What would you do if you knew who murdered your daughter but the police didn’t believe you?
Sofia Kennedy has spent the last twenty-four years keeping her past a dark secret. To the rest of the world, she’s a gifted graphic designer, marvelous cook, and doting Minneapolis mother.
But then her world is shattered when her teenage daughter is murdered.
Has her life of lies caught up with her?
Detectives are asking dangerous questions and going after the wrong man.
It’s up to Sofia to find her daughter’s murderer before her elaborate deception is exposed and she loses whatever semblance of a life she has left.
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IF THE OUTSIDERS met PERKS OF BEING A WALLFLOWER.
Emily’s first few years of high school haven’t been easy. When her parent’s divorced, she and her mother had to move out of their wealthy Minneapolis suburb into a rougher part of town. While she struggled with these changes, along with an eating disorder, her best friend, Danielle, ditched her for the popular kids at school.
But then one day, Emily spies Danielle hanging out with some gutter punks—homeless kids who travel the rails hopping trains from city to city. A far cry from the crowd Danielle usually ran with.
When Danielle reaches out to her, Emily is still bitter and angry and ignores the phone call.
Then Danielle is found dead. Police say she drowned. But Emily knows better.
And she’s going to prove them dead wrong.
DEAD WRONG is a compelling, gritty suspense novel that will keep you riveted until the last page.
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Nikki Black, 17, a self-imposed lone wolf since her mother died, fled suburban Chicago to escape her painful past.
But when her so-called boyfriend reveals why he really lured her to Southern California — to star in child porn flicks — she ends up on the streets of L.A. with only the clothes on her back and a twelve-year-old addict named Rain trailing in her shadows.
The girls seek refuge at a residential hotel above a punk rock bar in downtown L.A. a few months before the city erupts into chaos during the 1992 riots.
At The American Hotel, Nikki makes friends and for the first time in years feels as if she has a real family again.
All that changes when Rain disappears.
Everyone except Nikki, including the police, thinks Rain succumbed to the seductive allure of addiction and life on the streets.
Nikki finds herself fighting for her own life the closer she gets to unveiling a sinister cover-up by a powerful group that secretly controls the city of angels.
City of Angels is an edgy, gritty, mature Young Adult mystery about a teenager’s struggle to not only belong — but survive.
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“Heartbreaking and horrifying, Letters From a Serial Killer delves into the thinking of a monstrous murderer – but it also reveals the brave struggles of the women who faced him in order to find justice for his victims. It’s a powerfully emotional true account that simply must be read.” – Claire Booth, author of true crime book, The False Prophet
“An unflinching look at the mind of a notorious Northern California predator who shattered young lives – and invaded the psyche of the reporter who dared to confront him.Together with an anguished victim’s mother, Kristi Belcamino fought for answers, at great personal and professional peril. Letters from a Serial Killer is required reading for the armchair criminal profiler. But be forewarned: this book is not for the meek.”- Henry K. Lee, author of Presumed Dead: A True-Life Murder Mystery
On a December morning, 7-year-old Xiana Fairchild left her apartment in downtown Vallejo to head to the school bus stop and was never seen alive again.
In Letters from a Serial Killer, Kristi Belcamino and Stephanie Kahalekulu share details of their jailhouse conversations with the man who kidnapped and killed Xiana, the letters he sent from behind bars and how they are forever bonded by their dealings with a monster, but more than that—by their quest for justice for Xiana.