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36 Hours

A Superbly Written Crime Thriller

7:20 p.m. “Hello, sleepy head.” The voice broke through into her fog-filled mind and Brooke struggled to open her eyes completely; and keep them opened. She shook her head to clear the cobwebs that had developed, but that did no more than create a vertigo sensation, so she lie her head still and waited. It […]

By B.J. Woster Posted in Fiction on January 25, 2021 9 min read Continue reading
Scot's Honor: A Sam McKay Novel

A Crime Thriller Novel

Chapter One “EVERYONE SHUT UP AND GET DOWN! DOWN ON THE GROUND NOW!” It was Tuesday, March 12th, 2018, and the entire building of En Passant Bank was filled with the sounds of screaming. No one could have suspected when they woke up and headed to the bank in the heart of Cleveland, Ohio, that […]

By K.M. Hardy Posted in Fiction on January 8, 2021 14 min read Continue reading
Indigo Lost

A Mystery Adventure Novel

ARTICLE Edward Lindstrom was comfortably seated at the desk in the corner of his room, laptop in front of him. He had been trying for several years now – unsuccessfully – to begin work on his first novel. If he was honest he had spent more time daydreaming about the bestseller he was convinced that […]

By Aleksandar Gutovic Posted in Fiction on December 15, 2020 29 min read Continue reading
Bone Flake: A Poetic Maniac

A Young Adult Superhero Thriller

Introduction From ultimate zero to hero, a former uppity negro Raised in a two-parent household with an alter ego First name Bone, last name Flake Still a Black man who can’t catch a break False accusations and corny handshakes He made a mistake Hanging with the wrong crowd, then hearing the bullet sound Lost a […]

By Keith J. Beasley Posted in Fiction on December 7, 2020 5 min read Continue reading
Murder on the Sconset Express

A Suspense Thriller Novel

CHAPTER ONE It was late in the evening at Cy’s Green Coffee Pot Restaurant and Bar on Nantucket. The tavern clock’s gold numbers glowed against its black finish. KW had swiped the bar one last time with his rag and then polished a few beer steins before climbing the rickety wooden ladder to clean and […]

By Hunter Laroche Posted in Fiction on October 13, 2020 9 min read Continue reading
Miracle Uprising

A Psychological Thriller Novel

The General took a valiant role in sweeping through the land and seizing the vital areas that the Sultan had lusted for. He did all of this with a stain on his heart. His beloved wife had fallen ill and was hospitalized in a northern medical hospital. The General took his earnings back to pay […]

By Blair James Steward Posted in Fiction on August 24, 2020 9 min read Continue reading
Memoirs Of The Senator's Wife

A Historical Thriller Romance Novel

Chapter One Estella’s Childhood 1940’s Texas Two decades later, a frustrated mother was shouting at her young daughter to clean up for supper. “Estellaaaaaa, get out of the sun! You look like a field hand and your hair is a mess! I told you a million times not to go swimming in the lake when […]

By S. M. Ford Posted in Fiction on August 20, 2020 8 min read Continue reading
Kronos Rising: Kraken Vol. 3.

The Most Feared Monster in Human History is Making Humans . . . History.

CHAPTER 12 The Devil had come home to Tartarus. Seventy-five yards from the Vault’s partially-submerged entrance, Natalya Dragunova watched with disbelieving eyes as the Octopus giganteus continued its frenzied assault. The sounds of straining metal and the shrill cry of claxons repeatedly rent the air, and she grimaced and clamped her hands over her ears. All […]

By Max Hawthorne Posted in Fiction on August 4, 2020 11 min read Continue reading
Dreams of Smoke

A Detective Murder Mystery

Few tourists come to San Francisco in mid-April, at least, not ones familiar with San Francisco weather. The Bay Area is only comfortably warm from about late June to mid-November. The rest of the time, it’s rainy, foggy, cool, and windy. Very nice if you’re half Eskimo. Of course, it does have its sporadic days […]

By Gerald Boltz Posted in Fiction on August 3, 2020 12 min read Continue reading
The Cry of the Lake

A Psychological Thriller for Mystery Lovers

Death smells of macaroons. Amelie was slumped over the kitchen table, face in a plate of meringues. Spearmint-green flakes stuck to her left cheek. Her glazed irises remained fixed upon a vase of spiky dahlias, cut and arranged by Grace that very morning. Every tangerine petal was bug and blemish free; my sister was well […]

By Charlie Tyler Posted in Fiction on August 3, 2020 8 min read Continue reading
Dark Things

An Unfolding Story of the Ongoing Battle Against the Rulers of Darkness

Chapter 1 Dark Things… The doors exploded to St. Michael’s emergency room as if they had been hit by a bomb. Two grim-faced paramedics erupted through the open doors and down the crowded gray corridors at speeds reserved for the dying and those as good as dead. Patients and doctors alike scrambled out of their […]

By David M Humphrey Posted in Fiction on March 18, 2020 11 min read Continue reading

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