The Eighth Sister, Robert Dugoni, Thomas & Mercer - Back in the 1970s Charles Jenkins quit the CIA in disgust when an operation in Mexico turned bloody. Since that time he’s put his expertise to use by running his own firm providing security for businesses.
Tag Archive: suspense
The Woman Inside, E G Scott, Dutton - Nothing is as it seems, and no one can be trusted in debut domestic thriller THE WOMAN INSIDE by writing duo, E.G. Scott (whose real names are Elizabeth Keenan and Greg Wand).
Her Fugitive Heart, Adi Tantimedh, Atria - Life is never boring for Ravi Chandra Singh, ace private investigator at Golden Sentinels Agency and plaything of the gods of India.
The Poison Bed, Elizabeth Fremantle, Pegasus Crime - In the Court of King James I of England, few have risen as swiftly or so high as Robert Carr, Earl of Somerset.
She Was the Quiet One, Michele Campbell, Macmillan - She was the Quiet One is about twin sisters, Bel and Rose who have been sent to Odell Academy boarding school after their mother passes away.
For the Sake of the Game, Laurie King & Leslie Klinger, Editors, Pegasus Books - Editors Laurie R. King and Leslie S. Klinger have assembled an anthology, For the Sake of the Game, including well-known writers from different genres whose works imitate the fictional tales of Sherlock Holmes
The Killer Collective, Barry Eisler, Thomas and Mercer - Seattle Detective Livia Lone’s progress on a joint police/FBI investigation into an international child pornography ring takes an unexpected twist when she stumbles upon a link to the US government.
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Hunt Them Down, Simon Gervais, Thomas & Mercer - “Hunt Them Down,” by Simon Gervais, is a crime thriller riddled with immense and constant firepower, bodies strewn from Chicago to Miami, and crashing to a conclusion in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico, where one of the drug cartel’s most vicious leaders plots horrific revenge.
In the Vines, Shannon Kirk, Thomas & Mercer - Twenty-something Princeton student Mary Olivia Pentecost – "Mop" – is related to the Vandonbeers, an old New England family with "more family money than all the Kennedys ever had, combined."