Take Revenge or Die by David Methvin Pierce

The epic story about a young mother, Marilyn Ledbedder, and her illegitimate son, Leon, who through unfortunate events were forced to leave their home in rural Arkansas. Taken in by a middle aged man and his wife in Louisiana, they settle in for seemed like a happy normal existence. Soon, many tragic events take place in Leon’s world, which takes away the serene life that he enjoyed. Witnessing a brutal attack on his mother, Leon plots revenge, not on just one perpetrator but also on another. Does he seek revenge or allow the justice system to run it’s course? Much of this story is told by Leon to his psychiatrist, thirty years after the fact, in hopes of regaining his sanity and freedom.

Author: David Methvin Pierce

Rating: Rating: 4.60 / 5
122 reviews

Taming the Telomeres: A Thriller by R.N. Shapiro

Pre-Release Book Club Readers: “A spellbinding Page Turner” A survivor. A soulmate. A secret.High school senior Amanda Michaels suffers amnesia with regard to everything before the jet crash. She loses her parents and her memory in the aftermath, but miraculously survives. While recovering, Amanda strikes up a whirlwind romance with a young hospital volunteer, but only recalls a haunting series of flashbacks of her near death experiences (NDE’s). Meanwhile, her uncle, high profile DC trial attorney Andy Michaels represents her and the families of numerous passengers against Hemispheres Airways. What to expect inside “Taming”:Explore the medical mysteries behind NDE’s;Why cell telomere medical research is worth billions to the world’s superpowers;Peeks inside the USA’s top secret Foreign Intelligence Courts;Picks up where Edward Snowden’s spying leaks left off.˃˃˃ Spying. Covert Ops. Cover-up at the highest levels?As the major monetary settlements with Hemispheres are looming, both Amanda and her uncle Andy stumble onto evidence of possible sabotage of the jet and a link to her dad’s classified biological research on cell chromosomal telomeres. Why was her dad’s research so valuable? Once Amanda learns she may possess biological secrets that competing intelligence agencies will kill for, she has no idea who to trust, unwittingly caught up in a web of biological espionage. Amanda’s personal roller coaster ride explores romance, heartbreak, depression, persistence and ultimate redemption. The fast paced story moves between Middleburg, Virginia horse farms, Washington, DC, New York city and points between. A series of stunning twists unwind along the path to the unforeseen climax.˃˃˃ If you’re a fan of Clancy, Connelly, or Grisham thrillers, “Taming” is a must read.Special Amazon E-Book Limited Time Discounted Price.The discounted Amazon sales price is set to expire soon, and applies to the E Book version only.Scroll up and get your copy today.

Author: R.N. Shapiro

Rating: Rating: 4.40 / 5
54 reviews

Cold Comfort by Ellis Vidler

After she’s dumped by her faithless fiancé, Claire Spencer abandons her dreams of a family of her own. Instead, she plots her solo course and settles for a quiet life as an independent Williamsburg shop owner. So how does she become a killer’s target?

Sometime security consultant Riley, burned out, stung by his ex-wife, and haunted by a young girl he couldn’t save, vows never to work with women again. But when a thug tries to kill Claire and she winds up in Riley’s arms, his plans go all to hell. Knowing she’s in danger, he can’t walk away.

Old letters in a hidden trunk reveal long-buried secrets, leading Claire and Riley to political connections with organized crime and Mob hitmen. While dodging a speeding car, ducking bullets, and escaping through murky swamp waters, conventional Claire and freewheeling Riley struggle against their powerful chemistry—if she’s picket fences, he’s barbed wire. Opposites do attract.
NOTE: The first edition of this book was published by Echelon Press. Same book, new cover.

Author: Ellis Vidler

Rating: Rating: 4.50 / 5
77 reviews

BLACKDOWN (a thriller and murder mystery) by D. M. Mitchell

From the bestselling author of ‘Max’ and ‘The House of the Wicked’ comes his latest Top 100 Kindle Bestseller, ‘Blackdown’

With nearly a quarter of a million copies downloaded (and one of his books has recently attracted the attention of Hollywood director Dominic Sena (director of Swordfish, Gone in 60 Seconds etc) Mitchell has been compared to Dean Koontz, Stephen King, Ruth Rendell, M. R. James, Linwood Barclay, Umberto Eco, the Bronte sisters, Charles Dickens and many others. Discover for yourself why D. M. Mitchell is being regarded by some as one of the UK’s most original and exciting writers of psychological thrillers, suspense and supernatural fiction.

