Books by Lis Wiehl

LETHAL BEAUTY by Lis Wiehl
MYSTERY & CRIME
Released: March 3, 2015

"Fans of Mia Quinn (A Deadly Business, 2014, etc.) will find this a well-considered addition to the series."
A prosecutor focused on the murder of a young prostitute uncovers what could be a human trafficking ring. Read full book review >
FATAL TIDE by Lis Wiehl
MYSTERY & CRIME
Released: Sept. 17, 2013

"Though usually known for memorable characters, Wiehl and Nelson lose the trail and the reader when what should be the climax of their East Salem trilogy gets bogged down describing the rules of the supernatural world and reciting the story developments since the second installment (Darkness Rising, 2012)."
A plague of demons threatens humanity, and there's only a small team of the devout, backed up by some angels, to stop them. Read full book review >
A MATTER OF TRUST by Lis Wiehl
Released: March 19, 2013

"Fans who miss the characters and relationships Wiehl (Eyes of Justice, 2012, etc.) usually develops and find her case for a sympathetic heroine less than compelling may want to wait till next time around."
A prosecutor investigating a colleague's death realizes that she too could be in danger. Read full book review >
DARKNESS RISING by Lis Wiehl
Released: Oct. 2, 2012

"Since Wiehl (Eyes of Justice, 2012, etc.) and Nelson's pulp Armageddon runs into all the usual middle-of-trilogy problems—an ill-defined beginning, a cliffhanger ending and endless, relatively shapeless conflict in between—readers are advised to start with Waking Hours before entering this door to East Salem."
The demonic evil that first became apparent in St. Adrian's Academy for Boys spreads further in this sequel to Waking Hours (2011). Read full book review >
EYES OF JUSTICE by Lis Wiehl
MYSTERY & CRIME
Released: April 3, 2012

"Fans may be dismayed at the demise of a key player, but the fast-paced writing and appealing characters go a long way to making amends."
The surviving members of the Triple Threat (Hand of Fate, 2010, etc.) investigate the shocking murder of one of their own. Read full book review >