Tag Archives: Thriller Review

Review: What Rose Forgot by Nevada Barr

What Rose Forgot is the newest thriller from Nevada Barr – so you just know that this novel is full of action and chilling events. This novel is a standalone piece, so even if you’ve read nothing else by Nevada Barr, you’re safe to pick this one up and start reading. Continue reading

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Review: The Long Call by Ann Cleeves

The Long Call is the first novel in a new series by Ann Cleeves, called Two Rivers. It’s not connected with any of her other novels or series. Which means it’s a great starting point for new fans! (Such as myself). Continue reading

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Review: Mother Knows Best by Kira Peikoff

Mother Knows Best is a dramatic new thriller from the mind of Kira Keikoff. Here we have all of the thriller elements we know and love, mashed up into a plot full of genetic engineering, drama, and science. Continue reading

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Review: The Girl on the Porch by Richard Chizmar

The Girl on the Porch is the latest novella from Richard Chizmar. The cover is what caught my attention, and it was Stephen King’s praise that sold me on this one. It’s described as being a dark and twisted thriller that’ll leave you afraid and distrusting of your neighbors. Continue reading

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Review: The Dirty Dozen (Tennison #5) by Lynda La Plante

The Dirty Dozen is the latest adventure about our lovely Jane Tennison. It’s the fifth novel in a series written by Lynda La Plante, however, like other novels in the series, you can really pick up at any point and follow along as you please. Continue reading

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Review: Keep You Close by Karen Cleveland

Keep You Close is another thriller from the mind that brought you Need to Know. It follows Stephanie Maddox, an FBI agent who specializes in Internal Affairs. She’s not afraid to take on the big guys, even when the price to do so is high. Continue reading

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Review: Bluff by Jane Stanton Hitchcock

Bluff has got to be one of the most unique combinations I’ve seen in quite some time. It’s a thriller heavily influenced by poker and card games. That may sound a bit odd, but it actually worked really well. Continue reading

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Review: Find You in the Dark by Nathan Ripley

Author: Nathan Ripley Released: April 2nd 2018 Received: NetGalley Warnings: Kidnappings, murders, serial killers Rating:  I received a copy of Find You in the Dark through NetGalley in exchange for a fair and honest review. If you’re looking for a … Continue reading

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Review: Still Lives by Maria Hummel

Author: Maria Hummel Released: June 5th 2018 Received: Own (BOTM Pick) Warnings: Covers famous but real murders, stalking, feelings of being unsafe Rating:  When I first read the description of Still Lives I knew right away that I had to … Continue reading

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Review: Not That I Could Tell by Jessica Strawser

Publisher: St. Martin’s Press Author: Jessica Strawser Released: March 27th 2018 Received: Own (BOTM) Rating:  For once it was the description that caught my attention when it comes to Not That I Could Tell. A mystery of a missing woman … Continue reading

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