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Secret Investigation by Elizabeth Heiter 

In the wake of a tragedy, the Tactical Crime Division gets to work. Investigating crime is a day at the office for the specially trained agents with the TCD unit. Except when…

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Three Strikes, You’re Dead by Elena Hartwell

By Cathy Perkins On a mother-daughter getaway weekend, PI Edwina Schultz, better known as Eddie Shoes, stumbles upon a gravely injured man. Before he dies, the man begs her to find his…

The Devil’s Work by Mark Edwards

It was the job she had dreamed of since childhood. But on her very first day, when an unnerving encounter drags up memories Sophie Greenwood would rather forget, she wonders if she…

Shadowed by Karen E. Olson

By Sidney Williams The first line of Karen E. Olson’s new novel SHADOWED is one of those that really grabs your attention: He is looking for me. Readers will quickly discover Nicole…

Ink And Bone by Lisa Unger

By Dawn Ius Lisa Unger won’t tell you how to pen a bestseller, not even if you get on your hands and knees and beg. Frankly, when it comes to writing, “choice”…

Author Guided Tour: Linda Fairstein’s New York City

By Linda Fairstein Scratch the surface of an iconic New York City landmark and you are likely to find a dark underside.  The grand Metropolitan Opera House at Lincoln Center was the…

Hidden by Karen E. Olson

By Ovidia Yu Karen E. Olson, well-known author of the Annie Seymour and Tattoo Shop mystery series, launches a new series with Severn House Publishers. The first book, HIDDEN, features Nicole Jones,…

The Miser’s Dream by John Gaspard

By Gary Kriss Ladies and Gentlemen and Writers of all Genres and Persuasions. Prepare yourselves to partake in an amazing demonstration of literary legerdemain, of conundrum cunning, of puzzle prestidigitation, all of…

Woman With A Blue Pencil by Gordon McAlpine

By John Clement Gordon McAlpine’s latest novel, WOMAN WITH A BLUE PENCIL (Seventh Street Books, 2015), is an engaging and imaginative palimpsest of stories, each unfolding in piecemeal through glimpses of letters,…

The British Lion by Tony Schumacher

By Terry DiDomenico There are all kinds of thrillers and one of the more unusual is an alternate history. Introduced in The Darkest Hour, Tony Schumacher returns to 1946 in his latest…

Dead of Summer by Sherry Knowlton

By Eyre Price I recently had the opportunity to ask a few questions of Sherry Knowlton, author of the successful Alexa Williams suspense novels, Dead of Autumn and now DEAD OF SUMMER.…

Heaven Sent by Ann Simas

The bad-luck threes. . . Sophie Doyle is not having a good day. She’s without a car, because hers was stolen. She’s without a washer and dryer, because hers tanked on the…

Chilling Effect by Melissa F. Miller

By Wendy Tyson USA Today bestselling author and practicing attorney Melissa F. Miller is well acquainted with the tough demands of the legal world, and so is Aroostine Higgins, the sharp and…

Burned by Valerie Plame and Sarah Lovett

By Nancy Bilyeau After a 2003 newspaper column on nuclear weapons in Iraq disclosed that she was a CIA operations officer, Valerie Plame was “burned”—finished with the CIA. The international controversy that ensued…

Stay Dead by Anne Frasier

New York Times bestselling author Anne Frasier takes readers back to her dark, enchanting Savannah—a place as terrifying as it is mesmerizing. Homicide detective Elise Sandburg is traumatized after her run-in with…

Crimes of Memory by L.J. Sellers

  L.J. Sellers writes the bestselling Detective Jackson mystery series—a two-time Readers Favorite Award winner—as well as provocative standalone thrillers. Her novels have been highly praised by reviewers, and her Jackson books…

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The September edition of The Big Thrill is here! 38 new thrillers from ITW Members this month including debut novels from Barry Lancet, Carla Norton, Mary Miley, Geoffrey Girard, Misty Dietz and S.L.…

Lies in Wait by Donna Del Oro

Writing this prescient story last year (I wrote LIES IN WAIT before the recent and tragic Boston Marathon bombings) was a challenge. I read scores of books and articles about Islam, Muslims…

The Homecoming by Carsten Stroud

By Carsten Stroud Four years ago, southbound on Interstate 75, a hundred miles out of Chattanooga and on our way to Savannah,my wife Linda and I saw a Lexus SUV in the…

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