See It First: Martha Henley, European P. Douglas, and Nathan Williams

See It First: Martha Henley, European P. Douglas, and Nathan Williams

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Don’t Kill For Me by Martha Henley

Don't Kill For Me by Martha Henley

Eileen must question everyone she’s ever met to save everyone she’s ever hated.

Serial killers are out there, but nobody expected this one to resurface. An anonymous letter is left on the counter of a floral boutique in a dying shopping mall. In it is a confession for murder — it’s signed RIP.

The vigilante Rest in Peace Killer has chosen Eileen Somers as his latest victim. Now he’s killing her adversaries one by one so Eileen can rest in peace, but she doesn’t want his kind of help.

Identifying a serial killer who walks among the ordinary shoppers in the mall seems impossible, but Eileen is desperate to stop him. After three men are killed, she’s running low on enemies. If she doesn’t crack the code in his confession letters, an innocent man will die.

Don’t Kill For Me is the debut psychological thriller from Martha Henley. This plot-twisting novel will have you looking twice at every stranger who crosses your path.

Don’t miss reading the Rest in Peace Killer’s terrifying mission to please one woman by committing murder on her behalf.


Rise of the Dolocher by European P. Douglas

Rise of the Dolocher by European P. Douglas

Before the serial killer known as ‘The Dolocher’ terrified the streets of 1780s Dublin, another vicious killer roamed. Can Alderman James bring him to justice before more bodies stack up?

Rise of the Dolocher is a prequel short novel to the ‘Alderman James Mystery Thriller Series.’ Watch as Thomas Olocher-spur of the legend of the Dolocher- falls from high society to low-level thuggery and finally to murder.


The Thought Cathedral by Nathan Williams

The Thought Cathedral by Nathan Williams

Lee finds herself caught in an unprecedented game of cat and mouse between the United States and China as she must rely on her wits and resourcefulness developed from her experiences as the daughter of Chinese immigrants in gang-ridden 80’s New York City and an unusual cast of characters to find the culprits before the politics boil over into the streets of New York City, Beijing, and Shanghai.


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