Execution Is Everything

Nick Warren

"Edge of the seat thriller." ★★★★★ - Amazon Reviewer

"Absolutely brilliant and different." ★★★★★- Amazon Reviewer

"Slick, surprising, inventive." ★★★★★ - Amazon Reviewer

"Packed with tension." ★★★★★- Amazon Reviewer


"I'd landed in New York to commit a crime, but that wasn't the problem..."

Jon Kaine is a psychologist – confident, secure, and more used to business theory than bar room brawls. But when a beautiful woman takes the stool next to him Kaine's life becomes anything but theoretical – and as the night descends into violence he’s forced to put his skills to darker use. When you have 10 seconds to live, Execution Is Everything.

With over 200 ★★★★★ reviews on Amazon, Goodreads and Nook, Execution Is Everything is the gripping pilot for Nick Warren’s new thriller series. If you want your stories lean, mean and intelligent you’ll love this.

The Samurai Code

Steven Moore

“Starts fast and doesn't let up.” ★★★★★- Amazon Reviewer

“An unremitting whirl throughout.” ★★★★★- Amazon Reviewer

“Thrilling from start to finish.” ★★★★★- Amazon Reviewer

“Great action, history & a dash of mystery.” ★★★★★- Amazon Reviewer


One lethal storm. One deadly criminal. One ancient code.

Expedition leader Hiram Kane is in Japan when the storm of the century hits. He joins the rescue mission as flash floods cause chaos, death and destruction.

Yakuza boss Katashi Goto is retiring from the mob. Before he does, there is one more thing to achieve: revenge over a centuries old enemy.

When their two very different worlds collide, Kane is forced to make a choice. He has always known honour is worth fighting for. When challenged by Katashi, he has to decide if it is also worth dying for.

The Samurai Code is the first installment of the Hiram Kane adventure series. For fans of Russell Blake and Clive Cussler, Steven Moore’s breakout action thriller will leave you breathless.

Deadly Sins: an organized crime thriller

Laura Read

Angela Balanescu, daughter of an organized crime boss, watches as those around her fall victim to their sins.

Her father feeds on power, solely focused on how he can gain more territory. Vincent, her father's lieutenant, feels no remorse torturing and killing those who betray the family. Angela yearns to leave the confines of the small town in which she grew up, instead of using drink and sex as escapism.

When she develops feelings for corrupt detective Sean, she wonders whether she can learn to trust him and put a life of crime behind her. Yet, to prevent her family's involvement in prostitution, she is drawn deeper into family politics. Soon she is plotting to kill her father's partner, and she is forced to choose between staying to help her family and leaving to start a new life.

A Poisoned Mind

Andre Gonzalez

It started as a subtle whisper. It grew into a roaring, laughing maniac. The voice inside Jonathon Browne’s head grew so loud that it took him over, both mentally and physically. The worst part is he knows who the voice belongs to, but can do nothing to stop it. His mental intruder hijacks his body, takes it to his top-secret government office, and spills blood. With a looming battle within, Jonathon must get control and escape from his own team before they execute him. Will a life in exile be his only choice? Or worse?

Hat Check - A Troy Bodean Adventure

David F. Berens

Troy is a simple man, just trying to find his place in the world. Unfortunately, his place in the world seems to be inhabited by conniving stripper ex-girlfriends with jealous mafioso husbands, corrupt local politicians with their hands in their constituents’ pockets and gold-digging sorority girls... and now... a murderer. When a sudden turn of luck brings drama and intrigue into his world, he just wants to find his way out. But just when it seems that he’ll finally be free to go back to Crick Fishing... a mystery is dropped into his hat that will have him crossing paths with the most nefarious of characters.

The Planck Factor

Debbie Mack

On a dare, grad student Jessica Evans writes a thriller, creating a nightmare scenario based upon the theory that the speed of light is not a constant—one that has a dark application. Her protagonist (the fiancé of a scientist killed in a car crash) is pursued by those who want to use the theory to create the world’s most powerful weapon. However, Jessica is soon running for her life when events mimic that of her protagonist. She’s threatened by terrorist conspirators who intend to use the knowledge to create an event that causes mass destruction. As the clock ticks down, Jessica must put the pieces together and avert a global catastrophe.


