Free mystery and thriller Kindle books for 20 Sep 14

Eleven (Brandon Fisher FBI Series Book 1)

by Carolyn Arnold

**NOTE**>>  THE DEFENSELESS, the 3rd in the Brandon Fisher FBI Series, is now available for pre-order on Amazon.
Eleven Rooms. Ten Bodies. One Empty Grave.

Brandon Fisher never expected this when he signed up as a Special Agent for the FBI. Working in the shadow of Supervisory Special Agent Jack Harper of the Behavioral Analysis Unit his career seemed set. But when the team is called to a small rural town where the remains of ten victims are found in an underground bunker, buried in an unusual way, Brandon knows he’ll never return to his normal life.

With one empty grave, and the case touching close to home, he fears he’s become the target of a psychotic serial killer who wants to make him number eleven. Only thing is, everything Brandon thinks he knows is far from the truth.

Length: 103,000 words



This Green and Pleasant land

by John Andrews

Set around the northern city of Leeds, the main character Alex Roberts, an ex-soldier, has everything in life he wants, in his mid-thirties with a beautiful, pregnant wife and young son he loves dearly, he owns a successful business and has a happy contented lifestyle, which is shattered by the tragedy of his wife and child dying in a motorway accident. His life and his business collapse in a haze of sleepless, nightmare ridden nights and excessive drinking.

As he attempts to rebuild his life, a spiteful character from his past comes back to haunt him and contributes to his downfall.

With his home repossessed he moves to a flat on a council estate where through a series of random unrelated incidents Alex finds himself in violent conflict with the gang who control the area and most of the drug dealing in West Yorkshire.

The story centres on the fight of good against evil and explains how each of the individual characters involved developed into the people they’ve become and how they interact with each other.



Serving Mr. Stevens, Part Three: Masquerade — An Erotic Romance (Part 3 of 5)

by Nathan Stratton

A sexy, psychological erotic thriller with plenty of twists.
“Fifty Shades has got nothing on this!”

At this masquerade party, anything can happen. It’s the party of your dreams…
But when the masks come off, what’s left underneath?

From the bestselling author of the “All She Wants” series comes a sexy, fiery tale about a young barista and a handsome corporate executive…

Alpha-male billionaire Thomas Stevens is the kind of man who knows exactly what he wants — and he’s got his eyes trained on Candace Baker, a young barista with a weakness for bad boys.

Candace dreams of being taken by a ‘real man,’ and it seems like a match made in heaven — at first. But when things start heating up, she has to make a decision. Is she ready to see how far Mr. Stevens wants her to go?


Handcuffs, spanking, and rough sex with a dominant hunk who knows what he wants… what could be better than SERVING MR. STEVENS?

***Part 3 of 5 – Masquerade.*** (Part 4 coming soon, in May 2013!)

For updates on SERVING MR. STEVENS, check @StrattonRomance on Twitter.

**EXPLICIT CONTENT | INTENDED FOR AGES 17+**



Girl Gone Missing

by J M Gregson

Chepstow Castle, Gloucestershire.

A woman makes a gruesome discovery whilst out walking her dog.

The body of a teenage girl has been washed up on the banks of the River Wye, after weeks spent decomposing in the water.

But this is no suicide.

Bruising to the throat and legs indicates that the girl, Alison Watts, was dead before she reached the water.

For Superintendent Lambert and Sergeant Hook, an unsolved missing person’s case has just become a murder.

As Lambert and Hook delve deeper into the murky depths of the local community, they uncover shocking secrets about Alison Watts.

The local papers had portrayed her as the picture of innocence…

But was Alison the bright and beautiful schoolgirl the local paper’s described?

It seems it was not just the murderer who had something to hide…

‘Girl Gone Missing’ is an expertly-plotted crime thriller that will keep readers gripped to the last page.

Praise for J M Gregson:

â??Begins with quiet observation before pouncing to murderous effect’ – Sunday Express

â??A chilling story that never flags from start to finish’ – Bolton Evening News

James Michael Gregson taught for twenty-seven years in schools, colleges and universities before concentrating on full-time writing. He has written books on subjects as diverse as golf and Shakespeare. His other crime novels include â??Bring Forth Your Dead’, â??Dead on Course’, â??Making a Killing’, â??Stranglehold’ and â??Body Politic’.

