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The Knowing by Karen Campbell

I awoke from the nightmare, I had been having for weeks, which meant the girl was now dead and he had killed again.

Karen Campbell's "The Knowing"

Jen is a woman with a special gift that is rewarding yet emotionally draining.

Surviving Reagan – Isabella


Reagan and Chad are back in the firing line as they try to overcome their past history, re-establish a connection and foil an international plot.

Kitty Genovese: The Murder, The Bystanders, The Crime That Changed America by Kevin Cook

In 1964, Kitty Genovese is a 28-year-old bartender living in New York with her girlfriend and fellow lavender menace. But these twilight lovers’ relationship ends long before their twilight years.

Conflict of Interest by Jae

A chance encounter at a law enforcement seminar brings detective Aiden Carlisle and psychologist Dawn Kinsley into contact but neither have any idea of how closely linked their futures will be. Can a cop and a victim of a brutal hate crime overcome the past?

High Desert by Katherine V Forrest

Kate has always touched the lives of many during her investigations; indeed, it is her interactions with the people she meets which make her more than just a detective – from women at the Nightwood Bar who became her family to the Hollywood has-beens of the Beverly Malibu.

The Devil Inside Books 1 to 5 by Ali Vali

Cain Casey has been groomed since birth to take over her father’s business, which just happens to be a major New Orleans crime organisation.

Everything Pales in Comparison by Rebecca Swartz

Constable Emma Kirby is on the spot when an explosion nearly kills singer Daina Buchanan during a concert. The debut novel of Canadian author Rebecca Swartz has many unexpected twists and turns and keeps the main characters and the readers on their toes.

We are Water by Wally Lamb

Annie's past finally catches up to her with tragic consequences. We Are Water is ultimately a story of betrayal, redemption, secrets, and in the end, love, particularly between Annie and Viveca

Give Me A Reason by Lyn Gardner

One night, Toni went to the aid of a woman who is being assaulted, the man end up dead. Toni is convicted of murder and sent to a Women’s Prison for violent offenders.