Meet Homicide Detective Lucas Nash in Michael Murphy’s ‘The Halo Conspiracy’ [REVIEW]

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Handsome and divorced, Lucas Nash isn’t your typical homicide detective. (Photo courtesy Canva)

A brilliant doctor found dead in the middle of his lab. A beautiful intern on the run for her life. There’s something hinky about the tech company they both work for, and a tenacious homicide detective named Lucas Nash is determined to find out what it is in author Michael Murphy’s new futuristic thrill ride, The Halo Conspiracy.

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Christie Craig’s ‘Don’t Look Back’ Leaves Us Breathless [REVIEW]

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They are desperate to catch a killer. But what are they willing to risk? (Photo courtesy Canva)

A killer is on the loose. She’s the undercover Fed working to catch a murderer. He’s the cop determined to get the job done. But is he ready to throw the rulebook out the window in order to keep her safe? Find out in Christie Craig’s third thrilling installment of her Texas Justice series, Don’t Look Back.

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Sarah Bailey’s ‘Into The Night’ Keeps Us Guessing Every Step of the Way [REVIEW]

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One of Melbourne’s newest detectives must discover a murder victim’s best kept secrets to solve the crime. (Photo courtesy Canva)

A renowned celebrity. A shocking murder. The detective on the case must discover who among the victim’s entourage is friend or foe. But will she be able to figure it all out before the killer strikes again? Find out in Sarah Bailey’s new high-octane suspense novel, Into the Night.

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Danger Permeates Leslie A. Kelly’s ‘Nowhere to Hide’ [REVIEW]

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Evie Fleming doesn’t back down from a story. (Photo courtesy Canva)

A determined crime writer. A jaded police detective. When their paths collide on the darkened streets of the City of Angels, there is instant chemistry between them. But will it be enough to get them through one of the toughest cases of their careers? Find out in Lelie A. Kelly’s Nowhere to Hide.

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Secrets, Danger, and More Than ‘A Trace of Deceit’ Abound in Victorian England [REVIEW]

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When a talented art restorer is found dead, his sister will stop at nothing to discover who did it in Karen Odden’s new Victorian mystery, A Trace of Deceit. (Photo courtesy Canva).

A murdered artist. A missing painting. An auction house in crisis. Scotland Yard may be on the case, but so is the victim’s sister! Together, will they be able to hunt down a killer and solve the mystery or will the truth prove as elusive as the absent portrait? Find out in Karen Odden’s new Victorian mystery, A Trace of Deceit. Read more of this post