“a nerve-shredding psychological thriller that will keep readers guessing to the very last page.”
The generally accepted wisdom in fiction, particularly in novels involving action and crime, is to keep turning the screws on the main characters, tighter and tighter, until the reader can’t imagin
British author Sandie Jones brings out her debut crime novel The Other Woman as one of the creepiest “fall in love and step into danger” books ever.
For fans of David Handler’s Stewart “Hoagy” Hoag series of the 1990s, The Man Who Couldn’t Miss” will sweep them right back to the original series—for new fans not familiar with Hoagy and
Prolific author Stuart Woods has teamed up with co-author Parnell Hall to write this fast-moving romp of a book, a cross between an old hardboiled '50s black and white crime film and a fast moving
“Colin Cotterill has written this one from the heart.”
“For any who love Ludwig von Beethoven’s music, this novel is a must for its biography. For everyone else, it’s a great mystery story set against a background of actual history.”
A debut thriller is always an adventure—has the author been secretly practicing the craft of tight, suspenseful writing, so that the plot will make sense, the pace will force the pages to turn, and
“. . . when you work for the dead, you’re stuck with a notoriously unreliable employer. Sometimes they’re all over you, screaming their need for justice at every cursed turn.
Stephen Holgate has written a fascinating and well-constructed thriller set in Madagascar.
This is a tale of unorthodox relationships, shifting alliances, and contentious allegations.
Mine is a hybrid between a legal thriller and a romance novel set in modern day England.
“a terrific YA thriller. . . . Peter Blankman’s blurred perception of what’s happening to him intrigues us from the first page to the very last.”
“an adventuresome romp, intriguing, entertaining, and a story of which the Bard himself might approve.”
“Came two gentleman to Venice . . .”
"Be sure to read this book when you don't have to be someplace or can stay up late. An Unwanted Guest will have readers hooked from page one."
“A regular noir reader will find much to love here, and a reader who wants some armchair tourism will find a dark and enthralling look at a world few Americans have seen.”
“Closer to a Jeffery Deaver manhunt emotionally, than to Nordic noir, Manning’s debut crime novel is a keeper.”
Marissa Parlette, a speech-language pathologist at a local elementary school in Tranquil Cove, Washington, is working with nine-year-old Anna Black who has a stuttering problem.
“The idea at the story’s core—death by butterfly—is fascinating from start to finish.”
The Amish are very spiritual and morally set in the ways of their faith. Sadie Detweiler, courted by Harlan Mast, finds she is pregnant.
A teenaged boy's family is murdered before his eyes, and he ends up in the hospital in unstable condition with multiple stab wounds. In a state of shock, he remains unconscious.
“in some ways as much a cozy detective novel at it is a police procedural”
“well-conceived, brilliantly constructed, scary as the nightlights, and thoroughly engrossing.”
In Murder at Ochre Court author Alyssa Maxwell once again reveals her skill at creating a well-planned mystery with all the clues, foreshadowing, and red herrings needed to engage the read
Psychological suspense has a new reigning queen.