Why should I provide my email address?

Start saving money today with our FREE daily newsletter packed with the best FREE and bargain Kindle book deals. We will never share your email address!
Sign Up Now!

The only clue is a call Mitch gets from someone whose number is blocked, the anonymous speaker saying, “Ticktock, ticktock”… Run For Your Life: A Heart Stopping Thriller by C. M. Sutter

Thriller of The Day

Run For Your Life: A Heart Stopping Thriller (Mitch Cannon Savannah Heat Thriller Series Book 1)

by C. M. Sutter
4.3 stars – 6,470 reviews
Everyday Price: $4.99
Supports Us with Commissions Earned
Text-to-Speech: Enabled
Here’s the set-up:

Fans of James Patterson or Michael Connelly will love C. M. Sutter!
Download this first book in the unputdownable Mitch Cannon Savannah Heat Thriller Series.

With the weekend right around the corner, Homicide Detective Mitch Cannon is looking forward to Saturday night. It isn’t often he has a date, and this one will be particularly interesting. His new friend Liza is beautiful, edgy, outspoken, and somewhat odd.

But Mitch’s usual Friday-morning phone call to his mom sets the wheels in motion for five days of pure hell. Mitch’s sister, Marie, has gone missing without a trace. His date is canceled, and Mitch’s partner, Devon, and Liza also go missing the following night. The only clue is a call Mitch gets from someone whose number is blocked, the anonymous speaker saying, “Ticktock, ticktock.”

Mitch and the entire Habersham precinct set out on a white-knuckle search to find his sister, partner, and new friend before time runs out and all three are gone forever.

Editorial Review
“Savannah Homicide Detective Mitch Cannon has a new lady friend, Liza, who walks on the wild side, but his concerns over her take a back seat when his sister Marie goes missing. The next day, his partner and Liza go missing as well, and all three disappearances are somehow linked to one of his past cases, but the police keep coming up empty when they try to find out how. The first installment in this new series is edgy, fast-paced, and often chilling. Sutter’s fans will eat it up.” Angela M., Line Editor, Red Adept Editing

Share via
Copy link
Powered by Social Snap