Heather Graham’s ‘Danger in Numbers’ is a Dark and Twisty Nail Biter [REVIEW]

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Death waits beneath a canopy of old Florida trees and Spanish moss in Heather Graham’s Danger in Numbers. (Photo courtesy Canva)

When a ritual murder is discovered in Florida swamp country, it doesn’t take long for law enforcement to make their way to the scene. But when both local authorities and the feds show up to work the case, whose jurisdiction does it fall under? Will egos get in the way or will both sides be able to set aside their differences and work together to find a killer before more blood is shed? Find out in Heather Graham’s riveting new thriller, Danger in Numbers.

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Secrets Abound in Colleen Coble’s ‘One Little Lie’ [REVIEW]

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Welcome to Colleen Coble’s Pelican Harbor, a tranquil—and deadly—spot to call home. (Photo courtesy Canva).

Pelican Harbor is a picturesque little community. It doesn’t seem possible that anything bad could ever happen here. But vice happens where you least expect it. Yet murders are on the rise and the new sheriff in town must catch a killer to prove her mettle in One Little Lie, the debut novel in Colleen Coble’s latest series.

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In April Hunt’s ‘Lethal Redemption,’ Confronting the Past Proves Dangerous [REVIEW]

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She never thought she’d have to return to the very place she’s spent years trying to forget. (Photo courtesy Canva)

Her past haunts her. It was a nightmare she’d rather forget. Yet when the opportunity arises, she will do whatever it takes to bury her demons forever. But is she willing to put her heart on the line to do so? Find out in April Hunt’s thrilling novel, Lethal Redemption. Read more of this post

Years After Escaping the Dark, Chef is ‘Torn’ When It Comes to Embracing His Future [REVIEW]

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You never know who you’ll find inside Whiskey Sharp, the barbershop and bar featured in Lauren Dane’s Torn. (Photo by cleverdame107, Flickr)

Then, she was a sweet kid with a big crush. He was a handsome but messed up youth trying to figure out his life. Now, years later, they are both older and wiser. But is dating an old friend a good idea? In Lauren Dane’s Torn, we discover that sometimes two people simply have to take a chance.  Read more of this post

In ‘Blackout,’ Alex Segura Captures Readers Within His Sticky Web of Secrets [REVIEW]

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Fifteen years after his high school crush disappears and her ex-boyfriend is found murdered, Pete Fernandez reopens a cold case he just can’t shake in Alex Segura’s latest novel, Blackout. (Photo by Elias de Carvalho on Pexels.com)

A private investigator with plenty of personal demons. A cold case that has haunted him since high school. When new evidence comes to light, will it lead him to the truth he’s so desperately sought or will the trail go cold once again? Find out in Alex Segura’s fourth Pete Fernandez novel, Blackout. Read more of this post