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Two girls dead … can Keye Street find their killer?

Private investigator Keye Street returns in Amanda Kyle Williams’ third gripping thriller. Full of fear and temptation, judgements and secrets, infidelity and murder, Don’t Talk to Strangers and the Keye Street series will enthral fans of Karin Slaughter and Linda Castillo.

‘An explosive read… Amanda Kyle Williams sets the classic private eye novel on fire’ – Lee Child

Two girls tied in death. Found next to each other in shallow graves in the remote wilderness outside Whisper, Georgia. One has lain there for a decade. One for only sixty days.

Now their bodies have been uncovered and there is only one person who can help the local law enforcement find their killer. Former FBI profiler, bond enforcement officer and private detective Keye Street. Her experience lets her see clues others can’t find and now she is going to have to use all her skills if she is to stop a killer in their tracks. Because if she can’t find this killer, no one can.

What readers are saying about Don’t Talk To Strangers:

The author makes the characters human with the right combination of tension, confusion and humour. It has plenty of twists and turns but all are plausible. Excellent, read it!

Contains a bit of everything well-formed characters, a well-constructed plot, humour, romantic interest, forensics, tension, twists and a mystery to solve

‘One of the finest thrillers I have read. Once the ending comes you realise you need to start breathing again


This is one Street worth acquainting yourself with
Williams has created one of the most realistic protagonists in crime fiction that I've had the thrill to read
Tess Gerritsen
Carve out some down time...you won't want to leave Keye Street hanging
P J Tracy
Short, ironic and compelling. This twenty-first century heroine is set to gather even more fans
Daily Mail
Exceptionally smart, funny and character driven
Karin Slaughter