A Hair Raising Blowout by Constance Barker: Secrets, lies and murder rock a small Louisiana town. Savannah Jefferies is used to good gossip. Owner of the Teasen & Pleasen Hair Salon in the heart of Louisiana, she’s used to big hair, Southern style, and tall tales of the latest town scandal. But she never thought an upstanding member of the community would be found outside her salon murdered in cold blood.
The Privateer Clause by Ken Rossignol: DEADLY. DETERMINED. DANGEROUS. Join the 21st Century version of Nick and Nora Charles as they work hard to protect the Sea Empress from killers and terrorists. Marsha and Danny Jones were lured out of retirement after careers in law enforcement and now sail the seven seas on the world’s most unusual cruise ship. Dare to join them and you will never settle for a boring cruise again.
Solar Weapon by D F Capps: An arrogant group of elite people has broken away from our society of morals and laws. They have also developed advanced technology and weapons, including the means to create a coronal mass ejection on the sun, which would result in an extinction level event here on Earth. Can a group of four diverse investigators find a way to stop them in time?
Peace, Love and Lies by Oren Sanderson: In the early nineties, after the questionable Oslo Agreement, an Israeli Air Force plane carrying the Israeli mission to the Peace Talks in Cairo is hijacked. To Shira Tailor, the office manager of CNN in Israel, it’s not only a dramatic news event, but a personal test as well.
Wild Raspberries by Connie Chappell: “Wild Raspberries is simply a beautiful and a spellbinding tale with mesmerizing narration, taking its readers into the life of grieving Callie MacCallum, who has woven the threads of her untold pain, loss, and love into a quilt made by the patchwork of her departed lover’s clothes. This remembrance pulls Callie into unfolding bitter secrets of relation and emotions with Jack’s family, life, and loss.” -Enas Reviews
Murder’s a Witch: A Beechwood Harbor Magic Mystery (Book 1) by Danielle Garrett: Holly Boldt is a witch on the run. She resettles in a halfway house for displaced supernaturals, thinking she can finally find some peace. When a murder rocks the small coastal town of Beechwood Harbor, Holly finds herself tangled in the investigation. With all eyes on her, she must use her magic to clear her friend from the list of primary suspects.
Murder at Merisham Lodge: Miss Hart and Miss Hunter Investigate (Book 1) by Celina Grace: Verity Hunter and Joan Hart are servants in rural 1930s England – lady’s maid and kitchen maid, respectively – but that doesn’t mean they are stupid. When the bad-tempered lady of the house, Lady Eveline Cartwright, is found bludgeoned to death one morning in the library, the girls must use all their wit and determination to unmask a wily killer who will stop at nothing…
Sacrifice: Detective Madison Knight (Book 3) by Carolyn Arnold: There are two things detective Madison Knight isn’t good at: diplomacy and politics. And she’ll need to balance both to solve the murder of a young man whose father has a strong alliance with the local police chief. She may even have to put her career on the line…
The Superintendent’s Daughter by Marjorie Eccles: Julie Mayo and Kathryn Conolly have been the closest of friends since their schooldays… So when each girl finds herself in a spot of trouble, it’s only natural they should turn to each other in confidence, their letters offering reassurance that they are not alone. But when one girl is found brutally murdered in a luxurious country house hotel, and the other goes missing, it seems that their friendship might be hiding a deadly secret.
The Devil’s Due by L.D. Beyer: Charged with a crime he didn’t commit, IRA soldier Kelleher flees through the streets of war-torn Ireland with the British and the IRA trying to put a bullet in his head. Forced to abandon his name, his country and the woman he loves, Frank Kelleher vows to one day return. But what awaits him when he does?
