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Shaking the Tree

by Mike Donohue


What would you do if you found a locked suitcase in the woods? Would you try to open it?
What would you do when someone came looking for it?

Max is starting over. Fresh out of prison, he just wants to keep his head down, go to work, and maybe grab a cold beer at the end of his shift. With his head already full of bloody memories, he’d like it just fine if his past and future stayed nice and quiet.

Too bad the present just got really messy.

A body in a tree. A missing briefcase. A Russian hit man. A DEA agent bent on revenge. Not to mention a sheriff with dangerous ambition and some pissed off bikers. Bodies are turning up. Secrets are coming out. Questions are being asked.

Welcome to Essex County. Expect no mercy.


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Category: Thrillers – Crime

 

The Blind Trust

by Colin Conway


Two homicide detectives team up with a county sheriff and a slightly bent cop to solve a string of homicides. Will they catch the killer in time before another murder occurs?


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Category: Mystery – Police Procedurals

 

Wild

by Jack Kinsley


The making of a serial killer with a conscience…

A girl wrestling with her dark side must adapt to a new home with a grim secret.

“Wild” is the fast-paced, unputdownable introduction to this thought-provoking psychological suspense series… including a bonus prequel!


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Category: Thrillers – Psychological

 

Blue Murder: Police Procedural Page-Turners

by Julie Smith (Author), Rob Swigart (Author), Shelley Singer (Author), Adrienne Barbeau


A sinewy anthology containing one each from FOUR top-rated cop series by best-selling authors Julie Smith, Rob Swigart, Shelley Singer, and Adrienne Barbeau.
Volume 1 is AXEMAN’S JAZZ, the SECOND book in the Edgar Award-winning Skip Langdon mystery series.


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Category: Mystery – Collections & Anthologies

 

Deuce Mora Mystery Series Vol. 1-4

by Jean Heller


These four heart-stopping, hard-boiled mysteries feature Deuce Mora, a female sleuth with a conscience and an attitude–fiery, tough, athletic, a dirty fighter when she has to be, lead columnist for the Chicago Journal who normally writes about politics, and, rather than shying away from fights, she tends to pick them.


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Category: Thrillers – Crime

 

The Message in the Painted Rock

by Tom Blanton


This is a mystery whose target demographic is the 10-15 age group. Set in the present, it features two smart and courageous teen sleuths who must overcome frightening obstacles in the search for an ancient magic artifact.


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Category: Mystery – Series

 

Widow’s Eye of Fear (Widow’s pain in the world of Crime Book 1)

by Sibongile Sehlake and Simon C Snake


She’s a grieving widow blinded by love. He’s a classy gentleman with a horrific secret.

Heartbroken and left reeling after her husband’s sudden death, Karin Spree is left with an emotional void and nobody to help her take care of her teenage daughter Joy.
But when she meets the tall, handsome gentleman Nick Black, Karin feels she’s finally found someone who understands her pain and truly cares about her. Blinded by her newfound love, she’s oblivious to Nick’s strange behaviors – he takes her to expensive restaurants well beyond her dreams, he comes home with bulk cash and hides it in containers, and for some reason, Joy can’t stand him.
But as the evidence begins to mount, Karin cannot ignore the warning signs… and soon discovers Nick’s dark secret. She’s fallen in love with a criminal. After taking Joy to safety, Karin struggles to figure out how to escape from this relationship.
And when Nick learns she knows about his past, his façade of a caring, loving gentleman begins to shatter…
If you like gripping crime fiction packed with suspense and showcasing the dark world of criminals and their oppressive relationships, then you won’t want to miss Widow’s Eye of Fear. Grab your copy now!


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Category: Thrillers – Crime

 

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