|May 27, 2013||Posted by Christa McGrath under Crime, Fiction, Mystery, Thriller|
A suspenseful, thrilling, and perhaps grisly story set in the Adirondack Mountains. A group of women hurry to find their missing friends before they make the news as the next in a series of murders.
|May 10, 2010||Posted by Betty Gelean under Fiction, Mystery, Suspense, Thriller|
James W. Nichol has given us a well-written, complicated murder mystery/thriller. The book begins with the protagonist, Canadian WWII pilot Wilf McLaughlin, under heavy fire and toward the end of the war, beginning his death spiral as his Spitfire speeds to meet the earth the hard way. I’m dead is one of his last thoughts.
|March 19, 2010||Posted by Betty Gelean under Fiction, Thriller|
Matthew Glass has given us a thriller that is all too possible, drawing the reader in from page one. The book begins innocuously enough in the year 2032, in a mood of energy and optimism for rebuilding the nation’s basic foundation. The bright and popular newly-elected U.S. president has won his seat with an unprecedented majority on a platform of honesty, decisiveness, and trust. The excitement is contagious…
|February 23, 2010||Posted by Colleen McKie under Canadian, Thriller, Young Adult|
Bonechiller by Graham McNamee was a wonderfully scary YA novel about a young boy and his friends battling against an ancient evil that has marked some of them for death.
|September 9, 2009||Posted by Elizabeth Roach under Fiction, Mystery, Thriller|
Published by Bantam, 2007 Stalemate is another novel in the Eve Duncan series by Iris Johansen. The reader is plunged into an ongoing saga between Eve Duncan and a colleague albeit boyfriend, Joe Quinn. Eve also finds herself caught in the middle of a war between a drug lord in the jungles of Colombia and […]