Tag: fiction

  • October 2019 Thrillers

    October 2019 Thrillers

    A bunch of new books are coming out this month. Happy Reading! Gods & Snipers by David Healey Dark Museum by Melanie Surani The Dead Beat Scroll by Mark Coggins Bones of the Innocent by John A. Connell Handmade Ho-Ho Homicide: An Anastasia Pollack Crafting Mystery by Lois Winston Church of the Graveyard Saints by C. Joseph Greaves The Olympian by Mark Atley […]

  • Book Review: “V is for Vengeance” by Sue Grafton

    Book Review: “V is for Vengeance” by Sue Grafton

    Genre: Mystery 1986 Phillip Lanahan is a young kid with a gambling problem. Losing badly (like all the time) he seeks out the local , Santa Teresa, CA, loan shark hoping to score $10,000 which he will then turn into a fortune and pay all his debts back in a jiffy. We all know how […]

  • February 2019 Thrillers

    February 2019 Thrillers

    Lots of new books to finish out winter by the fireplace. Enjoy! Freedom Road by William Lashner The Thousand Dollar Christmas by J. T. Brannan One Fatal Mistake by Tom Hunt My Darkest Prayer by S. A. Cosby Past Due for Murder by Victoria Gilbert Remember Me by D. E. White Dangerous Alliance by Randall Krzak Once a Liar by A. F. Brady […]

  • Book Review: “Requiem for an Assassin” by Barry Eisler

    Book Review: “Requiem for an Assassin” by Barry Eisler

    Genre: Thriller Re-named by Barry Eisler as “The Killer Ascendant” this is John Rain book #6. Rain #7 is up next: “The Detachment”. Ex-Marine sniper Dox has been kidnapped by ex-CIA, now rogue operator, Hilger. Hilger has a need for three people to die a “natural death” and since that is John Rain’s specialty, Hilger […]

  • Book Review: “U is for Undertow” by Sue Grafton

    Book Review: “U is for Undertow” by Sue Grafton

    Kinsey Millhone is investigating an old missing-child cold case. Can she survive long enough to…..

  • Book Review: “Bonfire” by Krysten Ritter

    Book Review: “Bonfire” by Krysten Ritter

    Genre: Thriller / Suspense “Your problem, Abby isn’t that you can’t draw. It’s that you can’t see.” Abigail “Abby” Williams is a Chicago-based Environmental Lawyer assigned to research possible environmental violations at Optimal Plastics in Barrens, Indiana…..Abby’s hometown. As the Optimal Plastic investigation progresses, and the lawyers find elevated levels of lead in the local […]

  • September 2018 Thrillers

    September 2018 Thrillers

    Lots of new books this month.  Happy Reading!  :-)

  • Book Review: “Everywhere That Mary Went” by Lisa Scottoline

    Book Review: “Everywhere That Mary Went” by Lisa Scottoline

    Mary DiNunzio, attorney, is up for partner at Stalling & Webb…..if she lives.

  • Guest Blog and Book Giveaway: “Are You a Fan of Gothic Suspense?” by J.P. Choquette

    Guest Blog and Book Giveaway: “Are You a Fan of Gothic Suspense?” by J.P. Choquette

    Do you like your suspense long and drawn out, subtle and refined, rather than gory and terrifying? If so, welcome to the club…the Gothic suspense-lovers club[…]

  • August 2018 Thrillers

    August 2018 Thrillers

    Lots of new books to round out your summer reading list. Enjoy! Three Strikes: 3 Authors, 3 Novellas by Ross Klavan, Tim O’Mara & Charles Salzberg Without Fear by Col. David Hunt & R. J. Pineiro Flight of the Fox by Gray Basnight Pull & Pray by Angel Luis Colón Implant by Ray Clark The Getaway List by Frank Zafiro & […]