In Girl Jacked (A Jack Stratton Book) by Christopher Greyson, officer Jack Stratton’s foster sister, Michelle, is missing. The police believe she just decided to leave but their foster mother, Aunt Haddie, knows that she wouldn’t take off without letting her know. Haddie knows that Jack is that one person that will find Michelle at all costs. Girl Jacked (A Jack Stratton Book) is the first novel in the Jack Stratton series. Continue reading Girl Jacked (A Jack Stratton Book) by Christopher Greyson
In Who Killed Vivien Morse (A DCI Hatherall Book) by Diana J. Febry, Vivien Morse, a social worker, is found beaten to death in the woods, it seems an open and shut case. Obviously, Vivian’s estranged husband is her killer. What seems to be isn’t always the case when one of Vivian’s co-workers goes missing. Can D.C.I. Hatherall solve the case of Who Killed Vivien Morse?Continue reading Who Killed Vivien Morse (A DCI Hatherall Book) by Diana J. Febry
In Gathering Prey by John Sandford, Letty, adopted daughter of Lucas Davenport, gets a call from a woman that considers herself a Traveler. Travelers are young people that roam the states peacefully. The woman’s fellow Travelers have started dying and she suspects foul play and is frightened she might be next. Letty insists on going to get her friend. Lucas is sure that there is nothing to the woman’s fear but insists on going with his daughter to protect her. What he finds is what they never expected.
The on-air reporter, Rachel Williamson, is kidnapped while helping Chief Sam Jenkins with a routine case. Sam soon discovers that the case is far from routine and poses a significant danger to both him and his missing friend. Heroes and Lovers is the third book in the Sam Jenkins series.
In Mad River by John Sandford, Three kids with dead-end lives are on a crime spree killing everyone who steps in their path. Virgil Flowers (“top BCA agent and troubleshooter”) is following the leads to find the unpredictable killers before they strike again. Mad River (A Virgil Flowers Novel) is the sixth book in the Virgil Flowers series.
In Stolen Prey by John Sandford, Lucas Davenport returns in the twenty-second novel Rules of Prey (Lucas Davenport) in the series by John Sandford. Lucas is mugged, and his arm is broken. While he heals, Lucas is caught up in a case of a family brutally murdered. The family has a lot of money going out that seems to not have an origin. Lucas must follow the trail to discover why the family was killed and to stop the rapid pile of bodies landing on the door of the case.