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Trapped Book Review
While recovering from a serious auto accident, Dr. Michael Cooper developed "locked-in syndrome" and although he can't move, can think. This is a novel for those who enjoy medical jargon .
The Beast Book Review
Peter Decker is called to the scene of a bad smell and a roaring Bengal tiger at the apartment of billionaire, Hobart Penny. Penny was murdered, but not by the Tiger, and the eccentricities of the Billionaire are exposed as the murder investigation proceeds.
Deadly Stakes Book Review
Ali Reynolds is involved in the investigation of the murder of a self-centered, gold digging, totally nasty woman. Her ex-husband and girlfriend are charged with the crime, but another body is found nearby which complicates things since there is no connection with the accused.
The Hit Book Review
Will Robie's new assignment is to find a rogue agent who has apparently gone to the other side; she is killing some of their own, rather than those she has been assigned to assassinate. Can Will carry out his assignment and stay alive?
Stay Close Book Review
Most of us dream of living the life of Megan Pierce, but she is bored, and when she revisits her past life, the nightmare begins. Detective Broome seeks her help on a missing person case and subsequent murders, and she feels obligated to help while trying to hide it from her family.
The Casual Vacancy Book Review
J.K. Rowling's Adult novel debut is a fascinating character study of people most of us actually are acquainted with, and even though it's very dark and sometimes depressing, is a suspenseful story of choices and consequences. Rowling has an uncanny way of capturing true human nature.
No Time to Die Book Review
If scientists could stop the aging process, would it be taking things too far? Zoe Kincaid has DNA that may hold the answer to growing old, and when she agrees to help, those opposed to the technology will stop at nothing, including murder, to prevent it. This novel will get you thinking.
Believing The Lie Book Review
Inspector Tommy Lynley is back and investigating the death of Ian Cresswell, whose uncle, Bernard Fairclough, is a close friend of David Hillier, Lynley's nemesis. The investigation leads to some bizarre family dynamics. There are also several subplots involving the main characters.
Kane & Abel Book Review
William Lowell Kane, born to a wealthy banking family, and Abel Rosnovski, a penniless Polish orphan, are struggling to make it in America, but are pitted against each other. This suspenseful, well-written novel spans 60 years of families, revenge, and forgiveness.
The Blood Promise Book Review
Mark Pryor's third installment in the Hugo Marston Series is full of suspense and intrigue. Hugo is assigned to babysit a US senator who is in France to negotiate a political issue, and gets involved in solving a murder and putting his own life in danger.
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