Tag Archives: Suspense

A New Dexter Book and Promo Website for Gretchen Lowell Fans

Fan site for Gretchen Lowell aka The Beauty Killer After recently reading Chelsea Cain’s latest thriller, Evil at Heart, I never did check to see if the publicity info inside the story surrounding beautiful serial killer aka “beauty killer” Gretchen … Continue reading

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REVIEW of 'Undone (Grant County Series No.7)' by Karin Slaughter

UNDONE (Grant County) by Karin Slaughter is the follow-up to BEYOND REACH published by Bantam Dell. UNDONE marks the merging of two series by Slaughter – Grant County series and the Will Trent series. Is this the end for the … Continue reading

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REVIEW: Blood Work by Michael Connelly

Ran across Blood Work yesterday afternoon and started rereading it after I went looking for another book in my library. I just started flipping through pages and decided to do a quick reread. I’d read BLOOD WORK a few years … Continue reading

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Hark! (A Novel of the 87th Precinct), Ed McBain

Well, I’ve been in the mood for mystery and suspense of late and there was a recent discussion on Twitter about Ed McBain that whet my appetite and made me go looking to see what titles he had in ebook. … Continue reading

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Nemesis (Harry Hole No.2), Jo Nesbø and Don Bartlett (Translator)

Norwegian crime novelist, Jo Nesbø is a bestselling author who has a varied and interesting background. His vast array of experience is evidenced in this story which is large in scope and depth as far as police procedurals go. In … Continue reading

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REVIEW: 'Sweetheart' by Chelsea Cain

Sweetheart (2008) by Chelsea Cain is the sequel to last years, New York Times bestseller, Heartsick. The story is told in third person present tense and is set in Portland, Oregon. The story takes place two months after the events … Continue reading

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REVIEW: Heart Sick by Chelsea Cain

Heart Sick (2007) by Chelsea Cain opens with a grisly flashback of Gretchen Lowell, hammering nails into the chest of the lead detective of the Beauty Killer Task force. For ten years the task force had been tracking down a … Continue reading

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REVIEW: The Quickie by James Patterson and Michael Ledwidge

The Quickie [AUDIOBOOK] [UNABRIDGED] (Audio CD) by James Patterson and Michael Ledwidge (Authors), Mary Stuart Masterson (Reader)- Hachette Audio (2007). Here is the synopsis: When Lauren Stillwell discovers her husband leaving a hotel room with another woman, she decides to … Continue reading

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REVIEW: City of Shadows by Ariana Franklin

City of Shadows (2006) by Ariana Franklin revisits the story of Anna Anderson, a young Polish woman, who had claimed in real life to be the long lost daughter of Russia’s last czar. While many people embrace the notion that … Continue reading

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REVIEW: Where Are You Now by Mary Higgins Clark

REVIEW: Where Are You Now? By Mary Higgins Clark, copyright April 2008, published by Simon & Schuster. Where Are You Now? is the latest book for Ms. Mary Higgins Clark and it is available in hardback and ebook at your … Continue reading

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REVIEW: Exit Music by Ian Rankin

Exit Music by Ian Rankin is currently available in the UK and was published September 2007 by Orion and is the 17th entry in the DI John Rebus series set in and around Edinburgh. In this entry, DI Rebus is … Continue reading

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