See It First: E. Jones, Julia Hughes, Jordaina Syney Robinson

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The Secret Blush by E. Jones

“Lots of action and fun.” Catherine Coulter, New York Times Bestselling Author.

In The Secret Blush, Jennifer Morgan is entangled in a web of lies and deceit after a shooting almost takes her life, and a recent messy affair comes back to haunt her.


Everybody Lies by Julia Hughes

Three days before Christmas, hedonist MP Henry Drayton-Maye invites a handsome stranger home for dinner. However, his new acquaintance is an escaped convict with devious intentions. Alerted by an anonymous phone call, the police discover Henry shackled to his bed. The possessions reported stolen are soon recovered, and although the convict has fled the country, apart from Henry’s reputation, there appears to be no harm done.

Months later, the convict’s ex-partner in crime, Rex Raven, is found dead in his locked study. The verdict is suicide. But then Rex’s teenage daughter disappears, along with a mysterious Scandinavian youth.

To find the missing teenagers, Detective Inspector Crombie must first untangle a web of intrigue woven around family secrets and is furious to discover that even his superiors have deceived him.
But as the big fellow already knows, everybody lies.


Beyond Dead by Jordaina Syndey Robinson

Dead less than twenty-four hours, with a job that doesn’t pay, a fashion disaster for a uniform and more afterlife rules than she can shake a stick at, Bridget Sway thinks it’s as bad as it can get. And then she finds a dead ghost stuffed in her locker.

Since the police are desperate to arrest her for murder, Bridget’s new best friend convinces her the only way to save herself from an eternity in prison is to solve the murder themselves.

With a handsome parole officer watching her every move, an outlaw ghost befriending her and two persistent mediums demanding her attention, solving the murder is not quite as easy as it sounds. And when “murder” turns into “murders” Bridget needs to solve the case … before she becomes the next dead body stuffed in her locker.