Congratulations to the CLUE Book Awards 2018 Semi-Finalists! Each one of these is a page-turner! Good luck to all in this highly competitive division!
The GIFT of the TWIN HOUSES: Book One, The Perils of a Reluctant Psychic – Ghosts, Mystery/Suspense, Psychic
A reluctant psychic grapples with lost love, betrayal, and murder. It is only when she opens her heart and accepts her gift that she can heal the heartaches of the living---and the dead.
GLOBAL THRILLERS Sharing NOVEMBER SPOTLIGHT! – Writing Competition, Thrillers/Suspense, Int’l Mystery & Crime
Chanticleer's Global Thrillers Book Awards competition is looking for the best books featuring suspense, thrilling stories that put the balance of world power or that will end the world as we know it. For some fine examples of this genre, click on the link.
RESUMED INNOCENT (A Sam Tulley Novel, Book 1) by Rene Fomby – Legal Thriller, Mystery/Suspense, Contemporary Literature
Can justice be found in a Texas courtroom? Samantha Tulley is the best defense attorney for the job, but when a judge wants her off the case, the sentence she receives may very well be death.
Chilling Books for Autumn Nights – Gothic Horror, Middle-Grade Readers & Children’s Books, Paranormal & Ghost Stories
Just click on this link for the Halloween inspired Chanticleer selections -- from "turn on the lights" gothic horror to "tootacular" early readers for the young and young-at-heart.
In a post-apocalyptic world, those who prepare are those who survive. A thought-provoking carefully plotted read by two authors you’ll want to know.
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.
Brilliantly plotted with more twists and turns than an angry rattlesnake, Crockett gives us thrills and chills in her award-winning novel, Do Not Assume.
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!