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J. L. Greger

New 2022 Release! Fair Compromises by J.L. Greger Sara Almquist and her FBI colleagues rush to find who endangered the lives of hundreds at a political rally in order to poison with botulism toxin their target-a woman candidate for the U.S. Senate. Soon, Sara is tracking related murders in the fashionable spas in Santa Fe and Albuquerque as the culprits try to cover their tracks. Review by Author Margaret Tessler: I admire (Greger's) story-telling skill! Another outstanding addition to the Sara Almquist series. An intriguing plot with believable characters combines to create a suspenseful story from start to finish. Review by Author Charlene Dietz: A baffling first sentence in Greger's mystery Fair Compromises plunges the reader headlong into unexpected twists of betrayal and jungle espionage, creating a can't-stop-reading-now experience in this fast-paced, well-written novel. Review by Author Thonie Hevron: The brilliant and tenacious Sara Alm

Ron Sewell

Abbey by Ron Sewell What would you think when told your father is dead? Abbey Lane hoped he had burnt in hell. Abbey’s connection with a lunatic hacker finds her mixed up in a game of global terror and intrigue. William Haliwell is a wily veteran of law enforcement. Over time, he has gained the influence and social network to get the job done. His superiors believe he is past his sell by date and want him retired. Yet he must get to the heart of the problem but he knows that for every action there is a reaction. Abbey presents Haliwell with a vital clue. His direct interference identifies a terrorist base, but what happens next is in the hands of MI6. 5 Stars: James Bond and Tom Clancy Move Over for William Haliwell! If you love contemporary thrillers and dramas with British flair, this is definitely your next read. I was addicted from the very first page. Personally, as someone who was rejected by my biological father, main character Abbey Lane tugs at

Lesley Lodge

Wayland’s Revenge (Historical Crime Thriller) by Lesley Lodge It’s 1647: a time of bitter civil wars in England. Wayland, the village blacksmith, returns from army service to find his wife, Rebecca, murdered and his son traumatised and struck dumb. Wayland’s overpowering desire for revenge is thwarted by the collapse of laws and a dearth of clues to her sadistic killer. Thwarted, that is, until the villagers ask him to investigate a runaway horse. Whilst searching for its rider, he discovers instead the body of a young boy, cut with symbols in the same way as Rebecca’s body had been. The clues abound and confuse with elements of witchcraft, religious hatred and the enmities of civil war. Wayland sets out on a perilous journey to find the killer, taking with him his son Jonathan and Alun, a canny Welsh baker. But just as they find their first suspect, they are trapped in the brutal Siege of Colchester, facing ever more dangerous challenges. Wayland, Alun and Jonathan mu