Rose Hill by Pamela Grandstaff: Police Chief Scott Gordon is devoted to temperamental Maggie Fitzpatrick, who can’t keep her nose out of police business. Everyone hated rich and rotten Theo Eldridge, but who murdered him? In the race to find out, the winner may be the next victim. A funny, romantic cozy mystery series.
Blueberry Cream Cupcake & Murder by Ann S Marie: Murder strikes again in the small town of Berry Cove. Dana Sweet, part time mystery riddles blogger who has inherited the Cozy Cupcakes Café from her late grandmother, is once again drawn into a strange murder with a bizarre twist. Her beloved Uncle Max has been charged with two murders he couldn’t have possibly committed, or could he? Dana’s super instincts tell her that he’s being framed.
Why Patrick Quit Crime by Eric Hertz: Patrick is a white ex-con who deals meth in San Diego and who hangs out with all races. Patrick hates racism. When members of an all-white prison gang threaten Patrick, he quits crime and legally makes a mockery of the prison gang.
Pumpkintown Perils: A Cozy Mystery Collection by Aubrey Law: Murder, Mystery, Magic, Myth. Welcome to Pumpkintown. Join wild witch and amateur detective Wanda Tempest as she joins forces with Pumpkintown police investigator Sam Shamrock to hunt for clues and convict criminals. Talking trees, wicked gnomes, savage wood trolls, and homicidal humans mean that Wanda and Sam never get a break from solving mysteries.
Ghosts on Tour (Wylie Westerhouse Book 1) by Nathan Roden: A voice. A medium. A haunted Scottish castle in Missouri?! If you like your ghost tales sprinkled with humor and romance, along with a cast of colorful good guys and bad guys, then you’ll love the mysterious and entertaining World of Wylie Westerhouse!
The (Im)Perfect Plan by Marty Matthews: Sociopath Fagan Langstrom continues on his path of murder since being released from prison. Now he wants to add his wife, Katherine, to his list so he can be free of marriage. Caring nothing for her nor their daughter, Annie, the deed is done, then he readies to flee the country with his paramour.
The Grave Man by David Archer: Sam Prichard was a cop, and a good one, until the bullets took out the joint of his right hip. Now he’s trying to learn to live without being a cop, and getting to know his neighbors, learning to walk again and even ride a motorcycle. Life is bearable, barely, but then he gets asked to find a missing child, and the lure of getting back into some kind of police work is too much for him to resist.
PRIMAL Origin by Jack Silkstone: PRIMAL is a team of elite operatives, hell bent on fighting for the downtrodden and oppressed. A renegade agency waging a secret war against the untouchables; powerful criminals, greed driven corporations, and twisted politicians. With cutting-edge technology and tactics they strike across the globe with impunity, stepping in where governments fail. PRIMAL books are dedicated to those who have fought for a just cause.
Murder at Mistletoe Manor by Holly Tierney-Bedord: There’s not usually much happening at Mistletoe Manor. When innkeeper Klarinda Snow’s guestbook begins to fill up during her slowest time of the year, she senses that something odd may be about to happen. What would a group of spoiled twenty-somethings want with her remote Idaho bed and breakfast? Is her beloved inn about to be the setting for something sinister?
BlueBuried Muffins by Lyndsey Cole: Annie Fisher is scared. She’s scared of the mess her boyfriend, Max Parker, is in the middle of and she has to get out of his house. She puts a whole state between them and drives like a madwoman from Cooper, NY to her hometown of Catfish Cove, NH where she hopes she’ll be safe. Unfortunately, she also has plenty of bad things follow her.
Hushabye: A Kate Redman Mystery (Book 1) by Celina Grace: When rookie detective Kate Redman joins the police force in the West Country town of Abbeyford, she’s thrown into the deep end with the case of a missing baby and his murdered nanny. But will her own past history mean she’s unable to solve the case?
Free Falling by Susan KIernan-Lewis: A fun family vacation turns into an apocalyptic nightmare when a couple and their young son find themselves trapped in the Irish countryside during an international crisis. Isolated and alone, this suburban American family reaches deep within their reserve of brains and courage to survive.
Iced Malice by Marla Madison: In the midst of a deadly cold winter, Detective Kendall Halsrud is faced with a body found frozen on a neighbor’s porch, and the brutal murder of a teenage couple believed to be linked to the ten-year-old disappearances of three other young couples.
