"Suspenseful, delicate, horny, sophisticated . . . the easiest nail-biter i've got learn for a long time. hugely recommended." -Lee Child Sliver of Truth
Just as she's starting to circulate on along with her lifestyles, one other likely mundane act--picking up a couple of envelopes of prints at a photograph lab--puts Ridley Jones on the nexus of an international community of crime. instantaneously removing a ghost and discovering her personal existence at risk, Ridley wonders if she ever had the ability to form her personal future . . . and even if love has any fact past her mind's eye.
"Compulsive reading." -New York day-by-day News Black Out
On the skin, Annie Powers's existence in a filthy rich Floridian suburb is excited and idyllic. however the bubble surrounding Annie is pricked whilst she senses that the demons of her previous have resurfaced and, to her horror, are actually creeping up on her. traumatic events--the visual appeal of a well-known darkish determine at the seashore, the mysterious homicide of her psychologist--trigger unusual and complicated stories for Annie, who realizes she has to speedy piece them jointly sooner than her earlier involves declare her destiny . . . and her daughter.
"Riveting mental suspense of the 1st order. if you happen to have not but skilled Lisa Unger, what are you ready for?"-Harlan Coben
Die For You
Isabel Raine suggestion she had everything--a winning occupation, a supportive relations, and a cheerful marriage to the fellow she enjoyed. Then one usual morning, her husband alternatives up his briefcase, kisses her goodbye, and easily vanishes. Now the single factor Isabel is familiar with needless to say is that her husband of 5 years is long gone. the place is he and who is he are questions nobody turns out in a position to resolution. yet Isabel won't leisure till she discovers the reality in regards to the guy she loves, no matter if it potential risking everything--including her personal life.
"Lisa Unger writes with sharp mental perception and bone-deep realizing of her characters. This novel is sort of unbearably thrilling."-Luanne Rice