Three “gritty, vivid, and suspenseful” books in the Edgar Award–winning series featuring South Florida PI Max Freeman (Harlan Coben).

From a writer who “adds new dimensions of depth and substance to the modern crime novel,” this thrilling and critically acclaimed series follows a tormented ex-cop from Philadelphia to South Florida on a quest to earn redemption for his dark past (Michael Connelly).
 
The Blue Edge of Midnight: After a shootout during a convenience store holdup led to the accidental death of a twelve-year-old, Max Freeman left the Philadelphia police department behind for a life in exile in the Florida Everglades. Since then, he’s lived in seclusion, haunted by guilt, with the humid night and the nocturnal predators of the swamp as his only company. But everything changes when he discovers a young girl’s body floating in the muddy waters and becomes the prime suspect for her murder. To prove his innocence, Freeman must find the real killer—and confront his own tortured soul—before it’s too late.
 
A Visible Darkness: When five elderly women are murdered in Fort Lauderdale, Max Freeman is determined to get to the bottom of it. His friend, lawyer Billy Manchester, believes the crimes are tied to a conspiracy to collect on the women’s life insurance policies. But when Freeman uncovers a shocking betrayal, he soon realizes the gruesome plot reaches further than anyone thought possible. Now, it’s a race against the clock to hunt down the psychopath behind the murders—before the killer sets his sights on Freeman himself.
 
Shadow Men: In the 1920s, three of Mark Mayes’s ancestors left to help build the first road through the Everglades, backbreaking labor from which they never returned. Now, decades later, Mayes has discovered letters that point to murder as the cause of their disappearance, and he hires Max Freeman to investigate. But as Freeman follows the trail of evidence, he incurs the wrath of the corporation that built the road—and realizes the case may not be as cold as everyone assumed.
When a pregnant judge is abducted, a PI follows her trail into the Florida Everglades in this novel by “the master of the high-stakes thriller” (Michael Connelly).

US district judge Diane Manchester has looked across the courtroom into the eyes of evil before. But today, as she presides over the extradition hearing of a notorious Colombian drug lord, she is also eight months pregnant. Her chair is uncomfortable, her robe is constrictive, and her due date is fast approaching. If she shows a single sign of weakness, Diane risks jeopardizing the biggest trial of her career and setting a vicious murderer free.

In seconds, her situation takes a harrowing turn for the worse. Walking to her favorite lunch spot, Diane is grabbed off the street, thrown into the back of a white van, blindfolded, and threatened with death. She has no idea who her kidnappers are or what they want. Maintaining a strict code of silence, they refuse to give her even the smallest glimmer of hope.

But Diane’s captors have overlooked a crucial detail: Her husband, Billy, is the employer and best friend of Max Freeman, Philadelphia cop turned South Florida private investigator. Tossing off the rule of law, Freeman sets out to determine which of a rogues’ gallery of suspects took Diane—and to save her and her unborn child before it’s too late.

From the author of the Edgar Award winner The Blue Edge of Midnight, whose “descriptions of Florida’s backwaters put him right up there with James W. Hall and Randy Wayne White” (Chicago Tribune), this is a mystery with “the kind of clock-driven suspense seen in the best of Harlan Coben” (Booklist).
 
The South Florida PI is back in the Edgar Award–winning series from a national bestselling author and “the master of the high-stakes thriller” (Michael Connelly).
 
National bestselling author Jonathon King continues his Edgar Award–winning series that follows a tormented ex-cop from Philadelphia to South Florida on a quest to earn redemption from his dark past. “Whether taking us to the dark corners of the Everglades or the hard streets of Philadelphia, King’s writing is gritty, vivid, and suspenseful” (Harlan Coben).
 
A Killing Night: After three young female bartenders are murdered in Miami, and another goes missing in Philadelphia, private investigator Max Freeman is hired—by his ex-girlfriend Sherry—to look into the deaths. He accepts the job grudgingly, especially since Sherry is convinced the killer is a retired police officer who once saved Freeman’s life back in Philly.
 
“Compelling from start to finish.” —The Miami Herald
 
Acts of Nature: Max and Sherry’s vacation in the Everglades ends abruptly when Hurricane Simone slams into the Sunshine State, leaving them stranded in the swamp and forced to contend with opportunistic crooks looking to benefit from the disaster and hired muscle from a powerful oil company hoping to protect a lethal secret—regardless of who stands in the way.
 
“An action-packed glide through the Glades.” —South Florida Sun-Sentinel
 
Midnight Guardians: Freeman takes on a case involving a conspiracy to defraud Medicare—but he quickly discovers there’s more to it than a simple scam. Soon the former Philadelphia cop is calling upon his old street instincts when an ex-drug kingpin known as the Brown Man turns up—and Freeman’s girlfriend, Det. Sherry Richards, is put in harm’s way.
 
“Captivating.” —Publishers Weekly
 
Don’t Lose Her: When a pregnant judge is abducted while presiding over the extradition hearing of a notorious Columbian drug lord, Freeman follows her trail into the Everglades to save her and her unborn child before it’s too late.
 
“This book moves with relentless abandon.” —Michael Connelly
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