Tag: ebook reader

  • October 2012 Thrillers

    More books…..not enough life.  🙂 Gun Church by Reed Farrel Coleman The Other Woman by Hank Phillippi Ryan What The Cat Saw by Carolyn Hart A Fatal Winter by G. M. Malliet The Prophet by Ethan Cross Requiem by David Hodges Sleepwalker by Wendy Corsi Staub Hitman: Damnation by Raymond Benson Origin by J.T. Brannan Lost and Found by Amy Shojai The Warlord of Willow […]

  • April 2012 Thrillers

    Another bunch of great books this month!  Happy Reading.  🙂 Come Home by Lisa Scottoline With Full Malice by Brenda Hill Grey Expectations and Cats Can’t Shoot by Clea Simon A Bitter Veil by Libby Fischer Hellmann A Lady’s Revenge by Tracey Devlyn More Forensics and Fiction by D. P. Lyle, MD Assassin’s Code: A Joe Ledger Novel by Jonathan Maberry The Calypso Directive by […]

  • September 2011 Thrillers

    A bunch of new books this month!  Happy reading! Flash and Bones by Kathy Reichs Petroplague by Amy Rogers Saint’s Gate by Carla Neggers Only Fear by Anne Marie Becker Where All The Dead Lie by J.T. Ellison The Black Stiletto by Raymond Benson The Arranger by L.J. Sellers The Ninth Day by Jamie Freveletti Getting Off by Lawrence Block writing as Jill Emerson […]

  • August 2011 Thrillers

    Lots of new books / e-books! Happy Reading  🙂 Killing Kate by Julie Kramer The Sixes by Kate White Inmate 1577 by Alan Jacobson Home Improvement: Undead Edition by Charlaine Harris and Toni L.P. Kelner (Editors) Drop by Drop by Keith Raffel Serial by John Lutz A Killer Like Me by Chuck Hustmyre The Twelfth Enchantment by David Liss The Evil Inside by Heather […]

  • Book Review: “Killed at the Whim of a Hat” by Colin Cotterill

    Book Review: “Killed at the Whim of a Hat” by Colin Cotterill

    Genre:  Mystery  (terrific) Rating: 5 WaterTowers This is an ARC sent to me by St. Martin’s Press.  It is due in stores July 19, 2011. Wow! Refreshingly original characters, and settings, with more than a dash of humor makes “Killed at the Whim of a Hat” one of the most enjoyable reads this year (or […]

  • Book Review: “City of Secrets” by Kelli Stanley

    Book Review: “City of Secrets” by Kelli Stanley

    Genre: Mystery / Noir  (Miranda rocks!) Rating:  4 WaterTowers “City of Secrets” is an ARC sent to me by Kelli Stanley.  It will be in stores Sept 13, 2011.  Small caveat:  You may know that I adore Kelli. I will try very hard to be objective. Pandora Blake is dead.  Stabbed with an ice pick, […]

  • July 2011 Thrillers

    A while bunch of new Thrillers coming out in July! Happy Reading and Drive Safe! this holiday weekend. News from South Africa by Mike Nicol Full Black by Brad Thor Creep by Jennifer Hillier You’re Next by Gregg Hurwitz The Knowledge of Good & Evil by Glenn Kleier The Nightmare Thief by Meg Gardiner Unhinged by E.J. Findorff The Fifth Kingdom by Caridad […]

  • Book Review: “Trader of Secrets” by Steve Martini

    Genre: Thriller Rating: 5 WaterTowers Picking up where “The Rule of Nine” left off, Liquida leaves the garage severely wounded by Herman Diggs (who is lying in a pool of his own blood).  The Mexicutioner gets medical attention then heads out to the farm in Ohio to kill Sarah Madriani. In Ohio, Sarah proves to […]

  • Book Review: “Fetching Raymond” by John Grisham

    Book Review: “Fetching Raymond” by John Grisham

    Genre: Legal Thriller Rating: 3.5 WaterTowers “Fetching Raymond” is  short story from “Ford County Stories” by John Grisham Leon Graney borrows Mr. McBride’s upholstery business van for a road trip with his mother, Inez,  and brother, Butch. They are going to visit their other brother, eternal optimist, Raymond, at Parchman prison. As the road trip unfolds we […]

  • Book Review: “Blood Drive” by John Grisham

    Book Review: “Blood Drive” by John Grisham

    “Blood Drive” is  short story from “Ford County Stories” by John Grisham Genre: Cozy (?) Rating: 4 WaterTowers (Three rednecks driving to Memphis to save a friend) Buy it! Bailey was working in Memphis when he got hurt and sent to the hospital.  The details of his condition were varied, but, the town-folk of Box […]