One Man’s Justice by Roderic Jeffries: P.C. Wells has been refused a permanent position with the Fortrow C.I.D team… It is a blow to his career that he was unprepared for. Working all his life to ensure others are safe, he is disheartened to think it isn’t enough. With his career stalled, he sees no point in treading carefully. A man who has nothing left to lose is willing to do anything…
Frontier Law by Hank Madison: A man on a mission…For over a year Texas Ranger Tate Linnaker has been after Big Jake Bowtell on both sides of the border, only for the outlaw to escape each time. Returning to the town of Buffalo Creek after yet another failed attempt to catch Bowtell in Mexico, this time barely escaping with his own life, Tate has a run in with one of Bowtell’s gang. The resulting shootout ends with the death of Floyd Bailey, son of wealthy landowner Homer Bailey. But was Floyd the innocent bystander he appeared to be?
Cruise Ship Cozy Mysteries Series: Box Set I (Books 1-3) by Hope Callaghan: Millie Sanders’ happily ever after is suddenly destroyed when her husband of 35 years comes home and informs her that he is leaving her. Determined to start a new life and adventure, Millie accepts a job as an assistant cruise ship director. She isn’t on board the massive floating city – her new home – more than ten minutes when a dead body is discovered near the atrium bar. Her curiosity gets the best of her and before she knows it, Millie finds herself right in the thick of the investigation.
Postman’s Knock by JF Straker: Postman’s Knock is a gritty village mystery from a master of the genre. Inspector Pitt has a serious problem on his hands. The postman in Grange Road has mysteriously vanished, and several of the residents who were anxiously awaiting his arrival are very distressed. Has he absconded with the mail, and some particularly important parcels? As Pitt begins his investigations, a darker alternative comes to light.
Luck and Judgment by Solomon Carter: Private investigators Eva Roberts and Dan Bradley discover a secret file uncovering the villains who destroyed a noble man. But when a violent gangster closes in, Eva and Dan discover the case is deadly to all who touch it…
Housewife Assassin’s Handbook by Josie Brown: Do you enjoy mysteries? What about satires? Maybe female leads that like a little massage with their espionage? The Housewife Assassin has it all! With three kids and a license to kill, Donna Stone is about to get real.
Counter-Coup by Michael Allen: Balembi is a newly independent state in the heart of Africa. President Kasaboru is striving to develop the country along democratic, Western lines, but is menaced by the spectre of tribal conflict prominent both internally and in border states…
One In A Million by Tony Faggioli: Kyle Fasano has it all: a good job, a loving family, and a house on the hill. Still, it’s not enough. Risking it all, he has a fling with a woman from the office. But Kyle is about to learn that with every choice, there are consequences, and sometimes there can be hell to pay. Literally.
Moonlight Falls (Book 1) by Vincent Zandri: THE THRILLER AND SHAMUS AWARD WINNING SERIES by NY Times and USA Today bestselling author, Vincent Zandri. Richard “Dick” Moonlight, former APD detective turned private investigator, believes he killed Scarlet Montana – his illicit lover and wife of his ex-boss, Chief of Detectives Jake Montana. Problem is, despite the blood on his hands, Moonlight doesn’t remember what happened.
Initiation by Phil M. Williams: One team, one goal: State Champions. Carter Lynch didn’t care about the slogan, the prestige, or the tradition. He cared about taking a starting spot and earning a scholarship. He was ready for the game. The initiation and the aftermath … that’s a different story.
The Grave of Lainey Grace by Aaron Galvin: Every year, when the last leaf of summer falls, roses are laid at the grave of Lainey Grace. No one knows who brings the roses, or why, until Briar Ann Wade decides to seek out the perpetrators. She discovers the answer only to learn, as her grandpa says, grief and love take many forms…and there is healing in both.
Abigail: Spy and Lie by Rose Fox: Abigail let her guard down for one second, but that’s all it took. A slim woman entered the lobby and pressed a tube against her face. She was left breathless, dropped into a black vehicle, sped to Iran’s border, and abandoned inside a cave for months. But before she was a kidnapped Mossad agent, Abigail was known as Naima, a Bedouin girl who grew up in the desert.
Dog Gone Lies by Ted Clifton: In the first Pacheco and Chino Mystery, a recently retired Sheriff starts a PI firm with unusual partners in an unusual place. Featuring an often-drunk Apache fishing guide and a bait shop owner-philosopher, their first adventure begins with an abandoned show dog whose owner has gone missing.
