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Newton’s Cradle

by Robert Valdin


When a corporate player stumbles upon his boss’s secret project, it not only puts their lives in danger, it risks destroying the American way of life.
Los Angeles, summer. Terence Whitfield and his boss Duncan Riley feel the heat in more ways than one. They desperately need to close a deal that could improve the energy industry and save their company. Fortunately, the costly deal is set. Unfortunately, Machiavelli enters: Terence is blackmailed into infiltrating Riley’s safe. He finds the incriminating file he’s sent for, plus one intriguingly labeled Newton’s Cradle.
The file describes a revolutionary technology that would replace fossil fuel with clean, free energy. Given the enormous implications, a backstabbing, no-holds-bar battle intensifies


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Category: Thrillers – Technothrillers

Tickets To Kolkata

by Alexandr Mish


A young couple. A mysterious land. Finding the treasure is their only option.
What could be better than a honeymoon in the far-off picturesque land of India for a newlywed couple? These were the thoughts of young lovers Jack and Christie as they boarded a beautiful luxury ship bound for the mysterious country of many secrets. But soon, their whimsical vacation becomes a journey full of unexpected adventures and wonderful discoveries.
As they search for the lost treasure of the ancient Maharaja dynasty, they find themselves unwillingly drawn into struggles between thieves, covert military operations, and even political strife. With their lives in danger, they know that finding the treasure is their only chance of survival – but will they have the strength to achieve this lofty goal?


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Category: Thrillers – Historical

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

by Mike Faricy


WELCOME! is the first tale in the humorous, rollicking international thriller series of Dublin tales featuring dashing detective Jack “Dildo” Dillon by Mike Faricy. Jack’s no less libidinous than Faricy’s popular Dev Haskell, but he’s a bit more mature—and way better with a gun.


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Category: Mystery – International Mystery & Crime

One Must Die

by Mark Tilbury


I have both your sons, Mr Levitt. One of them must die. You choose.

Widower Sean Levitt receives the ominous message in the post a few days after his teenage boys go missing on their way to army cadets. As time progresses, the abductor makes increasingly horrific demands of Sean by sending him DVDs, and telling him to post videos online of the shocking assignments he sets him.

One Must Die is the story of one man’s fight to keep his sons alive, and the terrible lengths he must go to in order to do so.

Can Sean do what the police have failed to do and find his sons?
Or will the abductor achieve his twisted aim of destroying his entire family?


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Category: Thrillers – Psychological

Murder Under A Blue Moon

by Abigail Keam


Top 10 mystery reads by Kings River Life Magazine!

Mona Moon is not your typical young lady. She is a cartographer by trade, explorer by nature, and adventurer by heart. But there’s a problem.

Miss Mona is broke. It’s during the Depression, and National Geographic has just turned down her application to join an expedition to the Amazon.

What’s she to do? Perhaps get a job as a department store salesgirl. Anything to tide her over until a next assignment.
There’s a knock on the door. Who could this be in the middle of the night? Holding a revolver, Mona reluctantly opens her door to a man wearing a Homburg hat and holding a briefcase. “I bring glad tidings. Your Uncle Manfred Moon has died and left you as his heir to the Moon fortune. You are now one of the richest women in the country!” he says.

Mona’s response is to point her revolver in his face. If the stranger is telling the truth, she will apologize. If he is a fraud, she will shoot him.
That’s how Mona does things in 1933.


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