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She Crossed the Sea to Save a Legacy… Finding Love Was Not Part of Her Plan

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She was the only woman ever to rock his world.

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Sometimes you can come home again…

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An unlikely hoyden saves a wary duke with her love but betrayal threatens to destroy them both.

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Darkly gifted and dangerously skilled, to survive, they'll have to solve...the Phoenix Code.

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The Sweet Magnolias


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Mad Dog Justice
by Mark Rubinstein
"Even though you do something bad for what you think is a good reason, there's always a price to pay."
Posted August 19, 2014

For lifelong friends surgeon Roddy Dolan and accountant Danny Burns, the nightmare began a year and a half ago when they agreed to become silent partners in a restaurant. With big money involved, greed easily affects people's sanity, which is what happened. Now Roddy and Danny are dealing with Read more...

Phantom Limb
by Dennis Palumbo
"Exciting twists in this thriller will keep readers guessing until the surprising conclusion."
Posted August 19, 2014

As a Pittsburgh Police Department consultant, clinical psychologist Daniel Rinaldi has been involved in solving several murder investigations, but his favorite job is helping victims deal with the aftermath of violent crimes. He's intrigued by his newest patient, Lisa Harland, ex- Hollywood starlet who's returned to Pittsburgh and Read more...

Too Hot Four Hula
by Jill Marie Landis
"Kauai's infamous Hula Maidens & amateur sleuth Em Johnson are again part of a murder investigation."
Posted August 14, 2014

Em Johnson's Uncle Louie, owner of the legendary Tiki Goddess Bar on the north shore of Kauai, is participating in the Cocktail Shake Off Competition in Honolulu, and Em is accompanying him. The tiki bar is almost as famous for its link to murder as it is for mouthwatering Read more...

The Hot Zone
by Jayne Castle
"The dangerous paranormal elements on Rainshadow Island entice many to discover its vast secrets."
Posted August 12, 2014

Sedona Snow was kidnapped and kept sedated in a waking dreamstate by the unscrupulous Dr. Blankenship until she was able to escape the catacombs using her distinct ability to open paranormal gateways. During that escape, she had to confront the fact that she's also acquired a talent for fire Read more...

One Kick
by Chelsea Cain
"A fascinating and feisty new heroine makes her debut in this thrilling first book in a new series."
Posted August 6, 2014

Kidnapped 15 years ago at the age of six, then rescued from her abductors at the age of 11, Kit "Kick" Lannigan has spent the past 10 years of her life intensely training to be smarter and stronger, both defensively and offensively. Dealing with all the emotional repercussions of her Read more...

Don't Look Back
by Gregg Hurwitz
"A terrifying tale of heroic survival and gruesome murder in the harsh jungles of Mexico."
Posted August 6, 2014

To celebrate their anniversary, Eve Hardaway arranged a special vacation in the jungles of Oaxaca, Mexico. However, her husband had others plans -- a divorce so he could live with his new girlfriend, leaving his wife and young son behind. Shocked with this revelation, Eve decides to take the one-week Read more...

by Douglas Corleone
"Another thrilling adventure as Simon Fisk pursues some very nasty kidnappers."
Posted August 6, 2014

Ex-U.S. Marshall and freelance investigator Simon Fisk knows you must always be careful when asking for a favor, but he finds himself doing a lot of that as he pursues the men who kidnapped 15-year-old Olivia Trenton from her home in California. As the daughter of Read more...

Sight Unseen
by Iris Johansen, Roy Johansen
"A serial killer is recreating horrific crimes that Kendra Michaels helped solve with her unique abilities."
Posted July 26, 2014

Blind for many years, music therapist Dr. Kendra Michaels regained her sight through an experimental surgical procedure. Because of her blindness, Kendra's other senses have been heightened, which makes her highly sought after by law enforcement agencies. In the past, she's been a freelance operative for the FBI Read more...

The Frozen Dead
by Bernard Minier
"In the French Pyrenees, several chilling murders occur near an asylum for the criminally insane."
Posted July 22, 2014

Even though Commandant Martin Servaz is busy with a murder case in Toulouse, his deputy chief sends him to Saint- Martin-de-Comminges in the French Pyrenees to assist in the investigation of a very bizarre murder. No sooner does he arrive in town than two more murders, staged to Read more...

The Dead Will Tell
by Linda Castillo
"Death is stalking residents of Painters Mill -- could it relate to murders from 35 years ago?"
Posted July 18, 2014

In 1979, an Amish father and four of his children die during a botched robbery at his home. The only survivors are his wife, who disappeared that night, and their 14-year- old, son. The son, Billy Hockstetler, was adopted by a local Amish family, but the wife was never Read more...

