A Secondhand Life

by Pamela Crane

After receiving a heart transplant from a young murder victim, Mia Germaine is plagued by nightmares. Are they clues to solving a murder case, or grim phantasms leading her further into danger? More than a page-turning thriller, A Secondhand Life weaves a tale of second chances and reclaimed dreams as this taut, refreshing story ensnares and penetrates you.

The Travel Mate

by J.A. Kalis

A chilling, fast-paced thriller that will make the reader’s blood run cold.
When a young woman goes missing while trekking in a remote mountain region, her father and sister embark on a wild search and cross paths with a ruthless killer.


by Jake Parent

A gripping psychological thriller from a #1 Amazon bestselling author. Desperate to escape her past, Cristina Rodriguez moves into a picturesque hilltop home with an ocean view. The same place where, four years earlier, a young girl was kidnapped and murdered. At first, both the house and the scenic California beach town seem perfect. Fresh air. Fresh faces. And the ocean is just ten minutes away. But as Cristina and her daughter set about rebuilding their lives, they soon discover that the past is not about to let go so easily. A page-turning thrill ride, Cristina will grab you from the first page and keep you guessing until the very end…

Post Pattern

by David Chill

On a dark Los Angeles freeway, someone fires a gunshot at a local football star. His family turns to Private Investigator Burnside, a former football star himself, who has recently left the LAPD. Burnside encounters beautiful girls, wayward athletes and overworked cops on his way toward finding a killer who knows he’s on their trail. Fighting his way through a baffling investigation, the body count starts to pile up and Burnside’s own life is now being threatened. And as he navigates down this perilous path, Burnside also comes to grips with a betrayal from his past, one that keeps returning to him, no matter how hard he tries to avoid it. Set against the sun drenched backdrop of a hot Los Angeles summer, the tension mounts as Burnside works feverishly towards nabbing the culprit — before they can get to him.

The doorbell rings in the home of a prominent Palm Beach citizen, quickly followed by a shotgun blast that shatters a window, cracking the calm of a cool January night. Rodger Kriger is mortally wounded, leaving a wife and six children. Murder in Palm Beach is closely based on a sensational, real murder that happened in the posh oceanside town in 1976. In the thin guise of fiction, the book contains shocking new information never before made public. Author Bob Brink, an award-winning journalist, was a newspaper reporter in the locale where the sensational assassination occurred. It made media headlines for 15 years. An ambitious prosecutor gets a jury to convict Mitt Hecher, a hoodlum and karate expert. Judges repeatedly frustrate Hecher and several attorneys working without fees to get a new trial, as investigators pursue myriad scenarios. Was Hecher innocent, and if so, who did it? The book, a story of redemption, explores issues of justice and power.

A rival suitor and a deadly attack are enough to put a damper on any date.
Just when Adina’s social life is looking up, her night out is interrupted by the scream of police sirens. Afraid her bartender boyfriend might be accused of murder, Adina’s neighbor enlists her help, and in the process exposes her to the seamier side of illegal immigration and crime in the city. Hard as she tries to limit her involvement, the more Adina learns, the more she needs to know – until a case of mistaken identity lands her in hot water. Will she uncover the truth or become the next victim?

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Missing Amanda

by Duane Lindsay

Chicago in 1958 is a very dangerous place. When private eye Lou Fleener and his friend Dion Monkton are tricked into helping a Chicago mob boss in his takeover of Mayor Daley’s office, it makes the other mobs angry enough to kill. Through guns and bombs and the unsteady affections of Cassidy Adams, a blonde with a heart for pure gold, the scary attentions of a hit man who prefers a scalpel to a .38 and a baseball fan who’ll kill them if the Cubs lose, Lou and Monk devise an amazing plan of vengeance against the mobs. All of them. At the same time.

Walking Woman

by Jay Jackson

Spring in Gratis has sprung, and so has Delroy Jones. His girlfriend has left him, he’s drinking too much, and he has two clients, sisters, who can’t stay out of trouble. Between shady private investigators from Atlanta, a shifty fix-it man, and a missing baby, Delroy will be lucky to save the ones who count on him. This follow up to The Killing King of Gratis shines its light into the dark corners of a small southern town, and according to reviewers “will keep you hooked until the last word” and is a “skillful piece of storytelling.”

