The Body in the Castle Well by Martin Walker

Three things you can depend on in one of Martin Walker's Bruno novels: deliberate investigations, small provincial-town politics, and a full feast of French food. The Body in the Castle Well starts with the death of a visiting art student. Claudia is a young American PhD student who is visiting St. Denis to study with... Continue Reading →

Sworn to the Night by Craig Schaefer

NYPD detective Marie Reinhart and her partner believe they are on the trail of a serial killer... but the answer just might be more deadly. A "Most Dangerous Game" cult, a Presidential candidate, a coven of witches, and a new drug called Ink... all combine to cut across the layers of power in New York... Continue Reading →

Bearskin by James A. McLaughlin

Rice is an ex-con escaping his past while hiding out as a caretaker on a private wildlife preserve in the Virginia mountains. He is tasked with remodeling the lodge, mending perimeter fences, and giving updates to his hippy Californian boss. But one day he is alerted to a bear carcass up in the woods. Rice... Continue Reading →

White Peak by Ronan Frost

A man sees his life as all but over when a mass shooting leaves his wife dead. Yet, a hand reaching out to Ryerson McKenna comes in the form of a mysterious billionaire who is desperate for a cure of his chronic illness. Greg Rask is compiling a crew to help him find an answer...... Continue Reading →

The Scholar by Dervla McTiernan

I saw this book up for review and had always wanted to read McTiernan's first book, The Ruin. Three days ago I picked up The Ruin and I finished The Scholar tonight. Back-to-back awesomeness! If you are looking for a new thriller/police procedural, look no further! Cormac has had another year of cold cases and... Continue Reading →

The Ruin by Dervla McTiernan

I just finished Dean Koontz's Jane Hawk series and really liked getting back into the thriller/ mystery genre... so I thought I'd pick this one up for the weekend. I was not disappointed. Hawk is definitely more of a spy thriller, and this one is a detective/ police procedural, but after several SFF books, I... Continue Reading →

The Paris Diversion by Chris Pavone

Shifting points of view and an intricate plot make The Paris Diversion a quality sequel to The Expats. Kate is back. Shuffling kids to school, throwing dinner parties, and dealing with agro-moms... but at the same time running the Paris substation for the a dark side of the American government, one that is ready to... Continue Reading →

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