Sleepy little North Bend just woke up.
The newly promoted Sergeant Jade Monroe, and her partner, Detective Jack Steele, have just been informed of an unidentified male body found at a local lake. The town is in an uproar. The victim was nearly decapitated, and murder simply doesn't happen in North Bend.
As more bodies turn up, the single connection between all of the victims becomes clear—it's Jade, herself.
With each new victim getting one step closer to Jade, time begins to tick away. She must find the person responsible before her loved ones, or herself, are targeted next.
* All books are standalone stories but since characters carry over, they are best read in chronological order.
Start at the beginning of the Monroe Sisters' world with Maniacal. Find all the books listed in order below.
The Detective Jade Monroe Crime Thriller Series
Note: The Jade Monroe FBI Thriller books follow on the heels of the conclusion of Exposed, Book 5, in the Detective Jade Monroe Crime Thriller Series.
The Agent Jade Monroe FBI Thriller Series
Note: The Amber Monroe Crime Thriller books follow on the heels of the conclusion of Malice, Book 5, in the Agent Jade Monroe FBI Thriller Series.
The Amber Monroe Crime Thriller Series
Note: The Psychic Detective Kate Pierce Crime Thriller Series follows on the heels of the conclusion of Travesty, Book 5, in the Amber Monroe Crime Thriller Series.
The Psychic Detective Kate Pierce Crime Thriller Series
This first book had good flow, making it enjoyable and an easy read. The characters were clearly developed though not in depth... not even the heroine. This book was one that helped pass time without getting the reader bogged down in superfluous detail. My only real negative comment surrounds how after painstaking detective work, the two primary police people came to the same conclusion about the killer without any previous discussion. It appeared the murderer’s name just popped up out of nowhere. Thus, the ending seemed abrupt and not as well thought out as the previous 400+ pages. I found that disappointing.
This was a page turner. Suspenseful and thrilling.