Meet Meagan Diehl
Beautiful, rich, and skilled…
…as a life coach, Simone also liked to kill.
Would Liz be her next victim?
At 29, she’s been happily married for two years. Her childhood was filled with trauma, and it drove her to become a police officer. Liz had found balance in life, love, and her career. That morning in Marietta, it all changed in an instant.
The shots rang out.
Training and instincts took over.
Liz couldn’t stop him.
She wasn’t a detective, but they needed her help. This mass shooting had the Atlanta metro area worried, and the chief needed answers. Liz was vital to the case.
There’s just one problem…
…they’re chasing a pawn in a bigger game.
You’ll love this heart-pounding crime novel because the twists, turns, and red herrings elevate the suspense to the next level.
Get it now.
This story is intended for adult audiences. It may contain mature language, depictions of violence, and sexual scenarios.
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This is the first novel in The Liz Lockhart Mystery Series. Due to an overarching storyline, they are best enjoyed chronologically.
Check out Amanda’s other works:
Liz Lockhart Mystery Series
Pruitt County Mystery Series
The Ideal Woman
Do Unto Others
Reynolds Investigations Mystery Series
Days Gone By (short story)
Chosen to Die (short story)
The Collector (short story)
The Secrets We Keep (short story)
Amanda Feyerbend’s novels are perfect for fans of Karin Slaughter, Lisa Gardner, Chelsea Cain, Robert Dugoni, Tess Gerritsen, Tami Hoag, J. T. Ellison, Eric Rickstad, Mike Omer, Michael Connelly, Erica Spindler, Kendra Elliot, and Kate Watterson.
Praise for The Killing Game, Liz Lockhart #1:
“This book grabbed my attention on page one, and after that there was no putting it down! I couldn’t get to the next page fast enough.” – ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ reader review
“Fast-paced scenes and intense conflict.” – ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ reader review
“There are unexpected twists and surprising events.” – ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ reader review
“Can’t wait to read the next book!!” – ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ reader review
“Manipulation at its best!” – ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ reader review
“The characters are real, diverse, intricately developed by a masterful author who leaves you constantly guessing what’s next.” – ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ reader review
“One of Amanda Feyerbend’s best!” – ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ reader review
Two dead girls, another one missing, and a secret that will rip a tight-knit community apart…
When a missing teen’s body shows up dismembered on the side of the road, Lt. Damien Kaine must crush her parent’s hopes of her safe return. The parents are pushing for details and answers. Two things he can’t give. The abduction of a second girl brings only one clue. The girls look alike.
As Damien searches for a sadistic killer, a disturbing pattern emerges. The more he digs into the community’s history, the more missing girls he finds.
With the lack of evidence or movement forward on the case, a quirky FBI profiler is pulled in to assist with the investigation. Damien wrestles with disdain for the agent and an equally strong sexual attraction to her, as he deals with mounting frustrations.
Tensions rise with the abduction of another girl. Damien and his team are in a race against time to save her. But the case is about to take a frightful turn. What they uncover will not only rock them to their core, it will haunt them forever.
Innocence Taken is the first crime fiction novel in the Damien Kaine Thriller series.
If you are a fan of CSI or Criminal Minds, believable characters, and sarcastic humor, then this book and series is for you.
Buy Innocence Taken – Book 1 and get sucked into Damien Kaine’s world.
All books in this series:
Innocence Taken – Book 1
Confession of Sin – Book 2
Fatal Dominion – Book 3
Web of Malice – Book 4
Blind Vengeance – Book 5
*This book has cursing, sex, and graphic descriptions of crimes and crime scenes.*
Sherlock Holmes is sent to America to negotiate on behalf of Mycroft while a serial killer has Scotland Yard in a twist. The clock is ticking, and only Holmes can piece together the clues to stop the killing spree. With an ocean span away, Holmes’s return is critical. He must make it back, but is there enough time?
“Excuse me. Do you mind if I squeeze past?”
And so it begins.
Two strangers meet on a plane.
One has a terrible confession to make. But is it safe to tell a stranger?
The other is haunted by past mistakes and looking for a fresh start.
Over the course of their ten-hour flight they come to know each other’s deepest, darkest secrets.
Is confession good for the soul or is it better to keep your crimes bottled up inside?
Discover what becomes of Lee, Tamsin and Jake.
Rated FIVE STARS by real readers:
Praise for The Adulterer’s Handbook: A Novel
“Wow. This book is fantastic! I had absolutely no idea when I started reading that I’d be taken on this journey. The writing is great.”
“I really enjoyed this book. I’m not sure how to categorize it — a thriller or just good fiction?Regardless, I highly recommend it! I didn’t want to put it down!”
“The tale weaves its way down a winding path so beautifully that, before you know it, you’re at this bizarre place in the story where every character is not who you thought they were!”
“I was drawn to this novel because I was interested to see how the author handled the subject of infidelity, purely from a male perspective. He’s done an excellent job.”
“The humour and author’s style are reminiscent of David Nicholls.”
“There is much to admire in this entertaining read. The dialogue is natural, the editing is well done and the narrative flows. All in all, a good debut novel and I feel sure we’ll see more from this promising new writer. I recommend you give it a try.”
“The book just becomes fun. It’s like a puzzle that you’re trying to figure out.”
“The internal dialogue is so hilarious that I literally LOL’d a few times.”
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It’s lonely being a serial killer.
The must-read psychological thriller for 2020.
What a dilemma:
Should he confess his crimes, seek absolution, hand himself over to the police and serve a long prison sentence … or continue to live with the overwhelming guilt, and stay on the run with his beautiful pregnant lover?
What happens when an adulterer meets a serial killer?
While Jo begs Lee to just suck it up and find a way to cope with his guilty conscience, a real-life serial killer tries to convince him to murder again, just for the sheer fun of it.
Enjoy the continuing adventure of Lee as he sinks deeper into regret and despair, all the while trying not to repeat the mistakes of his past.
Praise for The Adulterer Series:
You guys just have to read this! It has really messed with my mind.
It blew me away! Couldn’t put it down.
Brilliantly written, flows wonderfully and keeps you turning the page. Read it, you won’t be disappointed.
This author has a really twisted mind. Think Stephen King writing a psychological romance thriller.
This is my favourite thriller read of the year so far. It’s unique.
Sam Anthony has created a character as engaging and page-turning as the actual psychological thriller plot.
One of the best books I’ve read in 2019 and I can’t WAIT for the next instalment.
Not my usual read … but the ending … Wow!
A very well written and well thought out novel, with real, flawed, and totally human characters.
I thought I knew where the story was going, but it was much more powerful than I had anticipated. A great read.
Sam Anthony is an AMAZING storyteller! It takes a ton of talent for an author to create a main character like Lee who does such despicable things and makes such terrible choices and make him into someone likeable who you want to root for.
Sexy, witty and entertaining. A must read!!
The story takes some thrilling unexpected twists and ends with the mother of all cliffhangers. I’m highly anticipating the sequel.
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He is tall, dark and handsome, and she is falling for him, but every word he tells her is a lie. When Kiki Coleman meets Nathan Marks, she is skinny-dipping in her outdoor pool and he has run out of gas for his car. But the tale he tells her about himself is untrue and as she gets to know him, she realizes that his stories are often lies. A month after meeting Nate, Kiki’s mother and stepfather leave for Paris and never return. And, on the same day, her parents disappear Nate Marks departs without a trace. Was the man she was attracted to, part of a scheme to murder and deceive, and if she follows her heart and tries to find him will she become one of his victims?