Satan’s Offspring by Linc Dante: Capri Kiernan is beautiful, innocent, naïve, unlucky, and ruthless. Circumstance has her living in the home of Pastor Gerald Coyne. He uses his Hollywood good looks to seduce women in his small New England town. Capri falls in love with him — until she finds that he has other women. When a 14-year-old girl is found dead in his bed, Capri gets her revenge.
Her Last Tomorrow by Alexandria Clarke: Mystery mastermind Alexandria Clarke, author of “The Professor” and “Witch Myth”, which have collectively accumulated 200+ five-star reviews, come together in this SUPER BOX SET for the first time! That’s TWO complete book SERIES comprised of SIX NOVELS, free for a limited time!
Smoke Screen by Elin Barnes: Could the knockout-gas attacks and military-style kidnappings that just hit Silicon Valley be the beginning of a national security threat? Detective Darcy Lynch must uncover the criminal’s true motives before his entire world is turned upside down.
Beleaguered Truth by William P. Messenger: “The second entry in William P. Messenger’s Shattered Triangle Series is a hard-hitting political thriller that deftly blends fact and fiction.” -Best Thrillers review
Time Change: A Nina Bannister Mystery by T’Gracie Reese & Joe Reese: We return in time! The year is 1969. Nina Bannister is 22 years old and newly married to Frank, an aspiring young attorney. She loves her job as a high school teacher, but is perplexed to learn that the mother of one of her students has been murdered by drug dealers. The shadowy world of heroin smuggling leads her to an old fort off the Mississippi coast—and into the path of one of the most devastating hurricanes in American history.
Tin God: Delta Crossroads (Book 1) by Stacy Green: Jaymee searches for the daughter she unwillingly gave up for adoption, while Nick remains haunted by his wife’s unsolved murder. A chilling letter from the killer brings them together in this dark Southern tale with 500 five-star reviews on Amazon.
Innocent Strangers by Millys Altman: Travelers, Jenny and her lawyer father, Marcus, stop for a night at a country inn in a small town. Before they can leave, they are arrested for the murder of a beautiful heiress in a parochial town that brands them as criminals and refuses to give up its dark secrets. Probing uncovers shocking tales of intrigue, double- dealing, blackmail, and adultery in the life of this charming, passionate woman.
Ashes (Book 1) by Kelly Cozy: Jennifer’s life: anonymous. But when she survived a terrorist attack and her narrow escape became the iconic image of the event, that life was over. Sean’s life: retired. A covert agent forced into a quiet life. When he saw Jennifer’s rescue, he wanted to find those responsible for the attack, even if it meant turning rogue. Now their paths will cross in a way neither could have foreseen.
Chasing Paper: The Manx Connection (Book 1) by Graham Hamer: Ian Gidman’s life is a mess — his partner can’t be trusted and nor can his wife. It only takes a few months for his life to implode and, every time he tries to rebuild it, his nemesis is never far behind. Meanwhile, there’s a multi-million dollar embezzlement going on right under everyone’s noses. But who’s pulling the strings and orchestrating events?
James 516 by BJ Bourg: Fear is the fresh catch of the day and it’s served ice cold for a Louisiana sheriff whose men are targeted by a killer sniper. London Carter is on the case, but how many cops will have to die before he stops the killer? 2016 EPIC Award Best Mystery.
Fallen Out by Wayne Stinnett: Retired Marine Jesse McDermitt is finally ready to relax in the Florida Keys, but danger stalks the glittering beaches and swampy Everglades. This taut adventure proves that a hero’s work is never done… especially on his home turf.
The Sense of Death: Ann Kinnear (Book 1) by Matty Dalrymple: Ann Kinnear is a reluctant psychic who has created a peaceful existence at her cabin in the Adirondack woods. But the calm is shattered after Philadelphia socialite Elizabeth Firth is reported missing. With few clues and fewer options, detective Joe Booth calls upon Ann to help solve the mystery. With Joe and her brother Mike, Ann attempts to uncover what Elizabeth’s husband may be hiding beneath his cloak of wealth and privilege.
