A Witch’s Guide to Murder by Aubrey Harper: In the span of one day, Rory learns that she has inherited an occult shop, that her grandmother had actually been murdered (straight from the ghost’s mouth) and that she comes from a long line of witches! What next?
Outlier by Jacob Mesmer: Detective Sean Lovac works in the small town of Rockport, Texas. His whole future is planned out as he arrives at his soon-to-be fiance’s house. Then he finds her laying in a puddle of blood, and something else. As Lovac tries desperately to solve her murder, more strange events begin happening around town and Lovac gets sucked into a supernatural conspiracy of epic proportions.
Zombie Games: Origins by Kristen Middleton: When the world turns upside down, seventeen-year-old Cassie risks everything to rescue her younger sister and reunite with her parents during a zombie apocalypse. This series features a strong heroine, an annoying (but hot) karate instructor, dark humor, and jaw-dropping twists you’ll never see coming. You don’t even have to be a zombie fan to enjoy this heart-pounding adventure…
The Pale Horse Returned: A Martin Forn Small Town Spy Series Novel by Matt Wilk: The citizens of Huntington managed to live in peace for five quiet years. Until the Caliphate sent their premier terrorist organization – The Assyrian Plague. Now, all of the best man-hunters in the world are gathering in a small mining town in the middle of nowhere.
Ghostly Interests by Lily Harper Hart: Harper Harlow can see ghosts. She also finds herself in a whole lot of trouble no matter the circumstances. Jared Monroe just moved to town and he doesn’t believe in the supernatural. These two are on a crash course for a mystery … and maybe something more.
Lucy’s Money by J.J. Henderson: Lucy Ripken finds herself in Costa Rica, where the meals and hotel rooms are comped, the wildlife is exotic, and the tourists are dying. River-rafting accidents and plane crashes are just the beginning. The jungle is rife with remnants of old wars, soldiers who turned their skills to the drug trade, and worse. Alone and annoyed, Lucy’s in no mood to let any of that crap slide.
Cosega Search by Brandt Legg: Indiana Jones meets Jason Bourne in this thrilling white-knuckle adventure! When archaeologist Ripley Gaines finally finds the key artifact that will prove his unusual scientific hypothesis, he’ll have to protect it — and himself — from the world’s most powerful organizations. Dig far enough into the past . . . you may just discover the future.
Loose Screw by Rae Davies: Don’t miss the first book in the Dusty Deals Mystery Series, a cute, funny cozy featuring Lucy Mathews, a reporter-turned-antiques dealer, her Alaskan Malamute, Kiska, and a cast of wacky characters. Set in Montana with a dash of romance.
Davenport Mysteries Box Set by V S Vashist: When Agent Kiara Davenport and Agent Jake Carter were assigned new partners, they had hoped the cases would also be new. But, a serial killer is back in town, and Jake has to follow his trail. The only clue left behind is the dying words of the three victims.
Salt City by Robert C. Fleet: Syracuse, upstate New York. The “Salt City.” At an apartment building on the edge of The Projects, Anne Malloy dies, flying out of a sixth-floor window in an apparent suicide, while Mark Cornell watches. Mark was there to snap incriminating photos for a divorce lawyer who happily takes cases over the phone. Watching the apartment was Mark’s assignment. But this assignment has a problem: Mark learns that “Anne Malloy” had died months before, leaving behind a grieving husband. So who is this woman?
Sam’s Song by Hannah Howe: Hired by a leading pop star to investigate a stalker, enquiry agent Samantha Smith soon stumbles upon a murder and a scandal that will make the newspaper headlines for months on end. Meanwhile, Sam also has her own emotions to deal with. Can she set aside years of domestic abuse and learn to love and trust again?
Iron Jack Rides by Gordon Landsborough: When Senator Gwin rides into town, he brings bad news. His dreams for a Pony Express are over – Congress practically laughed him out of the building. But that’s before he meets the notorious Jack Irons, who has a brand new plan.
Dangerous Allies by Rickie Blair: On a cruise with her husband, actress Ruby Delaney stumbles across evidence that her spouse is involved in a massive stock fraud linked to the ruthless Russian mob. She’s stunned to discover he plans to disappear with millions and frame her for the crime. Ruby stages a disappearing act of her own, but her impulsive action backfires when the mob becomes convinced she’s vanished with their share of the take.
