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Publication Order of Detective Megan Thomas Books

Buried Deep (2020)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Close to the Bone (2020)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

Publication Order of Kaz Phelps Books

The Informant (2014)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
The Mourner (2015)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
The Killer (2016)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

Publication Order of Standalone Novels

It Should Have Been Me (2019)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
A Killer's Heart: A gripping political conspiracy (2020)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

Susan Wilkins
Susan Wilkins, born in Southend-on-Sea, Essex, The United Kingdom, is an internationally published best selling author who is best known for page turning and addictive crime fiction.

After a Law degree and a stint as a journalist, Susan spent twenty-five years writing for television. She created “South of the Border”, the pioneering BBC detective drama and has more than 130 broadcast credits to her name.

Susan’s debut novel, called “The Informant”, was released in the year 2014, and is the first of her “Kaz Phelps” trilogy.

“The Informant” is the first novel in the “Kaz Phelps” series and was released in the year 2014. Kaz Phelps, as a drug fueled teen tearaway, took the rap for Joey (her younger brother) over a botched armed robbery and went to jail for it. Six years later, she gets released on licence. Sober and clean, and driven by one secret passion for Helen, her lawyer, Kaz wants to escape from the abuse and violence of her Essex gangster family.

Joey’s a calculating, charming, and cold psychopath. He worships the ground that Kaz walks on and he is desperate to get her back to the family firm. All that Kaz wants is a fresh start, and put the past well behind her. Joey kills an undercover cop, DS Nicci Armstrong is determined to arrest him and lock him up. What she does not realize is that her efforts are being sabotaged by a member of their own and the Met’s being challenged right at the highest level.

For Kaz, the final test comes when Sean, her cousin, gets out of jail. He is a callous and old-school thug that wants to show Kaz who’s boss. Kaz might be tough enough to face any man down, however is she strong enough to turn her back on her own family and go straight?

Kaz makes for a tremendous lead, there is an exciting plot line, and some skillful writing. It is an incredible read filled with action that is sure to keep you up past your bedtime reading. Susan does a fantastic job of bringing these characters to life in this tension filled gritty story.

“The Mourner” is the second novel in the “Kaz Phelps” series and was released in the year 2015. If she’s unable to get justice, would she settle for vengeance?

Kaz has escaped from her brother and criminal past to become just an anonymous art student in Glasgow. However can life in the witness protection scheme ever grant her the freedom she yearns for? Brooding and banged up, Joey Phelps is facing thirty years locked up. Still, with connections on the outside and money, could an overstretched prison system actually contain him?

Helen Warner, Kaz’s one time lover and lawyer, is a rising star in Parliament. However could she have made the sort of enemies that don’t have any regard for the democratic process, or the law?

Nicci Armstrong, who is paralyzed by tragic personal loss and ousted from the police force, is now in danger of going under. Could a job she doesn’t even want with a private security firm help put her life back on its track?

A murder that looks like a suicide and corruption that goes right to the core of government unite ex-con and ex-cop alike in a lethal quest to find out the truth. What they find proves what they both have always known to be true. Villainy is rife on either side of the law.

Kaz is a strong female that is able to assert herself against the dodgy criminal types she comes up against and is not a victim at all. Wilkins writes some very fascinating characters, the sort that you can totally believe in and understand.

“The Killer” is the third novel in the “Kaz Phelps” series and was released in the year 2017. She was a woman, which made them believe killing her would be easy.

Kaz Phelps is on the run. From the legacy of her criminal family, from the past, from the haunting memories of her murdered lover. The cops want to put her back in jail and her foes only want her dead. As she stands by the grave of her gangster brother, she realizes that she has but one option. To fight back.

Nicci Armstrong was one of the best detectives the Met had until personal tragedy made her quit. Now she is responsible for the security for the super rich that use her city as a playground. She’s one of the very few people that Kaz might be able to trust. However Nicci’s biggest mistake to date is falling in love with a guy she knows is just using her.

At the same time, a disgraced politician dreams about revenge, while envious rivals back home plot against him, one Russian billionaire looks for a special gift to keep the Kremlin onside, and this Turkish drug baron plots to purge all his dishonor with blood.

Susan delivers an entirely captivating and tremendous conclusion to this trilogy, and readers had a tough time tearing themselves away from it. Nicci develops incredibly well over the course of the series. Susan turns this whole genre on its head, with strong gutsy ladies, and this is a stunner of a finale for Kaz’s journey.

“It Should Have Been Me” is the first stand alone novel and was released in the year 2019. She believed she knew it all about her sister. She might be wrong.

DC Jo Boden was just eleven years old when Sarah, her older sister, was savagely murdered during her first year of University. Nathan Wade, her boyfriend, ended up being convicted of the murder. Sixteen years later, Wade’s being released on license and Briony Rowe, a documentary filmmaker, says that she is able to prove his innocence.

The Boden family has not been able to recover from this tragedy, and they have always been certain of Wade’s guilt. Jo, who grew up thinking her sister was perfect in every way, begins questioning the evidence that put Wade behind bars. Perhaps Sarah was keeping some very dark secrets of her own.

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