The Computer Heist by Michael P. King: “King’s (The Traveling Man, 2015) latest thriller picks up the trail of his married con artists as they descend on a software company… After surviving their previous con in Seanboro, this ruthless, manipulative couple once again hopes to fleece a deserving mark. Personal lives, however, tend to skew even the best-laid scams…King strikes another vein of modern noir gold.”
The Witch of Bohemia by Pearl Goodfellow: Druida Stone? Dead? In the library? Join Hattie and The Inifiti as they race to find the obnoxious librarian’s killer. With a suspect list as long as your arm, it’s going to be a challenge!
That Old Witch Magic: Wicked in Moonhaven (Book 2) by J.D. Winters & Dakota Kahn: Haley is determined to save Bentley St. Ames from the mob. Shane does not approve. Does the big dark hunter from the North? Who knows? But in the end, Haley and Shane work together to save the vampire. After all, what are best friends for? And anyway, he’s too lovable to lose.
Chosen For Power by Kathleen Brooks: Somebody is out to destroy Elle Simpson and everything in her life. Elle has always depended on family to make her business run strong, but long work hours have left her without much of a private life. Just as Elle thinks she has met the potential man of her dreams, she also discovers an imposter determined to destroy her business and life. Can she trust this “Prince Charming” to help her defend everything she holds dear?
When Totems Fall by Wayne C Stewart: 50,000 Chinese boots on American soil… and not a single shot fired. Jaded Afghan/Iraq Wars Vet Zeb Dalton and Chinese businessman Junjie Zang work from unknown and opposite ends of the world to reverse the unbelievable: the annexation of the greater Seattle area into Penghu, the newest province of the People’s Republic.
An Abduction by M C Rowley: Scott Dyce’s son was taken by the cartels in Guatemala 22 years ago and assumed dead. Until one day, Dyce learns from a mysterious and powerful man that his son is still alive, and that he has become part of the gang that stole him. But to get his son back, Dyce must do whatever the mystery figure demands, even if it means carrying out an abduction himself.
Justice for Jessica by Alretha Thomas: Mousey, overweight Stacey Sullivan wants to trade places with her socialite BFF, Jessica James—that’s until she finds Jessica murdered in her own home. Whip-smart detective Rachel Storme wants to retire, but she forgoes her plans when asked to solve Jessica’s murder. Who killed Jessica? The answer will blow you away.
The Sitter by Sharon Hawes: The death of a nine-year-old boy under the watch of his babysitter causes his mother to doubt the sitter’s description of an accident. She suspects murder, but she’s completely alone in this belief. Can she make people listen to her before he kills again?
Mistletoe, Moonlight, and Murder by Carolyn L. Dean: ONE … terrible mudslide. TWO… feet sticking out of it. THREE… carats of perfect diamonds. Amanda hadn’t expected snow for Christmas on the Oregon Coast, but her first winter in Ravenwood Cove brings out long-dead secrets that someone is desperately trying to hide…no matter the cost. Hot chocolate, merry decorations, and purring cats give way to police investigations and a search for a ruthless killer.
Davenport House by Marie Silk: A nation on the brink of the Great War. A wealthy family with secrets. A household staff with secrets of their own. Find out what is happening upstairs and downstairs at Davenport House.
Dividers by Travis Adams Irish: A little girl is missing. Jacob doesn’t remember taking her, but he remembers seeing her face. Father and son billionaires are at war and a young singer comes between them. How many people will be destroyed in their personal battle? Will the young girl survive?
Taken! – Love Conquers All by Remington Kane: From Remington Kane, the author of The TANNER Novels, TAKEN! – Love Conquers All. Mr. White has the heart of a serial killer, yet, he fights the urges that drive him. Along with his wife, a psychiatrist, he tracks down other predators. Will Mr. White someday give in to his desires, or will love conquer all, and his demons be kept at bay?