From reviews of BLACKDOWN:

“Blackdown was another jewel – kept me guessing until the unbelievable climax.”
“Suspense, thriller and mystery all wrapped into one. I read thus in one sitting.”
“The plot is filled with suspense the reader feels compelled to solve…”
“I really could not put this book down.”


It is 1817, Regency England. Thomas Blackdown, a thieftaker and ex-soldier, receives word that his brother and father are in deep trouble and need his help. But Blackdown is a man that harbours bitter memories; a man banished from his homeland because of a terrible accident, and so is reluctant to return to his ancestral home in Somerset.

However, once there he discovers that his brother has been savagely murdered – torn to shreds, some say by a mythical creature the locals call the Blackdown Beast. Thomas Blackdown does not believe in any creature of fantasy, and is determined to bring to justice his brother’s murderer, encouraged by his brother’s fiancé, Julianne Tresham, and aided by the faithful servant Addison.

But Blackdown is quickly drawn deep into a complicated web of deceit, power, greed and murder involving Lord Tresham – Julianne’s father – and the cold Sir Peter Lansdowne. What is the mysterious Lupercal Club? Why do ex-soldiers go missing from Commodore Pettigrew’s travelling theatre? What strange thing is happening in Devilbowl Wood where Blackdown’s brother was found mutilated? And does a savage, hellish creature really prowl the night?

Soon, Blackdown must fight for his own life and face up to his demons both imaginary and real. He will need all his wits and skills to survive if he is ever to discover the shocking truth behind the evil that has penetrated as far as the government itself.

Set in Regency England following the end of the Napoleonic wars, ‘Blackdown’ is D. M. Mitchell at his creative best, crafting a believable world of strange, larger-than-life characters, with his trademark intricate plotting and surprise ending, it is a novel that is a rollicking good thriller, horror and adventure story rolled into one.

And in Thomas Blackdown, Mitchell has given us a hero like no other before – a D’Arcy with bite, a Bond in breeches…

Author: D. M. Mitchell

Rating: Rating: 4.40 / 5
206 reviews

The Thin Wall: A POW/MIA Truth Novel by R. Cyril West

A character-driven portrayal of the 1968 Soviet occupation of Czechoslovakia, brought to life through the conflict between an intriguingly cultured, yet conniving KGB colonel and the people of a small village who courageously (and sometimes timidly) try to resist oppression. Midnight, August 20, 1968: the sirens of Prague are sounding. Without warning, Russian tanks have crossed the frontier and are pouring into the city. The Soviet invasion of Czechoslovakia has begun. Arriving with the troops is Colonel Grigori Dal, a seasoned KGB officer and coldblooded killer. While the country slips into chaos, Dal uses the fighting as cover to apprehend an American Prisoner of War from a military prison in Prague. Within days, only a cursed woman and a troubled war hero will stand between him and protecting the Cold War’s darkest secret: proof U.S. servicemen were secretly transferred to the Soviet Union. R. Cyril West’s unforgettable novel of tragic love, suspense, intrigue, and the dangerous machinations of the human heart—The Thin Wall. Watch book trailer video and learn more at: www.rcyrilwest.com

Author: R. Cyril West

Rating: Rating: 4.80 / 5
227 reviews

Sold Out (Nick Woods Book 1) by Stan R. Mitchell and Danah Mitchell

In the foothills of the Appalachians, a former Marine Scout Sniper hides from his past, living under an alias. The wary man, named Nick Woods, just wants to be left alone while he recovers from bouts of paranoia and PTSD. Since developing the conditions in the ’80s due to several top-secret missions behind enemy lines, Nick remembers daily how his handler double-crossed him, almost robbing him of his life. Now, a tenacious reporter has uncovered Nick’s secret, and in doing so has started a massive manhunt by a group that wants nothing more than to capture Nick — and this time, the group will stop at nothing to get him.