RACE WARS OMNIBUS I (Seasons 1-5) by D.W. Ulsterman: “A World Gone Mad.” A small, yet diverse group of Race Wars survivors fight to stay alive in the midst of worsening chaos and bloodshed following the collapse of the United States government. “A strong condemnation of what is going on in our society today.” -Jason Robbins
Disk of Death by Kim Smith: When Shannon Wallace is fired from her secretarial job, she cannot believe her boss, and (now former) boyfriend, has done this to her. Angry, she heads to the nearest casino to drown her sorrows. The few drinks and a vague memory of confronting her ex are all Shannon can recall from the previous night, so it’s a shock to discover her ex has been murdered and she’s a person of interest in the case.
Chasing Fireflies: A James Beamer Thriller (Book 1) by Paul Seiple: Michael Callahan hunts for killers. But in his dreams, he is the killer. The internal struggle of protector versus killer refuses to stay hidden when the dreams become reality. A serial killer, who calls himself Murmur, stalks the streets of North Carolina, searching for the “fireflies.” Michael knows the victims all too well — he’s killed them in his dreams.
Death Comes to Town: A Darcy Sweet Cozy Mystery (Book 1) by K.J. Emrick: Darcy Sweet is connected with the spirit world, and the connection often puts her in weird spots. When Darcy finds her neighbor’s body, she is pulled into the search for the culprit. But will she live to see the killer apprehended?
One O’Clock Hustle: An Inspector Rebecca Mayfield Mystery by Joanne Pence: From a USA Today bestselling author who “provides laughter, love, and cold chills” (New York Times bestselling author Carolyn Hart): Homicide Inspector Rebecca Mayfield’s latest murder investigation takes a bizarre turn when a man on the run asks Rebecca to prove his innocence…
Haunting Memories from a Troubled Past by Ellie DeFarr: A shot rings out. The mayor’s secretary gasps her last breath. Then two men are heard arguing in her backyard. Minutes later, gutsy PI Hera Hunter arrives at her front door. When Hera sees what’s waiting for her, she vows to find the woman’s killer.
Forty Days at Kamas by Preston Fleming: Inspired by Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn’s account of a Soviet labor camp revolt in Gulag Archipelago, FORTY DAYS AT KAMAS follows political prisoners and security officials at a corrective labor camp in Kamas, Utah, where inmates seize control during the summer of 2024. The novel offers a portrait of a man determined to survive under the bleakest of conditions and against formidable odds.
Remedy: Inspired by Life Experience by E. R. Sanchez: When an Irish American father of two loses everything to the Great Recession, he is met with a proposal by his former employee, to join the Green Rush or keep being underpaid. He jumps in Breaking-Bad-Season-1 style and chases the comeback.
Gunpowder Chowder by Lyndsey Cole: Gunpowder Chowder is volume 1 in the Hooked & Cooked Cozy Mystery Series, which can be read and enjoyed in any order. Hannah Holiday is new to Hooks Harbor, Maine. With the inheritance of her Great Aunt Caroline’s café and cottages, she faces a challenge of turning it into a modern business. A challenge she is ready for—until a body turns up in an unexpected place.
Deadly Investment by Jill Paterson: It was an accepted fact that Beatrice Maybrick, owner and operator of the Maybrick Literary Agency, accidentally fell to her death. Or did she? Esme Timmons thought not, her suspicions fuelled by a letter she received from Beatrice following the tragic incident. Faced with this dilemma, Esme takes steps to find the killer. Meanwhile, Detective Chief Inspector Alistair Fitzjohn commences his investigation into the suspicious death of entrepreneur Preston Alexander.
Ram by Jacob Mesmer: Tom Nolen is a part-time programmer who knows as soon as he finishes his current project he’s out of a job. But when he finds a carefully placed bug in the accounting software he’s working on, he discovers it’s part of a much larger money siphoning scam. The deeper he digs, the more trouble he finds. People are dying, the girl he loves is kidnapped by an insidious cult leader, and he uncovers an ancient conspiracy that is more horrible than he could ever imagine.
