Facing the Enemy - New Release

BOOK REVIEW:

All three novellas were excellent. This is the first I've ever read Paige Edwards, and I have found another great author to include in my list of favorites.


In the short story collection Sinister Secrets, authors Traci Hunter Abramson, Clair M. Poulson, and Paige Edwards have come together and created a collection of stories that viewers of the TB shows White Collar and Leverage will absolutely love. Each author has a unique way of writing that draws readers in with intense suspense, a touch of romance, and plenty of adventure and action.


Do you like to read books that are full of suspense and keep you on the edge of your seat? If your answer is yes, this book is for you! This book is a collection of three novellas full of danger, intrigue and a touch of romance. I loved it!


Of the three stories in this collection, In Plain Sight has the most romance. A woman in the wrong place at the wrong time, she ends up having to work along side an FBI operative if she wants to live. Readers will love the romantic tension between the woman and FBI agent, as well as all the action taking place.

SYNOPSIS: 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.

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.

Abramson: Secrets of St. Augustine. FBI 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.

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.