Releasing May 20th
Book 6 in the Jess Kimball series
A heart surgeon is in jail. His wife has been kidnapped and their driver driver murdered.
The police files are thick with video footage and telephone calls, statements and witnesses.
The evidence is obvious, but the doctor claims it’s not true. Out of options, he begs Jess Kimball to nail the ruthless killer whose crimes are the ultimate game.
But Jess isn’t playing. Not now. Not ever.
Because justice is never a game.
Books with Diane Capri
Jess Kimball is an investigative reporter, who for the want of a better term, kicks ass. Which is just as well because she has a penchant for going up against some of the most ruthless criminals.
A boy admitted to hospital might be Jess’s missing son, but a rich senator stands in her way. Will she uncover his secret, or will she and the boy become victims of the senator’s twisted mind?
When Jess Disrupts a hostage payoff at Rome airport, she’s thrust into a game of life or death, and she’s only one chance. But who will make the fatal error?
When Jess finds one of the victims of a ruthless criminal’s scam might still be alive, she must risk her own life to save theirs.
Books by Nigel Blackwell
The heart-stopping action keeps you from putting this book by Diane Capri and Nigel Blackwell down until its thrilling conclusion.M Davis
I’m hooked on the Jess Kimball series!! These are gripping from the very beginning and very hard to put down! When you read these you really need to love fast paced books as these just run with the story and keep you hooked right to the very end – an excellent read!Shelly
I loved how easily I was swept up into this book. It is a fun, fast paced, humorous, action packed book that I just couldn’t put down.Jessica F
By turns edge-of-the-seat thrilling and laugh-out-loud funny, Paris Love Match has it all: an endearing and believable hero, action, adventure, romance, and a beautifully rendered Paris backdrop. Don’t miss this joyride!Diane H
Diane has been a friend of mine in several online writing groups for some years. She's a prolific writer with thirty-plus books to her name. She's talented, hardworking, and generous with her wisdom - all of which has helped her to the USA Today and New York Times...read more
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Okay, I admit it, I talk to our dog, Sidnei. I don't feel too bad about it, especially since Prince Charles talks to his plants. At least our dog can answer back. Not that answering back is always a good thing. There are certainly pros and cons to a conversation with...read more
… and people say engineers aren't creative! All the best to you for a creative week (with or without screws!). Cheersread more
Book covers are works of art in their own right. Mine was made from the image above, a good deal of photoshop, and a lot more artistic talent than I’m blessed with. The original picture is from a stock library. I like the style, the fact that the images were Parisian,...read more
Carpet colors are spiraling out of control. I used to think that the episode of Frasier where he's having his carpet replaced, was pretty funny. He’s discussing the color, Harvest Wheat, with his brother. This is a new color, he says, which has been discovered between...read more