Category: Suspense/Thriller

Macaron Massacre – Addison Moore

I see dead people. Mostly I see dead pets, and on the rare occasion I do see a dearly departed of the human variety, but right now, I’m seeing a man that I wish I could kill with my bare hands. Rich Dallas has his own leathery mitts around my mother’s waist as they observe […]

M for Murder – Keri Beevis

He had known from the beginning that they would come for him eventually and, in a way, he guessed he was lucky that it had taken them so long to find him. Almost eight years. Seven years, ten months and twenty-seven days, if you wanted to be exact. He knew of course, because he had […]

Luring – Blake Pierce

Hope Nelson took a last look around the store as she got ready to close up for the night. She was tired, and it had been a long, slow business day. It was after midnight, and she’d been here since early that morning. She was alone now, because she’d sent the last of her grumbling […]

Love You Gone – Rona Halsall

‘When will you ever learn?’ Luke said to the boy sitting beside him, his frustration apparent in every syllable. ‘Didn’t that black eye teach you anything?’ Callum stared at him, his bottom lip quivering slightly, the blue and yellow haze around his right eye all that was left of his injury. Defiance shone in his […]

Love Me Dead – Lisa Renee Jones

Thank you so much for picking up LOVE ME DEAD! Before you read on, I want to warn you that while this Lilah Love case will standalone over its own two-book duet, there is a rich history to Lilah’s life you discover in the launch duet—MURDER NOTES and MURDER GIRL. You will enjoy the series […]

Love Kills – Lisa Renee Jones

Love Kills picks up right where Love Me Dead left off. Lilah Love, our resident badmouthed FBI profiler is in a faceoff with the Umbrella Man. A serial killer who is wreaking havoc in New York, killing women, and getting Lilah’s attention in all the wrong ways. There’s parts of this case that just can’t […]

Lost – James Patterson

MIAMI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT isn’t exactly a tranquil space on a normal day—if there’s such a thing as a normal day at MIA. Now, as I watched a human trafficker strolling toward the immigration portal with six kids in tow, it felt like a hurricane was about to hit indoors. An illtempered Customs supervisor from the […]

Look For Me – Lisa Gardner

A YEAR LATER, WHAT SARAH remembered most was waking up to the sound of giggling. “Shhh. Not so loud! My roommates hate it when I bring boys home. Killjoys need their beauty sleep.” “So, no making noises? Like this?” A wolf howl from outside Sarah’s bedroom door. Fresh giggling. Then loud thumps as someone, probably […]

Look Behind You – Iris Johansen

“ANOTHER SODA AND LIME. Easy on the lime this time.” The bartender pursed her lips and gave him a pitying look. She obviously thought he was a recovering alcoholic, desperately clinging to sobriety by his fingernails. He was nothing of the sort. He just needed to keep his wits about him. Zachary looked up at […]

Look Alive Twenty-Five – Janet Evanovich

VINCENT PLUM BAIL Bonds is one of several storefront businesses on Hamilton Avenue in Trenton, New Jersey. It’s run by my cousin Vinnie and owned by his wiseguy father-inlaw, Harry the Hammer. Connie Rosolli is the office manager. My name is Stephanie Plum, and my official title is bond enforcement agent. I’m assisted by Lula. […]

Long Road to Mercy – David Baldacci

EENY, MEENY, MINY, MOE. FBI Special Agent Atlee Pine stared up at the grim facade of the prison complex that housed some of the most dangerous human predators on earth. She had come to see one of them tonight. ADX Florence, about a hundred miles south of Denver, was the only supermax prison in the […]

Long Range – C.J. Box

THE SLEEK GOLDEN PROJECTILE EXPLODED INTO THE THIN mountain air at three thousand feet per second. It was long and heavy with a precise pointed tip and a boat-tail design tapering from the back shank, and it twisted at over three hundred and fifty thousand rotations per minute. Designed by ballistic engineers and weighing one […]

Long Bright River – Liz Moore

There’s a body on the Gurney Street tracks. Female, age unclear, probable overdose, says the dispatcher. Kacey, I think. This is a twitch, a reflex, something sharp and subconscious that lives inside me and sends the same message racing to the same base part of my brain every time a female is reported. Then the […]

Lock Me In – Kate Simants

You want to know fear? Imagine someone there, every day when you wake. Imagine knowing, without even opening your eyes, that someone is watching you. Take your time. Let your mind get used to consciousness. A girl. There. Not in the passage, not at the door, or by the window. Not even at the end […]

Lock Every Door – Riley Sager

Light slices the darkness, jerking me awake. My right eye—someone’s prying it open. Latex-gloved fingers part the lids, yanking on them like they’re stubborn window shades. There’s more light now. Harsh. Painfully bright. A penlight, aimed at my pupil. The same is done to my left eye. Pry. Part. Light. The fingers release my lids, […]

Little Monsters – Kara Thomas

They fire off a round of texts at me five minutes after midnight: We’re coming. Get ready. They’re not threats, but my friends have a way of making even the simplest demands feel like ultimatums. Sneak out. I don’t have a choice: if I say no, they’ll make sure I’m fully aware of how much […]

Little Lovely Things – Maureen Joyce Connolly

When Claire Rawlings thought of her family, it was more with the mind of a geologist than a physician—the sweeping drumlin of Andrea’s collarbone, the narrow plain of Lily’s sternum, the sculpted features of Glen’s face. Her dreams, too, were crowded with images of rocks and continents gliding, meeting at ragged seams, and then drifting […]

Little Liar – Clare Boyd

The nurse washed me down. I was weak on my legs. The bloody flannel between my legs didn’t embarrass me. I was flying as high as a kite. Delirious. Forgetful of what was to come. My baby had black hair and blue eyes. He didn’t have a name yet. He would need a good name. […]

Little Girls Sleeping – Jennifer Chase

The oversized tires obliterated the rural roadway before the large truck came to an abrupt stop. The driver stalled the engine. Dust rose in a curious flowering cloud, swirling in front of the vehicle’s hood and creeping toward the back of the camper shell. When the surrounding vicinity finally cleared, a dense forest landscape emerged. […]

Little Girl Lost – Addison Moore

Your husband is having an affair with my wife!” Faulk Oden stands in my doorway, creating a shadow over me with his enormous German frame. His red hair coils around his neck the color of burnt leaves in the fall. His freckles are loosely masked from the slap of a Los Angeles summer still raging […]


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