Sign Off by Patricia McLinn: Big-city TV reporter Elizabeth Danniher is exiled to a Wyoming town with more cattle than people and where the best investigative journalism is done by an observant grocery store clerk. But now there’s a killer on the loose, and she’s called upon to investigate.
Dead Man Falling by Desmond Cory: Sophisticated espionage thriller. Geneva 1950. A man is murdered and a cache of diamonds worth millions is stolen. British Intelligence sends Johnny Fedora, a debonair secret agent, to investigate. As he draws closer to the truth, he becomes the killer’s next target.
Restless Spirits Super Boxset by Alexandria Clarke & Roger Hayden: Mystery masterminds Alexandria Clarke, author of “Witch Myth”, and Roger Hayden, author of “The Haunting of Bechdel Mansion”, which have collectively accumulated 250+ 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!
Cold Hollow by Emilie J. Howard: The Barner family relocates to Cold Hollow, a quaint town nestled in a Vermont mountain range. They find it to be quite charming and the inhabitants endearing, except for a few residents. Odd laws are enforced, confrontations begin, and insanity reigns as a madman sits upon his imaginary throne, trying to keep the threads of his dream from unraveling. Will Sophia and Angus Barner be able to protect their children from the malevolence that lurks within the small township? This is the story of Cold Hollow, a place you’ll never want to visit.
Coronation by Lee F. Jordan: An ancient evil. An impossible mystery. And one man with a dark gift caught between the two. Jon David Stickle never asked for his gift. Never understood how to use it. But when twenty-four men die horribly aboard a submarine, he is trapped in a timeless mystery with something sinister. Something without a name that knows about his gift. And it wants it.
Lethal Trade: A Red Dog One Mission by Declan Conner: Maria is struggling to bring up her two children when she puts a roof over the head of a man who won’t give her his real name. It could be the worst decision she has ever made, when he first brings comfort then mayhem to her doorstep, in this mystery crime thriller full of twists.
The Electra Conspiracy by Elizabeth Revill: Two British filmmakers are making a documentary about Electra, a celebrity singer and pop icon. Electra is assassinated by a secret group of politicians and businessmen called the Brandenburg Sect. The filmmakers digging around her death are soon targeted. Now they must make the truth public, before they too are eliminated.
Bought The Farm by Jeff Shelby: Rainy Day has just quit her job in Washington, DC and bought a hobby farm in the small town of Latney, Virginia. All is good until she finds a body in her bungalow and she becomes a suspect in the crime. Using her wits and previous job experience, Rainy must clear herself and figure out what exactly happened. And then she’ll need to decide if she made a mistake in buying the farm.
Dead Man’s Diamonds: A Piece of Cake Mystery by A.R. Winters: When Mindy Macbay moves back to her hometown of Santa Verona, she soon finds herself trying to track down a killer – all while dealing with anonymous death threats, her high school nemesis, and her former boyfriend!
Bluewater Killer by Charles Dougherty: A serial killer is sailing Florida and the Eastern Caribbean on his classic yacht. When he picks Dani as his next victim, he makes a big mistake. Bluewater Killer introduces Dani Berger, who later emerges as the tough, self-sufficient protagonist in the Bluewater Thriller series.
Juarez Liberty by Wayne C. Stewart: In the wake of 911, young men and women fill the training grounds and barracks of places like Ft. Sill, Oklahoma. Some come for revenge. Others, not so sure of America’s response to terror, nonetheless desire to serve. Army PFC Zeb Dalton is there only because he has to be, reluctantly fulfilling his side of a bargain struck with a government wanting his unique skillsets and holding over him the deeds of his past.
The Student Council by Lee Stone: A new release that promises to be one of the year’s most memorable sagas. “The Student Council” is adult reading about a teenage girl who assumes control of her destiny. Is she a budding Godfather, Gone Girl, or Good Samaritan? The only sure conclusion will be that young Amy Westin is a fictional sensation.
Stiletto by Caddy Rowland: Never underestimate the value of a kick-ass pair of heels. Sexy shoes can make a woman feel beautiful. They can also bring a man to his knees—or worse. John Mickelson is going to pay, and Jasmine Albertson is going to be the one doing the collecting.
