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Drop Dead Crime
Genre: Mystery, Thriller, Suspense
with stories by
Lisa Regan, Leslie Wolfe, Colleen Helme, Amy Vansant, Julie Smith

Five women. Five sublime authors of crime fiction. One stunning book.

Gripping thrillers, packed with deviously executed crimes and in-depth
investigations are some of the most popular reads available on
traditional and virtual book shelves today.
Now, you can sample some of the best female writers of crime fiction, in
Drop Dead Crime, a collection of novellas packed with the twisted plotlines and
memorable characters that excite readers and leave them demanding more.
Lisa Regan, Leslie Wolfe, Colleen Helme, Amy Vansant, and Julie Smith are
among the most skilled and prolific writers of the genre today, and
each one knows exactly how to tease a story to maximum effect. Their
use of strong female leads, combined with delicately balanced plots,
means suspense is always kept at a fever pitch—ready to boil over
at any second.
Lisa Regan’s Over The Edge
is guaranteed to keep you up at night. When P.I. Jocelyn Rush witnesses
a young mother jump from a bridge, she is determined to solve the
mystery of why, and what she finds is a complex web of secrets and
lies so shocking it could destroy the people left behind.
Leslie Wolfe introduces FBI Agent Tess Winnett in
Not Really Dead,
a fast-paced, intense thriller about a serial killer who makes a
terrible mistake.
Colleen Helme stuns with Behind Blue Eyes.
A grisly murder along with a new client hiding a deadly secret is
just the beginning for
Shelby Nichols, mind
reader extraordinaire. Don’t miss this exciting thriller!
In Amy Vansant’s exclusive novella Parental Kilt,
the stars of her “Kilty” romantic suspense series,
and Brochan the Highlander, find
themselves trapped in a serial killer’s maze during a movie
wrap-party gone wrong. The serial killer was supposed to be dead, but
the bodies are piling up…
Julie Smith brings a dazzling story of suspense, The Big Crazy.
Detective Skip Langdon, NOPD, while
navigating a world of chaos and betrayal after Hurricane Katrina,
takes on a gang of rogue cops who may be acting as self-appointed
Get a copy of Drop Dead Crime today
and sample some of the best crime fiction writing, from some of the
best female crime writers around!
**Only .99 cents!!**

Lisa Regan is the USA Today & Wall Street Journal bestselling author of the Detective Josie Quinn series as well as several other crime fiction titles. She has a Bachelor’s
degree in English and a Master of Education degree from Bloomsburg University. She is a member of Sisters in Crime, International Thriller Writers, and Mystery Writers of America. She lives in Philadelphia with her husband, daughter, and Boston Terrier named Mr. Phillip.
Colleen Helme is the author of the bestselling Shelby Nichols Adventure Series, a wildly entertaining and highly humorous series about Shelby Nichols, a woman with the ability to read minds. When asked if reading minds is something Colleen wishes she could do she says, “No way! It gets Shelby into so much trouble that I would never want that ability.” Known for her laugh since she was a kid, Colleen has always tried to find the humor in every situation and continues to enjoy writing about Shelby’s adventures. Besides writing, she loves reading, biking, hiking, and playing board and card games with family and friends. She
loves to connect with readers and admits that fans of the series keep her writing.
Amy Vansant is a Wall Street Journal and USA Today
bestselling author, specializing in fun, comedic reads about accident-prone, easily distracted women with questionable tastes in men.
So, autobiographies, mostly. Ha! But seriously… She writes happy, occasionally slightly twisted, thrilling, romantic comedies, mysteries, and urban fantasies.
Edgar-winner Julie Smith is the author of more than twenty mysteries, most set in New Orleans and starring one or the other of her detective heroes, a cop named Skip Langdon, and a PI named Talba Wallis. (Both female, both tough and wily.) She also has two series set in San Francisco.
Her novel, NEW ORLEANS MOURNING, won the Edgar Allan Poe award for best novel.
She changed direction in 2010, with her start-up digital publishing company, booksBnimble (www.booksBnimble.com),
beginning with four books by friends. She later added other authors and got the rights back to her own books, Then in 2015 booksBnimble spun off bbnmarketing (www.bbnmarketing.com),
with the aim of helping self-published authors find their audience and backlist print authors find their way back into the game.
Twelve years after Hurricane Katrina; Skip Langdon returned last year in
MURDER ON MAGAZINE. But so many readers have asked–what did she do
when Katrina struck? That story’s THE BIG CRAZY.
Leslie Wolfe‘s novels break the mold of traditional thrillers. Fascinated by technology and psychology, Leslie brings extensive background and research in these fields that empower and add texture to a signature, multi-dimensional, engaging writing style.
Leslie released the first novel, Executive, in October 2011. It was very well received, including inquiries from Hollywood. Since then, Leslie published numerous novels and enjoyed growing success and recognition in the marketplace. Among Leslie’s
most notable works,
The Watson Girl (2017) was recognized for offering a unique insight into the mind of a serial killer and a rarely seen first person account of his actions, in a dramatic and intense procedural thriller.
A complete list of Leslie’s titles is available at http://wolfenovels.com/titles.
Leslie enjoys engaging with readers every day and would love to hear from you.
Become an insider: gain early access to previews of Leslie’s new novels!
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