Resurrection, the third Ripper novel:

When she catches Edmund Wyatt following her through the streets of London, Abbie Sharp learns that every British monarch for hundreds of years has known about—and financially supported—the Conclave. Furious that the monarchy would cooperate with such a nefarious group, Abbie refuses Wyatt’s request for help in catching the person who is blackmailing Queen Victoria with this secret information. But a far greater threat emerges when the Ripper, Max, returns and brings a string of new murders with him. Abbie must choose whether to help the Queen she now despises or stop Max from succeeding at his most diabolical plan yet—the creation of a whole new Conclave aimed at usurping the British throne.

Praise for Resurrection:

“In the stunning conclusion of the Ripper series, Amy Carol Reeves once again twists an engaging tale that is as riveting as it is macabre. Readers will appreciate the way that Abbie faces her dangerous villains head on--even when sometimes the most dangerous foe is her own heart. You'll want to sleep with the light on after this one.” --Gwen Hayes, author of Falling Under

The life-or-death adventures of Arabella Sharp continue in Renegade, the second Ripper Novel.

The Conclave - a secret group with twisted ideals and freakish practices - has been wiped out, thanks to Arabella Sharp. Now there's a new malevolence afoot. Fishermen are getting killed, their partially devoured bodies washing up on the shores of Scotland. Is the Ripper responsible? Or have the Conclave's sinister experiments left behind something more monstrous? Abbie fears the worst when her beloved Dr. William Siddal vanishes. To save the man she loves, Abbie must comply with the Ripper's dreadful orders - and put her own life in grave danger.

“Departing from the Jack the Ripper theme, Reeves continues to build a rich story line blending history and paranormal elements for an enjoyable read.” –VOYA

“Reeves strikes a good balance between Victorian sensibilities and a strong female protagonist.” School Library Journal

In 1888, following her mother's sudden death, seventeen-year-old Arabella Sharp goes to live with her grandmother in a posh London neighborhood. At her grandmother's request, Abbie volunteers at Whitechapel Hospital, where she discovers a passion for helping the unfortunate women and children there.

But within days, female patients begin turning up brutally murdered at the hands of Jack the Ripper. Even more horrifying, Abbie starts having strange visions that lead her straight to the Ripper's next massacres. As her apparent psychic connection with the twisted killer grows stronger, Abbie is drawn into a deadly mystery involving the murders, her mother's shadowed past, and a secret brotherhood of immortals—who'll stop at nothing to lure Abbie into its "humanitarian" aims.

Praise for RIPPER:

 “Well-written…Reeves cleverly uses one of the most heinous figures from history to tell a gothic tale with a paranormal twist.” –VOYA

“Reeves sets the mood…and dank, dirty London seems teeming with mystery.” –Booklist

“Reeves debut is a chilling reimagining of London in 1888, haunted by Jack the Ripper.” –Publishers Weekly

“If you're looking for a paranormal mystery that will lead you to the center of London's darkest alleyways and will point the finger at one of the bloodiest, most vicious of all killers, be sure to pick up Ripper. I literally wanted to stand up and clap at the end of the climactic scene. I'm looking forward to more of Amy's stories.” –Sophie Riggsby in Pageturners

“Thrilling, chilling, beautifully written.” –Kami Kinard author of The Boy Project