If you like courtroom battles, this legal thriller fits the bill!
Powerful Global Thriller that is so close to real life, it will have you struggling with answers to questions that haven't been asked - yet.
The CRIMINALIST: A Novel of Forensic Science Supsense by John Houde – Thriller/Suspsense, Mystery, Sex-Slave Trade
When two Russian models dip into Malibu's drug scene, it takes a forensic scientist to decipher what has happened to one of the girls. A frightening tale of drug abuse and the sex-slave trade and those who endeavor to find the truth.
Disowned – The Red-Heeled Rebels Series Novel One by Tikiri – Women’s Aventure, Thriller/Suspense, International Crime
A gritty International Suspense/Thriller unveils a disturbing view of powerless, exploited women and girls in third-world countries through the hopeful eyes of a determined young woman fighting to beat the odds.
These titles have moved forward in the judging rounds from SLUSH pile to the 2018 Long List (aka the Slush Pile Survivors). We incorporate the Long List when the judges request an additional round of judging to accommodate the number and/or quality of entries received.
A rich serving of a thriller, The Moving Blade is a well-cooked and tasty sukiyaki of a novel, written by an American who knows Japan well.
Clark offers no downtime for his readers: plot, characters, atmosphere, setting, and pacing coalesce into a smooth, captivating read that’s hard to put down. Our advice? Clear your calendar, turn off the phone, lock the door, and enjoy.
The game's afoot this September with thrilling adventure, nail-biting suspense, keen detective work, and more. Perhaps you'll need a private eye on the case or follow police procedural to the letter. What's certain, while authors work hard at crime solving, when September draws to an end, all of our cases will be closed!
The VOID: Book 3 in the TANNER SEQUENCE by Timothy Johnston – Sci-fi Thriller, Galactic Empire, Space Exploration Mystery
Edge-of-your-seat sci-fi thriller, book 3 in a trilogy where secrets can kill and whom to trust is always the question.