MYSTERY & THRILLER BOOKS THAT NEED REVIEWS

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Next Boy To Die

Psychological Thriller

Every few days, another boy disappears from his home, with the only common denominator being that they are all blond, blue-eyed, and around the age of fifteen.

As the bodies pile up, the authorities realize they are dealing with an extremely cruel serial killer.

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A Savage Flower

Psychological Thriller

Far away, among the savage flowers, Dana slowly begins to see that David’s promises are far from reality. Would it be too late for her to find her way back?

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Man Overboard

Mystery

Plenty of paper millionaires jumped off half-finished buildings in 1926 when the Florida land boom went bust. One such tycoon disappeared from a luxury ocean liner in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean. Was EQ Edmunds just another victim of his own greed—or was his disappearance the final and most stunning hoax of his stunt-filled career?

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A Venomous Love

Historical Mystery

With few leads to follow, Bloodstone and his partner must now fight department politics and catch the killer before Underhill becomes another murder victim.

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Murder, Sonoran Style

Murder Thriller

When the co-owner of an eco-tour company finds the man he recently fought with dead, stabbed with the guide’s skinning knife, his yearned-for fresh start turns sour.

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Lethal Scripture

Historical Mystery

When murders from the past start catching up with the present, Yossi and Jeanne realize that the old mystery is lethal and continues to claim victims.

Who is next in line? And why?

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Beneath Our Skin

Suspense Thriller

When boundaries are broken, love is put to the test…

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Messenger's Dawn

Thriller

He did not choose. He was chosen. And now he must save the entire world.

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