I love Laura Griffin’s police procedural novels with romantic suspense elements. Her newest The Last Close Call, delivered an engaging, suspenseful murder mystery with a clever Forensic genealogist. Grab a cup of coffee and see why I devoured The Last Call.
Shadow of Death by Heather Graham continues the cult of the four horsemen mystery case that began with Danger in Numbers. This time Larson & Hunter travel to Denver when another tiny horse is found in a victim’s hand. Suspense, horror and a more await you as they work to stop the mastermind behind these killings….
The Murderer’s Son by Joy Ellis is the first audiobook in the Jackman & Evans investigations. However, Audible recommended I start with Their Lost Daughters, which I did. Narrated by Richard Armitage, Ellis delivered a gritty murder-mystery with plenty of twists.
Their Lost Daughters by Joy Ellis is the second audiobook in the Jackman & Evans murder-mystery crime series. Narrated by Richard Armitage, the author delivered an engaging, twisted case involving missing girls. Come see why I loved this Audible Plus audiobook…
I grabbed The Third to Die by Allison Brennan, the first audiobook in the Quinn & Costa crime thriller, after reading a review from a fellow blogger. She listened to a book later in the series. While Costa isn’t Italian, we share the same last name. The tale involves a serial killer who has plagued the Mobile Response Team lead by FBI special agent Mathias Costa.
I was happy to review The Snow Girl by Javier Castillo before watching any adaptations. If you are looking for a missing persons case thriller, you’ll want to grab the Snow Girl.