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Sinister Secrets - Blog Tour and Giveaway

Prepare for heart-pounding danger in Sinister Secrets, featuring suspense novellas from three of your favorite writers. With all the thrills and chills you’ve come to expect from these best-selling authors, this must-have compilation will keep you at the edge of your seat until the very last page.

· Traci Hunter Abramson: Secrets of St. Augustine

FBI Special Agent Doug Valdez is in France looking for money launderers. The last thing he expects is to find a young girl fleeing for her life or the deadly game of cat and mouse that ensues.

· Clair M. Poulson: Hounded

Recently retired Army Ranger Renn Huitt has found the perfect job. Working for Bob, a private investigator nearing retirement, should be easy. But Bob has put a lot of people behind bars—people who hold a grudge. And now they are coming for him.

· Paige Edwards: In Plain Sight

Jaclyn Girard was in the wrong place at the wrong time, and now she’s caught in the middle of a deadly investigation. With danger mounting, she must work alongside FBI operative Cody Ackert if she hopes to survive.


I love Novellas. These ones were perfect.

In Secrets of St Augustine we meet a young girl who needs serious help. Who better to help than Doug Valdez who stumbles across the situation? We meet Doug in other Abramson books, but this definitely puts him in his best light. It's a race that kept my heart rate up and turning every page. It's a good thing that this one wasn't a longer story, I am not sure I could have stood the suspense, it was that good!

The second offering is Hounded, where we run into the world of gangs, private eyes, crooked cops, and no nonsense attorneys. Who knew how much of that could be found in Boise, Idaho. This was a fascinating story set in places vaguely familiar to me. The characters were strong, well developed, and relatable. The suspense was on point.

In Plain Sight follows an FBI agent and a teacher with multiple jobs in an undercover operation to find a mole. This is thrilling well-developed story that is somehow as rich and fulfilling as a novel in it's shortened format. I love the characters especially the heroine's mother. She's a firecracker.

Overall this collection is worth the read and would be perfect when you want to read something in the evening and not stay up all night, but only if you can read one story at a time. Never mind.... Make sure you have time.

I received an early copy from the publisher through NetGalley and this is my honest review.


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