Reviews - Suspense/Thriller

Liar, Liar
Winter
Austin

FBI agent Liza Bartholomew has returned to Eider, Iowa in search of an elusive scam artist. The local sheriff, Shane Hamilton, has his hands full with a recent crime wave and is annoyed at having to deal with an FBI agent, even one as beautiful as Liza. But, they soon discover their cases could be connected, which puts them in the awkward position of having to work together.

Secret Relations
Rebecca
Forster

Finn O’Brien is a recently divorced Los Angeles police detective. As a distraction, he agrees to help his partner’s daughter, Amber, find her new boyfriend who hasn’t checked in to work and isn’t answering his cell phone. Although Finn’s case load is heavy, and a recent raid on a house taken over by a local gang is sucking a lot of his energy, he cannot say no.

Valentin Vermeulen UN fraud investigator is on a new case in Maputo, Mozambique. His current case involves a small organization that looks like it has misappropriated millions. Upon further inspection, it seems like the institution is innocent and is pointing in the direction of a more substantial corporation that has something to hide.

Maggie O’Shea left her music behind after nearly being murdered a year ago, and now it’s time dig deep and find it once again. Unbeknownst to her, the man responsible is determined to get his revenge.

Poetic Justice
H.B.
Moore

Revenge, as they say, is sweet, and Claire Vetra is ready to enjoy a long overdue and delectable taste of justice. Her plan is to exact revenge on the father and son team behind a secret organization known as the “World Alliance Order”.  This organization had Claire kidnapped, and then held her captive while they performed painful medical tests on her.

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