Oil Change: A Nina Bannister Mystery by T’Gracie Reese and Joe Reese: Nina Bannister is shocked to discover the body of one of her old students in a drainage canal near her home in Bay St. Lucy. She would be even more shocked, however, if she knew that the search for his murderer would take her to the massive off shore oil rig Aquatica, on a mission that might save the entire gulf coast from an unparalleled ecological disaster.
A Darcy Sweet Mystery Box Set One by K.J. Emrick: Darcy Sweet is connected with the spirit world, and the connection often puts her in weird spots. Included in this collection are the first six books in the series.
Eleven by Carolyn Arnold: New FBI agent and profiler Brandon Fisher takes on his first investigation and gets more than he bargained for when the serial killer he’s hunting turns their sights on him. This isn’t your run-of-the-mill serial killer: these killings involve ritualistic torture and an underground burial chamber, inside which are eleven rooms, ten bodies, and one empty grave. This is one dark and creepy read that will keep you up at night.
Malevolent by Jana DeLeon: Everyone wondered about Shaye Archer’s past. Including Shaye. Her life effectively began the night police found her in an alley with no memory of the previous 15 years. Now, she’s a PI who gets answers for her clients, and maybe for herself.
The Devil’s Vial by Byron Brumbaugh: The threat of global warming pushes some well-organized and very powerful people to scheme something drastic and lethal. Central to their plans is a small clear vial. These plans remain undiscovered until Richard Gregg, a convert to Buddhism struggling to apply what he’s learned to a westerner’s life, and four companions stumble across the conspiracy.
Key to Savannah by Hope Callaghan: Months after the untimely death of mafia made man “Vinnie Garlucci,” his devoted wife, Carlita, discovers a mysterious key in one of his pockets while sorting through his belongings. With help from her daughter, Mercedes, she sets off to find out what the mysterious key belongs to and soon discovers she has inherited property in historic Savannah, Georgia. Carlita views the property as a sign and remembers Vinnie’s dying words to her to get their family out of the mafia.
Stilettos & Scoundrels by Laina Turner: Thirty-something Presley Thurman was just fired from her job for telling her boss where to shove it. Far from feeling sad, she decides to take a trip home to visit her parents and regroup. Her visit turns out to be anything but relaxing when a senator visiting her small town is murdered. Nosy by nature, she can’t help but get involved, especially when she reconnects with handsome Cooper Sands, an old high school friend who had been working for the senator.
Deadly Gamble: The First Charlie Parker Mystery by Connie Shelton: Charlotte “Charlie” Parker doesn’t want to be a detective. She’s happy to do the finances for her brother’s PI firm, until the day an old friend begs for help. Soon, nothing is as simple as it seemed. “An impressive debut mystery.”—Albuquerque Journal
Heaven to Betsy: What Doesn’t Kill You (Book 5) by Pamela Fagan Hutchins: A romantic mystery about 30-year old Emily— a newly pregnant and recently dumped rodeo queen-turned-paralegal—who tucks tail back to her conservative hometown seeking privacy she doesn’t get. But when she and her enigmatic new boss, Jack, take the case of an illegal immigrant who is beaten to death in jail, Emily becomes obsessed with finding and protecting the woman’s six-year old daughter, a witness to human trafficking and murder, no matter the cost to herself. 2015 WINNER USA Best Book Awards, Cross Genre Fiction.
Diamonds and Cole by Michael Maxwell: The Cole Sage series offers a mystery hero, short on vices, long on compassion, a strong moral compass, and a willingness to risk it all to right wrongs. Maxwell’s books are character driven, with twists, turns, and page turning plots, that aren’t heavily sexual, or profanity laced.
The Gossiping Gourmet by Martin Brown: A dead man, known in his small town for his rumor-ridden paper, pushes newspaper publisher, Rob Timmons, and Detective Eddie Austin to dig through the deep deceptions for the unsavory truth.
The Applicant by Anthony Stening: Set in Amsterdam’s cosmopolitan cafe culture, The Applicant resonates with existential yearning and moral ambiguity, creating a taut psychological thriller with probing philosophical insight.
Rapture by Thomas Tessier: When Jeff Lisker’s father passes away, he finds himself returning to his hometown. Unearthing old memories, he decides to seek out his old friend, Georgianne, where she now lives in the suburbs with her husband and daughter. Rekindling their friendship, Jeff soon finds himself obsessed with Georgianne, and is convinced she is meant to be with him. He must possess her… At whatever cost.
