Dean Koontz The City

The City, the New Suspense Thriller from Dean Koontz

Ladies and gentlemen, get ready for another unsettling tale that will make you sleep with all the lights on. The new Dean Koontz novel is here! A young boy, a musical prodigy, discovering life’s wonders—and mortal dangers.  His best friend, also a gifted musician, who will share his journey into destiny.  His remarkable family, tested […]

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Murder In The First (O’Malley Mysteries #1), a new Mystery from Karl Jones

A young girl, murdered in the grounds of a private sanatorium catering to those with emotional and addiction problems. For newly promoted Detective Inspector Patrick Augustine O’Malley it is the worst possible case to be placed in charge of. The director of the hospital is well connected and wants a quick result that won’t embarrass […]

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Rain Girl book cover

Rain Girl, a Suspense Thriller by Gabi Kreslehner

Veteran homicide detective Franza Oberwieser prefers her job in the winter. Summer is for growing, not for dying. So when the body of a beautiful young woman is found on the autobahn, dressed in a glittering party dress and bathed in June rain, Franza is determined to give her justice. Revealing victims’ hidden lives is […]

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Cop Town by Karin Slaughter

Book Review: Cop Town, a Crime Thriller by Karin Slaughter

The Bottom Line: A highly original, smothering crime novel set in 1970s Atlanta. On part with the best Dennis Lehane novels, you’ll fall in love with Kate, the cop who leads us into Slaughter’s urban heart of darkness. Atlanta, 1974: As a brutal murder and a furious manhunt rock the city’s police department, Kate Murphy wonders […]

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An Officer and a Spy by Robert Harris

Book Review: Robert Harris’ Historical Thriller, An Officer and a Spy

The Bottom Line: A delicious police procedural based on one of France’s most intriguing real-life spy scandals. The bachelor detective in an Officer and a Spy is French, not Belgium. Rather than operating a private detective agency, he serves as an officer in the French government. Still, the fastidious observations of Georges Picquart are sure […]

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Season of the Harvest by Michael Hicks

The Four Best FBI Thrillers You Haven’t Read Yet

So you’ve got a thing for G-men, eh? We know. The wiretaps, the suits, the bad architecture of its legendary Washington D.C. headquarters. There’s something about a good FBI thrillers that pulls you in and just won’t let go. Here are five incredible FBI Thrillers that are guaranteed to keep you up at night. Hannibal, […]

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Stephen King

Ranking the Best Stephen King Novels of the 2000s

The reigning master of suspense is the author of more than 50 books, all of which have been international bestsellers. Carrie. It. Pet Cemetery. Misery. Thinner. All instant classics, and yet King’s craft seems to sweeten with age, with King churning out some of his best work in recent years. Although King’s more recent work […]

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A Better World Markus Sakey

Book Review: A Better World, a new Sci-Fi Thriller from Marcus Sakey

The Bottom Line: The second outing in the Brilliance Saga series manages to be even more riveting than the first. An ingenious hybrid of pulse-pounding conspiracy thriller and science fiction that is easily once of the year’s must-reads. If you haven’t yet read Sakey’s entry to the series, Brilliance, then consider it an obligatory appetizer. As good as […]

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J.K. Rowling aka Robert Galbraith

The Best Five Mystery Book Series by Women Writers

So you’d like to read an amazing female-authored mystery suspense book series. Where to start?  Look no further! We’ve done the hard work for you. In a genre brimming with talent, ranking the top five mystery book series written by women is no easy task. To make our job easier, we’ve automatically excluded writers that haven’t been active in […]

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