Tuesday’s Mystery eBooks

Foundations, Funny Business & Murder
by Christa Nardi
Rating: 5.0


The best of intentions shouldn’t include murder.  An HR specialist and trauma counselor, Stacie is on the board of a fledgling non-profit foundation set up to benefit victims of domestic violence. After a slashed tire, attempted break in, and a murder, Stacie isn’t buying coincidental bad karma. Someone wants her off the board – at any cost. Her fancy surveillance equipment, impressive alarm system, and a ferocious Maltese dog offer only so much protection. Enter Kevin McNair, a smooth talker with piercing blue eyes. Can she trust him with her heart or her life?

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(A Stacie Maroni Mysteries)

by Arnold Eslava-Grunwaldt
Rating: 5.0


Is the murderer a jealous high school student? A greedy caregiver? An angry homeless man? Or, someone else?

As the detectives work to unmask the killer, a bizarre, unrelated death draws their attention—and holds it. Unfortunately, the evidence in both cases is frustratingly scant. At the top of the list are several short-cut cherry striped straws, and a mysterious, corrosive salve. When the stars eventually align in the squad’s favor, their celebration is cut short by an unexpected catastrophe that threatens to pull the team apart again. And the mystery continues.

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(The Cut Mysteries)

by Thomas Thompson
Rating: 4.5


A handsome Frenchman of Vietnamese and Indian origin, Sobhraj targeted backpackers on the “hippie trail” between Europe and South Asia. A master of deception, he used his powerful intellect and considerable sex appeal to lure naïve travelers into a life of crime. When they threatened to turn on him, Sobhraj murdered his acolytes in cold blood. Between late 1975 and early 1976, a dozen corpses were found everywhere from the boulevards of Paris to the slopes of the Himalayas to the back alleys of Bangkok and Hong Kong.

The Grays
by Whitley Strieber
Rating: 3.9


In the #1 New York Times bestselling tradition of Communion, Whitely Strieber returns with a terrifying novel of alien occupation

The Grays is a mind-bending journey behind the curtain of secrecy that surrounds the subject of aliens, written by the field’s great master, Whitley Strieber. If you’ve never so much as thought about the subject before, this book will make you think deeply, not only about the mystery of who the Grays are, but who exactly we are.

Fatal Decree
by H. Terrell Griffin
Rating: 4.3


When a serial killer shows up on Longboat Key, Florida after a twelve year absence, Matt Royal is stymied. The first woman killed on Longboat Key has ties to a secretive government agency for which Matt’s best friend Jock Algren works. Was this a coincidence or was she a targeted kill? Matt’s friend, Longboat Key detective Jennifer Diane (J.D.) Duncan investigates the murders but also seems to be a target of the killer. Why? And where has the killer been for the past twelve years?

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(Matt Royal Mysteries)

No Mardi Gras for the Dead
by D.J. Donaldson
Rating: 4.6


Criminal psychologist Kit Franklyn feels like she’s been spinning her wheels in both life and career. She gets a lift from her malaise when she moves into a new home with a garden—and then a jolt when, in that garden, she discovers human remains.

Along with the unconventional and ever-cheerful chief medical examiner Andy Broussard, Franklyn sets out to close a case that’s well beyond cold.

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(The Andy Broussard/Kit Franklyn Mysteries)

The Guy Who Died Twice
by Lisa Gardner
Rating: Brand New Release


Sergeant Detective D. D. Warren confronts the strangest case of her career in this exclusive eBook short story by the #1 New York Times bestselling author.

D. D. Warren was pretty sure she’d seen it all. Then a man walks into police headquarters, attempting desperately to convince the squad that he’s dead. Explaining to him that he’s very much alive, they finally send him on his way . . . and then hours later, he turns up actually dead. And it’s on D. D. Warren to figure out how and why the dead man died . . . twice.