Diamonds, Danger, and A Deadly Secret…
A Katerina Carter Legal Thriller
Private investigator and forensic accountant Katerina Carter uncovers a sinister connection between blood diamonds and organized crime. Then two company employees are brutally murdered and her investigation becomes much more dangerous than she had ever imagined. Can she can stay alive long enough to expose the real criminals…or will her first case be her last?
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Exit Strategy is an action-packed legal thriller in the vein of Michael Connelly and John Grisham, teeming with greed, corruption, and conspiracy in the corridors of power. This stunning debut crime thriller suspense novel from crime author Colleen Cross will captivate you with psychological suspense, international intrigue and surprising plot twists in the great legal thriller tradition of Adam Mitzner, Greg Iles, Lisa Scottoline and Rachel Caine. A financial thriller with a cool new private investigator who gets the job done. Fans of Girl on the Train and Stillhouse Lake will love this riveting crime thriller.
“An international tale of diamonds, danger, and disappearance, Exit Strategy gripped me from page one…”
“Exit Strategy, the first in the action-packed Katerina Carter Legal Thriller series, is a suspenseful psychological thriller sure to keep you turning pages!”
“…Heart-stopping tension and intrigue!”
“What do you do when the bodies pile up? Follow the money. This smart and fast-paced financial thriller will get your adrenaline pumping and your mind racing from Vancouver to Buenos Aires Argentina, A twisty crime thriller that will keep you guessing.”
“Murder and misfortune and money go hand in hand…one of the best crime thrillers and mystery books this year!”
“If you like thriller books with an international flair, check out Exit Strategy. From Vancouver to Argentina and beyond, Cross’s suspense thriller books are tightly plotted with pacing and suspense reminiscent of Grisham books.”