Kidnapping

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“Allott delivers her intricate and suspenseful story with the voice of a literary writer.

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“Darcey Bell builds suspense until one almost wants to skip to the end just to relieve the tension by more quickly knowing what happens.”

“The claustrophobic catacombs, Shayna’s inability to speak French, the loss of her phone, and her sister’s warning to trust no one create a claustrophobic and paranoid novel.”

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"Thin Ice is primed for a sequel."

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“A subtle, but ceaseless undercurrent of tension throughout builds to a shocking crescendo in the final pages.”

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Heaven, My Home is a well-wrought novel in the hands of a master storyteller.”

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“Clearly inheriting the mantel of Jim Thompson and Donald Westlake (and admittedly strongly influenced by them), this walk-on-the-dark-side author will also appeal to readers of early Garry

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“Imagine Stephen King and Alfred Hitchcock penning a tome of nightmarish menace and dread. This would be it.

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“This one truly deserves the accolade of that reviewing cliché—the “roller coaster ride”—for its breathless and suspenseful narrative.”

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Good Girl, Bad Girl is an impeccable thriller with a plot that encompasses murder, incest, drugs, abuse, torture, sex—you name it, this book has it.”

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“Sager fans and new readers alike will enjoy this heart-pounding thriller that cleverly weaves economic anxiety with something a whole lot darker.”

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“The Oracle is good entertainment, and the attention it pays to the need for proper schools for girls in Nigeria is important.”

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“A bit over long, the novel’s denouement is sufficiently satisfying to have made the journey worthwhile.”

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When a crime is committed, it should be considered the suspect is presumed innocent until proven guilty. Unfortunately, this is not the case with Karl Lawson. 

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“Anyone who loves a study of human behavior under catastrophic circumstances will be swept away by Fields’ dynamic prose and intense psychological suspense.”

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"gripping . . ."

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“a page-turner from the onset.”

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“a truly exceptional suspense story with a unique protagonist who isn’t to be underestimated.”

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“The Silent Ones is both a riveting suspense novel and a philosophical exploration of the dangers of remaining silent, both to oneself and to the wider community.”