Meet Michael, her father wanted a Jr., Tamlin, undercover agent from the U.S. Treasury. She seems like nobody special until she lets down her hair and starts minding other people's business.
Leslie Glass has created her most provocative and spine-tingling work yet with A Clean Kill, with all the characters we've come to love, and with the page-turning, heart-thumping action we've come to expect from this author.
"Combining nerve-wracking suspense and wry humor, A Killing Gift, the latest installment in Leslie Glass' April Woo mystery series (after The Silent Bride), finds the intrepid NYPD detective in pursuit of a serial killer with martial arts expertise...
"If you're already a fan of detective April Woo's, one of the New York Police Department's sharpest and funniest, all you need to know is that her latest -- "The Silent Bride," by Leslie Glass -- is just out.
Now in paperback, New York Times Best Selling author Leslie Glass brings us a can't-miss chiller - her scariest novel and best book yet.
From the internecine rivalries of the NYPD to a powerful family's deadly secrets, from a closed community guarding its hidden shame to April's divided loyalties in a case that puts her own life at risk, Stealing Time unfolds like an intricate Chinese puzzle.
It's snowing in New York. On the soaring skyscrapers. On the cozy brownstones. And on the sidewalk in front of a trendy West side restaurant where two bodies lie entangled on the ground.
Leslie Glass offers us the most complex and disturbing case yet for suspense fiction's unforgettable team of NYPD Detective April Woo and psychoanalyst Jason Frank.
A savage killer is on the loose in Manhattan's Upper West Side, and NYPD's April Woo and psychoanalyst Dr. Jason Frank must join forces to stop another brutal killing.
A serial killer leaves a college coed to die in the California desert, his signature of fire seared into her flesh.
Annie Custer is the perfect working wife and mom. Her only problems are her job, her husband and her children.
After twenty-six years of marriage, Cassandra Sales' husband Mitch spends more time abroad than with her.