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In Defiance

Author John W. Mefford introduces Ivy Nash in the second sub-series of the Redemption Thriller Series. A volatile hostage situation at a foster home reaches a bitter end: shots are fired, some die, some live to tell a sordid tale. In the midst of the anguish and confusion is one child who will bear the scars of this unbelievable turmoil. As a special investigator for Child Protective Services, Ivy Nash…

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Breaking Blue

In 1935, the Spokane police regularly extorted sex, food, and money from the reluctant hobos (many of them displaced farmers who had fled the midwestern dust bowls), robbed dairies, and engaged in all manner of nefarious crimes, including murder. This history was suppressed until 1989, when former logger, Vietnam vet, and Spokane cop Tony Bamonte discovered a strange 1955 deathbed confession while researching a thesis on local law enforcement history.…

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The Girl Who Lied

‘Sue Fortin writes with skill and pace, filling her pages with tension. With great characters and a gripping storyline, I was immediately pulled in and found myself desperate to turn the pages’ – Amanda Jennings Sometimes the perfect friend tells the perfect lies… Erin and Roisin were once friends until a fatal accident ruined both their lives. Now, Roisin has discovered a secret―one Erin has kept for over a decade―and…

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The Winter Over

Each winter the crew at the Shackleton South Pole Research Facility faces nine months of isolation, round-the-clock darkness, and one of the most extreme climates on the planet. For thirty-something mechanical engineer Cass Jennings, Antarctica offers an opportunity to finally escape the guilt of her troubled past and to rebuild her life. But the death of a colleague triggers a series of mysterious incidents that push Cass and the rest…

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