The Tower
by Simon Toyne
"Powerfully dynamic and intriguing conclusion to the Sanctus conspiracy thriller trilogy."
Posted July 18, 2014

NASA's Hubbell space telescope operational computer has been hacked and the scientist in control of it is missing. A cryptic "end of days" message is left on the computer, as well as a disturbing countdown clock. Then another closely guarded space-probing satellite program is sabotaged and its head Read more...

The Tower
by Simon Toyne
"Powerfully dynamic and intriguing conclusion to the Sanctus conspiracy thriller trilogy"
Posted July 18, 2014

NASA's Hubbell space telescope operational computer has been hacked and the scientist in control of it is missing. A cryptic "end of days" message is left on the computer, as well as a disturbing countdown clock. Then another closely guarded space-probing satellite program is sabotaged and its head Read more...

The Good Girl
by Mary Kubica
"Nothing is as it seems for this picture-perfect family -- and they'll never be the same again."
Posted July 14, 2014

Mia Dennett's father is a well-known judge in Chicago, while Eve, her passive mother, tries to be the perfect wife. As an inner-city teacher living on her own, Mia does not conform to the life her affluent parents expected of their daughter. After being stood-up once Read more...

The Black Stiletto: Endings & Beginnings
by Raymond Benson
"The thrilling finale to the entertaining and suspenseful Black Stiletto saga."
Posted July 14, 2014

There's one final diary, the fifth, for Marty to read in the mysterious tale of his mother Judy Cooper's life as the Black Stiletto. Will he find out if Leo Kelly is his father, or is it someone else? As Judy gets closer to death from Alzheimer's Read more...

Let Me Go
by Chelsea Cain
"After 13 years, Gretchen has cost Archie everything -- and will always be his problem."
Posted July 14, 2014

It's only been a few months since serial killer/psychologist Gretchen Lowell, the Beauty Killer, escaped a psychiatric institution. After working the Beauty Killer case for 13 years, Portland homicide detective Archie Sheridan has been removed from the investigation team. Archie is now trying to get on with his Read more...

Everything to Lose
by Andrew Gross
"A woman has everything to lose when she makes a life-changing, split-second decision."
Posted July 14, 2014

Hilary Blum has just lost her job, is wallowing in debt because she gets no assistance from her ex-husband, while also dealing with their autistic son. As she's driving on a country road from her place to her ex-husband's to again beg for the money he Read more...

The Butcher
by Jennifer Hillier
"What happens when everything you believed to be true is suddenly turned upside down?"
Posted June 17, 2014

In 1985 Seattle, the notorious serial slayer known as the Beacon Hill Butcher was gunned down by cop Edward Shank. His heroic actions in killing the Butcher led to him being named Seattle Chief of Police, and he loved every minute of fame. Now, 30 years later, the chief has Read more...

Relic of Death
by David Bernstein
"A stolen briefcase promises something different for whoever possesses it."
Posted June 17, 2014

The briefcase is first discovered in a vault and stolen by two hit men. When they are killed, a junkie takes it from the crime scene, only to lose it when he's killed. It then moves into the hands of a woman, who dies after the briefcase is stolen Read more...

Don't Talk to Strangers
by Amanda Kyle Williams
"Atlanta P.I. Keye Street heads to the country to help a sheriff track down a vicious predator."
Posted June 17, 2014

Keye Street and business partner Neil Donovan run a detective agency in Atlanta called Corporate Intelligence and Investigations (CI&I). As a former FBI criminal investigative analyst, Keye is now a private investigator, a bail recovery agent, a process server -- and a recovery alcoholic. She's quite good at what Read more...

Cop Town
by Karin Slaughter
"In Atlanta, 1974, there's upheaval in the police ranks as blacks and females are added to the force."
Posted June 17, 2014

It's 1974 and a cop killer is on the loose in Atlanta. A full-scale manhunt is underway, but there are few leads. If that weren't enough pressure to deal with, there's been a transition to black leadership of the city and the police department. The good Read more...

Tanzey Cutter

In the over 20 years I've been reviewing books, my reading preferences have changed, as you'll see from my list of reviews. I went from historical romance to contemporary romance to romantic suspense to sci-fi/fantasy to my current fave - mystery/suspense/thriller. I used to be game for just about anything, but I've gotten more set in my ways lately. One thing hasn't changed - my love of reading.

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