Five Star Thrillers (Free 12-8 through 12-22-2017)
The Enigma Strain
4.3 – 1329 Reviews
A Fatal Disaster…
A Ticking Clock…
You Can’t Do It Alone…
The poster child of quaint beauty and solitude, Yellowstone National Park was the last place Park Ranger Harvey Bennett would leave. Scarred from a past he can’t seem to shake, Ben is more than content to spend his days in the forests of the beautiful national monument away from a busy life, away from people.
But when a noxious chemical agent, a virus, is blasted into the air of Yellowstone Park with enough impact to kill, Ben is forced to face the realization that his reclusive existence is about to come to a screeching halt.
Diamonds and Cole
4.4 – 1329 Reviews
The Cole Sage series departs from the usual heavily sexual, profanity laced norm and gives readers character driven stories, with twists, turns, page turning plot lines, and a lot of heart.
When Cole Sage receives a desperate message asking for help from Ellie, one that got away. The one that has haunted his life. Cole drops everything and flies to California. Fearing her estranged daughter Erin’s inheritance, won’t go to her, but to her abusive step-father, Cole vows to find the girl and right the situation.
His path is blocked at every turn by the husband who abandoned her, his shady real estate deals, violent con men, street thugs and the lure of a fortune in diamonds that unite them. The anger, sorrow, and crippling guilt of twenty years fires Cole’s drive to keep a promise, that in the end, will heal and return the soul to the great journalist.
Million Copy Best Selling Author
350 pages of million-copy bestseller Matthew Mather’s thriller and speculative fiction works, including his novella Enlightenment, an exclusive collection of short stories only available here, plus the starts of his bestsellers CyberStorm, Darknet, Nomad, and Atopia Chronicles.
Trouble at the Red Pueblo
4.6 – 459 Reviews
Who is Spider Latham? Think John Wayne meets Miss Marple.
When Spider is hired to do some private detective work for the Red Pueblo Museum, he doesn’t suspect it will cause a rift between his wife, Laurie, and himself.
Museum Director Martin Taylor is desperate, and his son, Matt, is angry. Some wicked, faceless organization is bent on destroying the museum financially, and it’s about to succeed. After Spider arrives, the situation turns deadly when a killer uses an Anasazi ax from the museum’s tourist shop to bash in the skull of a charismatic playboy.
Everyone has a motive for the murder.
4.6 – 355 Reviews UK
A corrupt system. A city in meltdown. A rogue cop, bent on revenge. Who will deliver justice?
Blood on the Streets is the first in the London Large crime thriller series, featuring the exploits of Detective Inspector Harry ‘H’ Hawkins, an old-school London copper with over thirty years of besting villains under his belt. When a bloody international gang war threatens to rip the metropolis apart, ‘London’s top copper’ finds himself under siege as never before.
As the chaos in London reaches boiling point can H, against all the odds, bring the streets under control, see through the fog of a high-level conspiracy and rescue his partner Amisha before she is killed by her ruthless kidnappers? And will he himself be forced to step outside the law to do so?
Execution is Everything
4.8 – 314 Reviews
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“I’d landed in New York to commit a crime, but that wasn’t the problem…”
Jon Kaine is a business psychologist – confident, successful, and more used to seminars than bar room brawls. But when a beautiful woman walks into a New York bar Kaine’s life becomes anything but theoretical. As the night descends into violence he’s forced to reawaken a buried part of himself, and put his skills to darker use.
With a razor sharp plot, fast dialogue and a stripped-down reading time, this is the short, gripping ‘pilot’ for Nick Warren’s acclaimed new thriller series. If you like your stories lean, mean and intelligent… you’ll love this.
Aim True, My Brothers
4.7 – 216 Reviews
Radical Islamic terrorism explodes on American shores.
A shadowy Hamas legend is on a blood hunt, and his target is no less than the President of the United States.
With years of combat experience in the rocky deserts of Iraq and the mountains of Afghanistan, Mohammed Al-Bari has battled the best Special Ops troops America has to offer. But when his two brothers die in a bloody assault on a civilian bus in Israel, he takes his private war to the heart of America itself.
The History of Things to Come
4.6 – 155 Review UK
The mind of a genius can hold the darkest of secrets.
A razor-sharp thriller.
A Bosnian gangster is gunned down in a packed London restaurant. In his possession is a notebook once belonging to Isaac Newton. This is just the latest in a series of shocking crimes connected to objects once belonging to the famous scientist. The police are stumped and the pressure for an arrest is mounting.
Enter Vincent Blake, London’s leading stolen-art investigator.
Mark One (Mark Midway Series Book 1)
4.5 – 146 Reviews
Mark Midway will kill to survive…
He is genetically engineered. He doesn’t know by whom, where, or why.
Nine men, ex-military, are on a mission to destroy a genetics laboratory and capture a genetically engineered specimen. They are supported by four rogue CIA agents, who have commandeered a test drone and a missile at a Marine base. The team attacks the genetics laboratory complex before dawn, during a raging blizzard. Within hours, seven of the men are dead, one is severely wounded and one barely escapes. The drone with its missile has been destroyed. The next morning the four rogue agents are found dead from carbon monoxide poisoning. Mark flees the laboratory complex, seeking safety and somewhere he can call home.
The FBI is on his case and a mysterious organization offers him its assistance. However, he is at risk. There are unknown killers chasing him and he needs to protect himself and his friends.
The Darwin Protocol
4.6 – 127 Reviews
A deranged virologist. A ruthless gang leader. A father haunted by his past. A family pushed to the edge as the world begins to crumble.
