“No Time Left” by David Baldacci

Genre: Short Story Thriller Frank Becker is a paid assassin. He is very good at what he does, even though he professes to be a coward.  He kills with a knife or poison, but, his kill rate is 100%. In this short story (very short), Frank finishes one job with his normal efficiency. The next … Continue reading “No Time Left” by David Baldacci

“M School” by Kevin T. Johns

Genre: Thriller "M School" is an ARC that was sent to me by the author. It came out October 19, 2016. Lilith Delaney, 17 years old, feels nothing.  Not even after killing her own cat.  Nothing. As the goalie on her high school (Kings High) soccer team, Lilith is cool, calm, and collected.  Nothing riles … Continue reading “M School” by Kevin T. Johns

Book Review: “Torn Apart: The Abduction of Gillian Curtis” by Marta Sprout

Genre:  Mystery / Thriller (Surprising and scary) - This is an ARC sent to me by Marta Sprout.  It will be in stores in August 2013.  🙂 Gillian Curtis is now living with her father, Mike.  She hates it there and is planning to run away. Dr. Michael Curtis is the head of YorkCare medical … Continue reading Book Review: “Torn Apart: The Abduction of Gillian Curtis” by Marta Sprout

Book Review: “Strong Vengeance” by Jon Land

(Complex, terrifying,  love Caitlin Strong) Genre:  Thriller - This is an ARC sent to me several months ago by Jon Land (who you all should know by now is the reason I am TracyReaderDad).  Life sometimes gets complex, and the reason it took me sooo long to finish this book is because it is complex. … Continue reading Book Review: “Strong Vengeance” by Jon Land

Book Review: “The Admiral’s Mark” by Steve Berry

Genre: Thriller (Interesting Historical Adventure) Eight years before we get to know Cotton Malone, he lost his brother-in-law, Scott,  to drowning while Scott was diving in Haiti. The circumstances of this drowning were routinely handled by the authorities in Haiti and if it were not for Cotton's wife (her sister was married to Scott) insisting … Continue reading Book Review: “The Admiral’s Mark” by Steve Berry