Reece Gilmore is the sole survivor of a brutal crime and has been on the run, desperately fighting the nightmares and panic attacks that haunt her ever since. Reece settles temporarily in the picturesque town of Angels Fall and takes a job at a local diner.
Trying to clear her head, she goes for a hike in the mountains, peering through her binoculars at the stunning view of the river below. Suddenly she spots a man brutally strangling a woman on the opposite bank of the river.
Enjoying a moment of solitude a bit farther down the trail is the gruff loner, Brody. By the time Reece reaches him and brings him to the scene, the pair has vanished. When authorities comb the area, they find nothing. No signs of struggle. No freshly turned earth. Not even tire tracks.
And no one in Angels Fall seems to believe her. After all, she's a newcomer in town, with a reputation for being jumpy and jittery-maybe even a little fragile.
Reece knows there's a killer in Angels Fall, and Brody, despite his impatience and desire to keep her at arm's length, is the only one willing to believe her. When a series of menacing events makes it clear that someone wants her out of the way, Reece must put her trust in Brody (and herself) to find the killer before it's too late.
Nora Roberts' Montana Sky
Jack Mercy was an ornery son of a bitch, who had more enemies than he could count. Not even his death could change that.
Jack leaves his 25,000-acre ranch to his three grown daughters - half-sisters and virtual strangers to one another, who now must live together at a ranch in Montana for a year, or forfeit his estate, worth over $20 million. His testament clearly states, should any die during the year, the survivor(s) will inherit the fortune, assuming they last the 12 months.
No sooner have the sisters begrudgingly settled in, barbaric acts against - at first - the livestock and then the humans are committed: Are these the demented crimes of a psychopath, or are they just a devious distraction in a much bigger plan?
Nora Roberts' Blue Smoke
When Reena Hale was 10, she witnessed her family's restaurant go up in flames. Arson Detective, John Minger, taps into the girl's keen memory to determine that a neighborhood thug, whose son had recently attacked Reena, was out for revenge.
20 years later, Reena joins Minger on the police force as fire seems to tragically follow her through life, enveloping all she loves. Frustrated that Reena has not made the connection that these horrible events are related, her stalker decides to make it even more personal.
Now the life of her family and her lover are on the line and Reena must go back into her past in order to save her future.
Nora Roberts' Carolina Moon
Young Tory Bodeen struggles not only with her psychic ability to connect
with other minds, but also with a father who beats her and a mother who
is too weak to intervene. When her best friend, Hope, is brutally raped
and murdered, this troubled soul seems scared for life.
Now 26, still haunted by Hope's unsolved murder and having found neither
happiness nor escape in her travels, she stops running from what
torments her and returns to her hometown in South Carolina. Although
profoundly ambivalent about her psychic ability, she knows she'll never
find peace until she uses her unsettling skill to find Hope's murderer.
She doesn't reckon on being swept off her feet by Hope's older brother,
Cade, nor could she have imagined that she would stumble on a chain of
past murders that might just lead her to the man who killed her best