Mystery/Suspense

When Adriana Chambers observes a stranded motorist struggling to change his tire, she sees in his distress an opportunity to be a good Samaritan. Pulling over, she offers her help but she gets much more than the satisfaction of serving.

As the beautiful young college student finds herself the only witness to the man’s whereabouts that morning, she is unwittingly drawn into a criminal investigation that tests her powers of deduction. The stranded motorist, Jerzy Grabowski, has been charged with murder. The complication—he’s innocent.

Alongside handsome detective Brad Osborne, her only ally, Adriana embarks on a treacherous journey through the maze of organized crime in an effort to prove Jerzy’s innocence. But when Adriana discovers a connection between this mob hit and the legacy of lies left by her estranged father, her determination to uncover the truth jeopardizes all she holds dear. With time running out, she must untangle the tightly woven tapestry of conspiracy if she wants to live.

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Title: Framed

Author: Clair Poulson

Publisher: Covenant

Release Date: April 1, 2013

ISBN: 978-1621081593

Size: 223 pages, 6×9, softcover

Genre: Mystery/Suspense


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He knows where she works.

He knows where she lives.

And soon, they’ll come face-to-face.

Erin Lewis is an up-and-coming fashion designer building up her career in New York City. With a loving husband, a great assistant, and working in the field of her dreams, she couldn’t be happier.

But perfection can’t last forever.

When a long string of tragedies shakes Erin to her core, she doesn’t know how to keep moving forward day by day. And when she is targeted by a brutal serial killer, she must find the inner strength she never knew she had just to survive.

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Title: Be Mine

Author: Sandra Norton Flynn

Publisher: Self

Release Date: April 6, 2013

ASIN: B00C8T6GOK

Size: __ pages, ebook

Genre: Suspense


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Running Home by Cami Checketts

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