Every once in a while, a new release will catch my eye and I can’t wait to share it with the world.
That’s the case today.
I’ve been waiting months for this collection of stories to be available. The title alone was enough to capture my attention. With this list of contributing authors, I knew these stories were exactly what I was searching for.
Here’s the rundown.
Grave Dangers: A Thriller, Suspense, And Horror Collection
Whether it be in a small town, an abandoned asylum, or a bustling city, no one is safe from the ugliest parts of human nature. A social media influencer, a college student, a detective – titles make no difference when death plays Russian Roulette.
Question is, who will be next?
Fifteen amazing stories sure to keep you up at night…
Black Hollow by S. K. Gregory--Lore returns home after learning her twin sister has been murdered. As she tries to uncover the truth, she discovers a world she never knew existed.
Protecting His Wolfe by Melissa Keir--Crime is rampant. The police’s hands are tied. But mine aren’t. Some would call me a vigilante, but I prefer savior. This town is mine, and the crime’s got to go.
Red Ribbon Murders by Elena Blake and Killian Wrathmore--
The Chrysanthemum Curse by Doyle Fawcett & Spiro Griffith-- Never Take What's Not Yours
Waiting in Darkness by Maegan Beaumont--She's forgotten who she is. Who she belongs to. That's he's waiting for her... in darkness.
Altered Memories by Jennifer Wedmore--
Voices by Kayla Krantz--Lynn’s always heard voices, but what if she’s not the crazy one?
Predatory Evil by Sheri Chapman-- Demonic creatures invade the Earth and threaten humanity
And many more!
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Including PROTECTING HIS WOLFE
(The Pigg Detective Agency: Book 1)
By Melissa Keir
Crime is rampant. The police’s hands are tied. But mine aren’t. Some would call me a vigilante, but I prefer savior. This town is mine, and the crime’s got to go.
Innocent Betsie Wolfe stumbles upon a murder. The small-town girl had left her cozy little life for a job in the big city, never expecting to become a witness to a murder or face vicious threats. I’d hoped she would run back to her preacher father, but she’s made of sterner stuff, and I can respect that.
Handsome Detective Jonah Pigg is attracted to the ingénue and settles her into his home under the protection of the three brothers who own the Pigg Detective Agency. It will take all his detective work to keep her safe, and I won’t make it easy.
Passion has a way of igniting when people are under stress, and lust leads Betsie and Jonah into each other’s arms. But will the good detective be able to save her, or will she become another victim?
One way or another, this town will be cleaned up.
Jonah slapped his hand against the table then jumped to his feet. “Argh! Why can’t we get a break in this case?” He brushed his hand through his hair and strode around the conference table.
“Ninety days and, while we have more dead criminals, we haven’t a clue about who’s doing the killing.”
He perched on the edge of the table and studied the crime board. Sometimes talking through things aloud helped, but he’d done that time and time again, to no avail. He’d been back to the morgue to push Frank to find something, anything, but the killer hadn’t given them a clue. Whoever was killing the criminals—suspected criminals in the eye of the law—was cleaning up the town, but citizens shouldn’t be taking the law into their own hands. The perpetrator had become the police, judge, jury, and executioner. Numerous faces stared back at him from the board. All mug shots. Seventeen people. Sure, they’d all been convicted at some point of something. Yet, they could have gone straight.
Jonah bit back a laugh. “Yeah, right. These guys haven’t turned a new leaf.” Some, like Todd Gregory, had been in and out of jail since their teens. “The only thing missing from the board are women.” He scanned the images again. Surely, Arlington had women criminals. A lady of the evening, a drug dealer, or even a murderer. He slowly stood and leaned toward the images. “The boys in blue have picked up both men and women over the last four months. Put them through the system. But no ladies have shown up here…tied to the serial killer. Hmmm.”
He laced his hands behind his back and ambled around the room.