Where Angels Prey by Ramesh S Arunachalam: Where Angels Prey is a rip-roaring piece of crime fiction that travels from New York to India via many countries. At the very core, it is a story of extreme greed on the part of a few to amass a huge fortune. Just as Don Corleone says in Mario Puzo’s ‘The Godfather’, “Behind every successful fortune there is a crime.”
Mendez Genesis by Edward Hancock II: Mendez Genesis is a prequel to 2010’s Mourning Reign, Book 1 of the Mendez Series. It is two short books in one, working as a single story arc. Alex Mendez and Lisa Warner face an evil as old as time itself. In the end, the existence of the world depends upon their very survival.
A Clash of Spooks by Nic Saint: When Felicity Bell and Alice Whitehouse are sent to England on their first ever ghost hunting mission, they discover the woman who hired them brutally murdered with an ancient battle-ax. Now instead of figuring out how to rid Castle Windermere of its ghosts, they are drawn into the murder investigation. The plot thickens when a famous New York fashion designer arrives in search of her father, a CIA agent who went missing twenty-five years ago.
Hayes Reid Mystery Thriller Box Set by V N Sharma: Private Investigator Ashley Reid and Sean Hayes are torn between two crimes – One of the most influential businesswomen in the country is missing and Sean has to save her life, while Ashley has to deal with a league of shadows that has resurfaced after a gap of two centuries.
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?
An End to a Silence by W. H. Clark: A twisty, fast-paced crime mystery set in Montana. The disappearance of a little boy in the summer of 1985. The murder of his grandfather in the winter of 2010. A dark secret links the two crimes. The silence is about to be shattered…
Element 63 by L.j. Charles: Everly Gray and Tynan Pierce take on projects no one else wants to deal with. Known as the TaP Team (Touch and Persuade), they combine the best in extrasensory perception and tactical ability. The Lecoq contract should have been a slam-dunk, a straightforward assignment to expose the truth behind a manufacturing company’s government contract. Until the nightmare edges in, they discover the contract is fake, and death hovers, waiting in every corner.
Hollywood Forbidden by M.Z. Kelly: In the sixth installment of the Hollywood Alphabet series, Kate Sexton and her dog, Bernie, are enjoying a visit to Catalina when her niece and friends are charged with murder and running a sex trafficking ring. Can Kate get to the bottom of this before its too late?
Roland: of Pirates and Patriots by Timothy Freriks: It’s 1814, and the United States is on the brink of destruction. The War of 1812 rages and America is weak. The fate of the young country now lies in the hands of an unlikely collection of patriots and pirates. Inspired by true events and real characters, Roland: of pirates and patriots, tells a harrowing tale of loyalty, patriotism, piracy, strange friendships, and betrayal—a forgotten backstory that preserved our freedom.
Firewater by John Russell Fearn: Nick Carson, a lone traveler, Pierre Gamont, an unscrupulous half-breed, and Slick Hartnell, a ruthless outlaw, all sought an untold fortune in gold. The problem is that it lies deep in the heart of Indian territory. Who will be victorious?
A Highly Suspicious Death by Laura Pauling: Love, murder, and lost pirate treasure! Devon Despicable and Francesca Lovely solve the highly suspicious death of Captain William Waterford in this humorous cozy mystery.
That One May Smile by Valerie Keogh: When Kelly Johnson’s husband disappears, she thinks her life can’t get worse. Then she finds a dead body behind her house and becomes a murder suspect. Looking for answers sends her on a chase with the investigating officer, Garda Sergeant Mike West, hot on her tail. Can he untangle an increasingly complex case involving identity theft, illegal narcotics, blackmail, and murder while fighting an unsuitable attraction to his only suspect?
RECRUITED: A Rayna Tan Thriller by Wesley Robert Lowe: Meet Rayna Tan, the first woman to ever lead a Special Forces Unit. RECRUITED is the story of how and why she left Canada’s secretive JTF2 to join Fidelitas, an even more shadowy organization as a covert operative. Smart—IQ off the charts. Lethal—more kills than Chris Kyle. Black belt martial artist. And vulnerable, sexy and complicated.
