In You Can Hide by Rebecca Zanetti, we are back in the rural Pacific Northwest with FBI Special Agent Laurel Snow as she investigates a serial killer along with Captain Huck Rivers of the Fish & Wildlife Unit. Suspense, a touch of romance and the quaint rural area will have you curling up by the fire as you devour their story.
Before the Storm by Erik Carter is the fourth Silence Jones thriller novel narrated by Gary Bennett. As Silence investigates a murder at a celebrity’s lavish party, a nemesis emerges and forces Silence into the spotlight. Action-packed, Before the Storm was Carter’s best yet.
I was looking for a good murder-mystery thriller for the Fraterfest Readathon when Twenty-Three by Murray McDonald came across my desk. Narrated by Elizabeth Wiley, this clever tale hooked me from the onset and kept me listening into the wee hours.
Vanishing Hour by Laura Griffin takes us to Cuervo, Texas, a sleepy town that is witnessing a boom thanks to Big Bend National Park and surrounding parks that draw visitors. When Ava and her search-and-rescue dog Huck discover an abandoned campsite, it stirs up a cold case.
Narrated by Christopher Eccleston, The Whisper Man by Alex North delivered a suspenseful thriller about a missing child’s case and the boogie man known as the Whisper Man. A chilling tale, that may be better read.
Narrated by Fiona Shaw, The Bullet That Missed by Richard Osman is the third audiobook in the Thursday Murder Club. We are back at the Cooper Chase Retirement Center in Kent with Elizabeth, Joyce, Ibrahim and Ron investigate two murders, and Elizabeth finds herself in trouble….
Narrated by Stephanie Richardson, Black Wings, Gray Skies by Hailey Edwards is the fourth audiobook in the Black Hat Bureau urban fantasy series. The team is searching for the supernaturals hunting and killing young children. Suspense, reveals, snark and romance await you…