Reviews - Suspense/Thriller

A Human Element
Donna
Galanti

SCI-FI, ROMANTIC SUSPENSE:   Laura Armstrong grew up knowing she had abilities others didn’t. Abilities she uses as she tries in vain to save her loved ones;  one by one they die. The killer haunts her dreams and seeks to destroy her too.

Pittsburgh native and family law attorney Suzanne Taylor is the single mother of two daughters. Her husband walked out on her years earlier,  so she can relate to her clients’ situations without fail.

Blue Horizon
J.L.
Hammer

Ever have a bad day on the job? Elena Davidson’s day went from a fun adventure in a foreign country to a nightmare. Being kidnapped by terrorists who want the top secret info she has about her job is bad, but what’s worse is they are willing to do anything to get it from her.

No Smoke Without a Fire
Bobbie C.
Bandy

Beth is a forty year-old divorced mother of two teenage boys, working as an Emergency Room nurse.  One evening an unconscious firefighter is brought in after saving a little girl from what could have been a deadly fire.  He's not out for long, and as soon as he wakes up, Jackson turns on the charm and eventually woos Beth into acceptin

Cookies for Santa
Valerie C.
Clarizio

Detective Spinelli is a homicide detective who was recently reassigned to assist Shannon O'Hara in the child services division.  These two couldn't be more opposite in the way that they handle their cases and Spinelli's lack of finesse and empathy tend to send O'Hara into bouts of silent rage.

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