Sins of the Fathers
Twenty years ago, Rebecca Bennett’s father raped and killed Jack Conroy’s sister. Adopted and her name changed after the tragedy, Becca is desperately searching for her brother, Kevin, who has vanished. He is, as was their father, paranoid schizophrenic, and the string of rapes that is terrorizing the city started only days after he disappeared. Jack Conroy, Tulsa Police Department detective, is focused with razor sharp intensity on the hunt for the serial rapist whose violence is increasing with every offense. For Jack it’s personal: he sees his sister’s face in every victim. Aware of Becca only as a trauma therapist, Jack asks her to aid the investigation by working with the original rape survivors. She agrees, and soon her secrets and her life are on the line.
His Wife’s Sister
Mara Sitwell was only eleven when she went missing. Nineteen years later, she’s found alone and confused wandering through remote woodland. She says she was abducted and has been held captive in a tiny underground cell. But no one knows if she’s telling the whole truth. Her brother-in-law, Damian, certainly has his doubts and with Mara around begins to fear for the safety of his young family.
The Good Daughter
Raised in a crime family.
She wants out. When the mob kills her cop boyfriend and ruins her chances for a new life, mafia princess Marisa Peruzzo vows to bring them down–at the risk of destroying her family and the only life she’s known. A dedicated crime fighter. For FBI Agent Dave Armstrong justice means choosing between right and wrong, black and white, and nothing in between. There is no place in his city for criminals, and he is determined to put mob boss Carlo Peruzzo out of business. But Carlo is powerful, dangerous, and cunning, and so far has eluded Dave’s efforts to arrest him. Until Carlo’s daughter surprises Dave with an offer of help. But things aren’t always black and white.