Free mystery and thriller Kindle books for 14 Aug 14

Ghostly Treasure (Bandit Creek Book 23)

by Suzanne Stengl

Her first adventure might be her last.

When Christie McFee reads about the gold hidden at the bottom of Lost Lake, she decides to put some adventure in her life by diving for treasure. But when she meets Gaven St. Michel, the Divemaster on La Bonne Aventure, she starts to think that treasure can be whatever you want it to be.

If only Christie could figure out how to deal with the two ghosts who are haunting herâ??one of them wants her help, and the other wants her dead.

(A 34,000 word novella – Cozy Mystery, Light Paranormal)



Murder Deja Vu

by Polly Iyer

Adult language and situations.

Wealthy architect Reece Daughtry spent fifteen years in a Massachusetts prison for a murder he didn’t commit. Released on a technicality, he now makes his home in the mountains of North Carolina, building rock fireplaces for a waiting list of clients. His self-imposed solitude is shattered when local author Dana Minette asks him to build a fireplace in her new house. Dana becomes more than a client, and for the first time in twenty years, Reece longs to be with someone other than himself.

Then a local woman is murdered in the same savage manner as the murder that sent Reece to prison. More than one person wants him to take the fall, including Dana’s ex-husband, the local prosecutor, who’s determined to convict Reece in the high-profile case. But Reece won’t be railroaded again. Four men were with him the night of the first murder. One of them is the killer. Reece goes underground to discover who’s setting him up and why. Dana insists on going along, and against his better judgment, he relents. With both the police and FBI on their trail, it’s a race against time and a crafty murderer who will kill again.



Reaching for Reality

by J.L. Brecca

Grappling with the unrelenting hold social media has around his students, Mr. S. fights to release each and everyone of them. All while finding his place within an engagement to his soon to be wife Ryan, the newest face in Hollywood. With his consistent annoyance, the world renowned talent scout, Arti pushes Mr. S. to his ultimate breaking point.



Jack-Knifed: A Cardiff Bay Investigation (DCI Martin Phelps Series Book 1)

by Wonny Lea

New edition published by Accent Press 2013.

â??Jack-Knifed’ is the first novel featuring DCI Martin Phelps and his team, based in the world-famous and vibrant Cardiff Bay.

Mark Wilson, a decent, well-liked gay man, lives alone in a beautiful house in Cardiff. One Saturday evening, his closest friends go to his house for an evening of drinks and catching-up.

Finding no answer, the concerned friends break in – to a horrific murder scene. For Mark Wilson has been brutally, sadistically murdered in his own home.

As DCI Phelps investigates, Mark’s traumatic early life is revealed. Was his killer someone from his past? Was his sexuality a motive? What about his violent, homophobic father – a man who has already killed more than once â?¦

Meanwhile, Mark’s estranged sister Amy broods on the hatred she has for her brother, blaming him for turning their father into a killer. As she sinks further in to the depths of drug addiction, who’s to say what her next move will be?

As the body count rises, Phelps and his sergeant, Matt Pryor, soon realise they are on the trail of a serial killer â?¦



Death of an Angel (Hope and Carver Book 2)

by Robert Forrester

When Milhaven’s annual biker event culminates in a shooting, Hope and Carver are called to investigate. But with Carver struggling to juggle work with her personal life, and the pair facing nothing but a wall of silence, even she doubts that they can get a result this time.

As the collateral damage from the shooting escalates, and biker gangs clash in the once peaceful seaside resort, a taskforce prepares to take over the investigation, leaving Hope and Carver under pressure to find the culprit. But even if they can solve the case, Carver realizes it could all be too late for Milhaven, as the seaside town may never be the same again.



Khan

by Robert Forrester

When a young girl is found brutally murdered in London’s Clapham Common, determined Metropolitan Police DCI Elizabeth Grainger finds herself thrust into an investigation that spans two continents.

While attempting to track down the vicious killer, Grainger struggles to cope with her disordered home life, and things soon get even more complicated when Khan, a tough, Delhi police inspector, arrives to assist in the investigation.

Khan’s indomitable methods prove too much for Grainger, and as the case spirals out of control, she begins to wonder if there is more to the enigmatic Sikh than meets the eye.



The Dangerous Art of Inviting Happiness

by A. G. Lewis

The girls are looking for adventure, excitement and passion. Their game is daring and will feed their wildest, most erotic desires, but there is an evil lurking in the small town of Bowick, a murderer is stalking his next victim! Will their insatiable lust be satisfied? Or will the girls’ shockingly risky game lead them into the arms of a brutal psychopath? Det.Insp. Connor Grant is hunting the killer when he becomes involved in their game, but he plays harder, dirtier, has Trixie met her match? Sex, love, friendship, murder. 18+ only.



The Gene Pool – Zac Tremble Investigates (series 2) (The Zac Tremble Case Files – Series 2)

by Chambers Mars

â??The Gene Pool’ is the second case in the â??Zac Tremble Investigates’ Series 2 and follows â??Skull & Crossbones’.

Series 1 is available in the Kindle Store and the three collections, ‘Six Pack’, ‘Verdict’ and ‘Jury’s Out’ are also available in paperback.

In â??The Gene Pool’, Zac investigates The Gene Pool Sperm Bank and the odd character of Theobald Travesty. PENIS recruits Zac to examine the relationship between Travesty and one of his clients, Iris Mirthgold. Someone is playing god.

Also in this case, Zac donates his sperm to Cindy and Delphes so they can have their own baby, Amelia’s DNA test proves one way or the other if she is Angus’s sister and Zac finds more ways to communicate with Arian.

There are some differences in series 2 compared to series 1. The key difference is that the stories in series 2 will tend to be longer; so not anything to be unhappy about!

If you didn’t already know, Zac and Paul are young, gay and lusty. This story has an adult theme, aside from the case being investigated. The descriptions of the sexual relationships are not especially graphic, but they are, nevertheless, a feature.

I sincerely hope that you enjoy the story. Feedback is especially welcome and I would be delighted to hear from you.

Please email me at:

â[email protected]

And visit the website, â??www.chambersmars.weebly.com’, for updates on the â??Zac’ series and the ‘Zac’ novel ‘Pot, Kettle, Black’.

Thank you!

Chambers Mars



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