Mystery and Thrillers

There is a the Cozy Mystery Group, but I find that some books posted there do not fit in the Cozy section of mystery. This group is a place for anyone who loves to read a good mystery and/or thriller and/or action adventure book.

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My First Thriller!

I'm extremely pleased to announce that I've just released my first thriller! It's about 66% thriller, 33% romance, a big change for me! It's available at Smashwords and if you buy before the end of…Continue

Tags: romance, fiction, espionage, suspense, love

Started by Roselyn Jewell Sep 4.

CHIMERAS -- detective thriller available in Kindle/ePub for reviews 1 Reply

CHIMERAS is the first in a detective thriller series featuring LAPD Detective…Continue

Tags: hard-boiled, noir, procedural, police, mystery

Started by E.E. Giorgi. Last reply by Marika May 22.

Mystery Novel Available For Review 1 Reply

Mystery Novel Available For ReviewDeath by Sarcasm…Continue

Started by Book Buzz. Last reply by Deb Novack May 11.

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Comment by Russell Brooks on September 9, 2014 at 9:35am

The first book of three in the Ridley Fox/Nita Parris Espionage Series. Available on Amazon for $3.99.

Comment by Yvonne Mikell on September 7, 2014 at 5:03pm

"Many twists and turns in this story. Made you stop and think. Just when I thought I knew what was coming next, I was thrown another curve. Ms Mikell is a great author with an endless imagination. This book would make a good movie. Lets hope this happens, I would see it in an instant."

L. Cesario

Comment by Mk - on September 5, 2014 at 11:25am

Inamorata by Megan Chance: What Price Fame, Fortune, and Immorality?

Set in 1879 Venice, Inamorata by award-winning author Megan Chance is a powerful look at what people will do and the price they pay for fame, fortune and immortality. Find out why I almost didn’t review it at

Comment by Veronica LI on September 4, 2014 at 10:35am

Nightfall in Mogadishu is a spy thriller about the collapse of Somalia into a failed state.  As an aid worker in the country, I give an insider’s view of the tribal politics that plague countries in the region. 

A high level U.N. official in Somalia is murdered.  Susan Chen, an undercover CIA agent, is sent to replace him.  Her job is to ferret out the murderer and stop the terror he wreaks on the international community.  With the help of two Somalis she befriends, she unravels the conspiracy behind a series of murders of foreign aid workers.  But the ultimate goal of her assignment, saving the government from collapse, proves to be an impossible mission.

Comment by Blood Rose Books on September 4, 2014 at 9:48am

The second author to be featured for my Blogoversary Event is Maegan Beaumont, who is an up and coming author in the Thriller genre. If you have not read her debut novel Carved in Darkness you need to go get a copy of it. Check out her Interview and Giveaway for this year at Blood Rose Books

Comment by R Weir on September 4, 2014 at 3:31am

Like a good Mystery/Detective story check out my new novel on Amazon titled: Tracking A Shadow. Tracking A Shadow

Never knowing where his next case will come from, Private Detective Jarvis Mann is thrilled when his voicemail is lit up by the sexy tones of a lady looking to hire him. Successful business woman Emily White with girl next door looks, is certain someone is stalking her and wants Jarvis to track down the elusive shadow. Even with three suspects, an ex-husband who lives to play softball, a sexist pig ex-employee and a mystery man who he encounters with painful results, Jarvis believes it’s all in Emily’s head until a killing in her home convinces him otherwise. Further complicating matters a powerful business man and crime boss becomes involved muddying up the case, leaving Jarvis the prime suspect in the brutal beating of one of the possible stalkers, threatening to put his PI career on ice. Navigating through each twist and turn in the case, and the affections of two desirable women both with an agenda, Jarvis uses dogged determination and razor sharp wit in Tracking a Shadow that moves across the Denver landscape with each shift in the sun.

Comment by Book Buzz on September 3, 2014 at 5:49pm

Murder Mystery Available For Review

Murder on Vacation (A Molly Tinker Mystery)
By Misty Reddington
Publisher: Lulu Publishing
Published: July 2014
ISBN: 978-1483414478
Genre: Murder Mystery
Formats Available For Review: pdf

Molly Tinker and her husband, Police Chief Eric Wade, are ready for some warmth and relaxation. It is the middle of winter in their small New England town. Every day is gray and the temperature is well below freezing.

When Molly's old college friend, Ellen, and her husband, Jake, invite the two of them to a Florida paradise, a beach town in South Florida, Molly and Eric jump at the chance, leaving behind their best friend, a big white poodle.

There's one huge problem.

This Florida paradise is filled with evil.

Ellen sends Jake to the airport to get Molly and Eric while she goes shopping for fresh crab for dinner, and she never returns.
She is never seen again, alive or dead.

Molly and Eric help the police track down a killer. A killer that has an appetite for the blood of pretty women.

There are several suspects in this Florida paradise, but which one is the killer?  It's difficult to know. Finally, the suspect list is narrowed down to two men, but both may be capable of murder.

Murder on Vacation is light fun reading. It is the fifth book in the Molly Tinker Mystery Series. See Facebook. All profits from the sale of these books go to the Poodle Club of America Rescue Foundation.
For review copies contact:

Misty Reddington

Comment by Book Buzz on September 2, 2014 at 1:45pm

Suspenseful Mystery Available For Review

Muddlin' Through
By Steven M. Moore
Publisher: Carrick Publishing
Published: August 31, 2014
Genre: Suspense, Mystery, Crime Thriller

Mary Jo is framed.  Mary Jo wants revenge.  Mary Jo settles for something less, but finds herself...and romance.  

Ex-Master-at-Arms Mary Jo Melendez, trying to restart her life after the Navy, becomes a security officer for a company with Pentagon contracts.  Her upward mobility takes a fast downward turn.  You can follow her adventures as she hurtles around Europe, South America, and the U.S.  This book is cross-genre, having elements of mystery, suspense, and thriller.  Mary Jo is like Heinlein's Friday or Jolie's Salt, only better, because she's more human.  

For review copies contact:

Steve Moore

Comment by Mk - on August 28, 2014 at 11:42am

The Aftermath by Jen Alexander: A Different Kind of Dystopian Novel

Like dystopian novels, pych or technological thrillers? Are you an RPG fan? Then you’ve got to check out Jen Alexander’s genre-bending novel, The Aftermath, at

Comment by BeaCharmed on August 27, 2014 at 2:36pm

I have reviews and giveaways of two new thrillers, Mean Streak by Sandra Brown and Remains of Innocence by J.A. Jance.


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