The Hive by Gregg Olsen

The Hive is an engaging thriller that finds its tension as much in the murders surrounding a cult as the detective investigating the crimes. On the same morning Lindsay Jackman’s long-time partner takes his own life, she gets called to investigate the murder of a young journalist. Sarah had been doing an investigation of her... Continue Reading →

Collecting the Dead by Spencer Cope (Mini Review)

Publisher’s Blurb: Magnus “Steps” Craig is part of an elite three-man Special Tracking Unit of the FBI, charged with finding the lost or abducted and bringing them home. Dubbed “The Human Bloodhound,” Steps is renowned for his incredible ability to find and follow trails over any surface. He has a special skill―known only to his... Continue Reading →

Resistance by Val McDermid

Originally written as a radio drama on the BBC, this pandemic story is now being released in graphic novel format. The illness is found to originate from a food van at an music festival in England. People believe it to be food poisoning until lesions start appearing on their skin and death comes quickly. As... Continue Reading →

Goodbye to the Sun by Jonathan Nevair

Goodbye to the Sun is scifi poker match between two excellent competitors. The Blurb: Tucked away in the blue sands of Kol 2, the Motes are on the brink of cultural collapse. Razor, a bold and daring pilot, leads a last-ditch gambit against their local oppressors, the Targitians. The plan - abduct visiting Ambassador Keen... Continue Reading →

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