Play Dead (D.I. Kim Stone Book 4)By Angela Marsons


PLay Dead
Play Dead, Cover



The Body Farm

Play Dead Is An Intense Psychological Thriller



D.I. Kim Stone is back in action in book 4 of the Stone Series.  Play Dead is an action packed thrill ride of suspense from the first pages to the last pages with nonstop plotting and development.

Westerley research facility, aka the body farm, is the dumping ground for a depraved and evil murderer.  Bodies that do not belong on the farm are appearing and D.I. Kim Stone and her team are assigned to solve this disturbing and confusing case.  However, the villain has made a mistake and left a victim alive but horribly injured.  As a result can Stone and her team solve this case or will forces that they have no control derail the


Open Season By Maryann Miller




Open Season
Open Season



Detective Sarah Kingsley’s career has taken a bit of a left turn after the shooting death of her partner and the shooting death of the suspect at her hands.  A young black youth has died.  Racial tensions are spinning out of control thanks to the good Reverend Billie Norton and a self-serving news reporter.  The review board finds it a good shoot, but still there are political, departmental, and community issues to overcome.  Meanwhile, partnered with a Black female cop, tensions are spiraling between Sarah and Angel.

Bodies are dropping, Sarah and Angel are at each others throat, Angel’s family is against the pairing of their black daughter with a white cop, and


All The Beautiful Brides by Rita Herron

Book Review

Thirty years ago three young girls were murder at what is now called Graveyard Falls. Thirty years ago, Johnny Pike was convicted of the murders. Thirty years to the day, another murder has occurred with the same m.o., and now Johnny is due for parole.


Mona, psychologist, amateur profiler, and the widow of a FBI agent now lives in Graveyard Falls, but she is there for a reason. She was given up for adoption from this town and she is determined to find her birth mother. She


The President’s Shadow by Brad Meltzer

MysteriesThe President's Shadows abound in this novel.


Brad Meltzer is a very talented author; he has done it again in the latest offering for our delight.  The Culpepper Ring is back in action, hints, clues and mysteries are left all along the story.


Tot is hospitalized and in a coma, Beecher is consumed with mysteries of his father’s death, his old military unit and the White House, buried arms clutching­­­­­­­­­ something in the fist found in the Rose Garden of all places, and who was the insider that helped the culprit, a friends betrayal, Nico a psychotic killer and assassin has escaped the mental institution, Nico’s cancer ridden daughter Clementine, what’s she after?


The Knights of the Golden Circle what are they and why are they orchestrating events behind the scene and what is the final result they want?  Does the President really want Beecher to investigate and solve the mysteries; conspiracies abound. Beecher and the President are not friends and not quite the ultimate enemies; they could be described as frenemies; barely civil on the outside, killing enemies on the inside.


The President has sworn to destroy the Culpepper Ring along with Beecher; Beecher knows the President’s long buried secret that can destroy him. George Washington created the Culpepper Ring to


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