The Girl in the Darkness

By John Triptych

Twelve years have gone by since eleven-year-old Samantha Devoe vanished into the evening dusk. When one of her personal items is discovered, her cold case is reopened, bringing startling clues to light in the shocking suspense novel, The Girl In The Darkness by John Triptych....

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The Big Weekend

A Stella Reynolds Mystery
By Libby Kirsch

A husband is shot and murdered in front of his house, and the killer is walking free in the thrilling sleuth mystery, The Big Weekend (A Stella Reynolds Mystery) by Libby Kirsch. Stella is covering a story live at a home, where a mother...

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The Unraveling of Brendan Meeks

By Brian Cohn

If you’re unfamiliar with schizophrenia and how it affects a person, The Unraveling of Brendan Meeks by Brian Cohn will both fascinate and frighten you. This first novel by Cohn sucks you into Brendan’s chaotic mind within the first few sentences: Brendan is running; he’s...

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Terminal Secret

By Mark Gilleo

Mark Gilleo’s Terminal Secret is the second in what may well become a successful series involving the exploits of Dan Lord, a private investigator who is also an attorney. He’s based in Washington D.C. and in this story teams up with two detectives, Earl Wallace...

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The Alb

By Luis Rousset

The Alb by Luis Rousset is the story of a detective on a fascinating journey in which he has to find out the truth behind the disappearance of a very powerful man and an even more powerful ancient artifact. The story follows Alan Leary, a...

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The Fugitive's Trail

Book One of The Sean Kruger Series
By J.C. Fields

The Fugitive's Trail is a stunning first entry in The Sean Kruger Series by J.C. Fields, a page-turner that is intelligently plotted and executed with great mastery. A man has been found dead in a Wall Street investment firm and another injured, and the man...

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The Day the Music Died

An Emlyn Goode Mystery
By Susan Solomon

The Day the Music Died: An Emlyn Goode Mystery is a paranormal murder mystery novella written by Susan Solomon. Amanda Stone’s meteoric rise to fame had made her legendary in her small hometown of Niagara Falls, New York, where she and Emlyn had both grown...

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The Martini Club Mystery

By Alan Eysen

The Martini Club Mystery by Alan Eysen is a mystery sleuth novel that would appeal most to an audience of mature young adults and adults who enjoy murder mysteries and do not mind explicit language, sexual situations, and graphic violence. The Martini Club is made...

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Tabula Rasa

The End is Nigh
By Gordon Bickerstaff

Tabula Rasa: The End is Nigh by Gordon Bickerstaff is a fascinating tale that weaves together elements of thriller with mystery to deliver one of the best entertainments for readers. Two skilled agents from the Lambeth Group, Gavin Shawlens and Zoe Tampsin, are embroiled in...

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The Actress

A Christian Murder Mystery
By Michael Hicks Thompson

The Actress (A Christian Murder Mystery) by Michael Hicks Thompson is a murder mystery Christian novel that would appeal most to a diverse audience of young adults and adults who enjoy intrigue and detective stories. In the 1960s, a widow named Martha McRae found herself...

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