Ian Sutherland

Whose side is he on? The drug company curing dementia or the animal rights activists protesting outside?

Brody Taylor exploits the weakest link in all computer systems. Humans. If he's hired to break into your network, he will target the weakest point. You.

The problem with always manipulating people is that even those closest to you don’t trust you.

And Brody’s just fallen for Melanie, a beautiful, zany animal rights activist. But she’s in love with the character he’s trapped himself in, not the real Brody, social engineer and computer hacker. Can Brody social engineer his way to the truth and save his relationship with Melanie?

A novella that introduces Brody Taylor in a suspense filled standalone adventure.

The AssaSsin's List

Scott Matthews

A homegrown cell of terrorist assassins. A devious plan to start a race war. Can the bloodshed be stopped in time? One man will try.

THE ASSASSIN'S LIST is a headline-current thriller that pits a civilian hero against a cell of homegrown jihadi assassin's. Adam Drake must fight alone, when our PC-correct government won't assist him, to prevent the first assassination on a long list of American VIPs.

If The Bed Falls In

Paul Casselle

Not the usual conspiracy thriller - This one may be true!

Paunchy photographer Tom Friday, drags himself through a mediocre life - until shadowy figures start following him . . .

As the pressure mounts, Tom's mind is increasingly confused by the emergence of a frighteningly real alter-ego. He descends into the dark and criminal dealings of international banks and corrupt governments, but is never sure which of his personalities is real. Is he simply mundane Tom Friday or is he Joseph Miller, a renegade MI6 assassin?

He is a man in two minds; are either of them his?

Why You Were Taken

JT Lawrence

In tomorrow’s world prowls a creative and ruthlessly efficient assassin who won’t stop until Kirsten is killed.

A troubled woman approaches Kirsten with a warning and a key and is later found dead. Was the woman just another victim of the Suicide Contagion, or is there something more sinister at play? The key leads Kirsten to the Doomsday Vault and a hit list of seven people — and her barcode is on it.

Edgy and original, Why You Were Taken is a dark cinematic thriller that will keep you guessing till the last page.

Grab the first book in the futuristic suspense series When Tomorrow Calls now.

Killers, Bikers & Freaks: A Walt Asher Thriller

Andrew Allan

What if professional executioners were hunting you?

Walt Asher has it made as a reclusive infomercial writer. That is, until he stumbles upon an ugly conspiracy. And, it’s a big one - power, politics, corruption...murder. No one must know of it.

And, a team of axe-wielding executioners has orders to kill Walt before he talks about it. There’s only one way to survive - Walt must go from writer to fighter as he crisscrosses Florida...connects damning clues...and barrels between a wild biker underworld and a sleazy secret society that indulges the rich, powerful, and ruthless. Yet, just as he’s about to tear the whole rotten mess down, his infomercial words come back to haunt him: But wait, there’s more...

Filled with conspiratorial menace...gritty action...sunburnt Florida mayhem...and against-all-odds heroics...KILLER, BIKERS & FREAKS is Florida crime fiction at its rampaging, page-turning best. Treat yourself to this blistering first novel in the exciting Walt Asher Thriller series now.

The Forgotten Painting

Gabriel Farago

When celebrated author Jack Rogan stumbles upon a hidden diary, he can’t resist investigating. Honouring the last wish of a dying friend, he is irresistibly drawn into a web of intriguing clues, hinting at a long forgotten treasure.

Joining forces with Cecilia Crawford, a glamorous New York journalist, and Tristan, a remarkable boy with psychic powers, Jack soon finds himself on a precarious journey of discovery, exposing dark secrets from a distant, violent time, when life was cheap and cruelty ruled without mercy.

Meanwhile, Emil Fuchs, an enigmatic Swiss banker with a murky past, has an agenda of his own. Ruthless, and determined to defend his reputation at all cost, he threatens to expose a fraud that could destroy everything.

