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Linda Castillo


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Linda Castillo is the New York Times bestselling author of the Kate Burkholder series, including Sworn to Silence and Gone Missing, crime thrillers set in Amish country. Sworn to Silence was recently adapted into a Lifetime original movie titled An Amish Murder starring Neve Campbell as Kate Burkholder.

Castillo is the recipient of numerous industry awards, including the Daphne du Maurier Award of Excellence and the Holt Medallion, and she received a nomination for the Rita. In addition to writing, Castillo’s other passion is horses, particularly her appaloosa George. She lives in Texas with her husband and is currently at work on her next novel.
Genres: Mystery, Romantic Suspense
 
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The Good Daughter (2012)
(Vista Security, book 1)
Diana Layne
"Diana Layne delivers classic suspense... fresh and impossible to put down."
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Dark River Rising (2017)
(Wallace Hartman Mystery, book 1)
Roger Johns
"Roger Johns paints a beautiful and dangerous picture of Baton Rouge. . . . Dark River Rising is crime fiction at its finest, a fascinating blend of atmosphere, a compelling mystery and a protagonist you won't soon forget."
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A-List (2017)
(Jake Longly, book 2)
D P Lyle
"Wisecracking private eye Jake Longly and his entourage return with D.P. Lyle's A-List, a fun and suspenseful mystery that takes readers on a white-knuckle trip to The Big Easy."
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Portrait of a Sister (2018)
Laura Bradford
"Laura Bradford’s Portrait of a Sister is women’s fiction at its finest. Set among the Amish, the story puts on full display the power of love for family, the unique love shared by sisters, and the relationships that define our world. I read Portrait of a Sister in one sitting and I loved every single page."
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Blessed Be the Wicked (2018)
(Abish Taylor Mystery, book 1)
D A Bartley
"Blessed Be the Wicked is razor sharp and crackles with a relentless tension. D.A. Bartley takes readers on a dark passage into the depths of a little known society that is as fascinating as it is secretive."

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