Reviews - Suspense/Thriller

Cameo has missed out on a lot of her life. Whisked out of the country at birth by her cruel father, the General, she was deprived of her mother, her twin, and her half-Lakota heritage. Now, at the age of thirty-nine, she has recently reunited with her wily mother, escaped her father, and is hoping to make a fresh start in the land of her birth.

Faydra Green, a United States Navy attorney, finds herself in a bind. She must confess to her adopted daughter, Katrinka, that she is of royal Russian lineage. Katrinka, a well-trained spy, accepts the surprising revelation with ease, but soon finds herself on the run, then captured and thrown into an Egyptian prison. Faydra is able to secure help from a local U.S.

When her husband dies under very mysterious circumstances, Hailey Langley and her kids need to find some way to deal with their grief. It’s not going well. Her son, being a teenager, rebels, and she has to deal with her own health issues. When her old partner from the Special Crimes Agency turns up and warns her about trusting people, she doesn’t know what to do.

A loud banging at Brooklyn’s front door on a stormy night has her nerves on edge, and wielding only an unloaded shotgun, she’s terrified. The man at the door claims to have been run off the road, his motorcycle as dumped and damaged as he is. Walking to this familiar house is Caleb’s only option. Hearing Brooklyn’s voice on the other side of the door brings him a calming relief.

When a drug bust DEA Agent Adam “Deck” Decker is working on lands one of his teammates in the ER with an accidental overdose, he comes face to face with a doctor whose green eyes hold nothing but loathing when they look in his direction. Her hospital has become ground zero for the recent rash of overdoses, and he will need her help in order to figure out what is going on.

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