Endeavour Press is the UK’s leading independent publisher of digital books.



Lethal Relationships: A Mitty Jones Mystery

by E. A. Stowers

Mitty Jones looked at Alice Kearse and insisted her death was not from natural causes. Something was amiss. This was murder, and Mitty vowed not to rest until she understood every facet of the who, what, why, and how Alice was killed. She created tension and watched her suspects point fingers as they made a case for their innocence, while she zeroed in on insignificant things to identify the killer: a charm bracelet, a slip of the tongue, and a box of chocolates



Ruby Silver (Trace Brandon Book 3)

by Randall Reneau

Geologist Trace Brandon and his partner Will Coffee are just back from Liberia, West Africa. Cashed-up and looking for a new venture, they once again team up with Cyrus “The Virus” McSweeny. This time the quarry is the silver-rich ore of the old Ruby Mining District. And this time they’ll not only have the Pantelli crime family to deal with, but also lumberman Autry Ollingerâ??three hundred pounds of obnoxiousness whose preferred method of negotiation is a right hook. When the Pantellis unleash a bizarre extortion plot to seize control of Ruby Mining Company, Cyrus is forced to bring former clandestine operative Marion Thistlewaite out of retirement. Marion’s unique expertise may give them the edge they need to hold on to their company . . . and their lives.



Twisted Fate

by Mark Lenard

They say everything happens for a reason. But what happens when the reason is formulated in the mind of someone whose thought process is dangerously warped, demented, twisted? “Things” happen. Evil things. Demented things. Twisted.

And what happens when you mask this evil with good looks, charm, and style taken from for the pages of GQ magazine? Come…have a look for yourself.



In The Delta (The Delta Mysteries Book 1)

by Joan Klengler

A girl named Angel and the boy she loves vanish from a dark and lonely place called Lost Slough. Their disappearance attracts little attention when it’s assumed they’ve simply moved on.

But for Angel’s friend, LAPD Officer Jessie, a 4-month old Missing Persons Poster turns a houseboat vacation in the California Delta into a desperate search for the couple or their killer – a search that leads Jessie to the Chinese community of Locke and a bar called Al’s Place where she meets the Lakota, Nick Red Cloud. Their erotic attraction for each other catches fire in a heartbeat and grows in intensity as they explore the Delta together by boat and on horseback.

While Nick and Jessie’s love for each other grows stronger, Angel’s story plays out in flashbacksâ?¦ Until, at last, Jessie discovers the terrible truth of what really happened on the banks of Lost Slough.



Infamy

by Tom Milton

An American security agent is assigned to work in Madrid with a woman from a Spanish team on the mission of stopping a terrorist attack. The plot involves the use of laundered money to buy weapons of mass destruction that will be directed at an unknown target in New York City. Working in Madrid’s underworld of prostitutes, pimps, drug dealers, and money runners, they have only two weeks to unravel the plot.



When The Stranger Came (Novella)

by John Meany

One night, in a small, rural town in upstate New York, fifteen-year-old Dylan Hellenbrand, who is home alone, hears the doorbell ring. Upon inspecting the peephole, the wary teenager decides not to answer. The guy standing on the porch is wearing a dark jacket with a hood. Something about the mysterious, unexpected visitor doesn’t feel right.

A minute later, as Dylan tries to pretend that no one is home, he hears, in the backyard, his German shepherd Murray barking and growling fiercely. Then, to the adolescent’s horror, he hears the sound of a loud boom, reminiscent of a firecracker exploding. Suddenly, the dog squeals like a stuck pig.

Oh no! What just happened? What was Dylan suppose to do now?

Hide!

Yes. Hide. That was about all he could do. Especially since Dylan had forgotten to lock the back door.



The Burning

by J.D. Benabides

Ezra Hayes is a journalist who wants to see war first hand. But he gets too close, sees too much. He learns that battle scars are not just for the soldiers, and that the battlefield is only a small piece of the war he must now fight.



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