Tag: fiction

Book Review: “Bonfire” by Krysten Ritter

Abby finds out that coming home again can be deadly.

September 2018 Thrillers

Lots of new books this month.  Happy Reading!  🙂

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

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

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 […]

“Vicious Circle” by C.J. Box

“Vicious Circle” is #17 in the Joe Pickett (a Wyoming Game warden) series. A fast, brutal, thriller that leaves you gasping for air. Make sure your ears are covered.

“Edinburgh Dusk” by Carole Lawrence

“Edinburgh Dusk” is a fantastic read with shocking twists and turns, criminology, and history all woven into a narrative that is nearly impossible to put down.

“The Gray Ghost” by Clive Cussler and Robin Burcell

“The Gray Ghost” is a terrific read with Sam and Remi travelling the world in search of the car thieves while extricating themselves, and others, from danger. The story bounces between 1906 (via multiple journals written by Jonathon Payton, the 5th Viscount of Wellswick) and today. The action is fast, furious, and fun. Loved it. 🙂

July 2018 Thrillers

Lots of new thrillers for your summer reading list!  🙂 Enjoy. Dive Smack by Demetra Brodsky Dirty Who? by Jerry Kennealy Like to Die by David Housewright The […]

“The President’s Shadow” by Brad Meltzer

The First Lady is working in her garden when she unearths an arm. In the hand of that dead severed arm is a flattened penny (like those you get at the fair) that points to Beecher’s Dad’s Army unit: The Plankholders…..