Readers are saying:
“It’s up there with Wool [by Hugh Howey].” … “The best viral apocalypse book.” … “Wow, just Wow!” … “Loved it!” … “One of the finest stories I’ve read in a few decades!” … “Truly excellent. A must-read.” … “Impeccably paced, it’s a tense thriller.” … “A friggin’ home run.” … “Explodes off the pages.” … “Hooked me from the first page.” … “A wild ride.”
When a viral apocalypse threatens Los Angeles, former marine Mason West’s skills as a close protection officer may not be enough to save those he loves most. On the day of the outbreak, Mason pays back a personal debt igniting a bloody war with a vicious gang leader. Worse yet, his latest client is a complete nightmare, an egomaniac supermodel—the kind that expects the world to revolve around her, even when it’s falling apart.
With a debt to pay and his family to protect, the beginning of the end couldn’t be more personal.
One in a Million
4.5 – 126 Reviews
Sometimes there can be hell to pay. Literally.
Kyle Fasano has it all: a loving wife, two children and a house on the hill. Still, for one night, it’s not enough. Risking everything, he has a fling with a woman from the office.
Napoleon Villa has very little: No real family or home. A veteran detective for the LAPD, he is a gray wolf in an ever darkening world. When a young woman plummets to her death at the Los Angeles Hilton, it seems like just another case.
Both are running from something: Fleeing his affair at the Hilton, Kyle runs into a stranger with heavenly powers, who tells him something he never expected to hear. In order to save his soul, he must prevent his first love from making the same mistake he has. For Napoleon, it all comes down to a case long closed, but forever open in his mind, of a child murderer that he failed to stop in time.
As he runs from the law with everything to lose while being pursued by a detective with nothing to lose, Kyle Fasano is about to learn that with every choice there are consequences.
4.5 – 120 Reviews
Meet John Hilt. He lives The American Dream. His corner office looks out over Dallas’s beautiful skyline. His amazing wife and children love him. His father and sister adore him. John has it all.
Except there’s just one problem. His name is Harry.
John knew Harry a long time ago, when they were kids.
Harry shouldn’t be here now, though, because he died as a teenager.
But he’s back. John’s seeing him everywhere, and Harry is telling him awful, awful things … He wants John to do something he hasn’t done in years.
He wants John to start killing people again.
Now, dead bodies are showing up across the city and Detective Alan Tremock has been assigned to the case. A meticulous and unrelenting cop, he’ll risk everything to find the murderer creating havoc in Dallas.
John’s grip on reality is breaking. Tremock is getting closer and closer to the truth. And, all the while Harry just keeps whispering, “Kill them, John. Kill them all…”
Against the Grain
4.8 – 110 Reviews
A tyrannical high school principal.
A young anarchist with nothing left to lose.
One way or another, this place is goin’ down.
Matt Moyer is an orphaned teen growing up on a primitive farm in the Pennsylvania coal region. He’s homeschooled by his eccentric and philosophical great-uncle, who’s a stickler for logic, reason, and intellectual honesty. Despite his uncle’s reverence for veracity, inconsistencies arise regarding the old man’s shady past and the teen’s parents.
Through a harrowing sequence of events, Matt is forced to attend a public school. The feral teen finds it difficult to cope with the hypocrisy, propaganda, and misinformation that adults and children so readily accept. Faced with the possibility of expulsion, arrest, and ostracism, he must make a choice. Will he choose the easy lie or the hard truth?
The Coelho Medallion
4.6 – 102 Reviews
Winner 2016 Shelf Unbound Award
The adventure begins in the first Dan Kotler archaeological thriller!
An ancient medallion is unearthed in Pueblo, Colorado, revealing a secret that will rewrite the history of North America—the Vikings somehow made it to the continent’s interior, centuries before Columbus made landfall, and there they built a city of gold.
But today the COELHO MEDALLION has been stolen, and a linguist and researcher has been abducted in connection with the crime. Could the abductors be after the fabled city of gold? Or do they have a more sinister plot in mind?
Shadows in the Water
4.7 – 79 Reviews
“Startling character turns (including a double cross or two)…psychological damage, and sufficient material to ignite a series.” –Kirkus Reviews
Louie Thorne was born with a dangerous gift and a reason to fear the darkness. But when her parents are murdered by the mafia, embracing her power is the only way to exact her revenge. She will destroy the men who destroyed her family–no matter the cost.
Robert King is a retired agent, and knows trouble when he sees it. First, an old partner asks King to use his connections and skills to investigate a suspicious case. Then an old flame begs a favor. By the time, Louie enters the picture, King will be lucky to survive the night.
Fast-paced action, suspenseful tension, and unforgettable characters–there’s everything thriller fans could want in this first installment.
4.7 – 45 Reviews
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It’s the spring of 2000 and Alex Vane is living the dream. He’s brilliant, handsome, driven, and he has just landed his first major reporting job: covering New York’s biggest trials for the city’s second-biggest daily, The New York Standard.
As if his luck couldn’t get any better, Alex befriends a top prosecutor who helps him uncover a secret about a legendary defense attorney. When he breaks the story, the trial of the East Coast’s most deadly drug kingpin falls into turmoil.
But as he digs deeper, the story begins to unravel. Now Alex must figure out whether his source was playing him and, if so, why? And if he fails, he might be the one who ends up behind bars.
In this prequel to The Anonymous Source, A.C. Fuller brings you New York City at its optimistic peak. Before 9/11, before the financial crash, and before the Internet revolutionized the news media and permanently altered the lives of reporters like Alex Vane.