Title: The Treasure Author: Julien Ayotte Genre: Mystery / Thriller / Romance The Treasure by Julien Ayotte begins with Sebastian Reynolds, a columnist for a newspaper in Nova Scotia, receiving correspondence from a retired Army colonel, Jerome Woodrow, about two boxes he received from his late Army friend, Brad Cunningham. The boxes are… Read More The Treasure – Editorial Review
Title: Dreams of Justice Author: Allison Maruska Genre: Paranormal Mystery A young professor is haunted by mysterious dreams that soon turn all too real and all too deadly in this paranormal mystery by Allison Maruska. At a glance, Sonia James seems to have it all: a stable and fulfilling job, friends who support… Read More Dreams of Justice – Editorial Review
Title: One Last Secret (Ella Perri Mysteries Book 2) Author: Krissy Baccaro Genre: Mystery / Crime Ella Perri is back and trying to focus on work when a series of chilling events force her to confront her family’s past once again and return to Italy. While there, Ella faces a race… Read More One Last Secret – Editorial Review
Title: Criminal Beware Author: Joseph Stone Genre: Horror / Mystery / Dark Fantasy This novel provides a detailed start to a paranormal series that explores the idea of werewolves against the backdrop of 1920s San Diego and the speakeasy environment.
Title: Deadly Serious Author: A. J. Thibault Genre: Mystery / Thriller Dan Goodis spends his evenings hustling as a stand-up comic and his days riffing on his material when he inadvertently stumbles across Prof. Aleksandr Vasinoff, a ground-breaking physicist now living as a hermit, who hands Dan a briefcase shortly before being brutally… Read More Deadly Serious – Editorial Review
Title: The Scopas Factor Author: Vincent Panettiere Genre: Mystery / Thriller In The Scopas Factor, a lost Hmong story cloth stitched by a Laotian refugee takes the world by storm. What was once an expression of pain and suffering becomes a commodity that leads to theft and murder. This crime-mystery novel takes its… Read More The Scopas Factor – Editorial Review
Title: Fire in the Rectory and two more John Nolan detective novellas Author: Stan Freeman Genre: Historical fiction / Historical detective / Mystery This collection of three short detective stories offers a chronological continuation of John Nolan’s career as a private investigator in New York City from 1915–1918. A recent immigrant from Ireland,… Read More Fire in the Rectory – Editorial Review
Title: Burning Rage Author: Don Banting Genre: Psychological thriller / Crime Burning Rage by Don Banting tells the story of Jess, a woman who was bullied by her peers, abandoned by her father, and had an emotionally distant mother while growing up. Believing she could never amount to someone smart, beautiful, or successful,… Read More Burning Rage – Editorial Review
Title: Interpol and the Circus Robberies Author: Aaron T. Knight Genre: Mystery / Detective A series of robberies have sprung up across the globe that are categorized by several distinct commonalities. Huge mirrors are set up to re-direct and deceive. Smoke bombs are set off outside buildings to conceal the getaway. Fireworks create… Read More Interpol and the Circus Robberies – Editorial Review
Title: Give Place To Wrath Author: Steven C. Harms Genre: Mystery / Thriller / Suspense A series of seemingly random murders lead Roger Viceroy and his team of crime detectives on a dangerous mission to unmask a killer and prevent the death of a high profile and prominent member of the community.