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The Trial

by John Mayer

The first full length novel in The Parliament House Books series.
Brogan McLane escapes a life of poverty and crime in Glasgow Scotland to become a High Court lawyer. But can he escape the injustice he discovers in the hallowed halls of the ancient Parliament House in Edinburgh?
McLane’s life goes into free fall when an old enemy, High Court Judge Lord Aldounhill is found dead and he is arrested and charged with murder. A murky world involving Russian brothels and Rent boys slowly reveals itself as McLane, his blood brother Big Joe and some very unlikely allies fight to clear his name. Conspiracy, corruption and clandestine gentleman’s clubs are all around.
McLane protests his innocence, but he would, wouldn’t he ?
Low Life in High Places in the Old Town.

Rodger Kriger answers the doorbell at his Palm Beach home one night in 1976, and is hit by a fatal shotgun blast. An ambitious prosecutor despises hoodlum Mitt Hecher, and gets him indicted. At Hecher’s trial, fellow jail inmates testify that he confessed. He is convicted and sentenced to the brutal Raiford prison. As numerous appeals for a new trial fail, his wife contracts a deadly disease. Investigators pursue many scenarios. Was Hecher innocent, and if so, who did it? Those are the questions seeking answers in this mystery tale of redemption, one that explores issues of justice and power. In the thin guise of fiction, it contains shocking new information, never before made public, about who the killer was and who was behind the assassination.

Fetch a Pail of Murder

by Constance Barker

Clara and her friends, Ida May and Hazel, are no spring chickens, but that doesn’t stop these gals from entering a world of deception, secrets and lies to find a killer. While the hunt has twists and turns, the girls never lose sight of their goal…to outwit the local Police Department and form their own sleuthing group…The We’re Not Dead Yet Club.

Eat, Pray, Die

by Chelsea Field

A fresh and funny romantic mystery about a witty, down-to-earth heroine with a job you’ve never seen before… Being an undercover poison taster for the rich and famous might sound glamorous, but for Isobel Avery it means stomaching bad clients and even worse coffee. Join her as she protects the sexy client she’d like to strangle, dodges the terrifying loan shark, and hunts down the bad guy. (Heavily discounted audiobook add-on available).

Under the Pines

by Jennifer Bisbing

Told through the eyes of eight-year-old Josie Banks whose recently inherited psychic gifts meld science with the paranormal, Under the Pines is a fast-paced and surprising story of abduction, mistrust, and murder. Author Jennifer Bisbing intertwines her own 1970’s childhood memories of life with a renowned forensic scientist into an authentic whodunit. Drawing on her father’s career — which included forensic consulting on high-profile cases like the O.J. Simpson trial and JonBenét Ramsey murder, as well as the hit CBS show CSI — Bisbing reveals how one girl, powerful beyond measure, can derail conventional crime scene investigation.

Take the Body and Run

by Jada Ryker

The Kindle Scout winner Take the Body and Run is a contemporary mystery/romance/humor about a hunted woman hiding under a dead friend’s identity, a handsome lawman, a death doctor with fart machine-will travel, and a stubborn feline who leads the humans into trouble.

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The Gun Trial

by Dale E. Manolakas

☆Inspired by a real case, this is the latest release by top-selling legal thriller author Dale. E. Manolakas ☆ [4.5 Stars ~ 24 Reviews USA]
A Yale student’s tragic end triggers a deadly fight for justice against gun sellers and an attack on the Second Amendment right to bear arms. As guns fire and lives shatter, media wars and violence drive this legally pivotal trial against gun sellers. Only the small Los Angeles firm of Kraus & White will take on the cutting-edge case against the national gun establishment and corporate oligarchs. Amidst the firm’s internal strife, lead trial lawyer Sophia Christopoulos and her team fight the well-financed, corrupt opposition in hostile Bakersfield, California. Social tensions fuel the already volatile mix compounded by demonstrations, deaths, scandal, and the ratings-hungry media. Fighting for her life and her firm’s survival, Sophia pushes the Second Amendment case to a climactic trial.

Safety Valve

by David Chill

When shots are fired at a legendary sports agent, the prime suspect is the man’s business partner. But nothing is the way it seems in this gripping mystery, which combines an intricate plot with compelling characters and wry humor. And as the case evolves into double murder, the agent turns to Burnside, who uncovers far more than he anticipated!

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