|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 […]