Grieving the loss of her NYPD detective husband, former defense attorney Mia Peale moves to Grand Cove, Connecticut, hoping to rebuild her life. Now, starting a family law practice, she’s finally found peace until the daughter of one of her clients is brutally murdered, and the girl’s boyfriend stands accused.
Kelly Payne was an adored high school track star. Brian Hall is a poor boy in a rich town, and the community is outraged. But Mia can’t believe he’s guilty, and asks police detective Jay Colter for help. Jay is also skeptical of the D.A.’s case and secretly helps Mia investigate…but his alarm grows as her life is threatened by a maniac hiding among them.
What You’ve Done
Out of work actress Ava Beck, reduced to working in a West Village flower shop, starts to watch handsome, womanizing hedge funder Peter Greer, who lives near. He likes to romance his girlfriends with flowers.
Ava notices bruises on his troubled-looking date named Chloe. Concerned, she follows them after work to Chloe’s studio, second floor in the rear of a brownstone.
She hears them arguing, climbs up the fire escape just as Greer angrily sees her…and plunges into a world of stunning twists, murder and madness worse than any she could have imagined…
Girl Watching You
Annie and Ben seem to have a perfect marriage. He’s a dedicated psychiatrist; she is a passionate art history professor. Then, for Annie, the nightmares start…and fears that she may or may not be witnessing scenes of women getting abused.
Is she somehow connecting her fears to the suicide of Ben’s first wife, Susannah?
Increasingly obsessed with discovering what really happened, Annie finds homicide detective Connor Payne, who has never let go of the case. Tensions at home explode into cat-and-mouse terror, with Annie desperately, secretly, trying to investigate…
Into The Dark
DETECTIVE KERRI BLASCO SERIES
Charlie Sparkes peeks out to see his mother and another young woman brutally shot. Hysterical, the brave child bolts into the cold November night for help.
Homicide Detective Kerri Blasco arrives to find one woman dead next to the blood soaked rug where Rachel Sparkes was badly wounded. Her child has been taken to the hospital, but lies in bed mute and traumatized. Kerri’s heart aches for this piteous little boy. Will she be able to help him and find the monster who did this horrible crime? She finds herself more emotionally obsessed with this case than with any other, despite onrushing danger to herself…
Kerri Blasco is called to a bizarre murder scene. Leda Winfield, a young volunteer for the homeless, has been shot and her cell phone displays the frightening text, WATCHING YOU. Leda’s family insists that no one would have wanted to harm her, but soon another young woman is found murdered with the same warning on her phone. Kerri and her team profile a madman who enjoys terrifying his victims before stalking and killing them. But how does he get their phone numbers? Kerri vows to stop him even if it means battling her own personal trauma and risking her life.
EMBRYO SERIES: RANEY & LEVINE
But this killer, a sharp shooter, is always a step ahead. He wears gloves and disguises, shoots victim pairs at random, and leaves no physical evidence or eyewitnesses. He’s enraged to hear that David is also a crack shot, and intrigued with the couple’s adopted little son, Jesse, almost one year old, dubbed by the media “the miracle baby” and already showing signs that he’s as intuitive as his mother…
The killer must commit more murders in order to hide…possibly behind the gilded cover of Show Biz Hell. As Jody Merrill called it, “That gorgeous, sparkly bubble that closes you in in some weird, alternate universe where you lose all bearings, lose yourself. Fame is unhealthy.”
FROM HELL the psychopath scrawls, taunting the NYPD with the original Jack the Ripper’s 1888 letter to the police. He is cunning: wears gloves, disguises, and leaves no physical evidence. The cops ask “one small favor” of Jill and David, police friends and – until now, detectives on their own until their relationship with the cops led to exhaustion, conflict, and not enough time to spend with their adored little son, Jesse.
But they share the horror that grips the city and agree to help, thus plunging into a terrifying maze of psycho-sexual obsession and madness.