There is nothing like a horror story to cool you off in the dead of summer….. Dead of Winter by Darcy Coates is not for the faint of heart. Eight strangers trapped in a snowstorm, and one of them is a ruthless killer. Grab a cup of coffee, a blanket and perhaps turn on the lights for this intense thriller.
What would you do if your spouse committed suicide, and you had no warning? What would you do if you got a cryptic letter from him soon after? In Robert Bryndza’s standalone psychological thriller, we follow Maggie as she uncovers truths that place her and those around her in danger. Suspense and danger await you in this chilling tale.
The Bones of the Story by Carol Goodman delivered a locked door mystery in the middle of a snowstorm at Briarwood College. Come see what I enjoyed about this suspenseful thriller.
I am back once again with another Wrexford & Sloane historical mystery narrated by James Cameron Stewart. Murder at the Royal Botanic Gardens by Andrea Penrose delivered from dress fittings to murder. Come see why this series delights me.
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…
The Krewe of Hunters is going to Europe! Whispers at Dusk by Heather Graham is the first novel in the Blackbird Trilogy. FBI recruits Agents Della Hamilton and Mason Carter are the first members of the Blackbird unit and are tasked with hunting down a vampire. Their first stop, Norway.