Author: Stan R. Mitchell and Danah Mitchell

Rating: Rating: 4.30 / 5
167 reviews

EMBRYO (EMBRYO: A Raney & Levine Thriller, Book 1) by J.A. Schneider

“Incredibly well written, heart-racing Medical Thriller!” The Kindle Book Review”Readers will absolutely love it!” Literati Literature Lovers”This was definitely one of the most intense books I’ve read in a long time.” The Indie Bookshelf”Maria Moran’s first inkling of trouble was the coppery taste in her mouth. It came suddenly, a rushing whoosh of something that made her gag, and when she reached to wipe her mouth, her hand came away smeared with blood.” So begins this first EMBRYO medical thriller about a young intern, Jill Raney, determined to investigate tragedies and terror at a famous fertility and genetic engineering hospital. When two pregnant women die and a fetus is delivered with severe chromosomal abnormalities, Jill’s superiors – including handsome, smitten-with-her resident David Levine – insist there’s no common link. But her suspicions deepen with the grotesque murder near the hospital of another pregnant woman – her belly drained of amniotic fluid. And when a woman miscarries in the hospital and then disappears, Jill frantically searches for her – following a terrifying path that seems to link all the victims: Is someone playing with life…and the structures of human life itself? An unforgettable tale of suspense with a shocking denouement, Embryo takes you deep into the mind of malignant genius..    .    .    .    .    .    .The heart-stopping ending of Embryo creates a new crisis in its sequel, Embryo 2: Crosshairs

Author: J.A. Schneider

Rating: Rating: 4.30 / 5
781 reviews

Severance Kill (Martin Calvary Book 1) by Tim Stevens


***** “Masterful nonstop actioner… superb, intelligent and filled with energy.” – O. Barnack, Amazon reviewer

***** “…Knocks the ball right over the deepest part of the left field fence… an old-fashioned page turner filled with chills, thrills and suspense…” – William Wallace, Goodreads reviewer

***** “What a fantastic read!” – Leevora, Amazon reviewer

***** “Awesome book… This is one book you don’t want to miss out on!” – Adam Stairs, Amazon reviewer

***** “Excellent spy novel… If you love Tom Clancy and Ludlum, I think you’ll really love this author and novel… I will immediately look for the next book in this series…” – Jackie, Amazon reviewer

Martin Calvary is going to Prague to kill a man.
First he has to rescue him.

Calvary works for The Chapel, a branch of British Intelligence that identifies enemies of the state who are beyond the reach of the law, and eliminates them. Permanently.

But Calvary has had enough of the killing and wants out. His employers make him an offer: if he carries out one more assassination, he’s free to leave. If he refuses, evidence of his involvement in all the previous killings will be passed on to the police and he’ll become a wanted criminal facing life in prison.

Trapped, Calvary travels to Prague to carry out the hit. The target is Sir Ivor Gaines, a retired senior British diplomat and Cold War traitor who escaped justice more than twenty years ago. But Calvary discovers he’s not the only one with an interest in Gaines. Also hunting him are the city’s gangland boss, and the local branch of the successor organisation to the Soviet KGB…

Calvary’s hit on Gaines fails, and he’s plunged into a race against time to locate and terminate the man before either Prague’s premier organised crime family or the Russians discover just why Gaines is so important, and what the explosive repercussions would be were he to be taken to Moscow. Haunted by the memory of a terrible error he made five years ago, Calvary must track down Gaines to achieve severance not only from his job, but from his past itself.

Praise for Ratcatcher, also by Tim Stevens

***** “Superb spy thriller…The prose is so vivid you can almost feel the action as it takes place…” – Jeremy Duns, author of The Dark Chronicles
***** “A high octane, fast-paced spy thriller… superb and captivating story… a great, heart-pounding read!” James Masters, Goodreads reviewer
***** “[J]oins Lee Child, David Baldacci and John D. MacDonald on my list of great spinners of thrillers.” Edward F. Corbin, Amazon reviewer

Author: Tim Stevens

Rating: Rating: 4.20 / 5
158 reviews


Jillian Braedon possesses a secret so explosive that she must be silenced. On the run with her five-year-old daughter, stranded in the middle of a blizzard and critically injured, Jill sends little Valerie off into the raging storm alone. The child stumbles onto the property of retired musician-turned-recluse, John Mills, begging for help. John soon finds himself caught up in their torment, and face-to-face with the pursuing covert agents, who will do anything to destroy the secret, and silence everyone involved.”This is a phenomenal first novel; an excellent read for anyone wholoves mystery, and would-be writers who want to learn exactly how it’sdone.” – KIRKUS REVIEWS”This brisk and original cat-and-mouse thriller exceeds expectationswith unpredictable results…Fans of mysteries and thrillers will find that this book exceeds any expectations they may have had going in, primarilydue to its unconventional plot line.” – CLARION REVIEW

Author: Jamie Eubanks

Rating: Rating: 4.20 / 5
333 reviews