Short Story Summary: “The Skeleton Key” by James Rollins

A bit of a backstory on assassin, Seichan..... Waking up suddenly with a "knife" at her neck, Seichan finds out that is it a remote controlled collar squeezing her neck. Trying to get the collar off results in a shock that knocks her off her feet for a few moments. Guess that won't work. Seichan … Continue reading Short Story Summary: “The Skeleton Key” by James Rollins

November 2021 Thrillers

Lots of new books this month.....enjoy. 🙂 Her Name Is Knight by Yasmin AngoeMidlife Psychic by Carolyn ArnoldHostile by Ted DentonCrosshairs by Patricia BradleyThoughts and Prayers by Lee Anne PostStraight Up by Cathi StolerA Final Call by Eliot ParkerOne More Kill by Carolyn ArnoldLights Out by Natalie WaltersThe Dying Day by Vaseem KhanVelvet Elvis by Greg F. GifuneBerlin Walls by Bill RappShopping Can Be Deadly by Charlotte StuartUnwitting by … Continue reading November 2021 Thrillers

Short Story Summary: “Buy a Bullet” by Gregg Hurwitz

Genre: Thriller Evan Smoak has left the Orphan X program and is sitting in a coffee shop on University Avenue getting ready to head back to LA. Minding his own business, Evan spots a man and a woman entering the shop. The man is holding onto the woman by her bicep, and is treating her … Continue reading Short Story Summary: “Buy a Bullet” by Gregg Hurwitz

October 2021 Thrillers

Lots of new books to read this month! Enjoy. A Time for Monsters by Gareth WorthingtonNerve Attack by S. Lee ManningIn the Service of Others by David William PearceThe Lost Boy by Rachel AmphlettLabyrinth of Lies by Irene HannonThe Silent Witness by Carolyn ArnoldHis Loving Wife by Miranda SmithThe Choices by Alan L MossThe Vivaldi Cipher by Gary McAvoySir Gawain and the Green Knight by … Continue reading October 2021 Thrillers

Book Review: “A Time for Mercy” by John Grisham

Genre: Thriller Five years after Jake Brigance defended Carl Lee in "A Time to Kill" and 2 years after Jake successfully upheld a holographoic will in "Sycamore Row", Jake's law practice is still struggling. Luckily, Jake hired Portia Lang as his assistant, but, she will be attending law school soon and Jake will lose her … Continue reading Book Review: “A Time for Mercy” by John Grisham