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  • 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 […]

  • April 2013 Thrillers

    Lots of books….happy reading! – The Famous and the Dead by T. Jefferson Parker Fox Hunt by James Phelan Unintended Consequences by Stuart Woods Extinction Machine by Jonathan Maberry Warrior Rogue by Nancy J. Cohen Let the Dead Sleep by Heather Graham A Time of Change by Aimee and David Thurlo The Libra Affair by Daco The Dark Tower Companion by Bev Vincent Don’t […]

  • March 2013 Thrillers

      So many books….so little time.  Enjoy! Evil in All Its Disguises by Hilary Davidson The Boyfriend by Thomas Perry Frozen Solid by James M. Tabor Double Cross of Time by Mark de Castrique Rules of Crime by L.J. Sellers Hammett Unwritten by Owen Fitzstephen Obsession, Impulse and Power by Debra Webb Buried by Kendra Elliot Montana’s Way by Shelia M Goss The Chalice by Nancy Bilyeau The […]

  • Book Review: “Critical” by Robin Cook

    Book Review: “Critical” by Robin Cook

    Genre:  Medical Thriller (Laurie Montgomery tackles MRSA) – Laurie Montgomery (for those who don’t know Laurie is a NYC Medical Examiner) and her unstoppable curiosity find themselves entrenched in a medical mystery involving multiple cases of a fast evolving, and killing, MRSA bacteria. Most of the cases of this virulent form of MRSA are coming […]

  • Feb 2013 Thrillers

    So many books….happy reading. Touch & Go by Lisa Gardner Black Sheep: A Caitlyn Tierney FBI Thrillerby CJ Lyons Cover of Snow by Jenny Milchman The Trouble With Charlie by Merry Jones Town Red by Jennifer Moss Hunt the Scorpion by Don Mann & Ralph Pezzullo Work Like a Spy: Business Tips from a Former CIA Officer by J.C. Carleson Iscariot: […]

  • January 2013 Thrillers

    So many books, so little time….happy reading! Wrong Turn by Diane Fanning Marked by David Jackson Indigo Awakening by Jordan Dane Winter Break by Merry Jones Dante’s Wood: A Mark Angelotti Novel by Lynne Raimondo Speaking of Murder by Tace Baker Blood Money by James Grippando Reborn (Requiem of Humanity Series) Book 2 by Catherine Stovall Lilith by Toby Tate Live and Let Love, […]

  • Book Review: “Zero Day” by David Baldacci

    Book Review: “Zero Day” by David Baldacci

     (Exciting Thriller) Genre:  Thriller – John Puller is a an Army veteran employed by the elite Criminal Investigation Unit (CID) of the U.S. Army. In this first of the series, Puller is sent to West Virginia (in a po-dunk mining town, Drake, WVA) to investigate the murder of a soon to be retired government employee […]

  • Book Review: “Skipping Christmas” by John Grisham

    Book Review:  “Skipping Christmas” by John Grisham

     (Light-hearted fun) Buy it! 23 year old Blair Krank has just graduated from graduate school and is heading to Peru for a stint in the Peace Corps.  Her parents, Luther and Nora Krank say goodbye and return to an empty house. Being Thanksgiving, Luther comes up with a plan for Christmas.  His plan is to […]

  • Thrillers December 2012

    More new novels to read!  Happy holidays! So many books, so little time…. Edge of Black by J.T. Ellison Invisible by Carla Buckley Two Graves by Douglas Preston & Lincoln Child Fortune’s Hero by Jenna Bennett An Affair of Vengeance by Jamie Michele The Dynamics of Murder: Kill or Be Killed by R. Barri Flowers Dead of Winter by Lee Weeks Finders […]

  • Book Review: “Silent Stalker” by C.E. Lawrence

    Book Review: “Silent Stalker” by C.E. Lawrence

    (Excellent Short Story) – – I read this short story about a month ago, then life got in the way, so I am late reviewing it. “The girl was too pretty not to know it. She was….the kind of girl whose whole life was defined by her prettiness.  It trailed after her like the tail […]