The Hunt For Red October by Tom Clancy
– No October line up would be the same without this classic Tom Clancy Thriller.
THE HUNT IS ON…
Silently, beneath the chill Atlantic waters, Russia’s ultra-secret missile submarine, the Red October, is heading west.
The Americans want her. The Russians want her back. With all-out war only seconds away, the superpowers race across the ocean on the most desperate mission of a lifetime.
The October Project by John Carson
A Max Doyle Thriller (Max Doyle Series Book 3)
For fans of Mark Dawson, Blake Banner
A devastating attack has been made on the Los Angeles office of the Phoenix Group. Two agents are unaccounted for, presumed killed in the explosion.
Then suspicions are aroused and it is now thought they have gone rogue.
Max Doyle gets a text from one of them, Special Agent Michelle Barragan, confirming that at least one of them is still alive.
The October List by Jeffery Deaver
This is a fascinating time slip mystery thriller
DEAVER. DANGEROUSLY GOOD.
You wait, desperately, for news of your
At last, the door opens.
But it is not the negotiators, or the FBI.
It is her kidnapper.
And he has a gun . . .
Two days ago, life was normal.
The October Men by David Impey
In this spellbinding
October Song by Ru Pringle
A Gripping Thriller
Following a devastating bomb attack outside the North British Council Building at Holyrood in Edinburgh, a police officer finds herself fleeing from her employers and MI5, the domestic counter-intelligence and security agency of the United Kingdom, up the west coast of the territory of North Britain towards the front line of an intensifying war.
October Men (Murder Room) by Anthony Price
In the fourth title of Anthony Price’s gripping spy series, British Intelligence officer David Audley slips away to Italy without authorisation, taking his wife with him. Immediately the suspicion arises that he may have defected, and the head of Italian security is also interested in his arrival, particularly as it has flushed from cover a rogue communist.
October Skies by Alex Scarrow
The stunning thriller from one of the fastest-growing stars of the genre.
2008: deep in the mountain forests of Wyoming, Julian Cooke stumbles across the rotting remains of a wooden wagon. He’s discovered what’s left of the Preston Group, a convoy of settlers that vanished in the winter of 1856. It’s clear that something horrific happened here all those years ago, but Cooke can only find a few tantalising clues.
October Dark: by Joshua Simcox and J.A. Konrath
A Phineas Troutt/Macklin Dailey Thriller
A young addict forced into a life of contract killing, Macklin Dailey never let go of the woman he left behind at college. Now he’s returned to campus on a cold October evening to protect Allie from a vicious psychopath preying on the small North Carolina college town. Mackie is convinced this predator has set his sights on Mackie’s old love, and now he’ll cross any line to keep her safe.
Graveside Manner I: October’s Eve by Joyce A. Scott
Amanda Liesing had nowhere to look but down when she heard the thump at the door. Bodies were always being dropped off at Amanda’s.
So begins Graveside Manner: October’s Eve, a quirky murder mystery in the style of Murder She Wrote and Arsenic and Old Lace.
October’s Ghost by Ryne Douglas Pearson
(An Art Jefferson Thriller Book 2)
October 1962. It was a time when the world came to the brink of nuclear Armageddon over an island nation ninety miles off the U.S. mainland. Now, decades later, the past is about to be revisited.
The world has changed, but not enough for some. As one element of the United States government strives to build a secure relationship with a tenuous Russian government, another has engineered a plan to topple the Western Hemisphere’s last Communist dictator–Castro.
October Snow: by Jenna Brooks
“A Dark Suspense Novel”
Josie Kane is a “difficult” woman, a pure enigma – one who survives her abusive husband by honing her unnerving talent for playing mind games: She knows exactly how to manipulate a bully.
Finally divorced, she thinks the abuse is over, and she’s free. She’s wrong. And her cynicism is building.
Josie works with battered women, trying to rescue them from a fate similar to hers. But on the night that yet another battered woman is murdered by an abuser, crying for a hero as she dies in Josie’s arms, her cynicism becomes a quiet, simmering hatred.