Tag Archives: Thriller Review

Review: The Nemesis Manifesto by Eric Van Lustbader

Picture Black Widow meets Jason Bourne, and you’ll have found The Nemesis Manifesto. Crated by Eric Van Lustbader, this is the start of a whole new series revolving around a highly competent spy and agent. Continue reading

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Review: The Turn of the Key by Ruth Ware

The Turn of the Key is Ruth Ware’s latest thriller novel, and it’s been getting a lot of ink lately. I’ve been a fan of hers ever since her second novel and it has been quite the experience watching her grow as an author. Continue reading

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Review: Ten Days Gone by Beverly Long

Ten Days Gone is the first in a new mystery series, A.L. McKittridge, by Beverly Long. It’s a mystery series following two detectives (one of whom the series is named after). And it’s also already proving to be a series worth following. Continue reading

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Review: The Sun Down Motel by Simon St. James

The Sun Down Motel is Simon St. James’ latest novel, a paranormal thriller worth reading (and remembering. We’ve all read the story of a girl gone missing – this is that story, but with several dramatic and surprising twists. Continue reading

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Blog Tour & Review: The Darkness We Hide

The Darkness We Hide is the third (and final) novel in Debra Webb’s The Undertaker’s Daughter series, a thriller and mystery series of epic proportions. As the pull quote says, some secrets really are worth dying for. Continue reading

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Review: Scammed by Kristen Simmons

Scammed is the second novel in Kristen Simmon’s Vale Hall series. This is a school that teaches – and expects – students to be the ideal con artists. All the principal asks in return, is that the students target the marks he picks. Continue reading

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Review: A Madness of Sunshine by Nalini Singh

It’s time for beloved author Nalini Singh to dive into the world of thrillers. Here she’s introducing us to a new world, one that is soaked with sunshine and mystery. A Madness of Sunshine is a thrilling tale of murder, mystery, and full of small town charm. Continue reading

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Review: The Tenant by Katrine Engberg

The Tenant is the first novel in Katrine Engberg’s Korner/Werner series. Much of the series is out already, but this is the first one translated to English (that I know of). It’s a Scandinavian crime novel with undeniable flair and character development. Continue reading

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Review: The Better Liar by Tanen Jones

The Better Liar is the debut novel of Tanen Jones, a new thriller author throwing her writing into the mix. She’s already proven to be an author worth keeping an eye on. Her first novel touches upon sisterhood, betrayal, obligations, and so much more. Continue reading

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Blog Tour: Good Girls Lie by J.T. Ellison

J.T. Ellison has come out with a brand new thriller to captivate their audience – Good Girls Lie. Though I’ll confess that it’s also the first novel I’ve read by them – so my review will not be making comparisons to their past work. Continue reading

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