“The Chill would’ve made a great disaster movie back when that genre of motion picture was popular.”
“The Second Sleep by Robert Harris is highly recommended for those who demand complexity, eloquence, and questions that disturb one’s sleep.”
“feels like watching an automobile accident develop in slow motion and may serve as a cautionary tale for our times.”
“The Reunion is the type of story you could stay up all night reading.
Dhananjaya Rajaratnam, also known as Danny, lives in Sydney, Australia. He’s an illegal immigrant trying to remain in the shadows, unnoticed and undiscovered.
When solitude is imperative, North Carolina's Blue Ridge Mountains can offer peace and beauty. Kat Jamison needs to make an important, life-altering decision, and she decides this is where she want
The buzz surrounding Joe Ide at the 2017 Bouchercon Convention in Toronto was palpable as he was presented with the Anthony Award for his debut crime novel IQ. Once he’d also picked up the
“no matter how cruel an individual may be, there could always be one person who loves them.”
“Call it what you will—dark fantasy, magic realism, fabulism . . .
When she was young, Virginia Kennedy, an only child, suffers the loss of her mother who commits suicide.
“Stuart Woods with Treason provides a couple of hours of uncomplicated chase-and-shoot entertainment.”
“A Small Town is another example of Thomas Perry’s ability to tell a fast-paced, absorbing story with a strong central character.”
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“a gripping psychological thriller that delivers on its examination of the corrosive impact of family secrets with a dramatic finish that upends expectations.”
“there’s more than enough here to like that readers will enjoy this one and will certainly want to come back for whatever’s next.”
"Nick Petrie takes you on a joyride, racing first in one direction then spinning off into another. Just try to catch your breath!"
“A subtle, but ceaseless undercurrent of tension throughout builds to a shocking crescendo in the final pages.”
“get ready for action, adventure, and romance when you open the cover . . .”
“If a victim doesn’t know what has been done to them, how awful is the crime?”
“If this novel doesn’t make you laugh at its absurdities, groan at Ned’s puns, and plain enjoy the sarcastic fun, you, dear reader, have no sense of humor.”
“Wohlsdorf should be rightly hailed as a new and genuine voice in American fiction.”
"There are enough red herrings and all-too-human flubs in the detecting to keep suspense high and resolution impossible to the very end.
“Anyone is a mostly satisfying read that will keep you turning pages into the night.”
Baldacci’s legions of fans will probably love this book, but new readers will find it lacking in too many of the requisite storytelling skills.
John Connolly’s recent book, A Book of Bones, is difficult reading for several reasons—its extreme length, its wandering story arc, and its disappearing protagonist, just to name a few.