New releases! June, Into the Light, and more

New releases! June, Into the Light, and more

Today is release day for June, Into the Light, Book #6 of the award-winning Between the Cracks series! June Simpson has lost everything. Her family, the love of her life, and now her freedom. ...
Release of Her Work was Everything

Release of Her Work was Everything

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Release of He Was Not There

Release of He Was Not There

More details to come ...
Release of They Thought He was Safe

Release of They Thought He was Safe

Zachary Goldman, PI is deeply flawed, unable to overcome much of his traumatic past, yet he is always ready to defend the underdog and right injustices.  When Pat asked him to look into the disappearance of an illegal, Zachary agreed to take it, but didn’t expect to find anything more ...
They Thought He was Safe

They Thought He was Safe

(Book #5) When Pat asked him to look into the disappearance of an illegal, Zachary agreed to take it, but didn’t expect to find anything more than a man who had returned to his family or fled immigration officials. But the more he digs, the more missing men Zachary discovers, and it quickly becomes apparent that the disappearance that was deemed by the police not to be suspicious was just the tip of the iceberg ...
Excerpt from Gatefather

Excerpt from Gatefather

I'll read pretty much anything by Orson Scott Card, whether it is in the genres I would normally read or not. I have read the first two books in the Mither Mages series, and although there are many negative reviews for the third book, I am enjoying Gatefather so far. It is similar to C.S. Lewis in some ways in its discussion of the nature of God, the universe, and the role of free choice. ...
Looking toward the light

Looking toward the light

I am getting set to release June, Into the Light later this month. It's on preorder on Kindle right now at the special price of $0.99.

June is part of the award-winning Between the Cracks series, but can be read as a stand-alone novel. Twice I have thought I was done with this series, but it just keeps coming back!

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Excerpt from Every Breath You Take

Excerpt from Every Breath You Take

I am currently working on Every Breath You Take by Mary Higgins Clark, the Queen of Suspense. This is book 5 in the Under Suspicion series. I have read at least two others in this series, and am enjoying the building of the case. Laurie Moran and her family and associates are familiar and fun to read, but I wish she would get back together with Alex ...
Gem, Himself, Alone and a round-up of free goodies!

Gem, Himself, Alone and a round-up of free goodies!

Okay, on to the freebies! Fill your cart with some more freebies for your summer reading! Gem, Himself, Alone is free this weekend August 9-11, and I have rounded up a few more freebies that look good! ...
Excerpt from I Let You Go

Excerpt from I Let You Go

I am re-reading I Let You Go by Clare Mackintosh this week. I had to check to see if I had done an excerpt on it here before, but it doesn't look like I have. This is a domestic thriller/police procedural mashup about the hit-and-run killing of a five-year-old boy. Despite the fact that I figured out most of the twists ahead of time, it was still an enjoyable read. It is well-written and intriguing, even if you know the plot ahead of time. ...
Do No Harm and other New Releases

Do No Harm and other New Releases

Do No Harm, our 17-book medical thriller collection is now live in all stores! The release price of $1.99 will not last; it will be going up to $9.99 next week, so get it at the lower price while you can! Even at $9.99, this is a great deal. That's just $0.59 for each full-length thriller ...
Excerpt from Two Kinds of Truth

Excerpt from Two Kinds of Truth

I have just finished reading Michael Connelly's Two Kinds of Truth, a Harry Bosch novel. Maybe some of you are watching Bosch on Amazon. According to Wikipedia, the 2019 season was based on Two Kinds of Truth. Don't worry, I'm not going to spoil it for you (assuming the tv series follows the novel.) ...
A los Que Creen

A los Que Creen

Y estas señales seguirán á los que creen... Escapando de Servicios Sociales y otros que no entienden sus creencias, Nathan y su madre, una mujer que cura con su fe, Billie Ashbury se mudan nuevamente a otra ciudad. ...
A Season of Suspense

A Season of Suspense

As Chandler County Christmas festivities loom, so does a storm of epic proportions. It threatens the safety of its residents and visitors alike as they wrestle with emotional, spiritual and psychological dangers that could jeopardize true love, marriage and both new and old relationships ...
Christmas in July!

Christmas in July!

Today is July 25, and that means… Christmas in July! There is no snow here today, there are no Christmas trees or lights… but there are always Christmas books! ...
Excerpt from The Stranger in the Woods

Excerpt from The Stranger in the Woods

I have just started reading The Stranger in the Woods, by Michael Finkel, an account of a hermit who lived in the woods of Maine for almost three decades, surviving off of bold thefts from the camp and homes just a few minutes from his tent without discovery. It's interesting to hear Finkel's firsthand account of his interviews with Christopher Knight and the investigation into how he survived without any contact with humanity. ...
If a Tree Falls

If a Tree Falls

Richard Kurtz thought that covering for another surgeon in the West Virginia mountains would be a pleasant way to spend a few weeks…until fifteen bodies are discovered in a shallow grave ...
Justice for All

Justice for All

A brutal attack. A survivor left for dead. When DNA evidence cracks a cold case, can Assistant District Attorney, Elizabeth Holt, find the justice she’s looking for? ...
Fresh new releases—Gem Himself Alone and more

Fresh new releases—Gem Himself Alone and more

It's new release day! Gem, Himself, Alone is now available for purchase! If you like contemporary YA, gritty crime and hard-hitting issues, or twisty suspense, you will like Gem! ...
Excerpt from I've Got my Eyes on You

Excerpt from I’ve Got my Eyes on You

I just finished reading I've Got my Eyes on You by Mary Higgins Clark. The Queen of Suspense is always good for for an interesting murder mystery, and does not disappoint with this police procedural. There are plenty of suspects in this book, and while I guessed the perp early on, I still enjoyed the telling of the story ...
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