Books by Laura DiSilverio

THAT LAST WEEKEND by Laura DiSilverio
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Sept. 8, 2017

"DiSilverio's signature easy-to-follow plotting draws readers in without relying on a specific theme, as proven by recent forays into science fiction (Incubation, 2016, etc.) and political thrillers (Close Call, 2016, etc.)."
Returning to the scene of a past crime, five friends don't know whom to trust because they fear one of them may be a murderer. Read full book review >
CLOSE CALL by Laura DiSilverio
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Sept. 8, 2016

"Though lacking the banter typical of DiSilverio's series (The Readaholics and the Gothic Gala, 2016, etc.), this stand-alone has a fast-moving plot that's so engrossing you may not notice its failure to delve into the complexity of D.C. politics."
After accidentally exchanging phones with a killer for hire, a woman must rely on her estranged sister's help to recover her phone and her life. Read full book review >
SWIFT RUN by Laura DiSilverio
Released: Nov. 27, 2012

"Though the action grinds to a painful halt when Charlie pairs off with her potential love interests, anything can happen when Gigi's at the helm."
Odd-couple female investigators take on an equally odd case when they're hired to look into the disappearance of the man who used to be married to one of them. Read full book review >
SWIFT EDGE by Laura DiSilverio
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: Dec. 6, 2011

"Charlie's second doesn't live up to the quirky charm of her series debut (Swift Justice, 2010) but still deserves better-than-average scores."
The case of a missing figure skater ushers a private eye into a world whose skaters' personalities are more fearsome than the investigation itself. Read full book review >
SWIFT JUSTICE by Laura DiSilverio
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: Oct. 12, 2010

"Though Gigi's disastrously silly scrapes exasperate Charlie, readers will eat them up in this charming series debut by DiSilverio, aka Lila Dare (Tressed to Kill, 2010)."
A private investigator is saddled with her silent partner's not-so-silent ex-wife. Read full book review >