Author: Steve N. Lee
Title: Blood Justice (Angel of Darkness Thriller, Noir & Hardboiled Crime Fiction Book 3)
When killing is so wrong, how can murder be so right?
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In the dead of night, a simple car theft in suburbia turns into a brutal homicide. White-picket-fence dreams aren’t supposed to turn into blood-drenched nightmares, so ex-assassin Tess Williams suspects dark secrets lurk behind the carnage. She’s hunted killers all over the world using her lethal skills, so believes tracking down some lowlife in her own backyard should be easy.
With the trail going cold, Tess launches a full-throttle investigation. Not just in the hope of finding the killer, but in the hope of finding redemption through helping those most in need of her unique talents.
Stalking NYC’s sleazy streets, Tess clashes with thugs and car thieves, but slams into one dead end after another. Gradually, she pieces together clues to the mystery, only to discover that a ruthless crime boss might hold the key to unveiling the killer’s identity. Someone not to be messed with. Someone connected. Someone deadly.
With the clock ticking, Tess has only two options if she’s going to survive this job – let the murderer go free to kill again, or confront a criminal mastermind and his army of henchmen.
Some crimes are worth killing for, but are they ever worth dying for?
Love assassin books, revenge thrillers, vigilante series, action novels, noir fiction, hard boiled mystery? Then you’ll love Steve N. Lee’s kick-ass hero, fast-paced plots, and Jack Reacher-style action.
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Author: Katherine Kim
Sarah only knew her grandmother left her the house in her will. The rest came as a bit of a shock.
Learning of her grandmother’s death shook Sarah Richards. She hadn’t seen the woman since she was a child, kept far away on the other side of the country by her overbearing mother. Now, though, she owned the house Gran had lived in, and Sarah was determined to break free of her mother’s controlling grasp.
Sarah was ready for the exhausting phone arguments with her mom and the grief that sat like a stone in her chest as she sorted through Gran’s things. She was not ready to come face to face with a nightmare creature on a suburban jogging path, nor to be rescued by a man who talked as though a wild fox like it was a normal conversation. Now Sarah is learning about Gran’s secret life, her not-quite-human friends, and even less human enemies. Sarah has the house, now she has to decide if she’s ready to accept the rest of what Gran passed down to her. Assuming they all survive the next few weeks.
Sarah’s Inheritance is the first book in the Spirits of Los Gatos series. If you like Andre Norten and Jaymin Eve, you’ll enjoy this tale of one woman finding out what she actually wants from life. Buy Sarah’s Inheritance now and see what secrets Los Gatos is hiding.
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