Caged to Kill
After 30 yrs of solitary in a cell the size of a small bathroom, Phillip Dawkins is a survivor. Finally cleared of his wrongful conviction for murdering a cop, he’s determined to live as a free man. He turns to his only friends–his lawyer, David Thompson, and Thompson’s wife and son–for help with the transition. Modern life for a man all alone since the 1980s is stressful enough. But when Phillip perceives that the government is after him, he’s pushed to his breaking point. He fears “they’re” out to put back in his cell or to put him 6 feet under. He begins to doubt his sanity and innocence. And it’s getting harder to resist his inner voice urging him to kill David, and maybe his family too . . .
A Friend Like That
Alice Brewster is at a low point. After being let go from her job at the ritzy Grant Hotel, she’s taken to hiding out at a dingy Manhattan pub just so that she won’t have to tell anyone the shameful truth. So when blonde, beautiful Taylor waltzes in one sunny afternoon, Alice is ready for the distraction of an unpredictable new friend. As Alice and Taylor get closer, Alice confesses the real reason she lost her job — a hotel guest, the wealthy real estate mogul Weston Chambers, assaulted her.
Close to the Bone
Detective Megan Thomas’s latest case is far too close to home… A woman is found on a beach, weeping over her missing child. A businessman’s broken body is found on the floor of a luxury flat. Detective Megan Thomas thought that moving to the beautiful coastline of Devon would be quieter than her undercover life in London. But the cases she’s working on prove that evil can strike anywhere, and she’s determined to put it right.