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  1. Deception
    Deception

    by Casey Pendelton

    Deception
    by Casey Pendelton

    Rating: 2.8/5 (316 votes cast)

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    When a night out results in memory loss for Kelly, little does she realize what it means.

    Categories: Mystery & Suspense, Other Fiction

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  2. Fatal Impact
    Fatal Impact

    by Wayne Allen McClain

    Fatal Impact
    by Wayne Allen McClain

    Rating: 2.6/5 (272 votes cast)

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    An easy money scam puts five people in a deadly game of cat and mouse as human targets of a wealthy business man. They think it is just a game, but to the hunter ... this is real. Until the last man is standing this is a rocky ride.

    Categories: Mystery & Suspense, Other Fiction

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  3. K
    K

    by Mary Roberts Rinehart

    K
    by Mary Roberts Rinehart

    Rating: 2.9/5 (400 votes cast)

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    For unknown reasons, famous surgeon K. LeMoyne drops out of the medical scene to live in seclusion in a small town. His quiet moments are few, for he boards with the beautiful Sidney Page, a nurse-in-training, who tries to uncover his mysterious past.

    Categories: Mystery & Suspense, Romance, Romantic Suspense

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  4. Mountain Ice (David Dean Mysteries)
    Mountain Ice (David Dean Mysteries)
    by R. E. Derouin

    Rating: 3.4/5 (418 votes cast)

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    Escaping her abusive husband, Edith and her mute son register at the Dean’s B&B. An ex-boyfriend shows up, followed by her husband. Her husband’s climbing rope is cut and he plunges to his death. Did she sever the line or was it her ex-boyfriend or someone else? The police have made up their minds…

    Categories: Mystery & Suspense, Contemporary Romance, Romantic Suspense

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  5. Pages
    Pages
    by S.J. Johnson

    Rating: 2.3/5 (465 votes cast)

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    Pages is a collection of four very different novellas, all with heart-grabbing similarities of family challenges and insights. Each page turn gets the reader closer to understanding the heart of the characters and the situations encountered.

    Categories: Mystery & Suspense, Other Fiction, Inspirational Romance

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  6. Romancing a Stalker
    Romancing a Stalker
    by Carl Wayne Bryant

    Rating: 2.9/5 (335 votes cast)

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    William Arflin escapes from prison while serving a life sentence for murdering three women he met on the Internet. Now anyone with a computer could be his next victim. Interpol is forced to put the entire computer world on alert when dead bodies appear all over the globe that link him to the crimes.

    Categories: Mystery & Suspense, Other Fiction, Romantic Suspense

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  7. Shannon O'Reilly
    Shannon O'Reilly

    by Charlotte E. Gerber

    Shannon O'Reilly
    by Charlotte E. Gerber

    Rating: 3.3/5 (1033 votes cast)

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    Shannon O'Reilly is being haunted in her own home. The ghosts haunting her are murder victims from a century-old crime. The small town of Beeman has many secrets and there are people that would prefer to keep the mystery buried along with the Edmondson family. Will Shannon discover the truth?

    Categories: Mystery & Suspense, Teen

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  8. Skip Case (David Dean Mysteries)
    Skip Case (David Dean Mysteries)
    by R. E. Derouin

    Rating: 3.4/5 (491 votes cast)

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    When Jeffrey Byrne disappears there is no evidence of a skip, suicide or foul play. Byrne left his lovely wife Cynthia, a sports star son, and a comfortable if boring life. The case is officially closed, but the detective's feelings for the missing man's wife grow, along with his suspicions.

    Categories: Mystery & Suspense, Contemporary Romance, Romantic Suspense

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  9. Soldiers of God
    Soldiers of God
    by Steven Moore

    Rating: 2.8/5 (212 votes cast)

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    Three stories weave together to present the struggle against fundamentalist extremists and the ruthless men that exploit them. An Arab grad student writes a thesis about what led to the third world war in the Middle East, a priest becomes involved with terrorist cells of religious extremists and a ruthless businessman goes after crude oil in South America.

    Categories: Mystery & Suspense, SciFi & Horror, Other Fiction

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  10. Tales for a Dark and Rainy Night
    Tales for a Dark and Rainy Night

    by M Dee Dubroff

    Tales for a Dark and Rainy Night
    by M Dee Dubroff

    Rating: 2.9/5 (364 votes cast)

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    A collection of scary, very short stories perfect for those moments when you crave a thrill, want to read a free scary story and time is at a premium.

    Categories: Mystery & Suspense, Other Fiction

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