Jul 12, 2014

Twisted Fate

Book Details
Authors: Traci Hunter Abramson, Gregg Luke, and Stephanie Black
Release Date: June 2014
Publisher: Covenant Communications
Genre: Suspense

THREE of my favorite authors have come together for one AMAZING book of SUSPENSE, MYSTERY, "SPINE-TINGLING THRILLS, and CHILLS!"

Just as you finish one FABULOUS story you are thrown into another FABULOUS story and then another FABULOUS story and you can't stop until all three are solved!

Hunted by Traci Hunter Abramson
Reagan is in a very bad situation! The only thing to do is escape. In doing so she is sent literally flying into the arms of a Jill and Doug. Doug is FBI and he and Jill have been contemplating adopting. Is it a 'twisted fate' that they have been brought together? Is Reagan finally safe or will she have to run again?

Death House by Gregg Luke
When Eve moves into a very small town she meet up with Adam. Pulled together by their secrets they decide to explore the old Collier mansion at the dead-end of the street. The manor "where a gruesome, still-unsolved double death had occurred." Adam feels compelled to solve the mystery before the 100-year anniversary on October 13th...if he doesn't, he believes that in some "twisted fate", someone else might die.

Haunting Reminders by Stephanie Black
Jamie is excited to be going back home to her dream job of managing the store called the Treasure Chest. But when vicious pranks start happening to her ex-fiancé and his pregnant wife, everyone believes it is her way of getting revenge. Is is "twisted fate" or can Jamie help them figure out who is behind the attacks before she loses her job or lands in jail?


About the Authors
Traci Hunter Abramson was born in Arizona, where she lived until moving to Venezuela for a study-abroad program. After graduating from Brigham Young University, she worked for the Central Intelligence Agency for several years, eventually resigning in order to raise her family. And though Traci found her passion in caring for her family, she couldn’t manage to forget the action of the CIA, so she turned to writing about it. She has gone on to write a number of bestselling suspense novels that have consistently been nominated as Whitney Award finalists. In 2013, she won her first Whitney award in the mystery/suspense category for Code Word. Her novel, Deep Cover, brought her a second Whitney award in 2014. She enjoys reading, writing, sports, travel and coaching high school swimming.

Stephanie, Gregg, Traci
Gregg Luke~ Throughout my life, I have loved writing. I began my literary career writing and illustrating short stories (none of which were ever published). My first success came with cartoons published in Skin Diver Magazine, the Oceanographic Letter, and several in the New Era. It wasn’t until I had graduated from college that I began to write seriously. Even then, it took nearly ten years before I had any success getting published. I’ve published in the New Era, Destiny Magazine, and Pharmacy Times. My preferred reading genre is science-based thrillers, particularly the works of Robin Cook, Tom Clancy, and Michael Crichton. But I enjoy reading just about anything I get my hands on, fiction and nonfiction, including many LDS authors. My literary claim to fame is being a finalist for a Whitney Award in 2008 for Do No Harm,in 2009 for Altered State, in 2010 for Blink Of An Eye, in 2011 for Bloodborne, and in 2012 for Deadly Undertakings.

Stephanie Black~ I’ve enjoyed making up stories since I was a child, when my sisters and I would play long, strange Barbie games or write and direct plays for ourselves and younger siblings. I took a creative writing class in high school, but my stories stunk, since I hadn’t yet figured out that a story needs a plot. But I finally got a fun idea, and an encouraging comment from the teacher got me rolling. After a few years of writing random scenes, I decided to try writing a novel start to finish, but that led to a failed unfinished manuscript and the realization that there was a lot more to writing fiction than I’d ever understood. I began reading books about fiction technique and started over with my novel project. After many years of reading technique books, writing, rewriting, more rewriting, submitting, and then—when I thought I was finished—major rewriting, my first novel, a futuristic thriller called The Believer, was published by Covenant Communications in January 2005. I then turned to writing contemporary suspense, and Fool Me Twice was released in 2008, followed by Methods of Madness (2009), Cold as Ice (2010), Rearview Mirror (2011),Shadowed (2012), and The Witnesses (2013). Four of my mysteries are Whitney Award winners for Best Mystery/Suspense, and The Witnesses was a Whitney Award Finalist for Best Speculative Novel.

(A review copy was provided, however, all reviews are of my own opinion :)


  1. I met Gregg Luke at an ANWA Conference, he's a pretty cool guy and gave an awesome lesson on how to write suspense. I read one of his books and he is REALLY good at building up the intensity :)

    1. I am lucky enough to have met all three of them. They are all AMAZING!
      You will LOVE this book!
      Thanks for coming to see me...come again :)



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