One By One by Ruth Ware

Ruth Ware's latest thriller takes us to a familiar premise... One that I have called a country manor mystery in the past. Put a bunch of interesting characters in a creepy or isolated setting and let their past and present conflicts work themselves out... I've now read four of her novels, and quite frankly, they... Continue Reading →

The Girl Beneath the Sea by Andrew Mayne

I read all of Mayne's The Naturalist series and loved every one of them. Theo Cray is an awesome protagonist and his mysteries feel huge. Like the problems could take over the world. And his deductive reasoning creates some really immersive detectiving (made that word up:) and each of the four books in the series... Continue Reading →

The One by John Marrs

I don't know why I'm such a sucker for books being turned into movies. Most of the time I don't even end of watching the flick! Ha! Soooo, I saw this great review over at FanFiAddict, and I knew it would be a great read to squeeze in between a couple clunky fantasy books. And... Continue Reading →

Without Sanction by Don Bentley

Without Sanction is a thrill ride with intense action in the Middle East and political maneuvering in the Oval Office. A team of CIA opperatives infiltrates a base in Syria only to find evidence of WMDs. Three of the four soldiers are killed and the fourth is taken prisoner. Cabinet infighting and the return of... Continue Reading →

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