Someone is stalking Bobbi Logan. He moves like a ghost and he’s getting closer and more violent all the time. The police are trying to help, but they literally don’t have a clue. No one does. So Bobbi is drawing up a list of possible stalkers and she’s going to interview them, face to face, one by one. She knows it’s dangerous. She knows when she get to Mr. Wrong all hell will break loose. But at least it will be at a time and place of her choosing. At least she’ll see him coming. At least, that’s the plan.
Praise for Seven Suspects
If you love Bobbi Logan - and I do - Seven Suspects is a hard read at times. Our girl is in peril and James pulls no punches. But I still couldn't put it down: Bobbi on a quest, with nothing but her courage, her one-liners and a can of mace to protect her, is irresistible. This is a book with a heart as big as Bobbi's own, more twists than her fanciest up-do and a love letter to Chicago thrown in for kicks. Read it!"
--Catriona McPherson, author of Agatha nominated The Reek of Red Herrings and Quiet Neighbors
Renee James’s Bobbi Logan is a unique voice in mystery, at once feisty, strong, sexy but vulnerable—in other words, feminine. Seven Suspects is a taut story that takes Bobbi deep into an earned paranoia that someone is watching her every move. They are, and in the end, Bobbi will have to transform into another better version of herself to fight for her life.
--Lori Rader-Day, Mary Higgins Clark Award- and Anthony Award-winning author of The Black Hour and Little Pretty Things
RENEE JAMES' BOBBI LOGAN SERIES
You've most likely never met a narrator like Bobbi. Tough, tender, funny, full of heart—and a transgender woman—she is navigating not just a new life, but also an unsolved murder that a detective is trying to pin on her. Renee James takes the reader on a whirlwind of a ride, while subtly revealing the honest heartbreaks and successes of the trans community. A welcome, diverse addition to the writing world!
- Jodi Picoult, NYT bestselling author of Leaving Time.
Renee James writes with an acute and deeply sympathetic understanding of the human condition. In her work, readers also find suspenseful, engaging thrillers - writing that both accelerates the heartbeat and maps the heart's mysteries.
- Christine Sneed, author of Paris, He Said
A Kind of Justice crackles with energy right from the beginning. Not only does Renee James eloquently impart empathy for what it’s like to be transgender in an uncaring and judgmental world, but she does so while telling an engaging and compelling story populated with richly nuanced characters. Yes, it’s a story about justice. But it’s deeper than that. It’s as deep and complex as family, friendship, love and – perhaps most importantly – change.
- John DeDakis, Mystery-Suspense Author, Editor