This was another great book in Dawn’s Forgotten Coast Series. Maggie and her fellow policemen are searching for a killer who strangled a woman and threw her in the bay. There are several suspects, few twists to keep you interested. The story moves nicely even with Maggie dealing with a few personal problems.
This is a story about an American spy and a Germany nurse who’s paths cross during the WWII.
A German girl who was formerly part of the White Rose movement and disillusioned with the Nazi regime finds an American spy who had parachuted into the country and, unfortunately, had broke both of his legs. The story is about building trust. They both need each other in order to survive.
While serving in the Civil War Major Silas Deveraux went through terrible experiments performed by mad scientists. After the war he joins the Bureau of Extraordinaires to protect other from men like him. Agatha is also an extraordinaire but a very different type with origins a thousand times more enigmatic than his own. Together they work to uncover a most diabolic plot that has more secrets than tick marks on an aether meter’s clockwork face.
They say miracles don’t happen, and that’s true, to an extent. However, in Bicho Raro, that’s something you’ll never hear anyone say.
From the dawn of time, the Soria family trades in miracles. For generations, the members of this extraordinary family, the Saints as the pilgrims call them, have helped people in need of redemption on the condition that they’ll never interfere with their healing process or else, they’ll suffer from consequences, too.
What happens when one breakes this unwritten rule? All The Crooked Saints will help you find out.
When Christy-Lynn is told by the police that her husband, a famous author, has died in a car accident, she also finds out that there was a half naked woman in the car with him who also died. She had no idea that he was having an affair but once the news becomes public, the media begins to harass her about it. With the unrelenting media scrutiny, Christy-Lynn escapes from her home and drives until she finds a small town to hide out in. As she learns to deal with her husband’s death, she has to learn from the fact that she has hidden out her entire life to try to escape the memories from a horrific childhood. Will she be able to open herself up to happiness in her life despite all that has happened to her?
Cat was eight years old when Maryanne Doyle, a pretty teenager from the Irish town where Cat’s family was on holiday, disappeared. Cat and her older sister were both reasonably obsessed with Maryanne, as was nearly every male in town.
While no one could figure out where Maryanne could have gone, Cat knew one thing: her father told a lie when he said he didn’t know anything about Maryanne or her disappearance. And their relationship was never the same after that day.
Eighteen years later, Cat is a Detective Constable with London’s Metropolitan Police Force. Still a little on edge after the troubling end to her last case, she is quickly thrown into a new case, this one dealing with the murder of a young wife named Alice Lapaine. Cat and her colleague believe Alice’s husband is the prime suspect in her murder once more and more information is uncovered about their relationship, but all that changes when the police department receives a phone call which links Alice to Maryanne Doyle.
Texas Ranger Rory Yates has been banished to McAllen, Texas because he shot and killed someone in Waco. However, after catching a bad guy in McAllen, he’s back on the good list of law enforcement. Then he gets a call from his ex-wife in Rosebud, TX and he’s immediately on his way to her side. She’s terrified after receiving threatening calls. Unfortunately, while he makes the drive, she is been murdered. He’s been cautioned not to get involved with the investigation but what’s a Texas Ranger supposed to do?