Allison Brennan is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of more than two dozen novels, including Stalked, Cold Snap, Silenced, and many short stories. A former consultant in the California State Legislature, she lives in Northern California with her husband Dan and their five children.
"World-class nail-biter . . . Brennan is in the groove." --Lee Child, New York Times bestselling author on Love Me to Death"Grabbing the reader by the throat from almost the first page, this pulse-ratcheting romantic suspense from Brennan delivers intense action, multifaceted characters, and a truly creepy bad guy...[A] fast-paced, engrossing read." --Publishers Weekly on Love Me to Death"The suspense builds at just the right pace, with unexpected twists and turns...realism and detail that grabs you by the throat...an excellent beginning to the Lucy Kincaid series." --Fresh Fiction on Love Me to Death"Twists and turns in this dark drama make it creepy and compelling in the extreme!" --RT Book Reviews, 4.5 stars on Love Me to Death"A page turner, full throttle thriller...One of the best books that I've read in the romantic thriller genre." --Bewitched Bookworms on Love Me to Death"Allison Brennan delivers a page-turner filled with suspense, romance and thrills." --Night Owl Reviews on Love Me to Death"[A] riveting new series...Lucy continues to be a fascinating and enticing character, and her ongoing development adds depth to an already rich brew of murder and mystery. Brennan rocks!" --RT Book Reviews on Kiss Me, Kill Me"In bestseller Brennan's roiling third suspense novel... Rooting out the cancer that infects Spruce Lake reveals a convoluted history of increasingly deadly crime." --Publishers Weekly on If I Should Die"Brennan's Lucy Kincaid/Sean Rogan books are not only excellent procedural thrillers, but also chart the evolution of an intriguing relationship. The peeks into the mind of this heinous killer are all too chilling, making the threat level palpable and the story riveting. Brennan is on a major roll!" --RT Book Reviews on If I Should Die