The Vanishing Wife by Barry Finlay: Mason Seaforth, a mild-mannered accountant, wakes up one day to find his wife, Sami, gone. His investigation leads him to Sami’s secret past. As he closes in on Sami’s whereabouts, so do two deadly serious criminals willing to kill to protect Sami’s secrets.
The Deadly Real Estate Affair by K.M. Morgan: When the local police wrongfully suspect one of Daisy McDare’s friends of murdering a shady real estate developer, Daisy trades interior decorating for amateur sleuthing in order to clear her friend’s name.
Still Kicking by Judith Arnold: When Lainie Lovett spots a friend’s husband with a woman who’s not his wife, she worries whether she should tell her friend. When the husband turns up dead the next day, shot with a nail gun in a half-built McMansion, Lainie’s worries multiply—because she’s a suspect! Smart, funny book 1 of the Lainie Lovett Mysteries.
The Lost One by Jackie Smith: A gripping story of four friends who were drafted at the same time, served together through basic training and at the front lines; then, when the cease fire is put into effect, one who has been a prisoner of war chooses to stay behind in North Korea. The other three go home, attend college, meet girls, marry, and find careers.
Mistake Creek by Rachel Amphlett: Nina O’Brien’s life is changed forever when a stranger appears at the door to her father’s truck stop, bloodied and incoherent. As night falls and a ferocious storm descends on the tiny Californian community, the small group of people sheltering with Nina steel themselves to face the onslaught, only to be confronted by a ruthless killer.
Murder on Moloka’i by Chip Hughes: When Boston heiress Adrienne Ridgely strides into his Honolulu office, Surfing Detective Kai Cooke likes what he sees, but doubts what he hears. Adrienne’s sister, environmental activist Sara Ridgely-Parke, plunged to her death from a mule on Moloka‘i – the first fatal incident on the soaring cliffs above Kalaupapa’s fabled leper colony. Murder, cries Adrienne, perpetrated by Sara’s ex-husband, developer J. Gregory Parke. Cooke flies to Moloka‘i, tracking tantalizing leads to an unlikely murder that, despite himself, he starts to believe in.
Bluegrass State of Mind by Kathleen Brooks: She thought she would be safe far away in Kentucky… McKenna Mason’s perfect life in New York City has just been destroyed. She is now a witness to a horrific crime involving some of America’s most influential men. She knows she must get away and can think of only one outsider that might help her–Will Ashton. The flame of their brief romance during their teenage years never completely died out, and now it is about to explode.
Long Time Dying by Solomon Carter: Meet Eva Roberts and Dan Bradley, private detectives as they are consumed in an epic intrigue which could claim their lives… If you love mystery thrillers with strong female protagonists and snappy dialogue, you’ll love this series.
Murder in the South of France by Susan Kiernan-Lewis: When her sister dies, Maggie flies to the south of France to find the little niece that no one in the family even knew existed. Along the way, she finds handsome Frenchman Laurent Dernier to help with the search. Meanwhile, her sister’s murderer sets his sights on the little girl—and Maggie.
Truth Lies Waiting by Emma Salisbury: Davy Johnson is a young man from an Edinburgh estate with a target on his back. After a spell in prison, he is trying to make a life for himself. When he witnesses a murder, his world is turned upside down – he’s been framed for the killing. Forced to go on the run to clear his name, Davy turns to the cronies he promised he’d turn his back on when he got out of jail – but what will they want in return?
DRONE: State of Reason (Prequel) by Miles A. Maxwell: An act of terrorism. A Presidential election. A Constitutional crisis. And a terrorist who may get away scott free! And it could happen again, perpetrated by anyone, anywhere . . . at a financial cost of next to nothing!
Loss Of Reason: State Of Reason (Book 1) by Miles A. Maxwell: Distant for many years, Franklin and his step-brother Everon are connected by a single link: Their sister Cynthia. When a nuclear bomb is detonated in New York, where Cynthia lives, the military quarantines the city. All bridges and tunnels have been destroyed or blocked. Easterly winds have forced the bomb’s huge radiation cloud out over Long Island. But Cynthia’s brothers are determined to find her. If it were your sister, what would you do?