IN THE HUSH OF THE NIGHT by RAYMOND BENSON: The author of six James Bond novels delivers a gritty tale of modern crime, featuring FBI agent Annie Marino, who, after examining the case of a dead young woman possessing a tattoo of a bloody bear claw, becomes embroiled in a Russian human trafficking case. Read more at The Big Thrill.
BLACKOUT by ALEX SEGURA: In the latest in the Pete Fernandez series, the sports writer turned private investigator takes on a frightening assignment when startling new evidence in a cold case drags Pete back to his hometown of Miami and he delves deep into an unsolved murder, and the dark side of a powerful politician. Find out more here.
A DEATH OF NO IMPORTANCE by MARIAH FREDERICKS: In her debut adult novel, YA author Fredericks takes readers to 1910 and a scandalous New York City high-society murder, as seen through the eyes of a lady’s maid who discovers she is uniquely positioned to solve the crime as a woman no one sees but who witnesses everything. Learn more at The Big Thrill.
MY MOTHER’S SECRET By SANJIDA KAY: The Bristol-based acclaimed author of domestic suspense tells a story of a disaffected teenager, forced to work away from home, who is determined to discover what her mother is hiding after she witnesses a terrible crime and learns about a man who controls many destinies. Visit The Big Thrill for more.
YESTERDAY’S NEWS by R. G. BELSKY: In the first in a new series, former tabloid reporter Belsky writes about a female journalist who revisits the most famous case of her career, an eleven-year-old who disappeared on her way to school, but plunging into telling the truth of the tragedy poses lethal risks. Read more here.