Category: Mystery

Bound to Danger by Katie Reus

(3 / 5) Even if it’s part of the Deadly Ops series, this fast paced story can be read as a stand alone with no problem whatsoever, and if you read the previous book, you get a glimpse of Jack

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Six Seconds by Rick Mofina

(4.5 / 5) A magnificent wave of stories converging and diverging in a series of events that may blow your mind. Mr. Mofina tells three stories; the one about a woman in quest for revenge and a place in paradise,

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Cop Town by Karin Slaughter

(5 / 5) Set in the highly racist and prejudiced 1975th Atlanta, Georgia, Cop Town is an amazing time machine. Atlanta PD is out for blood after yet another officer has been gunned down while on the job. Kate Murphy

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The Chase by Janet Evanovich and Lee Goldberg

(4.5 / 5) Hilariously action-filled, the second installment of the Fox and O’Hare series has it all; action, mystery, great twists, sexual tension, thrilling blasts, funny banter, and compelling car chases. Nick managed to convince the FBI to partner him

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RELEASE DAY SPOTLIGHT & GIVEAWAY: THE CHASE by Janet Evanovich and Lee Goldberg

The second installment of Nick and Kate’s adventure is releasing today with a giveaway! Nick convinced the FBI to team him up with Kate and they go undercover to recover a Chinese artifact stolen from the Smithsonian and in the

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Dead in the Water by Julie Smith

Rating:  (3 / 5) Rebecca Schwartz is ready for a few days of vacation, and the opportunity comes in the name of Marty Whitehead, an acquaintance with whom she has the love of everything aquatic in common. When she gets

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