Intense Suspense

Nine

Nine by Rachelle Dekker drops readers into the middle of the action. A woman and a teenager are being chased through the woods by men with guns. The girl barely escapes but has no memories of who she is and only a vague idea of who she can trust. Zoe Johnson finds the lost girl, Lucy, and takes her in. But Zoe doesn’t realize that Lucy is no ordinary girl and the entire government will stop at nothing to bring Lucy back into their custody.

Minutes to Die

Minutes to Die by Susan Sleeman takes readers deep into homeland security investigations. The Red team is comprised of several different agencies responsible for tracking down terrorists and keeping Americans safe. Kiley Dawson heads up the investigation as all signs point to a massive terrorist attack to take place on the anniversary of 9/11. Her team races the clock to find the suspects and stop them.

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.