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Romantic Suspense

When All the Girls Have Gone

When All the Girls Have Gone by Jayne Ann Krentz

Jayne Ann Krentz has perfected the art of storytelling. In WHEN ALL THE GIRLS HAVE GONE, her latest romantic suspense set in the Pacific Northwest, Charlotte Sawyer is worried because she can’t get in touch with her stepsister to tell her that one of her good friends has died. In the meantime, there’s some suspicion...

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Race the Darkness

Race the Darkness by Abbie Roads

Abbie Roads’s RACE THE DARKNESS is the first in her Fatal Dreams series and a stunning debut. Dark romantic suspense mixed with the paranormal make for a book you can’t put down. It’s a fascinating read that explores the depths of the human will. Her villains are complex, her protagonists even more so,and the plot...

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Deadly Silence

Deadly Silence by Rebecca Zanetti

In DEADLY SILENCE, Rebecca Zanetti revs up the tension with a new band of brothers fighting against overwhelming odds. As a fan of her Sin Brothers series, I was sad to see it end. I had no idea DEADLY SILENCE would tie in while going in a new direction! The book reads as a standalone...

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Chase

Chase by Sidney Bristol

In the latest installment to the Hot Rides series, CHASE throws a wrench into the workings of the gang from Classic Rides. With their initial job done and Michael Evers on bail until trial, the group is being tasked with a new assignment–protection of America from homegrown terrorists. The biggest problem is that the FBI...

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Cardwell Christmas Crime Scene

Cardwell Christmas Crime Scene by BJ Daniels

In CARDWELL CHRISTMAS CRIME SCENE by B.J. Daniels, DJ Justice enters her apartment only to realize something does not feel right. There are scratches around her newly installed door knob that should not be there. As she searches the apartment, she finds a small rag doll, the one she had as a child, under the duvet...

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Killer Look

Killer Look by Linda Fairstein

KILLER LOOK is the first book I have read by Linda Fairstein. Although this is a stand alone story, it only took me a couple of chapters to realize there is a significant back story between Alex Cooper and Mike Chapman that I would have liked to have known more about. That being said, I...

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