One expects Western adventures to be set against magnificent scenery and driven by wilderness experiences.
“a relentlessly driven page-turning thriller with outrageous twists and turns you never see coming. Terrific one-liners and a truly original antagonist in the form of the violent Quinn . .
“suspenseful, gritty, well plotted and written, but not a pleasant book to read. . . . ultra-realistic crime fiction.”
Camino Island is John Grisham’s much-anticipated 30th novel. It tells the story of the theft of priceless F.
“a complex and seductive page-turner that will not disappoint devoted fans and casual readers of the New York Times bestselling series.”
Jordan Harper’s fast-paced debut novel, She Rides Shotgun, opens with a disturbingly haunting introduction to “Crazy” Craig Hollington, the leader of a gang known as Aryan Steel.
Lars Martin Johansson, retired head of the Swedish National Criminal Police, stops at a well-known hotdog kiosk for a quick bite to eat before heading home.
“an action-packed thriller with an exotic Hong Kong setting . . .”
“clever, filled with puns and acerbic wit, and good fun to read . . .”
Love, in the world of Paula Priamos’ new novel Inside V, is powerful, primal, obsessive, and deadly. Former L.A.
“a ride you won’t want to miss.”
Hannah Monroe, a thirty-something British woman, is excited.
“Those readers thinking they can outguess the author will find their abilities tested . . . ”
“debut effort . . . ultimately not worth your time.”
“some thrills, some chills, and a interesting look into little-known Florida history . . . along with some touches of madness and possession . . .”
“the best example of the hardboiled crime noir novel . . .”
"totally captivating page-turner"
Heartbreak Hotel, the 32nd novel in the Alex Delaware series by Jonathan Kellerman, begins with an enticing hook.
A great story transports readers to a milieu with its concomitant sights, sounds, and interesting dialogue. Ideally the plot captures our attention until the final paragraph.
“the evil men do truly does live after them . . .”
“The Nowhere Man is a good ride down a toboggan run of nonstop action and intrigue.”
Why does a man who has been out of the game for 35 years suddenly become a red-hot target for a military intelligence section determined to remove him permanently from the playing field?
“another exciting Sigma Force adventure.”
“The Lost Boy is a complex and brilliant novel, but is one of Lackberg’s darkest stories.”
There’s a strange little boy who appears twice in Michael Koryta’s Rise the Dark.