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Best Psychological Thriller Fiction. Uncover the Mystery in A.R. Shaw's Pretend You're Here - Can FBI Agent Stephanie Caddel Outsmart a Kidnapper in Northern Idaho?
Thrilling psychological thriller fiction. Uncover the Mystery of an Elusive Kidnapper with FBI Agent Stephanie Caddel in Pretend You're Here by A. R. Shaw!
Do you love suspenseful stories that keep you on the edge of your seat?
Best Psychological Thriller Fiction
Look no further than Pretend You're Here by A. R. Shaw.
So, in this thrilling novel, FBI Agent Stephanie Caddel is hunting a kidnapper in Northern Idaho. What she doesn't expect is to become his next victim. With the clock ticking, she must use her cunning and wit to save herself and others from the kidnapper.
But, Pretend You're Here is a gripping story full of unexpected twists and turns. Experience Stephanie's fear and desperation as she races against time to save herself and others. Will Stephanie and the victims make it out alive?
Read Pretend You're Here to find out!
- So, follow FBI Agent Stephanie Caddel on her dangerous mission to capture a kidnapper in Northern Idaho.
- But, experience the suspense as Caddel races against time to prevent becoming the kidnapper's next victim.
- Then enjoy the thrilling psychological thriller of Pretend You're Here by A. R. Shaw.
A. R. Shaw is a bestselling author of suspenseful crime fiction. Her latest novel, Pretend You're Here, follows FBI Agent Stephanie Caddel as she investigates a kidnapping case in Northern Idaho.
A. R. Shaw has been writing stories since childhood, and her passion for creating thrilling tales led her to pursue a career in writing. She is a dedicated storyteller who brings readers on a journey of mystery, intrigue, and suspenseful adventure. With Pretend You're Here, A. R. Shaw has crafted an exciting page-turner that will keep readers guessing until the very end.
"Totally addictive. Can’t get enough. But read it in one sitting! More please!!" - Mystery Fan
"I loved this. I was in a fog at times, wondering WTH is going on here, which I enjoy in a book. Transparent plots are boring. If I want cookie cutters, I'll bake gingerbread. I am looking forward to finding out what happens next." - MQ
"I've read quite a few dystopian and apocalyptic novels. This one definitely had new and enjoyable twists. I could see this as a precursor to a series." - Vicki
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