Tag Archives: suspense

February 17

Book review: Murder in the Pachysandra, by Linda A. Lavid

Murder in the Pachysandra, by Linda A. Lavid, introduces us to Hattie Moon, an elderly woman who lives alone with her cat and has private conversations with her dead husband, and yet, who remains otherwise lucid of mind. So much the case, that one day, when she finds her paperboy’s body in her backyard, and police jump […]

October 23

Book review: The Last Straw, Pigeon-Blood Red, (Book 2) by Ed Duncan

  The Last Straw, Pigeon-Blood Red, (Book 2) by Ed Duncan, is a crime thriller. When a young woman witnesses a carjacking, she becomes the pivotal point for a series of attempts against her life. Investigators move in and try to unravel the plot, but in the end, it comes down to two lethal hitmen, […]

October 16

Book review: The Edge of the Cemetery by Margaret Millmore

The Edge of the Cemetery by Margaret Millmore A great read, well written, nice pace. Exciting, interesting and moments of humor. Full of surprises and interesting twists and turns. A very enjoyable book.   Review by Writers Inspiring Change    

September 29

Feature Book: The Last Straw, by Ed Duncan

What are readers saying? ***Five Stars*** “With danger looming in every chapter, The Last Straw is an action-packed and nerve-racking read. Duncan skillfully draws the reader into a complex web of characters… A few key twists within the storyline keep the reader intrigued in this fast-paced thriller…The Last Straw is an outstanding crime thriller…” Red […]

July 30

Feature Book Review: The Ghost, by H. Berkeley Rourke

The Ghost, by H. Berkeley Rourke, is a police investigatory crime-novel. A serial rapist is on the loose on the campus of Scalian University. His taste for sexual assaults culminates in murder, and when the first body of a young university student shows up, the dominos start to fall. Corrupt campus police and University officials […]

July 13

Feature Book: The Ghost – by H. Berkeley Rourke

  “The story is written in a formal manner, although no punches are pulled as you are drawn into the action and investigation. We follow Jeanne, a tough young cop with a no-nonsense approach, and her colleagues as they cast their net, looking for a rapist, turned killer.” “This is an intriguing book and the […]

May 17

Review: Louisiana Catch, by Sweta Vikram

Louisiana Catch, by Sweta Vikram. 5 stars Everyone should read this wonderful story about a sheltered, intelligent, wealthy woman’s journey. She did not want her mistakes to define who she was and she wanted to help others overcome theirs. Her determination and hard work turned into an enlightenment to others from around the globe; setting […]

April 03

Book review: The Chalk Line Killer (The Detective Cole Sullivan Series 2) by Russell Warnberg

The Chalk Line Killer (The Detective Cole Sullivan Series 2) by Russell Warnberg, is a crime thriller in the classical style. A spree of bizarre killings with a chalk line drawn around the victims by the killer, leads Cole Sullivan and his team into a dark world of sociopathic monsters, where the caustic and poisonous […]

March 13

Book review: Death of a Movie Star, by Timothy Patrick

Death of a Movie Star by Timothy Patrick is a thought provoking story about interconnected lives. This is a story that explores a life spent without regard for anyone but one’s self; while another life is spent searching for a relationship that might or might not ever happen. The story is both entertaining and different, […]

February 22

Book review: Bird of Prey, by Steven Ryan

Bird of Prey, by Steven Ryan, is a very different kind of story; told from the perspective of a vicious seagull that is larger than normal and very nasty. The emotions of the animals and humans are very realistic showing the worst and best of each. A quick but enjoyable read. Book review by International […]