My Sister’s Detective

by T.J. Jones


His best friend’s been murdered, an old flame needs his help, and her little sister has definitely grown up! Eric Slater has a lot to sort out. Mystery, Murder, and Romance on the Florida coast. A wry tale of intrigue, deception, and two people that can’t help falling in love.
“A refreshing take on the Detective genre that will have you cheering out loud for Maggie and Slater.”

Point Road, home of the obscenely wealthy and the beautiful Jeffries sisters. Eric Slater returns from the Navy to find that his childhood friend may have been murdered. Angela Jeffries begs him to investigate, and Maggie, the little sister he barely remembers, wants to help. It turns out, the stunning redhead is one hell of an investigator.

As their feelings turn romantic, Maggie and Slater follow a trail of deception and murder, hoping to prove their dead friend innocent of what they fear most. No one is safe, and the men involved will stop at nothing to cover their tracks, tracks that will lead the pair into the dark world of child trafficking, and expose the worst secrets of Point Road.


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Category: Mystery – Private Investigators

Consumed (An Agent Hank Rawlings FBI Thriller Book 2)

by E.H. Reinhard


Consumed: Book 2 in the Agent Rawlings Series of FBI Thrillers

Dismembered bodies of women for hire litter the sides of the road in rural Tennessee. It has happened before, thirty years prior.

Not knowing if the murders are that of a copycat or the original killer making a reappearance, Agent Hank Rawlings, along with Agent Beth Harper, is once again dispatched to the scene.

With little help from the local authorities and limited resources at their disposal, Hank, Beth, and a local agent are tasked with pulling back the layers of deceit to circle closer to the man responsible.

If they had only known the sheer horror of what awaited them at the end of their search, they might have opted to sit this one out.


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Category: Thrillers – Crime

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