suspense

Ruth Ware’s Art of Anxiety

by Sharon Tucker


The supernatural may not be a major component of Ruth Ware’s suspense novels (except for reading Tarot cards...), but her books are intense reads. The primary characters who people her novels are young professionals, successful on varying levels, who find themselves in the midst of circumstances beyond their control.

Until the Day I Die By Emily Carpenter: Review/Giveaway/Interview

by Sandra Murphy


Erin Gaines, her husband, and a couple of good, really best, friends start their own company. It features an app that helps users stick to their budget. As you pass a store, it will tell you what’s on sale, if it fits your allotted budget, and it keeps track of all your expenses and savings. A great way for college kids to live within their means, for adults to save for retirement, and for retirees to plan trips or gifts for the grandkids. The plan is to ride the app’s success for a few years, then sell to the highest bidder, retire as millionaires.

Killing Season By Faye Kellerman: Review/Giveaway

by Theodore Feit


Turning her attention away from the long-standing series featuring Decker and Lazarus, Faye Kellerman has written a standalone involving a serial killer and rapist, a teenager obsessed with finding the murderer, first love, and hanky-panky goings-on in high school. It makes for good reading throughout the rather bulky book.

Nine Lives By Wendy Corsi Staub: Review/Giveaway

by Cyntha Chow


One year ago Isabella Jordan’s life began to crumble around her. Shortly after her adored husband Sam passed away after a long illness, Bella lost not only her teaching job but the lease on her home as well. The only other family member left alive is her judgmental mother-in-law, so with no other option Bella packs her son and all of her belongings into her car to drive to Chicago to spend the summer with Sam’s mother. Fate steps in when Bella and five-year-old Max encounter a very pregnant cat before they've even left New York State, forcing them to take refuge in the strange small town of Lily Dale.

Past Due: Mystery Short Story

by John Clark


I tried not to roll my eyes as Delia handed me the phone and gave me one of her half stressed, half ashamed looks before bolting out the door. She hadn’t bothered to explain her abrupt departure. There was no need. We had been through this same scenario at least once every other week since the local employment coach had referred her to me.

The Kill Order By Robin Burcell: Review/Interview/Giveaway

by Cynthia Chow


FBI agent, Sydney Fitzpatrick, could never have realized that the investigation she began into her father’s death would place her in the middle of an international plot, risk national security and cost the lives of innocents. Unfortunately, while she may have solved the murder of her father in Face of a Killer, by this fifth in the series Sydney is immersed further in the mystery that began with her father, drew the attention of multiple law enforcement agencies and threatened the safety of a nation.

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