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Mystery/Thriller
2017
Mystery/Thriller
2016
Mystery/Thriller
2015
Mystery/Thriller
2012
Mystery
2008
Short Story Collection (Horror/Mystery)
2005

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  • Jeffrey B. Burton updated the Artwork THE EULOGIST
    FBI Special Agent Drew Cady is reluctantly drawn into investigating the assassination of a sitting United States Senator. Strangely, the senator's death is linked to a murdered Baltimore junkie with an identical M.O.--a single stab wound to the heart and a typed eulogy left at the scene. As Agent Cady deals with a professional hit man known only as the Canadian, a breakthrough Alzheimer's drug, a misanthropic hacker, and a Mexican drug cartel, he peels back the layers of deceit and comes to real…
  • Hidden forces are willing to kill any and all who stand in the way of untold billions. To toss the authorities off track, they borrow the modus operandi of a brutal serial killer—The Chessman—who stalked the corridors of power in Washington, D.C. some years earlier. The ruse is working brilliantly except for one minor detail. The real Chessman is not pleased—not pleased one iota—that someone has stolen his M.O. Enter Drew Cady, ex-FBI agent, who finds himself being sucked back into the v…
  • The Chessman is back…or so someone wants the FBI to believe. Three years ago, Special Agent Drew Cady ran the twisted serial killer to ground—and suffered a career-ending injury in the process. Now, wealthy, powerful victims are again being brutally murdered, each body left with a specific chess piece in the entry wound. Could the Chessman still be alive, or is a copycat at work?  Cady reluctantly returns as a consultant, looking for any motive that might connect the original case with the …
  • Jeffrey B. Burton updated the Artwork The Lynchpin
    Special Agent Drew Cady is on the mend, both physically and emotionally, as he works on the FBI’s Medicare Fraud Strike Force in Minneapolis. Chasing white collar criminals is a far cry from hunting serial killers and Cady basks in the glow of his newer, more laid-back lifestyle, that is, until a young woman’s body possessing a most-disturbing characteristic is pulled from Lake Superior. And if being ordered to investigate this case isn’t bad enough, Cady’s former boss—Assistant Direct…
  • Jeffrey B. Burton updated the Artwork Sleuth Slayer
    Sleuth Slayer, a mystery by Jeffrey B. Burton, was published in spring of 2008. America’s leading mystery writers are being brutally murdered. Third-tier author Guy Davitt—a would-be Dashiell Hammett—stumbles upon the killer’s bizarre M.O. Through a dark labyrinth of film studio power brokers, publishing industry politics, a decadent family's wealthy influence, police immorality—as well as the dawning realization that he himself is on the killer's list—Davitt pursues the truth.
  • Jeffrey B. Burton updated the Artwork Shadow Play
    Don't turn around. Walk fast, faster, because someone or something may just be after you. Shadow Play is a story collection that offers enough mystery, murder, and mayhem to fill a whole season's worth of the old Alfred Hitchcock Presents or Twilight Zone television shows.
  • Jeffrey B. Burton updated the Artwork The Chessman
    Hidden forces are willing to kill any and all who stand in the way of untold billions. To toss the authorities off track, they borrow the modus operandi of a brutal serial killer—The Chessman—who stalked the corridors of power in Washington, D.C. some years earlier. The ruse is working brilliantly except for one minor detail. The real Chessman is not pleased—not pleased one iota—that someone has stolen his M.O. Enter Drew Cady, ex-FBI agent, who finds himself being sucked back into the v…
  • Jeffrey B. Burton updated the Artwork Sleuth Slayer
    Sleuth Slayer, a mystery by Jeffrey B. Burton, was published in spring of 2008. America’s leading mystery writers are being brutally murdered. Third-tier author Guy Davitt—a would-be Dashiell Hammett—stumbles upon the killer’s bizarre M.O. Through a dark labyrinth of film studio power brokers, publishing industry politics, a decadent family's wealthy influence, police immorality—as well as the dawning realization that he himself is on the killer's list—Davitt pursues the truth.
  • Jeffrey B. Burton updated the Artwork Shadow Play
    Don't turn around. Walk fast, faster, because someone or something may just be after you. Shadow Play is a story collection that offers enough mystery, murder, and mayhem to fill a whole season's worth of the old Alfred Hitchcock Presents or Twilight Zone television shows.
  • Jeffrey B. Burton updated the Artwork Sleuth Slayer
    Sleuth Slayer, a mystery by Jeffrey B. Burton, was published in spring of 2008. America’s leading mystery writers are being brutally murdered. Third-tier author Guy Davitt—a would-be Dashiell Hammett—stumbles upon the killer’s bizarre M.O. Through a dark labyrinth of film studio power brokers, publishing industry politics, a decadent family's wealthy influence, police immorality—as well as the dawning realization that he himself is on the killer's list—Davitt pursues the truth.