Mystery / Thriller

She May Be The Key to Earth’s Survival

October 10, 2014
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Fiery tornadoes cut through quiet forests. Balls of lightning burn everything in their paths. Earthquakes open chasms that swallow vehicles whole. Clement is reeling from a new onslaught of curses, and it all started the day a mysterious, giant woman arrived at Jenna’s school. In Dave Becker‘s young adult supernatural fantasy “The Apolline Sibyl,” Jenna Hamilton was just hoping for a normal sophomore year of high school. Instead she finds herself trapped in the middle…

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Romance Writers Are Dropping Dead. And She May Be Next.

October 1, 2014
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Just when romance author Chyna Blaze decides to give up her life of fear and anxiety — and the inevitable panic attacks that ensue — she faces a new problem. Her peers are being knocked off, one at a time, and a persistent detective insists she’s high on the list. And this time it’s not the bestseller list. In “Kiss and Kill” by Lala Corriere, when Chyna’s publicist arranges for a couple of fake dates…

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Someone Is Killing Pregnant Women

September 29, 2014
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Even before the police in Myrtle Beach. South Carolina suspect a connection between the deaths of two pregnant women. paramedic Jodi Duncan recognizes the work of a serial killer Despite the vast differences in the two cases, Jodi urges Detective Nate Quigley to think ‘outside the box.’ But after digging deep into the separate investigations, Nate finds no evidence to support a serial killer theory, and he warns Jodi to back off police business. But…

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Terror With an Accent

September 3, 2014
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Every time her phone rings, New York attorney Eve Petersen’s heart stops, because she knows it may be the serial rapist who’s been phoning her with grisly details of each of his crimes. And in the new mystery “Mind Me, Milady,” by Kenneth Hicks and Anne Rothman-Hicks, the Gentleman Rapist invariably hints that Eve will be next. Eve also has a new client, a sweet but troubled young woman named Susan, who is struggling to…

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No Ordinary Missing Person Case

December 23, 2013
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In the mountains of West Virginia, hooded men ambush a group of environmental protestors. An Army colonel’s daughter goes missing, but she wasn’t with the protestors. Now, in David Vinjamuri‘s new thriller “Binder,” ex-operator Michael Herne travels to West Virginia to find her. And as he tracks her he encounters cults, communes and supremacists on the path to unraveling a deadly conspiracy. More below the media player. Listen to David Vinjamuri The Indie Author Life…

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Paranormal Trouble in the Nation’s Capital

December 22, 2013
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Magazine reporter Kelly Kaufman is assigned to dig into a political figure who wants to run for president. But in Robin Murphy’s paranormal mystery “Federal City’s Secret” Kelly’s in over her head, and when she fails to contact her mother Shawna for two weeks, Shawna calls the paranormal investigators. (She has some shadows and such in her apartment and uses this to bring them to D.C.) Once Marie Bartek and her paranormal group take care…

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