Tag Archives: Mystery

Review: The Girl Before You by Nicola Rayner

The Girl Before You is Nicola Rayner’s debut thriller novel, with psychological and crime elements. In short, it was more than enough to catch this reader’s attention! Continue reading

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Review: Purrfectly Dead by Dixie Lyle

Purrfectly Dead is the fifth novel in Dixie Lyle’s Whiskey, Tango & Foxtrot Mystery (I adore the name of this series!), and as you might imagine, certain critters take center stage. Before I begin my review, I should confess that I haven’t actually read the first four novels in this series. Yet I had no problem diving right in and following along, so new fans could join in here if they so desire. Continue reading

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Review: The Three Mrs. Greys by Shelly Ellis

The Three Mrs. Greys is the latest novel to come from the mind of Shelly Ellis, and it is a twisting mystery and thriller. Continue reading

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Blog Tour & Review: Cliff Diver by Carmen Amato

I’ve been looking for a new mystery series to dive into, when PICT offered up Cliff Diver as part of their blog tour. Naturally, I couldn’t resist! Cliff Diver, written by Carmen Amato, is the first in the Emilia Cruz Mysteries. Continue reading

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Review: When a Stranger Comes to Town

When a Stranger Comes to Town is a collection of mystery and thriller short stories and was edited by Michael Koryta. Though I imagine it’s the promise of another Joe Hill short story that will have caught many reader’s attention (as well as all of the other amazing authors in this anthology). Continue reading

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Review: You Will Remember Me by Hannah Mary McKinnon

You Will Remember Me is the newest novel by Hannah Mary McKinnon, and it is one of those thrillers that caught my attention right away. After all, it merges the lines between thriller, mystery, and suspense, which is always an ideal combination, if you ask me. Continue reading

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Review: Mexican Gothic by Silvia Moreno-Garcia

Silvia Moreno-Garcia is back with another enchanting and horrifying tale. One that quite literally blends fantastical elements with horror as well as a few Gothic elements. It makes for a chilling read. Continue reading

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Review: The Photographer by Mary Dixie Carter

May was a month full of debut authors, for me at least. It’s always fun to find new authors and give their writing a try. The Photographer was written by Mary Dixie Carter and is a psychological thriller with strong suspense elements. Continue reading

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Review: The Damage by Caitlin Wahrer

Caitlin Wahrer’s debut novel, The Damage, cuts to the quick, blending drama, human nature, grief, and thriller elements into one. This novel takes a familiar subject within the world of thrillers and forces readers to look at it through a new lens. Continue reading

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Review: 56 Days by Catherine Ryan Howard

Catherine Ryan Howard’s latest thrilled, 56 Days is one that will hit readers close to home, thanks to the setting and chilling nature of events. Continue reading

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