- Title: Small Town Danger
- Authors: Mary Alford, Liz Bradford, June Foster, Therese Heckenkamp, Cynthia Hickey, Gina Holder, Edie James, Ann Malley, Carol Nemeth and Colleen Snyder
- Genre: Christian Romantic Suspense
- Find it: Amazon, Goodreads, Bookbub
More than lives are in danger when small town tranquility meets heart pounding suspense in this collection of ten brand-new novels from some of the genre’s most explosive romantic suspense authors!
Join Mary Alford, Liz Bradford, June Foster, Therese Heckenkamp, Cynthia Hickey, Gina Holder, Edie James, Ann Malley, Carol Nemeth and Colleen Snyder as mystery, suspense, and faith combine to keep you on the edge of your seat until the very end.
Sins of the Past – A Hope Island Securities Book by Mary Alford
Ten years earlier, Janine put him away for murder. Now Bennett’s back in her life with a challenge—help me find the real killer.
Swept Away – Tracking Danger Book Two – A Search and Rescue Novel by Liz Bradford
When a SAR mission ends with a murder, Josh and Chloe must fight rising tensions before they get swept away.
Danger in Cranberry Cove by June Foster
When Julie Wilder joins local lawyer Lucas Ethridge in uncovering clues of who murdered their high school friend on the beach fifteen years before, phone calls from their deceased classmate are unnerving. After incriminating evidence turns up, can Lucas and Julie discover the killer’s identity or will they suffer the same fate as their friend?
Escaping Illusions – A Frozen Footprints Book by Therese Heckenkamp
All she wants is a new beginning, but a man famous for deception is the last person she should trust.
A Place to Hide by Cynthia Hickey
Is there nowhere to hide? Will Marley and Dirk escape a fan who always seems to be one step ahead of them?
Handmade Mayhem – Addie Masters Mysteries Book 1 by Gina Holder
“Who Knew DIY Could Be So Deadly.”
Hidden Sins – A Redemption Creek Romantic Suspense by Edie James
Redemption Creek, where sometimes justice needs a helping hand.
Debt of Honor by Ann Malley
Where’s the honor in loving your best friend’s wife? Or keeping the secrets that may get her and her baby killed?
Death Goes to School by J. Carol Nemeth
The rewarding profession of teaching: it could get you killed.
Twisted by Colleen Snyder
She’s eighteen. A visitor to a tornado-stricken town in need of help. Half of the residents think she’s a saint. While the other wants her dead.
Be sure to grab this limited time collection while it is available!
An Excerpt from Sins of the Past by Mary Alford:
One day later – 6 A.M. – Hope Island, Maine
She loved this time of the year. Winter was slowly releasing its hold on Hope Island. The days were growing warmer. Though sometimes, being snowed in to the point that no one could reach the island was its own form of comfort to Janine Blackwell. Especially after him. She’d barely survived the emotional turmoil left behind by the worst case she’d worked on during her brief career as a special agent for the FBI.
The Judge murders still haunted her dreams.
This morning she needed to run more than ever. The call. . .Janine swallowed repeatedly to keep the revulsion at bay. The person on the other end hadn’t spoken; they’d just played that dreadful song followed by a scream. A thrill seeker, no doubt. Through the years, she’d attracted them. After all, she and her partner had solved one of the biggest cases of their career. Mostly it was letters from sick admirers who wanted to be close to notoriety. A few angry ones who claimed she’d framed the wrong person. Those were the ones that haunted Janine the most.
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About Mary Alford
Mary Alford grew up in a small Texas town famous for, well not much of anything really. Being the baby of the family and quite a bit younger than her two brothers and her sister, Mary had plenty of time to entertain herself. Making up stories seemed to come naturally to her.
As a preteen, Mary discovered Phyllis Whitney and Victoria Holt and knew instinctively that was what she wanted to do with her over-active imagination.
She wrote her first novel as a teen, (it’s tucked away somewhere never to see the light of day), but never really pursued her writing career seriously until a few years later, when she wrote her first inspirational romantic suspense and was hooked.
Today, Mary lives in Texas with her husband and loves to create characters who face dangerous situations with faith on their side.
Mary is very active online and would love to connect with readers on Facebook, Twitter, or any of the social media platforms listed at maryalford.net.