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Seeds Of Doubt

A Crime Novel

A six-year-old is missing and the city goes on high alert. When his body is found at a local park, suspicion falls on a woman with a notorious past: Rachel Boyd, who was recently paroled after serving thirty years for the murder of a young playmate. Jackie Flowers does more than take Rachel’s case; she brings Rachel into her home. As history threatens to repeat itself, Jackie is forced to confront whether anyone can truly be redeemed.

Kane deserves to join the ranks of the big-time legal-thriller eagles.
— PUBLISHERS WEEKLY
Deftly written.
— CHICAGO SUN

Kane’s background as a defense attorney informs the legal thriller backbone of the story, but the exploration of childhood sins, whether monstrous or incidental, gives Seeds of Doubt its emotional heft.
— THE BALTIMORE SUN

One of the outstanding mysteries of the year.
— THE CLEVELAND PLAIN-DEALER
 
A fast-paced, satisfying ride. The novel’s climax is heart-stopping, and its conclusion just right.
— The Denver Post

 
 
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COLORADO BOOK AWARD WINNER

COLORADO AUTHORS LEAGUE AWARD WINNER

 
 

Extreme Indifference

On a snowy roadside just west of Boulder, naked but for a pair of handcuffs and a filthy dog collar, a young woman stumbles out of the wilds on a bitterly cold March night. The girl is Amy Lynch, a university coed last seen at a local bar. It seems the handcuffs, much to the shock of local defense attorney Jackie Flowers, belonged to Jackie’s former law professor, Glenn Ballard—a powerful federal judge possessed of a sterling reputation and boundless political ambition. Before Jackie can even begin to get her head around what’s happened, Ballard has tapped her to lead his defense.

Sturdy intrigue in and out of court with an especially sharp eye for the riptides of power running just beneath the legal quiddities..
— Kirkus Reviews

Stephanie Kane writes legal thrillers that are on a par with John Grisham and Scott Turow
— THE MIDWEST BOOK REVIEW

Fast-moving and intriguing. Kane knows both her protagonist and the legal terrain well.
— SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE
 
Tight, well-written thriller with an ending that caught me completely off-balance.
— THE CLEVELAND PLAIN-DEALER
 

 
 

Blind Spot

Called to defend entrepreneur Aaron Best in the grisly slaying of a millionaire's trophy wife, dyslexic lawyer Jackie Flowers takes on criminal profiling and a serial killer in Blind Spot, her debut legal thriller.

A gripping psycho-legal thriller of the first order, combining the better elements of Lisa Scottoline’s legal thriller work & the psychological thriller works of James Patterson....
— rebeccasreads.com

Riveting stuff. Kane reads like Jane Austen. The truth she finds in the end is both stunning and, in retrospect, entirely obvious.
— THE AMERICAN BAR ASSOCIATION JOURNAL

The protagonist of Kane’s debut legal thriller has the makings of becoming the law profession’s answer to Kinsey Milhone.
— PUBLISHERS WEEKLY
 
An addictive book that compels the reader to stay up every night pushing toward the conclusion, no matter how late the hour.
— THE BLOOMSBURY REVIEW

An intriguing look into the mind of a criminal psychopath
— VINCENT BUGLIOSI | NEW YORK TIMES BEST-SELLING AUTHOR OF HELTER SKELTER

 
 
 

Quiet Time

The facade of an all-American family is shattered forever when Peggy Scott is murdered one week before her son's wedding in Quiet Time, a new psychological thriller by Stephanie Kane. A chilling account of secrets and lies handed down from generation to generation.

Stephanie Kane does it again. Quiet Time keeps your mind thinking and your heart racing – What a great read!
— Rikki Klieman, Court TV
 

Life’s greatest dramas play out in family life. The end is riveting and a surprise—but that’s what Kane is all about.
— THE DENVER POST

Stephanie Kane is a terrific storyteller who knows how to grab the attention of the audience and keeps it.
— THE MIDWEST BOOK REVIEW