BONES IN THE RIVER
Book Two in the Lakes crime thriller trilogy with CSI Grace McColl and Detective Nick Weston
Driving on a country road late at night, you hit a child. There are no witnesses. You have EVERYTHING to lose. What do you do?
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Readers tell me that by the time they've read a couple of chapters of a new book, they've already decided whether to read the rest of the book. Read Chapters 1, 2, 3 of BONES IN THE RIVER—I'm sure that will convince you to read the rest of this first book in the Lakes trilogy.
Charlie Fox book thirteen
Charlie Fox has quit her job in close protection, been turned out of her New York apartment and is apparently out of options. Why else would she be working for a shady arms dealer?
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They say say that if you read the first three chapters of BAD TURN, you'll definitely want to read the rest of the book. Read Chapters 1, 2, 3 and make up your own mind.
DANCING ON THE GRAVE
Book One in the Lakes crime thriller trilogy with CSI Grace McColl and Detective Nick Weston
A sniper with a mission, a CSI with something to prove, a young cop with nothing to lose, and a teenage girl with a terrifying obsession. The calm of the English Lake District is about to be shattered.
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THE BLOOD WHISPERER
a standalone crime thriller featuring former CSI turned crime-scene cleaner, Kelly Jacks
Six years ago, Kelly Jacks woke next to a butchered body with the knife in her hands and no memory of what happened. She trusted the evidence would prove her innocent. It didn’t. Is history now repeating itself?
Charlie Fox book ten
A deadly hostage situation in New Orleans forces Charlie Fox to improvise as never before. And this time she can’t rely on Sean to watch her back.
Charlie Fox book two
Charlie Fox is supposed to be dog-sitting, not leading the resistance, but what else can a girl do when her housing estate turns into an urban battlefield?