The Bandaged Riders by Gordon Landsborough: In the shambles of the stricken, defeated South, lawless men saw an opportunity to seize power they did not deserve. These men fought on no side in the Civil War, but had instead battened on the defenseless old people left at home. One such unscrupulous man, Reuben Slatt, along with his ragged scalawag followers, had a better idea.
Sarah by Teri Polen: Seventeen-year-old horror fan Cain Shannon thought helping a ghost find her killers would be the supernatural adventure of a lifetime. Now, he just hopes to survive long enough to protect his family and friends from her.
Set Change: A Nina Bannister Mystery by T’Gracie Reese & Joe Reese: Nina Bannister, a retired high school principal, loves to be involved with the Bay St. Lucy Community Theater. One can only imagine how thrilled she must be to learn that a renowned New York City acting company is coming to town to film a world class version of Hamlet. Murder will out, though, and Nina has to solve it!
To Catch a Bad Guy by Marie Astor: Dennis Walker is a top-notch white collar crime investigator who will stop at nothing to put culprits away. When an opportunity for an undercover assignment at one of New York’s premier boutique investment firms comes up, Dennis jumps at the chance, adopting a persona of geeky IT engineer, Dean Snider. While he may be an ace at his job, years of experience fail him when Dennis meets Janet Maple and finds himself torn between his professional obligations and his personal desires.
Dead Loss by T. A. Clark: When a deadly fire destroys a mega-yacht at the Fort Lauderdale Boat Show, newly-minted homicide detective Adria Hill is assigned to the case over the objections of her new captain. With no support from her department, she finds a partner in the insurance investigator. Together, they dig into the mysteries of the fire, and of Adria’s own past.
Hollywood Murder by M.Z. Kelly: Hollywood Murder, book thirteen in the Hollywood Alphabet Thriller Series, finds tough but vulnerable LAPD homicide detective Kate Sexton and her canine partner, Bernie, in one of the most exclusive neighborhoods of Beverly Hills. When a billionaire investment broker goes missing, along with his family, all signs point to a kidnap for ransom case. But as Kate investigates, she finds there may be a serial killer at work with ties to the missing family.
True Crime by V N Sharma: Private Investigator Sean Hayes and his partner, Ashley Reid, are hired to find the fate of a girl who went missing 15 years back. Before they can even make a move, the NYPD reaches out to Sean to investigate a murder case.
Noose for a Lady by Gerald Verner: A case of wrongful conviction… When Margaret Hallam is sentenced to death for the murder of her husband, John Hallam, police believe that this is an open-and-shut case. All the while, it appears that the real culprit may just have got away with murder…
ICE by Kevin Tinto: 125,000+ Kindle Sales, 1,500+ Amazon Reviews, Amazon Bestseller Selection: Prime Reading. Archaeologist Leah Andrews stumbles upon something inexplicable in southwestern New Mexico: inside a dark cavern lies an undiscovered, Native American cliff dwelling abandoned for 800 years. While twisting through one of the narrow underground passageways, Leah’s flashlight illuminates the remains of a violent massacre.
Fonko in the Sun by B. Hesse Pflingger: Ex-Army Ranger Jake Fonko heads to the Caribbean for a routine job, only to find himself on the run from cartels, corrupt politicians, the CIA, and the KGB when he stumbles upon incendiary financial documents that could have nation-shaking implications. A standalone novel; for fans of John D. MacDonald (Travis McGee), Ian Fleming (Bond), and George MacDonald Fraser (Flashman).
Cry for Freedom by Graham Diamond: 1877. Natal, South Africa. Beautiful, free-spirited Sannie Riverwild has returned from years of schooling in Cape Town to find that little has changed in her home of Natal — including Pieter du Plessis, her childhood sweetheart who promised to love her forever.
The New World: A Step Backward by Andy Skrzynski: Join Thoruk and his two lifelong friends as they battle the detested Skalags and vicious beasts cloned from wicked DNA combinations of animals, insects, and plants at the turn of the next century in this gripping sci-fi thriller.