Suspense

Sons of Cain
by Val Bianco

Published in 2011 by Lepanto Group, LLC

Sons of Cain is a true Catholic thriller, shockingly pertinent to the times we live in. Read our full review here.


Rachel’s Contrition
by Michelle Buckman

Published in 2010 by Sophia Institute Press

Rachel’s Contrition is about a young woman who had nothing, won it all, and then lost everything. After the death of her daughter, grief-spawned delusions cause Rachel to lose her husband, her home, and custody of her son. Help arrives from two unlikely sources: a young teen, Lilly, battling her own demons, and a tattered holy card depicting Saint Therese of Lisieux. As Rachel grows closer to Lilly and comes to know Saint Therese, unbidden memories from her edgy past reveal fearful mysteries of seduction, madness, and murder . . . and a truth that will haunt her forever.


The Shadow of the Bear
by Regina Doman

Originally published in 1997 under the title Snow White and Rose Red
Republished in 2002 by Bethlehem Books

The Shadow of the Bear is the story of two sisters in New York City, timid Blanche and fearless Rose, who meet a mysterious stranger, Bear, who comes to their door one snowy night.


Black as Night
by Regina Doman

Originally published in 2004 by Bethlehem Books
Republished by Chesterton Press

In Black as Night, seven friars working among the homeless in New York City discover a runaway girl on their doorstep.


Waking Rose
by Regina Doman

Published in 2007 by Chesterton Press

Waking Rose is about a vibrant young woman who has a tragic accident and falls into a coma. The only person who can help is a young man who is too afraid to be anyone’s knight in shining armor.


The Midnight Dancers
by Regina Doman

Published in 2008 by Chesterton Press

The Midnight Dancers is a modern retelling of “The Twelve Dancing Princesses.” The clever plot combines summer romance with the deeper question of: why do some find goodness to be boring?


Alex O’Donnell and the 40 CyberThieves
by Regina Doman

Pulished in 2010 by Chesterton Press

Alex O’Donnell and the 40 CyberThieves is a high-tech thriller for ages 13 and up. Alex returns from college to find that his dad, a computer hacker and software programmer, has inadvertently discovered a mysterious website which leads to sudden wealth. But at what cost?
Read our review here (you may need to scroll down to find it.)


Stealing Jenny
by Ellen Gable

Published in 2011 by Full Quiver Publishing

Stealing Jennyis a smoothly written, chilling tail of gripping suspense. Catholic faith and hope are tested in this contemporary story involving the kidnapping of a young pregnant mother. Read our full review here.

Visionary
by Michael Hallford

Published in 2008 by Tumblar House

Slacker reporter, Jim Jacobson, is sent to cover the visit of the mystic-prophet figure, Nigel Fox. Jacobson’s skepticism is exceeded only by his self doubt and remorse about his own life and roots. Before the day is over he will be hurled into an adventure that spans sixty years of history, the events of a world war, a beautiful and ill-fated love affair set in the backdrop of eastern Orthodox spirituality. . . .

Frozen Footprints
by Therese Heckenkamp

Published in 2012 by Tumblar House

When a wealthy young man disappears and a ransom note shows up, his twin sister’s world is shattered. Fearing the worst, Charlene determines to find her brother before it’s too late. Her quest hurls her into a twisted, frigid world of icy terror.

Past Suspicion
by Therese Heckenkamp

Originally published in 2003 by Publish America
Republished in 2012 by Ivory Tower Press

Past Suspicion is a modern suspense story about a teen on a quest to unravel the dangerous secrets of her mother’s past. Read reviews here.

Death in the Choir
by Lorraine V. Murray

Published in 2009 by Tumblar House

In Death in the Choir, widow Francesca is looking for love, not a murder mystery, when she joins the choir at St. Rita’s Catholic Church. But she may just find both . . . Read our review here.


Roses are Red, Diamonds are Blue by Donna Alice Patton
Published in 2013 by MuseItUp Publishing

Where’s the Anastasia? It’s been almost a year since Laura Barkley’s husband, a museum curator, was murdered and the fabled Anastasia Diamond stolen. A long year filled with accusations, too many accidents directed toward Laura and her twins, plus plenty of soul searching…
Read our review here.

In-Sight
by Gerard D. Webster

Published in 2009 by Outskirts Press

In-Sight has received the Catholic Writers Guild Seal of Approval!
In-Sight is also a Readers Favorite 2009 Award Winner!
Our review of In-Sight can be found here.


The Soul Reader
by Gerard D. Webster

Published in 2011 by WestBow Press

In The Soul Reader, sequel to In-Sight, Ward McNulty’s life is fast flowing downhill after a tragic accident, a painful breakup, and the murder of his father. Ward lost his job, and now he’s losing his home. Just as he is preparing to move back in with his mother, ex-girlfriend Carrie Hope re-enters his life, trying to convince him to collaborate on a high-profile book dealing with the disastrous North Beach Project. Read our review here.

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