade, herself.
With each new victim getting one step closer to Jade, time begins to tick away. She must find the person responsible before her loved ones, or herself, are targeted next.

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Category: Thrillers – Crime


The American (A Nathan Grant Thriller Book 1)

by Kenneth Rosenberg

Following a distinguished career as an American spy, Nathan Grant is ready to part ways with the CIA. Unfortunately, his adversaries aren’t as eager to let him go. After a final mission ends in the deaths of two Russian spies, Grant is a marked man. To stay one step ahead, he must uncover the identity of a mole buried deep within the CIA. After traversing the globe in search of clues, the truth will shock him to his core. Now it is Nathan Grant who will to stop at nothing for revenge.

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Category: Thrillers – Espionage


The Collaborators

by R P Nathan

A mesmerizing literary thriller novella where not everything is as it may first appear

It’s December 1942 in Occupied France. The Bertrand family are hiding their daughter’s Jewish fiancé in a secret room in their apartment. The Resistance is planning to get the couple to freedom but the Germans have been tipped off by a collaborator.

The family’s worst fears are realised when German captain Karl bangs on the door and begins to ransack their apartment. But all is not what it seems because, as the heartbreaking plot unfolds, we realise that what Karl is really looking for is redemption.

An exhilarating literary thriller novella from the author of The Second Best Man and A Richer Dust Concealed.

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Category: Thrillers – Historical


The Curse of Morton Abbey

by Clarissa Harwood

Desperate for employment, solicitor Miss Vaughan Springthorpe accepts a suspiciously lucrative offer to prepare the sale of a crumbling Yorkshire estate. Once there, she is beset by obstacles and mysteries: an intruder tries to enter her bedroom at night, gunshots go off outside her window, and an eerie crying echoes from the uninhabited second floor. To complete her work and solve the mystery at the heart of Morton, Vaughan needs the help of Joe Dixon, the handsome gardener, and Nicholas Spencer, her absent employer’s irascible invalid brother. But with her questions diverted, her progress thwarted, and her sleep disrupted by the crying, Vaughan can’t be certain she will escape Morton Abbey with her sanity intact or be cursed by its dark secrets. A gothic mystery set in 1890s England.

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Category: Mystery – Historical


Welcome: A Humorous International Mystery (Jack Dillon Dublin Tales Book 1)

by Mike Faricy

Jack Dillon is a U.S. Marshal abroad, is escorting a fugitive named Daniel Ackerman with lovely Officer Ann Dumphy. He’s had a splendid tour of the city until the transfer of the prisoner at the airport. Ackerman’s Russian partner would prefer that Ackerman not stand trial in the U.S., and sends a team of his thugs to prevent it.

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Category: Mystery – International Mystery & Crime



by Brian Herskowitz

As a young teen, Laura Drummond survived a brutal attack that left her in a coma for the better part of a year. Now, 24 years later, working as a homicide detective she’s on the trail of a killer. A killer whose m.o. seems eerily similar to the attack that nearly took her life.

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Category: Mystery – LGBT


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