Kill Zone
For fans of inspirational and Christian Thrillers! Here are ten brand-new, never-before-published novellas of suspense, intrigue, and thrills from ten of your favorite authors. This special anthology is available for a limited time only! Rick Acker Christy Barritt Patricia Bradley Braxton DeGarmo Luana Ehrlich Heather Day Gilbert Heather I. James Robert Liparulo Jordyn Redwood Jan Thompson SECRETS by Rick Acker Everyone has secrets. Silicon Valley billionaire Scott Sherman’s could forever change three women’s lives—and possibly much, much more. THE WRECKING by Christy Barritt A car crash on a lonely road turns into a nightmare for Andie Meadows when she’s abducted by a serial killer. When the killer begins his terror again years later, she’s the only one who can help the FBI find him before he strikes again. REVENGE by Patricia Bradley Murder becomes a case of mistaken identity at a remote drug rehab. An old threat resurfaces, and Andi Hollister finds herself in the crosshairs of a killer. TEN SECONDS TIL… by Braxton DeGarmo An explosion kills three well-known thugs, and Detective Seamus O’Connor is assigned to a task force to assist the FBI with the investigation. When two more explosive devices target criminals who have escaped justice, the hunt turns its focus on finding a vigilante. But when O’Connor starts getting close, the vigilante begins to hunt him. ONE STEP BACK by Luana Ehrlich When CIA intelligence officer Titus Ray attempts to recruit an Iranian nuclear scientist in Tehran, he puts himself in the crosshairs of the Iranian secret police and triggers a series of events leading to deadly consequences. UNDERCUT by Heather Day Gilbert When Marine sniper-turned-lumberjack Zane Boone finds himself in the crosshairs of vengeful terrorists, will he be able to protect Molly McClure and save his own heart in the process? BURN TIME by Heather I. James Charlotte finds herself at the end of a prison term for committing a felony against a man who deserved it. Upon her release, she finds that he is coming after her. Not for revenge but because he believes she has something of his, something that could put him away for life and topple a criminal enterprise. FULL DRAW by Robert Liparulo After a lifetime of obsession, a vast fortune, and countless murders, Anton Talisen is on the brink of unleashing a powerful, ancient secret against mankind. Hutch has three days to stop him. MALICIOUS INTENT by Jordyn Redwood Bestselling thriller author Lexie Sloan’s life upends when people close to her wind up dead, mirroring the plots of her award-winning novels.

Kill Zone Details

TitleKill Zone
Author
ReleaseOct 3rd, 2017
PublisherGeorgia Press LLC
Rating
GenreRomance, Christian, Suspense, Mystery, Christian Fiction

Kill Zone Review

  • Melissa
    January 1, 1970
    Read Secrets by Rick Acker and Undercut by Heather Gilbert. I really enjoyed both of these thrillers--surprisingly well developed for novellas and lots of action, romance, and intrigue. See my full review here and pick up this entire collection for a low price!Life Fully Booked Review of Secrets and Undercut
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  • Ellen
    January 1, 1970
    I've finished the first two stories and have just begin the third. So far, so good! The stories have been suspenseful featuring international espionage and serial killers, but yet clean and not too graphic.A variety of relationships is explored including a mother and daughter caught on opposing sides of a company lawsuit, a victim and her budding relationship with an investigator, and a detective considering whether he should postpone an engagement to his journalist girl friend who is a recoveri I've finished the first two stories and have just begin the third. So far, so good! The stories have been suspenseful featuring international espionage and serial killers, but yet clean and not too graphic.A variety of relationships is explored including a mother and daughter caught on opposing sides of a company lawsuit, a victim and her budding relationship with an investigator, and a detective considering whether he should postpone an engagement to his journalist girl friend who is a recovering addict.I bought this novels collection because it includes "Undercut" by one of my favorite authors and set in one of my favorite places, Appalachia, but I've found through the years that novella collections are a great way to be introduced to new authors some of whom have become new favorites of mine!
