October 2019 Thrillers

A bunch of new books are coming out this month. Happy Reading! Gods & Snipers by David HealeyDark Museum by Melanie SuraniThe Dead Beat Scroll by Mark CogginsBones of the Innocent by John A. ConnellHandmade Ho-Ho Homicide: An Anastasia Pollack Crafting Mystery by Lois WinstonChurch of the Graveyard Saints by C. Joseph GreavesThe Olympian by Mark AtleyThe Gryphon Heist by James R. HannibalCrossing the … Continue reading October 2019 Thrillers

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

February 2019 Thrillers

Lots of new books to finish out winter by the fireplace. Enjoy! Freedom Road by William LashnerThe Thousand Dollar Christmas by J. T. BrannanOne Fatal Mistake by Tom HuntMy Darkest Prayer by S. A. CosbyPast Due for Murder by Victoria GilbertRemember Me by D. E. WhiteDangerous Alliance by Randall KrzakOnce a Liar by A. F. BradyThe Stranger Inside by Laura Benedict

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

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.....