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Derek Graystone is the Author of Two Graves

By Wrp68, published on Sep 30, 2012

... in the Kesle PD series called Too Many Graves. Derek lives with his wife Yvette in their home in London Ontario when they aren't visiting their island getaway in Exuma, Bahamas. Derek is also the father of four girls and one boy and has three granddaughters.

The books

Two Graves Suspense, thriller

Forty year old Preston Peterson, pudgy, myopic and socially inept, knows the terror of being bullied. From his earliest childhood memory, he has faced ridicule, name calling, harassment and beatings. Fear ruled his life, possessed him, controlled his every encounter with... (more)

Tags: crime, author, suspense, thriller, independent, ebook

Teen runaways set stage for Alicia Singleton's new book

By boomergirl, published on Aug 22, 2012

...the concoctions her sister brought for her to try. This early necessity to read flowered to a passion; hence, a writer was born.The award winning author resides in Maryland with her wonderful husband and son. Still an avid reader, label or otherwise, Alicia is hard at work completing her next suspense novel.

Her latest book is the suspense novel, Dark Side of Valor.

Visit Alicia’s website at www.aliciasingleton.com.

Thank you so much for this interview, Alicia. Can we begin by having you tell us why writing Dark Side of Valor was so important to you?

Dark Side ... (more)

Tags: suspense, alicia singleton, dark side of valor, suspense author, suspense book

Gary Starta is the Author of Demon Inhibitions and Blood Web

By Wrp68, published on Aug 20, 2012

...along with its preceding Caitlin Diggs (series) novels, Extreme Liquidation and Blood Web are reminiscent of the The X-Files television/movie series. Contemporary authors Laurell K. Hamilton, Rachel Caine, Jim Butcher and Kelly Armstrong also fuel his aspiration to create paranormal suspense.

The BooksDemon Inhibitions

Science Fiction/Fantasy

Most people don’t travel to another universe to get a new job, house and boyfriend but psychic investigator Caitlin Diggs did. Now she’s living the life of her alternate self, working for the FBI’s Preternatural... (more)

Tags: romance, ebooks, fantasy, mystery, suspense, sci fi, indie author

Kenneth Hoss is the Author of Storm Rising

By Wrp68, published on Mar 8, 2012

Storm Rising – A Kelli Storm Novel takes place in and around the 33rd Precinct of the NYPD in Washington Heights, NYC. Detective Second Grade Kelli Storm became a Police Officer to follow in her father’s footsteps, a Detective with the 34th Precinct, who was murdered twenty-one years earlier. During the course of a murder investigation, she finds an unexpected link to her father’s killer. During the course of investigating several murders, Kelli shoots and kills the daughter of a retired Drug Kingpin. Soon her life is threatened, her mother kidnapped and her partner and his wife are killed.... (more)

Tags: police, detective, mystery, suspense, thriller, ebook, homicide, nypd, murder investigation, kelli storm

Paul Anthony Pens Espionage Thrillers and Murder Mysteries

By Wrp68, published on Jan 8, 2012

PAUL ANTHONY has written a number of fictional novels and a collection of poetry which appear in Print, Amazon Kindle, Apple ipad, and PDF download format. Apart from being a Goodreads author, he is also an Amazon author and a 'smashwords' author appearing in multiple download formats. In the past he has been published by a Vanity House and a Traditional Publishing House. He is currently an independent self publishing author with a store front on the 'Lulu' website. He has written both television and film scripts either on his own, or with the award winning screenwriter, Nick Gordon. Paul Anthony... (more)

Tags: literature, author, mystery, suspense, thriller, kindle, espionage, murder mystery, ebook

Award Winning Author Jennifer Chase Releases Dark Mind

By Wrp68, published on Dec 3, 2011

...flow nicely from one subject to the next. The descriptive words and the use of imagery immerses the reader directly into the story among serial killers and evil perpetrators. The tension build-up blew me away as I could not put down this novel because I was so entwined in the mystery and suspense. I felt as if I was right by Emily and Rick’s sides as they put the puzzle pieces together in tracking down a sadistic serial killer. This book had me on the edge of my seat in fear and contains many twists and turns that I had not seen coming. I absolutely love a great mystery murder novel... (more)

Tags: suspense, murder mystery, crime fiction, crime thriller, female sleuth, forensic mystery, mystery thriller, police procedural, serial killer

Book Review: The Fright Factory by William Potter

By Wrp68, published on Sep 24, 2011

...emotion: fear, and our primitive response to it: fight or flight. It asks us to question how far we would go in order to save our loved ones. Could you kill a friend to save your spouse? Equal parts thriller and horror, The Fright Factory delivers the goods to those who enjoy fast paced suspense on the chilling side. A quick read that will keep you involved and entertained from beginning to end. Reviewed and highly Recommended by Glenn Cruickshank.

About the author

William R. Potter isn’t a writer who has pinned down his “genre.” He enjoys the freedom of working... (more)

Tags: horror, action, suspense, thriller, chiller, suspense fiction

Carole Sutton is the Author of Award Winning Crime Fiction

By Wrp68, published on Sep 5, 2011

Carole Sutton

Reared in the county of Devon in England, my earliest memory is of the Exeter blitz in 1942. I married an Exeter man in 1960, and we reared our three children in Cornwall. We built our own sailing boats and sailed the English Channel visiting many ports on the French coast on our holidays. We moved to the warmer climes of Perth in Western Australia in 1981, and took up a small retail business.

Ten years later, on retirement, I had time to indulge in my personal pursuit, writing. My real passion became crime fiction. My first novel ‘Ferryman’ was short-listed for... (more)

Tags: fiction, crime, suspense, thriller, murder mystery, crime novel, crime fiction

Halloween Howl Mystery Book Seven

By Yvonne Wu, published on Aug 18, 2011

I wrote my first book, Starless Sky at age 15 and published it in January of 2010. My second book, Seven, was published February 2011.

Whenever I write a book, it has to be something that I would want to read if I picked it up from a shelf. Seven is unique and it makes you think. It has suspense and thrill, romance and friendship, and characters that readers can relate to. The story slowly crescendos and then goes out with a bang. “We are all born with profound greatness, as immense as the sea. Every day is a choice on whether or not we live up to our potential.” The rest of the book... (more)

Tags: romance, mystery, book, suspense, teen, ya book, teenbook

Fighting the Devil - A True Story by Jeannie Walker

By Wrp68, published on May 6, 2011

A Texas millionaire rancher discovered his wife and bookkeeper had stolen thousands of dollars from him. After he demanded the money back, he started getting sick. While in the hospital, doctors were mystified as to how an otherwise healthy, energetic man could become so deathly ill. The dying man told everyone within earshot that his wife and bookkeeper were killing him. The man's wife said her husband was hallucinating from drugs the doctors were giving him. The millionaire rancher succumbed in the hospital while strapped down to his bed with restraints on his hands and feet and tubes in... (more)

Tags: suspense, thriller, murder mystery, true crime, murder mystery story

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