Push Back Choson by Richard Brown: What if President Truman had withdrawn American forces from the Korean peninsula in 1950, rather than holding fast in a fight that cost more than 30,000 American lives? How would the United States’ position in Asia be affected today? Push Back Choson offers one possible answer. In this alternate history, President Truman elects to withdraw American troops from Korea in order to avoid a new world war.
The Righteous and the Wicked by Derik Cavignano: A thriller reminiscent of Limitless meets The Firm. A young widower witnesses a mysterious death and stumbles into the crosshairs of a powerful cult led by a biotech CEO whose relentless pursuit of knowledge threatens the fate of mankind.
Murder on the Tor by Frances Evesham: Love Agatha Christie-style murder mysteries, history, cake, and chocolate? You’ll love Murder on the Tor. When a strange mist falls on mysterious Glastonbury Tor, Libby Forest and her enormous Carpathian sheepdog, Bear, find themselves entangled in a murder mystery whose roots burrow deep into the past. In this cozy crime story set in a close-knit small town in England’s West Country, truth meets ancient myth and legend as Libby hunts down a ruthless killer.
Deadly Stillwater by Roger Stelljes: Two girls gone… one detective under pressure… and no time left. NY Times bestselling author Roger Stelljes pens another compelling crime thriller in the McRyan Mystery Series that has been downloaded over 1.5 million times. Deadly Stillwater is a book you won’t be able to put down until its last gripping minute.
Demiurge: Blood of the Innocent by Michael Hagan: Corruption, collusion, and the mystery surround, a strangely gifted eight-year-old orphan who is the primary target of the murderous cult that force Detective Hassom and Professor McKenzie to work together to solve the mass murders.
The Shill by John Shepphird: Set in LA, struggling actress Jane falls for a con man and agrees to help in a scam. Their mark is a ruthless banker, nearly impossible to engage, but Jane impersonates a rich and carefree heiress to befriend his wife. It boils down to a tangled web of deception, depravity, and murder.
Plain Brown Wrapper by Greg Lynch: Impoverished college student Allison Kerry only thought her life was complicated. On a broiling August afternoon in Dallas, it’s about to get much worse. Political blackmail leads to a political payoff gone terribly wrong and the money ends up in Allison’s hands, but she has no idea where it came from or who lost it.
Agent Hill: In the Shadows (Season 2, Episode 2) by James Hunt: The hunter has become the hunted. With the world’s top intelligence agencies now chasing down Agent Sarah Hill and the rest of the GSF, danger lurks around every corner. And just when one threat has been dismissed another has formed in the shadows. The odds are stacked against her. Can she beat them?
Thirsty For Payback by Marie Astor: In a blink of an eye, Allyson Roberts loses her fiance, her employment, and her fortune. Just when she seems to have hit the bottom, Ally is recruited by an undercover agency that is interested in her skills. She takes the job with only one goal in mind: payback. Getting even is the only thought on her mind as she convinces herself that her heart has no room for love – or does it?
Hollow Bond by BJ Bourg: When a nude body is found dead beside the highway, Brandon Berger investigates. Factor in a house fire and a missing baby, and things just got a whole lot worse. A dark secret could tie everything together, but the truth can sometimes be deadly.
Prey of Desire by JC Gatlin: Whoever is sending college student Kimberly Bradford all the love notes and poems is not only in her inner-circle, but has a connection to an unsolved murder from 25 years ago. That connection puts her life in danger and exposes secrets better left buried around her closest friends and family.
The Devil’s Dream by David Beers: What can the FBI do, when the smartest man to ever live decides to burn the world down? In this break-neck speed thriller, an unfathomable genius named Matthew Brand has figured out how to bring his dead son back to life. All he needs are living bodies. Why not use the cops that killed his boy?
Undressed To The Nines by Jayden Hunter: When Drew Stirling discovers a thumb drive with explosive information that puts her life in danger, she must decide who to trust and who to run from. This debut psychological thriller features supermodel Drew Stirling facing her fears, insecurity, and danger while she attempts to formulate a plan that will save her life and expose a dangerous conspiracy.
Enter the Uncreated Night by Christopher Rankin: Psychologist Oscar Loste is facing the most confusing and frightening case of his career. Six-year-old Beth Bardo is displaying bizarre behavior, including interaction with an imaginary friend she calls Mister Smiler.