Jamie Mason was born in Oklahoma City and grew up in Washington, DC. She’s most often reading and writing, but in the life left over, she enjoys films, Formula 1 racing, football, traveling, and, conversely, staying at home. Jamie lives with her husband and two daughters in the mountains of western North Carolina. She is the author of Three Graves Full, Monday’s Lie, and The Hidden Things.
Franco, Luigi and Enrico Mogliotti, small-time crims ready for the big time. Gina, the fiery Sicilian business woman, drawn to the seedy underbelly of town.
Georgette McKinley, the young, gorgeous and highly-talented TV reporter. Driven with ambition, she learns quickly the cost of getting to the top – and the enormous cost of staying there. Bill Murphy, former journalist, now internationally famous author, craves anonymity – until he meets Georgette.
The Weasel, rejected loner, seething with blind hatred, is Public Enemy Number One, a vicious and clever-minded killer. Senior Sergeant Ken McLoughlin, the hero cop of Eleven Days, in the toughest and most gut-wrenching assignment of his career, must track down The Weasel and stop him before he kills again.
$20 million sitting unguarded in a safe in northern Italy, a temptation too seductive to ignore.
The lust for money, sex and power combine in a volatile and explosive climax, the reverberations of which are felt all the way to the highest office in the land – to the very Prime Minister himself.
A decomposed body washes up on a beach near Glasgow. The victim: Tracy Eadie. Junkie. Prostitute. Fourteen years old.
Rosie Gilmour, tabloid journalist and crusader for justice, receives evidence linking police officials with Tracy's disappearance. Digging deeper, Rosie uncovers a sickening network of corruption and abuse, leading back to the very top of the establishment. And to powerful figures who want their secrets kept hidden. Rosie has found the story of a lifetime. Yet living to tell it will be her greatest challenge.
'Anna Smith expertly unveils Glasgow's underbelly in this page-turner. Her knowledge of the city's underclass shines out of every page' News of the World