Suspense / Thriller Books

Karen Hancock

The "First Five" who are the elitist clique at West Knoll high are the ones everyone seems to look up to. However, when one of them drowns at a pre-graduation party, things start to change. Delta marries the hottest jock at the school, and years later he is murdered; it is by one of the First Five

Karen Hancock

David Mitre is a criminal turned suspense novel writer, and is Amsterdam to serve on a panel at Waterstone's Bookstore. Someone is trying to murder him, and the FBI seeks his help in stopping a theft at the Rijksmuseum. This is humorous and fun.

Karen Hancock

Bo Haynes is charged with the murder of Andy Walton, a billionaire in his town. Walton murdered Bo's father while a member of the Ku Klux Klan and when Bo was only 5 years old and recognized Walton's voice. This is a fascinating legal thriller that will keep you on the edge of your seat.

Karen Hancock

Rue Hunter confessed to the murders of her two best friends and has spent the last 30 years in prison. Just before being executed, Rue's sister hires Jessica Shaw to prove her sister innocent.

Karen Hancock

Psychic Nellie Cavendish goes back to her father's hometown to take care of family business and since there are missing persons who did the same, Noah Bishop of the SCU sends agents in to protect her and find bodies.

Karen Hancock

Beth Lathrop is found murdered and her narcissistic, cheating husband is the prime suspect. Beth's sister Kate wants to get to the bottom of it and with the help of lifelong best friends, investigates along with a Detective who is familiar with their past tragic life.

Karen Hancock

Robin Lockwood is called upon to represent a former client of Regina Barrister who is retired due to early onset Alzheimer's. The client, Robert Chesterfield, is not likable, but disappears as suspense builds. Robin must use her skills to solve the case.

Karen Hancock

This is the 10th installment of the series, and it is as gritty as the previous novels. Readers who don't mind profanity and the lifestyle of the lower classes will enjoy this book.