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There’s one thing more dangerous than testifying to a crime—staying silent.
Praise for The Sanctity of Sloth!
Greta Boris brings the little-known life of religious anchorites into her latest murder mystery. The Sanctity of Sloth starts quiet, in an anchorite’s cell, where an aspiring author is locked for the sake of research. The action heats up quickly when she witnesses a crime and is unable to respond. Her reluctance to step forward endangers those she loves most. Greta Boris grabs the reader early and doesn’t let go until the end. The Sanctity of Sloth is as good as mysteries get. – Julie Howard, author of Crime and Paradise and Crime Times Two, books one and two in the Wild Crime mysteries.
Couldn’t believe when I got to the end, felt like I just started. Can’t wait for more by this awesome author. – Review team reader.
This was a really interesting idea and plot. The story was clever and quite dramatic. –Review team reader.
Praise for The Scent of Wrath!
Fans of psychological suspense will enjoy this tale. Filled with believable and relatable characters, The Scent of Wrath subtly draws you in, coiling tight until the very end. – Robin Burcell — NYT Bestselling author of The Last Good Place and co-author with Clive Cussler of the Sam and Remi Fargo series.
Right from page one, The Scent of Wrath pulls the reader into a fast-paced journey of emotional suspense. Haunted by fears for her young son while facing shadows from her own past, young mother Olivia struggles to bring the present into focus for them both. Multifaceted characters prove engaging, and there are plenty of twists and surprises along the way to a nail-biting climax. A terrific addition to the author’s The Seven Deadly Sins series. – Jacqueline Diamond, USA Today bestselling author of the Safe Harbor Medical Mysteries
A tale of suburban suspense that will keep you turning pages. – Matt Coyle, author of the Anthony Award-winning Rick Cahill series