All three of Jane Waterhouse’s haunting Garner Quinn thrillers in one ebook volume!
“Her prose flows like molten silver. The characters are indelible and the novel is haunting and broodingly suspenseful.” Cleveland Plain-Dealer
Bestselling true crime writer Garner Quinn is drawn into a murder investigation when enigmatic artist Dane Blackmoor, a man with whom she shares a complicated past, is accused of dismembering women and hiding their body parts in his unsettlingly lifelike sculptures.
“Make no mistake. Jane Waterhouse is a writer to watch.” Booklist
Two decades ago, Gordon Spangler murdered his mother, his wife, and their two kids…and disappeared without a trace. His daughter was bestselling true crime writer Garner Quinn’s childhood best friend. The killings have haunted Garner ever since. But now Spangler has emerged from the shadows to kill again…and Garner is determined to find him, risking her life to avenge the ghosts of her past.
“Quinn again makes a compelling, three-dimensional protagonist, and the crime-solving is first-rate,” Chicago Tribune
An obsessed fan is sending threatening letters to Quinn at her remote, New Jersey shore estate, where she lives with her daughter and elderly housekeeper, and stalking her movements. Quinn hires security expert Reed Corbin to protect her and ferret out the identity of the increasingly hostile fan. But things are much more complicated and terrifying than they seem…and staying safe, and discovering the truth, will take Quinn all the way to Paris and back… and to the brink of certain death.
“Riveting. Waterhouse writes with breath-taking vitality,” Kirkus Reviews
True crime writer Garner Quinn is terrorized by an obsessed fan. The third book in the thrilling series.
All three of Jane Waterhouse's haunting Garner Quinn thrillers in one ebook volume! GRAVEN IMAGES, SHADOW WALK and DEAD LETTER. "Her prose flows like molten silver..." Cleveland Plain-Dealer
Hard-drinking Hoboken detective Hunter Murtaugh investigates the deaths of two elderly women who may have been killed for their real estate.