Suspense / Thriller Books

Karen Hancock

Charity Gannon discovers some undelivered boxes from 31 years prior while cleaning out her Aunt's shed after settling her Aunt's estate. Thinking it would be fun to deliver them and surprise the recipients, Charity puts herself in danger and tries to unravel a 31 year old mystery.

Karen Hancock

Joona Linna comes back after having been missing for several years and teams up with Erik Maria Bark to solve a series of bizarre murders where videos of the victims are sent to Swedish National Crime just before they occur.

Karen Hancock

Journalist Fiona Sheridan is writing a story on an old abandoned boarding school that is in the process of being restored. She gets involved in the events which puts her and others in danger while unraveling the long-buried mysteries

Karen Hancock

Does anyone have a right to murder people who commit heinous crimes against women? This novel will get readers thinking. Although the end is a surprise, the murderer is known throughout, but Clara Donner, the detective investigating must follow the clues.

Karen Hancock

Kathi Ellison is very happy living with her boyfriend, David, but begins to relive memories that belong to someone else. As the novel progresses, the memories play an important part in building suspense and keeping the interest of readers. This is a scary psychological thriller.

Karen Hancock

Commissario Guido Brunetti needs a vacation after an arrogant suspect gets off on a murder because of his social standing, and takes a vacation at the villa of Paola's relative. There he gets involved in a murder investigation.

Karen Hancock

Heloise Chauncey is a former prostitute, now wealthy courtesan, and is also a detective. The police trust her and hire her for investigations since she knows a different side of respectable. This historical novel is fun and takes place on the seedy side of the 1800s.

Karen Hancock

Protagonist Ziba MacKenzie has clues to solve her husbands two-year old murder, and is investigating a serial killer whose victims closely resemble Ziba herself. Ziba is in more danger that she can imagine.

Karen Hancock

Allie Garvey witnessed a horrible death twenty years ago and is still guilt-ridden because of her involvement in the death. As she comes back to her hometown to attend a funeral, she finds that something bad is happening to her old friends who were witnesses.