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  • Katherine Jones
    January 1, 1970
    On Undercut by Heather Day Gilbert, part of Kill Zone anthology: I can count on any book by uber-gifted Heather Day Gilbert to hit the mark, especially when it comes in the form of a compact thriller, one a busy reader can easily enjoy in a leisurely day. Her writing is crisp, her characters well-defined and plotting precise — all of which suit novella-length fiction perfectly.I don’t know any author who has published in more genres than Heather, and here’s the thing: she’s at the top of her gam On Undercut by Heather Day Gilbert, part of Kill Zone anthology: I can count on any book by uber-gifted Heather Day Gilbert to hit the mark, especially when it comes in the form of a compact thriller, one a busy reader can easily enjoy in a leisurely day. Her writing is crisp, her characters well-defined and plotting precise — all of which suit novella-length fiction perfectly.I don’t know any author who has published in more genres than Heather, and here’s the thing: she’s at the top of her game in all of them. {This writer’s envious aside: I have no idea how she does it.} Undercut is a shining example. In fact, I wonder if the brevity of the medium doesn’t in fact sharpen Heather’s storytelling skills. This one will especially appeal to women who enjoy a clean, compelling romantic thriller with a light spiritual touch — and of course a satisfying conclusion of justice sought and found.Thanks to the author for providing me this book free of charge. All opinions are mine.
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  • Nancy
    January 1, 1970
    Due to time, I have only read one of the books in this collection so far. The book by Heather Day Gilbert. I found it to be filled with suspense, even though it is a Novella. I was gasping at times because I didn’t know what was happening next. I’d say that’s a well-written suspense novel to cause me to do that! I look forward to going back and reading more of this collection.
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  • Pam
    January 1, 1970
    I read The Wrecking which Is a captivating thriller that keeps you guessing. Will the FBI discover who the killer is in time to protect Samantha and keep him from killing another victim? Read and find out. As always Christy Barrett writes an exciting read and I highly recommend.
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  • Susan Snodgrass
    January 1, 1970
    I love a good suspense tale and this collection sure provides that. Honestly, I would have bought it on the strength of the names of Jordyn Redwood and Heather Gilbert alone. I have read both their contributions so far and they're great! Redwood's feels like a full length novel. I can't wait to get to the rest of the novellas. I will update as I do.
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  • Kim
    January 1, 1970
    Prepare yourself for extreme danger and suspense from a collection of masterful action mystery artists. Each entry in this set is a stand-alone drama full of questions and twists. These thrillers offer a sample of each author's work coupled with good, clean fun. The biggest benefit is for those of us with a limited time or numerous interruptions. You may choose to read one or a couple of the offerings in a sitting. In the future, I'll be checking into more titles offered by these writers.
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  • Deena
    January 1, 1970
    "Kill Zone" features a novella by Jordyn Redwood titled "Malicious Intent". I have loved Redwood's writing since I discovered "Proof", the first novel in the Bloodline Trilogy. Her new novella features the two detectives from that series as they work their first case together as partners.Nathan Long has a chip on his shoulder, and Brett Sawyer has ties to a suspect. They've never worked together, so it was fascinating watching them work out the kinks in their partnership. When I met these fictit "Kill Zone" features a novella by Jordyn Redwood titled "Malicious Intent". I have loved Redwood's writing since I discovered "Proof", the first novel in the Bloodline Trilogy. Her new novella features the two detectives from that series as they work their first case together as partners.Nathan Long has a chip on his shoulder, and Brett Sawyer has ties to a suspect. They've never worked together, so it was fascinating watching them work out the kinks in their partnership. When I met these fictitious characters they were a top notch team, chasing down the perps like a well oiled machine."Malicious Intent" gets my "Packs a Punch" stamp of approval. The entire "Kill Zone" collection is on sale right now for only .99...but hurry! Price goes up after October 8th! I'll be sharing more reviews as I make my way through this stellar collection.
