Cult of Darkness: Alex Schofield Book 1 (Darkness Series)

by D.W. Whitlock

A seaside paradise. An endless war. Everyone pays in blood. The cartels have splintered, triggering violence over control of the illicit drug trade. When the son of a wealthy family goes missing in Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula, ex-Delta soldier Alex Schofield is sent in to find him. There’s only one catch: he has sworn to never kill again.

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Category: Thrillers – Conspiracies

Maelstrom of Darkness: Alex Schofield Book 2 (Darkness Series)

by D.W. Whitlock

A shadowy research facility. Far beyond oversight. Discovery has a price. The Nocturne is a high-tech biomedical research facility located deep within international waters. Alex Schofield must discover if the Nocturne seeks scientific truth, or is hiding a much darker secret, one that could change humanity forever.

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The Covid Murders

by Greg Vigdor

The second in the Irv Tinsley Health Policy Detective Series, following the acclaimed The Theory of Irv, is a new genre of novel: health policy detective stories that grapple with the very real problems of dysfunctional American health care policy.

Like the first novel, The Covid Murders begins with a dead body. This time in a suburban Nashville, Tennessee hospital. Thomas Baker’s open-heart surgery goes wrong, unleashing forces inside the hospital and out that threaten the public’s health. Is it Covid- or something bigger and more sinister?

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Category: Mystery – Series

Diamond Raiders: Mount Kumgang Mystery

by Mae Adams

The Korean Mount Kumgang was a sacred place for many centuries. In the 7th century, the Silla Kingdom built a captivating Buddhist Temple, and many folk tales, myths, and legends connected to Mount Kumgang delighted people for many generations. But the story in this book is concerned with raiders of diamonds from the Temple during the Japanese occupation of 35 years, where no Korean police existed, and the Japanese police controlled all the crimes in the country. However, it is the natural law that anyone raiding things from a sacred place has to pay the price. How to identify the raiders and what price the raiders had to pay is anyone’s guess. Koreans are gentle and seldom engage in murder, although they can be hot-headed to butt their heads first and shake hands later. Thus, identifying guilty people was extremely difficult.

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Category: Mystery – Historical

Bad Analysis

by Colin Knight

In London, a delusional racist aristocrat, invisible, privileged, and well-protected by his station, ruthlessly coordinates a diabolical attack, a slaughter disguised as a domestic terror assault.

Deep in the core of MI5, a traitor, misuses, redirects and controls official resources. Manipulating a group of cowards, murderers, and virulent racists culled from the ranks of the English Defense League, the aristocrat and the traitor aim to throw England into a state of xenophobic frenzy.

Only two men stand a chance of stopping their fanatical plot.

One, Aalim, is a victim of state-sponsored madness twice over, a humble Egyptian cab driver who brought his family to England in search of a better life.

The other, Wilson, is a crotchety intelligence analyst. An iconoclastic workaholic, rapidly losing patience with his superiors’ political gamesmanship, Wilson relies on his own brand of intelligence analysis when one of the plotters makes the attack personal and when one of his closest friends at MI5 pays the ultimate price for discovering too much.

Can Aalim’s faith and humanity overcome his fear of the monsters keeping his family captive?

And can Wilson overcome the Bad Analysis that infests a system that, from the very beginning, was set against him?

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Category: Thrillers – Conspiracies