Reviews - Suspense/Thriller

Luther Monroe’s life is turned upside down when Rolling Brook’s new historic preservationist, 24-year-old Anna Hendricks, makes her way into town. Luther, a small-town police officer, is smitten by Anna when he stops to help her with what is believed to be a flat tire. Upon closer inspection, it appears that someone may have slashed her tire intentionally.

Detective Anthony Ramirez is called in to solve a murder. What he doesn’t expect is that the case will take him from Newport Beach to halfway around the world. Terrence Collins is a politician and all American guy who has been in war zones. But even that life experience can’t stop a bullet.

On the run from an abusive husband, Jordan Vasilakis leaves Greece and returns to the states with a new name, Madeline Cielo. What she can’t run from is her love of jazz music, and her beautiful singing voice. When she accepts a job singing at the Jazz House, it’s with the stipulation that her identity be protected. She’s quickly befriended by her new employer and the staff at Jazz House.

Danger to Others
Martha
Crites

As if witnessing a police shooting between a mentally incapacitated man and the two police officers accompanying them for a work assignment is not enough, Grace Vaccaro and her co-worker, Annie, find themselves thrown deep into a case where one of their mentally-ill patients, Laurel, is marked as the prime suspect for a murder. Talk of flying from a hot pot into the fire!

This story revolves around a WITSEC house being remodeled in Atlanta. Minnie Chance and her 60-something friend Seamus James are planning to run it for witnesses who need a safe haven, but they discover a tunnel underneath, with a lot of blood in one area. Later, they find a dead body, and police make an arrest, but Minnie believes that they have arrested the wrong person.

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