Jana Berzelius is a young and brilliant prosecutor; she may aloof and emotionally cold, to some, but she is good at her job…until everything changes. A high-ranking member of the migration board is found murdered and now to protect her own past, a past she struggles to remember, she must find the murderer before the police. In this game of cat and mouse, nothing is as it seems.
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If you are looking for a book to get you into a Halloween spirit or are a horror novel enthusiast, then look no further for your next read! Michael Morrow lives deep in the backwoods with his family. He is a typical 19-year-old boy; figuring out where he fits in his household dynamic and pining for a local girl who works at the record store. The only issue is that Michael’s family is made up of cannibalistic serial killers. They say that blood is thicker than water, but what happens to a family when blood is the main issue….
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Esther is missing. Quinn, her roommate, isn’t sure what to do. Should she call the police? Wait? Meanwhile, Alex is working in a café and sees a mysterious young woman. He is drawn to her. Who is she? Where did she come from?
Quinn is searching for answers. Alex befriends the woman.
Sometimes people are not who they appear to be and sometimes you can never outrun your past…no matter how hard you try.
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Tess Gerritsen is, hands down, one of my auto-buy authors. Personally, I feel like she is the queen of suspense thrillers!
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Justine Merrison and her family (a husband and teenage daughter) move from their lives in London and settle down in a small town. Shortly after, her daughter begins to withdraw and strange, threatening phone calls begin. Who can be trusted? What is real?
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Jean’s husband was accused of committing a kidnapping (and murder) of a two year old child. Jean’s husband is now dead. What does Jean know? What will she share? Does a marriage mean keeping secrets and standing by while the unthinkable happens?
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