by Craig Keffeler

Meet Angel—smart, willful, a lover of animals. She is also one of the Cartel del Noreste’s most lethal hitters, but this time she has met her match. His name is Dr. Ernest L. Girard and he’s a man who has everything—upbringing, looks, gifted surgical skills.

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Category: Thrillers – Assassinations

The House of Closed Doors

by Jane Steen

In 1870s Illinois, an unwed mother suspects murder at the Poor Farm where she’s been sent to have her baby.

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Category: Mystery – Historical

Saint Justice

by Mike Grist

Justice will be done

When rogue DELTA operator Christopher Wren uncovers a vast human trafficking operation in the deserts of Utah, the payback will be swift and righteous.

But Wren soon learns there’s more than caged humans at stake – this conspiracy threatens to destroy the very idea of the United States.

Wren will never let that happen. Not on his watch.

Saint Justice is “as urgent and gripping as it gets” (bestselling thriller author Oliver Harris), packed with rollercoaster twists that will leave you hungry for just one more page.

Perfect for fans of action thriller heroes like Jason Bourne, Jack Ryan, Mitch Rapp and Jack Bauer.

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Category: Thrillers – Terrorism

Wrong Question

by Edita A. Petrick

Overachieving journalist Bree-Anne Carver hopes to get a great internship with the New York Times – but when she joins the company, they ship her off to rural Idaho. Stuck in the middle of nowhere, far away from her original goals, Bree-Anne begins a fictional crime blog called C-Murder-of-the-Week.

Her very first subscriber turns out to be a total nightmare. The mysterious netizen continuously and brutally criticizes her and sends her their own ideas. Bree-Anne realizes, however, that these “ideas” are based on real cases… that have all been labeled accidental by law enforcement. Unwilling to put a target on her back with police or a potential killer, Bree-Anne refuses to add these ideas to her blog. This comes with an ominous warning:

There will be consequences.

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Category: Mystery – Women Sleuths

The Kentucky Cannibal: The True Story of an Outlaw, Murderer and Man-Eater

by Ryan Green

In 1850, following a divorce and a number of encounters with the law, Boone Helm headed ‘Out West’ to chase the Californian Gold Rush with his cousin. When his cousin pulled out at the last minute, Helm was incensed, and brutally stabbed him to death. Helm was detained in an asylum for the mentally disturbed but managed to escape.

Helm continued his journey west with renewed vigour, where he opportunistically killed and consumed the flesh of adversaries and travelling companions, earning him the nickname ‘The Kentucky Cannibal’. After several brutal months in the wilderness, he finally made it California. At a time where violence was the law of the land, Helm’s savage set of skills could finally be recognised and rewarded.

The Kentucky Cannibal is a riveting account of Boone Helm and his bloody exploits across the Wild West. Ryan Green’s entrancing narrative draws the reader into the real-live horror experienced by the victims and has all the elements of a classic thriller.

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Category: Thrillers – Crime

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