Old Demons Won’t Die in Erica Spindler’s ‘The Other Girl’ [REVIEW]

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Two murders. One cop. Nothing links them except a past she’d prefer to forget. (Photo by Tony Webster, Flickr)

Raised on the wrong side of the tracks, one woman reinvented herself and became a well-respected cop. But sometimes the past refuses to stay buried, especially when two murders threaten to resurrect dark secrets in Erica Spindler’s new thriller, The Other Girl.  Read more of this post

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Marie Force’s ‘Fatal Threat’ Is Scandalous and Deadly [REVIEW]

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Don’t miss the next chapter in the New York Times bestselling series from Marie Force!
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In Washington D.C., scandal and murder are always a possibility, especially when you’re the vice president’s wife. And with a killer lurking in the shadows, lockdown is the absolute worst scenario for one of America’s most prominent families in Marie Force’s Fatal Threat.  Read more of this post

J.D. Robb’s ‘Brotherhood In Death’ Is Fraught with Intrigue and Mystery [REVIEW]

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Eve Dallas must find a colleague’s missing cousin before it is too late in BROTHERHOOD IN DEATH.
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With Brotherhood in Death, New York Times bestselling author J.D. Robb delivers another heart pounding, fast paced thriller featuring tough Lieutenant Eve Dallas. The novel unfolds with Dennis Mira, a university professor and husband of NYPSD’s top profiler, Charlotte Mira, making a surprise visit to see his cousin Edward. Read more of this post

Matt Burgess’s ‘Uncle Janice’ Is A Hardcore Undercover Story

Matt Burgess’s Uncle Janice isn’t the type of undercover story I usually read. Read more of this post