FBI

Airborne

For Fans of Danger, Action and Complex Plots Airborne takes readers on an action-packed adventure where biological weapons in the form of a deadly virus are unleashed on an unsuspecting airplane full of people. The virus acts fast, and Heather… Read More ›

The Traitor’s Pawn

My favorite kind of novel starts right in the middle of the action! The Traitor’s Pawn kicks off with an attempted abduction as Aubrey Grayson tries to make sense of why anyone would want to kidnap her.

Dead End

What an incredible roller coaster ride! Dead End gives readers so many thrilling plot twists as Kaely Quinn finds herself in the worst possible predicament: facing her serial killer father in an attempt to locate a copy cat killer.

End Game

If you are a fan of FBI, CIA, and all of the other alphabet organizations, this novel brings several government agencies together to solve the crimes.

Vow of Justice

The fourth in the Blue Justice series, Vow of Justice gives readers Linc St. John’s story. If you are a fan of the series, Vow of Justice hits the mark in suspense, action and intriguing plot, just like all of the other novels in the series!

Best in Intense Suspense

Here’s to the serial killer plot lines. The stories that keep us reading all night long because you have to read every last word to get to the end. Otherwise you’ll never sleep. Some suspense novels bring intensity to a whole new level, with intricate plots that will stick in your mind long after you put the book down.

Fatal Strike

While plenty of action, the book feels like a ride along with the two detectives. Fatal Strike follows Leah and Jon, and readers get to put together clues right along side of them.

Fire Storm

Fire Storm delves deeper into Kaley’s character, and readers see her internal struggles with her relationships, especially with her mom but also Noah. How can she trust anyone after her tumultuous past?

Mind Games

For fans of psychological thrillers: the name of the book rings true. The intricate plot plays with your mind and you’ll still be thinking about the book long after you finish it.