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Kate White


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In addition to being a book author, Kate White is the editor-in-chief of Cosmopolitan, the largest-selling women's magazine in the world. Kate began her career in the magazine business by winning Glamour Magazine's Top Ten College Women contest and appearing on the cover.
 

Genres: Mystery, Romantic Suspense
 

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Fashion Victim (2005)
(Annie Anderson, book 1)
Sam Baker
"A gripping thriller as sharp as Jimmy Choo stilettos."
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I Am Pilgrim (2013)
(Pilgrim , book 1)
Terry Hayes
"This murder mystery/spy thriller grabs you from the first sentence and won't let you out of its grip. A brilliant American secret agent and forensics expert is in a race against the clock to stop a terrorist with a plan to destroy the United States. Please fasten your seat belt."
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The Banker's Wife (2018)
Cristina Alger
"The Banker’s Wife is the best kind of thriller: break-neck pace, gutsy women characters who are their own heroes -- and if the action in dazzling locales don’t take your breath away, the twisty surprises will."
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Stranger in the Lake (2020)
Kimberly Belle
"Belle's latest is another riveting, superbly written, didn't-see-that-coming thriller that will keep you up way past your bedtime. With tension building on every page, Charlotte digs relentlessly for the truth about her new husband, even though it might destroy everything she loves."
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Reckless Girls (2022)
Rachel Hawkins
"When six adventurous twenty-somethings set sail for a South Pacific Island in Rachel Hawkins' un-put-downable new thriller, you might wish you were on board with them. That is, until the secrets they've packed expose themselves, the island turns menacing, and it suddenly becomes clear there's a killer in paradise. Forget an early night. As the body count mounts in this fresh and riveting take on Agatha Christie's And Then There Were None, you'll tear breathlessly through the pages and won't stop until you reach the stunning, jaw-dropping conclusion, one that makes you ask, 'Can anyone ever be trusted?'"

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