Debra Webb’s ‘Still Waters’ Delves Into the Dark Recesses of the Criminal Mind [REVIEW]

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When a news anchor becomes the prime suspect in a murder investigation, will she be able to prove her innocence in time? (Photo by Paolo Margari, Flickr)

Being in the limelight may have its advantages, but it can also have a serious downside… especially when someone turns a beautiful journalist into a scapegoat for murder in Debra Webb’s Still Waters, the second novel in her Faces of Evil series.

Debra Webb's STILL WATERS

Harlequin

As an anchor, it is Amber Roberts’ job to report the news, not be at the center of it. However, someone close to her is determined to make her one of the most notorious figures in journalism. They have creatively and ingeniously left clues at crime scenes that point to her as a cold-blooded killer.

When Amber finally realizes that she is unable to prove her innocence on her own, she hires B&C Investigations to help. That’s when smoking hot bodyguard Sean Douglas arrives on the scene. He digs into the death of the man who made multiple deliveries to the station only to wind up stone cold dead.

But the case seems to produce more questions than answers. First, who is the deceased? And now that Amber is implicated in his death, can Sean protect her from the one person who wants to irrevocably destroy her life and simultaneously bring a screeching halt to her career?

With Still Waters, Webb once again proves that she is a truly gifted author who knows how to maximize suspense and create characters readers will fall for. She also showcases her keen insights into the dark recesses of the criminal mind to deliver an authentic story that seems ripped from today’s headlines which both resonates with us as readers and makes us root for Amber until the last page is turned. If you love suspense with a dash of romance, this is one story you won’t want to miss.

Debra Webb

Debra Webb
(Photo by Marti Corn Photography)

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Debra Webb is the USA Today bestselling author of more than 100 novels, including the Faces of Evil and the Colby Agency series. She currently has more than 4 million of her books in print worldwide in numerous languages and countries.

She is the recipient of numerous awards, including the prestigious Romantic Times Career Achievement Award for Romantic Suspense, the esteemed L.A. Banks Warrior Woman Award, and the distinguished Centennial Award for having published her 100th novel.

Born in Alabama, Debra grew up on a farm and spent her childhood making up stories and exploring the world around her. She wrote her first story at age nine and her first romance at 13.

But it wasn’t until she spent three years working for the Commanding General of the US Army in Berlin behind the Iron Curtain and five years in NASA’s Shuttle Program that she found her true calling and began writing romantic suspense. Her books have been dazzling readers ever since.

To find out more about Ms. Webb and her books, visit her home on the Web at debrawebb.com, follow her on Facebook or on Twitter.

STILL WATERS
By Debra Webb
272 pgs. Harlequin. $5.50.

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About Heather Fink
Heather Fink is a writer, bibliophile and award-winning librarian who loves to introduce the next generation of readers to the wonderful world of books. She currently resides in Texas.

One Response to Debra Webb’s ‘Still Waters’ Delves Into the Dark Recesses of the Criminal Mind [REVIEW]

  1. Jathan Fink says:

    Reblogged this on Jadeworks Entertainment and commented:

    When a delivery man is found stone cold dead, a news anchor is suddenly the prime suspect in a murder she didn’t commit. Find out why our reviewer says author Debra Webb’s Still Waters is “authentic” and “ripped from today’s headlines.”

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