Camille Cabrera

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Storyteller at Heart

Camille Cabrera is an American novelist and entrepreneur. She specializes in mystery and thriller novels. Camille focuses on strong and complicated female protagonists in order to create more realistic characters. Her novels are available at most places where books are sold.


Why Books?

Camille Cabrera fell in love with reading from a very young age. She struggled at first, but eventually came into her own. Camille loved the appeal of different worlds at the tips of her fingers. Now, she creates different realms and lives that parallel and often sharply parody reality. Camille loves writing and there is nothing else that she would rather do with her time.

Notebook and Pen


Six worlds and counting...

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Catalina's Tide

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The Mystery of Mistletoe Motel

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The Rule of Three

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Beyond The Water

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Our Perfect Murder

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September 19, 2022

Check out the latest work by Camille Cabrera. 

One hour can change everything. For Evie Laythorne, those sixty minutes were the difference between life and death. She's the only person that really knows the truth about what happened at the top of the tower during that unexpected fall storm. If only walls could talk.

Sizzling daylight saving time winding mystery.

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Coming Soon...

January 2023

Ember Lopez is a massive true crime fan. She adores the detailed documentaries and often speaks on her podcast about her strange and obscure theories about cold cases lost to the past. Of course, it's all fun and games until the crime strikes close to home.

Ember is pushed to discover a haunting string of mysterious crimes in her rural small town.


"Not until we are lost do we begin to understand ourselves"

Henry David Thoreau