? A high-adrenaline plunge into the dangerous and murky waters of homegrown terrorism.
Publishers Weekly (starred review)
When the violence begins, there's less interest in who killed whom than in whether the heroine and her friends can foil a diabolical bombing plot.
A master of the genre
Midwest Book Review, on Fire in the Stars (book 1)
? Fradkin, a retired psychologist, creates well-drawn, complex characters, and she knows how to build tension and drama that hold readers to the end.
Publishers Weekly, starred review for book 1
Doucette's tendency to rush into action thinking she can solve the problems that arise is at the heart of these novels.
Reviewing the Evidence
An action-packed story set against a beautiful backdrop.
The landscape means that everything you read is focused and tightly plotted so that the characters have to do everything they can to survive. What do people do when pushed to the limits?
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