Will Rogan succeed? Can he find the forgotten treasure he has been searching for, or will it be lost forever, depriving the world of a masterpiece that belongs to all mankind?


Matthew Mather

Three stories from million-copy bestseller Matthew Mather's thriller and speculative fiction works, including his novella Enlightenment, as part of an exclusive collection of short stories set in his Atopia Universe only available here.

In the near future, to escape the crush and clutter of a packed and polluted Earth, the world’s elite flock to Atopia, an enormous corporate-owned artificial island in the Pacific Ocean. It is there that Dr. Patricia Killiam rushes to perfect the ultimate in virtual reality: a program to save the ravaged Earth from mankind’s insatiable appetite for natural resources.

The question is whether she’s unwittingly saving the world, only to cast it towards an even worse fate as humanity hurtles across the brink of forever in a world teetering on the brink of post-humanism and eco-Armageddon.

“The futurism of William Gibson…dark images of Phillip K. Dick.” – J. Johnson, Amazon Vine Voice

"Echos of Gibson and Stephenson...the Matrix meets Ready Player One meets Apple Computer..." —Daniel Leithhauser, Amazon Vine Voice

"Will grip you in its wordy talons. If this book doesn't make you want to bury your smart phone and live amongst the Amish, nothing will." —Redfern Barrett, SCI-FI Methods Book Review


Andrew Barrett

How much trust can you put in forensic evidence?

They discovered her naked body with a puncture wound to her neck and blood everywhere. And brutal though her death was, this was the second such case West Yorkshire Police had running. Both unsolved. Until they found that one elusive piece of evidence.

Scenes of Crime Officer Roger Conniston has worries aplenty as he tries to catch a fellow officer dealing arms. The last thing he needs right now is arresting for a girl’s murder. Of course he didn’t do it, but even he has to admit the evidence against him is compelling. All he has to do is prove his innocence and find the true murderer. Not easy when no one believes him, and when the officer holding him in the cell is the one he’s been spying on.

If you like fast-paced crime thrillers with a forensic slant, raw emotions, and characters that reach out of the book and grab you by the throat, you’ll love Andrew Barrett’s Roger Conniston series.

The Nesting Dolls

Clare Blanchard

A severed arm found in an orange grove on the Costa Blanca. A trail of prostitution and international art theft across the spa towns of Europe. But who are the innocent and who are the guilty?

Grigor Karpov is buried in a slab of concrete at an undisclosed location on the Costa Blanca in Spain. Then the severed arm of a young Czech woman is found in an orange grove not far away. What links them to each other and to the theft of a legendary work of art that once belonged to King Charles I of England? Two detectives are risking their lives to find out.

The Gangster's Son

Joseph Mark Brewer

A beautiful young Japanese woman is dead. Her GI boyfriend is nowhere to be found. And a cop's secret ties to the yakuza could keep her killer from justice.

A respected police inspector with secret ties to a yakuza boss. A young woman's murder could expose everything. Tokyo, 1991. A body left for dead behind a Roppongi jazz club. Shig Sato leads the investigation into the murder. His team quickly learns that her American GI boyfriend is missing, and the club owner is nowhere to be found. Sato knows that if the American has anything to do with the crime it might ignite a political and diplomatic firestorm.

While Sato works to make sure he gets the right suspect while keeping the investigation under control, he learns that the club owner is the son of prominent yakuza boss Ses Fujimori, Sato's childhood friend. Ties between the families go back generations, and Sato is in debt to Fujimori for help in solving a case many years before. It's a secret he has closely guarded.

Now Sato faces the the biggest crisis of his career - will maintaining his family honor allow a killer to go free?

The First Time

Mike Winter

Tom Black is the Government's newest recruit. He is an agent working for a top secret anti terrorist group. Troubled by his past, Black enters the dark, cold world of espionage vowing to make up for his past misdemeanours by serving his country.

Black's first mission is to locate a consignment of weapons, and those responsible for smuggling them into the country.

He will soon learn that his new occupation is filled with deception, and those who control him will stop at nothing to ensure the job is done.

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