The Bottom Line: One of the year’s best thrillers, the Fellowship is a rapid-fire adventure through London, South Africa, Paris and Rome that never lets up. Steeped in delicious mystery, this is a ride well worth taking. The second installment of William Tyree’s Blake Carver series finds the protagonist stuck behind a desk at the National […]
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Beecher White, a young archivist, spends his days working with the most important documents of the U.S. government. He has always been the keeper of other people’s stories, never a part of the story himself…until now.
John Le Carre, master of the spy thriller genre, is back with another tale of espionage. Fittingly, his publisher has given him one of the best thriller book trailers on the market thus far.
Check out the new book trailer for Scott Spencer’s acclaimed new thriller, Man in the Woods.
Full Dark, No Stars, is the title of Stephen King’s forthcoming supernatural thriller. Check out the book trailer now.
So many books to read and so little time. We’ve read more great books this year than in any other in recent memory. Increasingly, talented authors seem to be drifting into the thriller genre with new approaches to familiar literary conventions. Here’s our take on the best of the best so far.
Thriller writer Alex Berenson, author of The Faithful Spy and three subsequent novels, has just wrapped up his fifth in the series of John Wells novels, “The Secret Soldier.”
Earlier in the year, we called Justin Cronin the ultimate literary outlier. Cronin, the winner of the Pen/Faulkner award for a book that his Iowa Writer’s Workshop cronies must have admired, went off and wrote himself a gory-ass vampire novel. For those of you unfamiliar with the Iowa Writer’s Workshop, it ‘s far more prestigious […]
The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo is finally available for your home theatre. We offer plenty of reasons to see the Swedish film and NOT to wait for the Americanized movie.
In Thrillers: 100 Must Reads, David Morrill and David Wagner have compiled one of the year’s more controversial essay collections. Employing a very broad definition of a thriller — pretty much anything that “quickens the reader’s heartbeat” — the collection makes a case for a top 100 list of thrillers that includes everything from Dan […]