A serial killer with a past. A detective with a secret…
Twenty-five years ago, the Stretford Slasher murdered eight women and was locked behind bars for life. But after the notorious serial killer dies in prison, there is a new series of attacks bearing all the hallmarks of the originals. Victims are being targeted in broad daylight and people are scared to go out…
Recently promoted Detective Inspector Jessica Daniel is heading up the investigation. To unmask the culprit, Jessica must first unravel the truth behind decades of secrets. With so many leads, she enlists the help of Detective Superintendent Niall Hambleton – the man who arrested the Stretford Slasher.
Will Jessica be able to connect the crimes before someone else gets hurt? And how far will she go to solve the case?
Hopeless romantic Bea has been having the same recurring dream for more than ten years. In this dream, she meets a man in a park and knows he’s the one. When he dream becomes a reality and she meets Dan, she couldn’t be happier. The more she gets to know Dan, the more she wonders if he’s actually Mr. Right, or if she’s just forcing the relationship because she feels like she’s supposed to. Will Bea work up the courage to end things and realize she wants more?
When Tilda starts dating Felix, things seem perfect. Felix is charming, handsome, and well off, and Tilda’s twin sister Callie immediately likes him. It’s not long before Callie witnesses an incident that makes her question Felix and whether or not Tilda is safe with him.
After seeing bruises on Tilda’s arms, Callie joins an internet support group for women who are in abusive relationships, or people who know someone in an abusive relationship. Callie immediately bonds with two of the other women in the group, and they take turns sharing about the controlling men in their lives. When one of them is killed, Callie’s life starts to spiral, especially when Felix is found dead not long later. Things are not always as they seem, and Callie is determined to find out the truth once and for all.
During a night of partying, Aimee and her friend Kelly meet two men who are charming and kind. Or so they think. When Aimee wakes up the next day, she finds that she’s locked in a cage with a number of other people, all who have also been kidnapped. When she learns that she will be a pawn in the deadly game of sadistic killers, she will do anything to escape.
Detective Johnson has always been one step behind the killers, but this case has now become personal to him. Aimee’s goal is survival. Can she hang onto her sanity (and her life) long enough to escape? As Aimee and Detective Johnson’s paths draw closer together, Aimee will come to realize that she’s no ordinary girl, and Johnson will realize that this is no ordinary case.
I’m thrilled to be part of the blog tour for The Man in the Wall! As soon as I read the description for the book, I was immediately hooked!
After moving to a new apartment building with her mother and siblings, Alva’s interest in ghosts and the supernatural intensifies. She’s convinced her deceased grandmother’s paintings have some sort of hidden message in them, and she’s determined to figure out what they are.
When a murder takes place in one of the other apartment units, tensions escalate as the police can’t figure out how the killer got in and out of the apartment, or where they stored the body for the two weeks it was missing.
When a serial killer resides in plain sight, Alva may be in more danger than she ever could have imagined.
I know we aren’t even into December yet, but there are so many books I’m excited about that are releasing in 2018, and I wanted to share them with you all! All of the titles link to Goodreads and I’ve included the descriptions for each below!
At fifteen years old, Millie is living with a foster family preparing to testify against her mother, who has killed nine children while Millie was living at home with her. As the trial draws nearer, Millie still hears her mother in her head, and can’t help but wonder if she’s more similar to her mother than she cares to admit. Will Millie follow in her mothers footsteps, or will she choose a new life?