Tag Archives: Thriller Review

Blog Tour & Review: Third Degree

Third Degree is the result of the efforts of three different authors, Ross Klavan, Tim O’Mara, and Charles Salzberg. Each one contributed a short story to this anthology, creating a novel full of thrilling reads with a noir aesthetic. Continue reading

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Blog Tour & Review: Little Falls by Elizabeth Lewes

Little Falls is Elizabeth Lewes’ debut novel, a thriller of epic proportions that merges together the past and the present into one intense read. Continue reading

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Review: Ragged Alice by Gareth L. Powell

Ragged Alice is a standalone novella by Gareth L. Powell, but don’t let its short length chase you off! This novella was a lot of fun to read, and I actually wish that I had read it sooner. And that it was part of a larger series. Continue reading

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Blog Tour & Review: All We Buried by Elena Taylor

All We Buried is the first novel in a new series (Sheriff Bet Rivers) by Elena Taylor. It’s also her debut novel, and that in itself should be noteworthy. Continue reading

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Blog Tour & Review: Derailed by Mary Keliikoa

Derailed is the exciting new novel by Mary Keliikoa, and the first in a new series (PI Kelly Pruett). Personally, I couldn’t be more excited about the idea of getting a new thriller series to follow, so that’s why I’m here. Continue reading

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Review: The Third Mrs. Durst by Ann Aguirre

The Third Mrs. Durst is Ann Aguirre’s first foray into the world of thrillers. Previously, she’d proven that she’s a master at writing fantasy. And now we know she can handle other genres as well. It’s impressive. Continue reading

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Review: The Suicide House by Charlie Donlea

The Suicide House is the second novel in Charlie Donlea’s Rory Moore/Lane Phillips series. Yet it could easily be read as a standalone novel as well (it worked for me). It is a thriller that will draw you in and demand your full attention. Continue reading

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Review: Snowflakes (Hush Collection) by Ruth Ware

Snowflakes is the first in a series of six short stories, known as the Hush Collection. Written by Ruth Ware, I just knew that I had to give this novella a try. Continue reading

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Review: One by One by Ruth Ware

Picture Ruth Ware with a heavy influence from Agatha Christie, and you’ll have an idea of what is in store for you in One by One. The latest Ruth Ware novel is a divergence from her previous books, but not in a bad way. Continue reading

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Review: Malorie by Josh Malerman

This may be hard to believe, but that hit, Bird Box, just got a sequel! Malorie, by Josh Malerman, follows the events of Bird Box, where those strange creatures drive people insane. Continue reading

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