For Those Cold Fall Evenings
Here are a few page-turners for these cold fall evenings.
Nowhere to Run
By Nancy Bush
You can't go wrong with a Nancy Bush novel. They are always page-turners.
Liv Dugan leaves the office for lunch, and when she returns, just about everyone in her office has been shot. Liv soon realizes that the shootings are collateral damage because the killer was looking for her.
A package from her adopted mother, dead for many years, is sent to Liv as requested now that she is 26. What does that package contain that would cause someone to want Liv dead?
Hard to put this one down.
Don't Say a Word
By Beverly Barton
This killer has planned his revenge very carefully, brutally murdering his victims.
Julia Cass, who has just arrived in Chattanooga to join the police department, is immediately put on the investigation, working with FBI agent Will Brannock, a friend of her brother's. As the murders continue, it looks as though authorities are up against a brick wall.
Can Julia and Will discover who the next victim will be in time to save a life?
By Steven Gore
Private investigator Graham Gage tries to find out the story behind a deathbed call from an old buddy.
The man's wife wants the truth about what her husband was involved in, and it appears it wasn't pretty. Gage puts his own life on the line to unveil political corruption at the highest level.
Eyes Wide Open
By Andrew Gross
This is a tale of two brothers, one -successful, the other disturbed and living at the poverty level.
When Charlie and his wife contact Jay to come when their son is found at the bottom of a cliff, apparently having committed suicide, Jay arrives to help them make arrangements, but finds himself launching his own investigation.
Even though his nephew has had issues, this suicide makes no sense. Jay immerses himself in trying to uncover the truth and finds he has put himself as well as the rest of the family in danger.
Contact Faye Dasen at fdasen@ thepilot.com.
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