When a detective second-guesses his gut, he’ll have to get creative to catch the killer.
Luca worries cancer and divorce have dulled his razor-sharp instincts. So the detective is relieved when his next murder case seems like a no-brainer.
When the wealthy victim is found dead in her private-island home, the gold-digging husband seems like the obvious killer.
As Luca digs deeper and follows the clues, however, he uncovers a whole new line-up of possible suspects. No longer able to rely on his gut feelings, Luca puts the victim’s sordid affairs and her rivalries under the microscope.
With time running out, Detective Luca must find a way to regain his swagger and solve the case before the killer strikes again.
The Serenity Murder is the third book in the riveting Luca Mystery police procedural series. If you like hardened detectives, unexpected plot twists, and seeing the crime from multiple points of view, then you’ll love Dan Petrosini’s gripping whodunit.
Buy The Serenity Murder today and hold on for a white-knuckled police procedural!
Everyone wanted to believe that the first attack was just a random act of violence.
Then a second victim is found.
The two women share similar wounds, and Detective Alex Gray can’t deny the connection. Someone is hunting down young women to fulfill their macabre fantasies.
Then they make a mistake and leave a witness behind.
When Megan Crawford wakes up in the hospital, she can’t remember her attackers or what happened to her.
If Megan’s memories are their only clue, will Alex catch the killers?
This book is intended for adult audiences. It contains mature language, depictions of violence, and sexual scenarios.
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Each book in The Pruitt County Mystery Series is a standalone novel. Although these books can be read individually, they are best enjoyed chronologically.
Pruitt County Mysteries:
1. Endless Evil
2. White River
3. The Last Cut
4. Cries in the Night
5. Girls of Summer
Check out Amanda’s other works:
The Ideal Woman
Do Unto Others
Days Gone By (short story)
Chosen to Die (short story)
The Collector (short story)
What reviewers are saying about Amanda Feyerbend’s books:
“Amanda Feyerbend’s writing is dark and gritty, definitely not for the faint of heart.” (Endless Evil)
“I was hooked from the very beginning.” (Endless Evil)
“Superbly written crime novel. It is definitely a must read for everyone reading the genre.” (White River)
“Raw, repugnant, and wicked, the serial killer depicted in “The Ideal Woman”, is like none other in reality or fiction. The imaginative and complex storyline by author Amanda Feyerbend is absolutely riveting!” (The Ideal Woman)
“Massively disturbing at times, it is still a creative, gripping, and fascinating read!” (The Ideal Woman)
“This is an awesome thriller that keeps you turning the pages.” (Do Unto Others)
“Lots of suspense and twists. It will leave you on the edge of your seat and wondering.” (Endless Evil)
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Too Young to Die is a compelling, gripping scientific thriller of a journalist’s investigation into a rejuvenation drug which is about to change the human race forever.
Dave Wilson, a middle-aged New York journalist suffering from depression and chronic back pain, is thrilled with his new assignment: an article about a new drug that allegedly can stop the aging process, rejuvenate the body and increase the human lifespan significantly.
The twenty-first century is the age of biotechnology and he goes to the depth of this during his investigation. Scientific developments are happening at an exponentially growing pace and are about to change the human species in unprecedented ways.
While learning about the impressive advances of science, he decides to do the unthinkable. His life changes in unimaginable ways, but not everything changes the way he had hoped. Dave gets sucked into an intricate web of crime, greed and genius evil.