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  • Connie Saunders
    January 1, 1970
    I have just finished reading 'Malicious Intent', one of the novellas included in this Kill Zone collection, and author Jordyn Redwood has set the bar high for the other authors. Her story introduces the two detectives who are featured in Redwood's Bloodline Trilogy and we get to witness the first case that they worked together. Nathan Long is trying to atone for what he considers as grave errors during his time working for the FBI and Brett Sawyer might be considered a tad sarcastic but this fir I have just finished reading 'Malicious Intent', one of the novellas included in this Kill Zone collection, and author Jordyn Redwood has set the bar high for the other authors. Her story introduces the two detectives who are featured in Redwood's Bloodline Trilogy and we get to witness the first case that they worked together. Nathan Long is trying to atone for what he considers as grave errors during his time working for the FBI and Brett Sawyer might be considered a tad sarcastic but this first case allows them to figure out a working partnership. And what a beginning it turns out to be! 'Malicious Intent' is filled with suspense, psychological terror, medical drama and intriguing characters. Christian faith is also an underlying element but it never feels like you are being preached to. If you are wanting a plot with twists and turns, mystery and suspense and good versus evil, then you definitely need to read this story. But be warned! You should prepare to read it in one sitting because you will want to read it without stopping. I started it and I could not put it down! Five stars for 'Malicious Intent'.I received a complimentary copy but I wasn't obligated to post a review.
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  • Delores Topliff
    January 1, 1970
    Patricia Bradley, the author of Revenge in this collection, writes gritty, inspiring Romantic Suspense about believable people struggling with, or learning to acknowledge, real-life problems--whether they face the past to make sense of it to heal, or unravel long-standing mysteries to understand the present and move forward. The hero or heroine interacts with suitably challenging love interests, but must conquer the obstacles between them to reach romance. While doing so, hero and heroine must b Patricia Bradley, the author of Revenge in this collection, writes gritty, inspiring Romantic Suspense about believable people struggling with, or learning to acknowledge, real-life problems--whether they face the past to make sense of it to heal, or unravel long-standing mysteries to understand the present and move forward. The hero or heroine interacts with suitably challenging love interests, but must conquer the obstacles between them to reach romance. While doing so, hero and heroine must both deal with past failures or bad habits while being pursued by cunning, determined, and often crazed killers.In this fast-paced, gripping novella, Will must decide if Andi has overcome her pain-pill addiction enough to risk building a life with her, and she works to regain her life while escaping the human predator from whom she rescued a girl, which now makes him seek Revenge. Warning—do NOT start reading unless you have time to finish this at one sitting.
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  • Cheri Swalwell
    January 1, 1970
    Malicious Intent was a book I didn’t want to put down and continue to think about even though I’m done. I loved it. It kept me guessing from the very beginning and I had no idea who the killer was. I love how the author takes real life issues and puts a sinister twist on them, making the reader wonder, “what if????” I felt as though I was in the house with Grace and Lexie and then again with Brett and Nathan. I could live the scenes like I was watching a suspense show on television. So glad to r Malicious Intent was a book I didn’t want to put down and continue to think about even though I’m done. I loved it. It kept me guessing from the very beginning and I had no idea who the killer was. I love how the author takes real life issues and puts a sinister twist on them, making the reader wonder, “what if????” I felt as though I was in the house with Grace and Lexie and then again with Brett and Nathan. I could live the scenes like I was watching a suspense show on television. So glad to read about Nathan and Brett as they first became partners. Wanting to read more.
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  • Caryl
    January 1, 1970
    I enjoyed reading this collection of thrillers. The intrigue and danger kept me turning the pages.
  • MrsKat
    January 1, 1970
    Good selection of exciting suspense stories. I bought it primarily to read Robert Liparulo's Full Draw.
  • Heather Gilbert
    January 1, 1970
  • Jordyn Redwood
    January 1, 1970
  • Jan Thompson
    January 1, 1970
  • Luana Ehrlich
    January 1, 1970
  • Rick
    January 1, 1970
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