Say You’re Sorry – Karen Rose

Good. She was waking up. Took her long enough. He took a drag on his cigarette and blew the smoke into her face. A coughing fit ensued, and by the time she’d calmed down, her dark eyes were open and staring up at him. She was scared. This pleased him. He smiled down at her. […]

Saving Meghan – D.J. Palmer

BECKY Panic gripped her as the airplane’s hatch door closed. Her heartbeat skittered against the tightness stretched across her chest. The air tasted stale, harder to take in as her breathing turned rapid and shallow. A thin sheen of sweat dampened her face and coated her body. Her skin stuck to the seat’s faux leather […]

Savage Beast – Sloane Howell

YOU CAN’T UNDERSTAND BEING IN the middle of nowhere, until you’ve been in the middle of nowhere. Lightning fireworked across a few distant thunderheads behind Crossroads Gentlemen’s Club. The humid air buzzed with electricity as the storm brewed in the distance, gathering energy. I glanced left then right, before strolling across the intersection of the […]

Santa Claws Calamity – Addison Moore, Bellamy Bloom

My name is Bizzy Baker, and I read minds. Not every mind, not every time, but it happens, and believe me when I say it’s not all it’s cracked up to be. Like say now for instance. My, my—Camila Ryder offers a dark smile as she takes me in—aren’t you and Jasper an adorable couple? […]

Run Away – Harlan Coben

Simon sat on a bench in Central Park—in Strawberry Fields, to be more precise—and felt his heart shatter. No one could tell, of course, at least not at first, not until the punches started flying and two tourists from Finland of all places started screaming while nine other park visitors from a wide variety of […]

Rules of Engagement – Camilla Chafer

“It’s a mystery,” said Solomon. His dark eyes pierced me with the kind of look that I was sure he usually reserved for a special type of criminal. I may have been many things but I wasn’t that brand of criminal. At the top of my list of personal identities I, Lexi Graves, was a […]

Rosie and Ruby – Patricia Dixon

Ruby lay underneath her cold blankets, mesmerised by the flashing blue lights that illuminated her bedroom walls. Sirens wailed and tyres screeched as the police pursued the thrill-seeking low life who obviously had nothing better to do on a Saturday night, other than pinch a car and race it around the estate. It wasn’t unusual […]

Roses of May – Dot Hutchison

Her name is Darla Jean Carmichael, and she’s your first. But then, you don’t know that yet. What you know, on this fine spring day, is that it seems even God himself has gone out of his way to make her look more beautiful. She’s all innocent beauty, no artifice or vanity; it’s why you […]

Room 553 – Britney King

I s it bad?” “No.” “Did I hurt you?” she asked. Or maybe she said, “Does it hurt?” I can’t recall which. Either way, it never occurred to me to lie. I shook my head. “Are you angry with me?” “No.” At the time, this was true. There in that hotel room, everything was true. […]

River Bodies – Karen Katchur

He was watching her. Becca didn’t always have to see him to know that he was there. Sometimes she could just sense him, feel the weight of his stare, aware his eyes were on her as she ran the narrow trail along the river. He knew her morning routine, timing it right to catch her […]

Requiem – Lauren E. Rico

The car is silent, save for the gentle swish of the wipers on the windshield. It’s raining just enough that I have to use them, and not quite enough so that they don’t make that dragging rubber noise as they squeegee across. Next to me, my mother is staring out the passenger window, watching the […]

Reputation – Sara Shepard

Maybe you got it at birth. Maybe you gained it through hard work. Perhaps you have yours because you’re charitable, or ambitious, or an asshole. It’s your reputation. Everyone’s got one. And if you think reputations don’t matter, you’re wrong. Good reputations lift velvet ropes. They get you approved for loans; they’re your ticket to […]

Repressed – Elisabeth Naughton

Go after him. Fear pushed her adrenaline up, made her pulse beat hard and fast in her veins. Seth had told her to go home. But she couldn’t. Not if he was in trouble. He might need her. Her feet moved before she even realized what was happening. Crisp air filled her lungs as she […]

Redemption – David Baldacci

ON A REFRESHINGLY BRISK , beautifully clear fall evening, Amos Decker was surrounded by dead bodies. Yet he wasn’t experiencing the electric blue light sensation that he usually did when confronted by the departed. There was a perfectly good reason for this: None of these were recent deaths. He was back in his hometown of […]

Red Velvet Vengeance – Addison Moore

I see dead people. Mostly I see those of the furry dearly departed variety, but on occasion I see a bona fide once upon a human. But unfortunately for me, I’m not looking into the eyes of some adorable little long-dead creature. I’m looking into the eyes of a very much alive human—Carlotta Sawyer, my […]

Red Alert – James Patterson, Marshall Karp

There were only four words beneath the tattoo of the Grim Reaper on Aubrey Davenport’s inner left thigh. But they spoke volumes. Death is my aphrodisiac And nowhere in the entire city was her libido more on point than at the Renwick Smallpox Hospital, a crumbling three-story, U-shaped monster on the southern tip of Roosevelt […]

Recursion – Blake Crouch

Barry Sutton pulls over into the fire lane at the main entrance of the Poe Building, an Art Deco tower glowing white in the illumination of its exterior sconces. He climbs out of his Crown Vic, rushes across the sidewalk, and pushes through the revolving door into the lobby. The night watchman is standing by […]

Reckless Magic – Evie Hart

Haven Lake’s famous summer festival is here—and so is another dead body. Two months after solving the murder of the Head of the Witch Council and almost dying in the process, Avery Thorn has re-settled into life in Haven Lake. Snow is still ornery, Aristotle is still playing Scrabble in the attic with Lady Barnacles […]

Rapture in Death – J.D. Robb

The alley was dark and stank of piss and vomit. It was home for quick-footed rats and the bony, hungry-eyed felines who hunted them. Red eyes glinted in the dark, some of them human, all of them feral. Eve’s heart tripped lightly as she slipped into the fetid, damp-edged shadows. He’d gone in, she was […]

Ragdoll – Daniel Cole

Samantha Boyd ducked under the wobbly police barrier and glanced up at the statue of Lady Justice perched atop London’s infamous Old Bailey courtrooms. Intended as a symbol of strength and integrity, Samantha now saw her for what she really was: a disillusioned and despairing woman on the verge of pitching herself off the rooftop […]


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