“a literary tour-de-force of the supernatural genre, at the same time disturbing, frightening, and fascinating.”
“a danger-fraught and compelling thriller with a world-threatening premise . . .”
“a police procedural with a supernatural story of a love overcoming the bonds of death.”
“The most fascinating facet of Connolly’s series is his skill in combining the supernatural and noir to create a story that has a feel of realism . . .”
“an imaginative story with some creative viewpoints about guilt, punishment, and redemption . . .”
Detective Kat Murphy’s life is hell . . . literally.
“. . . he could not erase the certainty that the demon was somehow awake and aware, that it knew they were there. That it wanted them there.”
“the evil men do truly does live after them . . .”
What can cure can kill, but can it also impart immortality?
“one of the most engrossing, readable, page-turners of 2016.”
“one comes away with a sense of futility and a loss of sleep from reading on to the bitter end.”
“an obsessive page-turner, filled with gasp-inducing twists and thrills.”
Is there poetry after Auschwitz? Is there horror after the massacre in Orlando?
On April 10, 2009, at a fair promising 1000 jobs held in a dying metropolis, hundreds of people desperately in need of work line up in the cold outside the city center when a crazed man, later term
“The Fireman is a lit fuse of tension that explodes in ever-increasing intervals as the novel progresses . . .”
“diabolically gleeful (and wholly original) entry in something of a new wave of possession tales. . . . one of the most unique reads of 2016.”
“With a fast-paced story and surprise ending, River Road is a destination you’ll surely want to take.”
“. . . the literary equivalent of a bridge too far.”
“Mr. Koontz’ most audacious pulp novel to date. It is a bold, raucous narrative that moves at lightning speed.”
Cynical sword jockey-for-hire Eddie LaCrosse returns in a new medieval murder mystery drawn straight from the mists of legend in Alex Bledsoe’s entertaining third novel in the LaCrosse series (foll
Here is a reviewer’s riddle. When is a big book like a little book? Answer: when it’s so well written you breeze through it in no time at all.
Murder in Vein starts off with a tense and exciting kidnapping, and then falls into worldbuilding that slows things down.
Joe Hill’s Horns is an assured second novel from a well credentialed, award-winning, author.