Noise by Brett Garcia Rose

Book Review: Noise, a new Mystery from Brett Garcia Rose

The Bottom Line: One of the year’s most memorable heroes embarks on a high-velocity quest to save the only woman he’s ever cared about. Leon’s jaw-dropping courage in a world of sleaze and unimaginable danger is pure magic. “I know this letter will hurt you.” So begins the suicide letter that opens Brett Garcia Rose’s […]

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Wayward Pines Trilogy

Book Series Review: The Wayward Pines Trilogy by Blake Crouch

The Bottom Line: A jaw-dropping paranormal thriller series that is clearly deserving of the TV deal it landed.  Read it now before all you can imagine is Matt Dillon in the read role. In the opening pages of Pines, the first book in Blake Crouch’s incredible Wayward Pines trilogy, secret service agent Ethan Burke has arrived in Wayward Pines, […]

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My Sister's Grave by Robert Dugoni

My Sister’s Grave, a new Legal Thriller from Robert Dugoni

Tracy Crosswhite has spent twenty years questioning the facts surrounding her sister Sarah’s disappearance and the murder trial that followed. She doesn’t believe that Edmund House—a convicted rapist and the man condemned for Sarah’s murder—is the guilty party. Motivated by the opportunity to obtain real justice, Tracy became a homicide detective with the Seattle PD […]

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Random Targets by James Raven

Book Review: Random Targets, a New Crime Thriller by James Raven

The Bottom Line: James Raven plunges us into a believable, terrifying catastrophe for which there are no easy answers. Random Targets is a fiery thrill ride featuring a hero that you can’t help but root for. In 2002, the so-called Beltway Snipers – Lee Boyd Malvo and John Allen Muhammad – used a military rifle […]

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I Really Really Want It by Richard Hennerley

Book Review: I Really, Really Want It – a new Suspense Thriller by Richard Hennerley

The Bottom Line: This quirky, one-of-a-kind thriller manages to be both funny and searing in its indictment of celebrity culture. Set in a world of unimaginably lascivious British entertainers, Hennerley’s world is darkly addictive one that you won’t soon forget. While I Really, Really Want It does qualify as a thriller, it’s also a quirky […]

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