This Spring, Heather Graham returns with a sultry and shocking standalone thriller about an FBI special agent trying to run from his past and a state police agent bent on solving a horrifying crime, even if it leads the two of them into the web of a vicious cult. Graham deepens the intrigue and raises the stakes in DANGER IN NUMBERS (MIRA Hardcover; March 23, 2021; $27.99).
On the edge of the Everglades, a brutal murder and an eerie crime scene set off an investigation that sends two agents deep into a world of corrupted faith, greed and deadly secrets.
A ritualistic murder on the side of a remote road brings in the Florida state police. Special Agent Amy Larson has never seen worse, and there are indications that this killing could be just the beginning. The crime draws the attention of the FBI in the form of Special Agent Hunter Forrest, a man with insider knowledge of how violent cults operate, and a man who might never be able to escape his own past.
The rural community is devastated by the death in their midst, but people know more than they are
saying. As Amy and Hunter join forces, every lead takes them further into the twisted beliefs of a dangerous group that will stop at nothing to see their will done.
Heather Graham is the New York Times and USA Today best-selling author has written over two hundred novels and novellas, has been published in approximately twenty-five languages and with about 60 million books sold in print in the categories of romantic suspense, historical romance, vampire fiction, time travel, occult, and Christmas holiday fare. For more information, visit her at TheOriginalHeatherGraham.com.
There has been a brutal murder on the edge of the Everglades. Special Agent Amy Larson has a bad feeling about this one. She teams up with FBI Special Agent Hunter Forrest to find the killer and the cult.
Hunter has a special interest in this case. He is an expert in the occult. He has a past dealing with them. And you will have to read this to find out.
This story is fascinating. With the cult undertones and the weird murders, I was completely engaged from start to finish. You just didn’t know who to trust.
This author and I go waaaay back. I remember reading her very first book in the 80s. I loved her then and I love her now. I don’t think I have read one bad book. Now, I have not read them all, but I have read the majority. She just keeps putting out good reads!
Grab your copy today…you will not be sorry!
I received this novel from the publisher for a honest review.