Suspense at the Stroke of Midnight

Suspense at the Stroke of Midnight

Written by: Maegan Beaumont

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  • Publisher: Llewellyn Worldwide
  • Publish Date: 2014-06-08
  • ISBN-10: 9780738743974
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In this collection of thrilling mysteries, the stakes are high for three daring women who take on dangerous killers. From the gritty streets of San Francisco and Los Angeles to the Somerset moors of England, these novels are gripping page-turners that will keep you guessing until the end. Carved in Darkness Maegan Beaumont Book 1 of the Sabrina Vaughn Novels Fifteen years ago, Melissa Walker was raped, tortured, and left for dead, but she survived and started a new life as Sabrina Vaughn, a San Francisco homicide detective. When a childhood acquaintance tracks her down and asks for help catching the same monster who attacked her, Sabrina is plunged into another living nightmare. “Beaumont’s ability to keep the twists coming . . . is quite potent.”?— Library Journal (starred review) In the Moors Nina Milton Book 1 of the Shaman Mysteries Shamanic counselor Sabbie Dare doesn’t believe her client, Cliff Houghton, is capable of evil. But when he becomes the prime suspect in the murder of a young boy, Sabbie travels deep into his subconscious and recovers forgotten memories. When another child goes missing, she must prove Cliff’s innocence and find the real killer. “Milton’s tale is riveting.” — Library Journal (starred review) Burden of Truth Terri Nolan Book 1 of the Birdie Keane Novels Investigative journalist Birdie Keane would give anything to see LAPD cop Matt Whelan, the love of her life, one more time. His sudden death has left her devastated and baffled. With dangerous forces closing in, Birdie races to decipher Matt’s last message for her. “An addictive read . . . Think Mario Puzo goes Irish.” — Library Journal

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