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Buried in Beignets Book Review
Maggie Miller moves to a small Arizona town to open a Beignet shop and discovers a body in her back room. He was killed with her marble rolling pin, and unless she finds the real murderer, she may be blamed and go to jail.
Cain's Blood Book Review
Imagine that the most infamous serial killers are cloned so that they can be studied for a government project. What if those clones escape from the institution where they are being housed and begin raping and killing as their infamous counterparts?
Claude's Christmas Adventure Book Review
While this delightful novel is pushing it for the suspense/thriller genre, it's perfect to read for Christmas. It's humorous, romantic, and a bit suspenseful. You'll no doubt fall in love with Claude.
Cold Shot Book Review
Jonathan Burke and Kyra Stryker, CIA analysts, are back and must go to Venezuela to investigate a mysterious body that was found floating in the ocean. They become involved in a dangerous plot between two countries to obtain nuclear weapons. It's a good read with plenty of twists and turns.
Coma Book Review
Patients at Memorial Hospital are going in for routine surgery and not waking up. Susan Wheeler, a medical student is upset by this and starts looking into the problem. Can someone who is just learning solve the problem?
Compelling Evidence Book Review
Meet Paul Madriani in the first of the series of fascinating legal thrillers by Steve Martini. Paul is representing a former lover who is charged with the murder of her husband, Paul's friend and former law partner.
Cross Bones Book Review
In this historical/forensic thriller, medical examiner Tempe Brennan and Detective Andrew Ryan become involved in a murder that involves traveling to Israel and studying 2000-year-old bones to find an evil murderer.
Cross My Heart Book Review
Alex Cross is back in one of the better books of the series. Lots of dead bodies - vintage Patterson. The suspense is palpable and Alex and his family may not survive.
Dance with the Enemy Book Review
Carl Logan works in US intelligence, and is assigned to rescue the US Attorney General before the kidnappers kill him. This mission is dangerous, and he pairs up with an FBI agent whose assignment is the same as Logan's. Things are not as they appear and Logan may not get out alive.
Dangerously Dark Book Review
If you like chocolate, chocolate trivia, and chocolate recipes, this culinary mystery is for you. It's suspenseful, but humorous, and a quick read.
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