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Kendra Elliot

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Kendra Elliot won a 2014 Daphne du Maurier award for best Romantic Suspense for Buried, which was also an International Thriller Writers' finalist for Best Paperback Original and a Romantic Times finalist for best Romantic Suspense. She grew up in the lush Pacific Northwest and still lives there with her husband, three daughters, two cats, and a Pomeranian. She left the dental world after sixteen years to write full time in 2012. She's always been fascinated with forensics, refuses to eat anything green, and loves a strong Mai Tai on the beach on Kauai.

Genres: Romantic Suspense, Mystery

Bone Secrets
   1. Hidden (2012)
   2. Chilled (2012)
   3. Buried (2013)
   3.5. Veiled (2013)
   4. Alone (2014)
   5. Known (2016)
Callahan & McLane
   1. Vanished (2014)
   2. Bridged (2015)
   3. Spiraled (2015)
   4. Targeted (2016)
Kendra Elliot recommends
Her Last Day (2017)
(Jessie Cole, book 1)
T R Ragan
"Readers will obsess over T.R. Ragan’s new tenacious heroine. I can't wait for the next in the series!"
Pretty Girls Dancing (2018)
Kylie Brant
"A complex and character-driven mystery that will keep you turning pages until late at night."
Birthday Girl (2018)
Matthew Iden
"Iden has written an engrossing read with an unexpected hero. The unique characters kept me turning the pages, driven to learn their fates. Skilled description and talented plotting took me on a suspenseful ride. If you're a newcomer to Iden’s work, you won't be disappointed. I’ll never view birthdays in the same light."
Lost Hills (2020)
(Eve Ronin, book 1)
Lee Goldberg
"A winner. Packed with procedure, forensics, vivid descriptions, and the right amount of humor. Fervent fans of Connelly and Crais, this is your next read."
Blink of an Eye (2021)
(Kendra Michaels, book 8)
Iris Johansen and Roy Johansen
"This creative duo always delivers gripping suspense!."
The Hive (2021)
Gregg Olsen
"Die-hard Gregg Olsen fans will love The Hive; new readers will become fans. Olsen deftly guides the reader through the pages, cranking up the suspense as long-held secrets rise to the surface. The result is compulsively page turning as Olsen keeps the reader’s mind buzzing in suspense. He hooks the reader as a dark crime from the past collides with a crime from the present."
The Wrong Woman (2022)
(Kendall Beck, book 1)
Leanne Kale Sparks
"This is a killer of a novel. Fresh, fast, and fascinating."

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