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Premonition - A Detective Jade Monroe Crime Thriller #4 - cover

Premonition - A Detective Jade Monroe Crime Thriller #4

C.M. Sutter

Publisher: C.M. Sutter

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Nightmares of horrific murders has North Bend’s local psychic, Kate Pierce, frantic with worry. The dreams are reoccurring and far worse than usual. 
Robert Lynch, a knife wielding lunatic, is about to be released from an Atlanta prison after being incarcerated for ten years. The connection between Kate and Robert is deeply personal and she remembers his threats. Kate fears he’ll find her and take her life. 
With local law enforcement regarding Kate as nothing more than a carnival joke, her pleas of impending danger fall on deaf ears. When word gets out that a killer with a fascination for knives is heading their way, North Bend’s finest finally sits up and takes notice. 
In order to stop this murderer in his tracks, Sergeant Jade Monroe has a dangerous plan to save Kate’s life, even if it means putting her own in harm’s way. 
Note: All Detective Jade Monroe books are standalone stories, yet they are best read in chronological order. 
Series One - Detective Jade Monroe Crime Thriller Series 
#1 Maniacal 
#2 Captive 
#3 Fallacy 
#4 Premonition 
#5 Exposed 
Note: The Jade Monroe FBI Thriller books follow on the heels of the conclusion of Exposed, Book 5 in the Detective Jade Monroe Crime Thriller Series. 
Series Two – Agent Jade Monroe FBI Thriller Series 
#1 Snapped  
#2 Justified 
#3 Donors 
#4 Leverage 
#5 Malice

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