‘Before the Dawn’ Will Make Readers Believe in Monsters [REVIEW]

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Love is deadly when you fall for the wrong man. (Photo by Sarah, Flickr)

When a woman is found brutally murdered, an FBI agent must face ghosts from his past to determine whether the killer is a copycat or if an old nemesis is back from the dead in Cynthia Eden’s Before the Dawn.  Read more of this post

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

Marie Force's FATAL THREAT

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

Witness Faces Her Worst Fears in ‘Dark Deception’ [REVIEW]

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Determined to protect a woman in witness protection, U.S. Marshal Tony DeLuca races against the clock to keep her alive. (Photo by Shane T. McCoy, US Marshals)

When a deadly prisoner is released on a technicality, a woman in witness protection is forced to face her worst fears once again. Can the U.S. Marshal assigned to her case keep her safe until trial? Find out in Nancy Mehl’s second installment of her Defenders of Justice series, Dark Deception.  Read more of this post

Navy SEAL Returns from the Dead in ‘Gone to Dust’ [REVIEW]

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Romance novelist Miller Darling’s brother is in trouble, and she’s determined to save him in Liliana Hart’s Gone to Dust. (Photo by Bing Tan, Flickr)

When one of fiction’s brightest stars receives an unexpected package in the mail, little does she know that it will set her life on a collision course with deception, danger, and romance. But will she be able to survive long enough to enjoy the ride? Find out in the second installment of Liliana Hart’s Gravediggers series, Gone to Dust.  Read more of this post

Rhys Bowen Breaks Down Social Barriers ‘In Farleigh Field’ [REVIEW]

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With the onset of WWII, everything is quickly changing for Lord Westerham and his family in Rhys Bowen’s In Farleigh Field. (Photo by Marc Pether-Longman, Flickr)

Spies. British aristocracy. A dead body. A love triangle. Rhys Bowen’s new World War II thriller, In Farleigh Field, has it all in spades, making for a truly delicious stand-alone novel that will delight fans of Masterpiece Theater’s Home Fires and Downton Abbey.  Read more of this post