Someone Like Me by M.R. Carey

I read the page at least 5 times. I read the paragraph on the page at least 10 times. I was shocked. I was terrified. And I loved every word of it. A twist that took this already gripping spectral thriller into an even darker and more wicked place. Someone Like Me begins with two... Continue Reading →

Slender Man by Anonymous

From the dark corners of the internet to the eerie depths of the forest, the boogeyman lurks. An odd collection of elongated limbs in black and white, an oval-shaped head, and a lurking, a following, a stalking. The Slender Man. Mark is a young man of monied Manhattan, enrolled in an elite private high school that... Continue Reading →

Lethal White by Robert Galbraith (Mini Review)

I have two auto-buy thriller series going right now: Galbraith's Cormoran Strike series and Jussi Adler-Olsen's Department Q series. Both get gritty and have well-layered plots. Their protagonists have interesting backstories and there are enough books in each series that you really feel like you know the characters well, especially the supporting ones. One big... Continue Reading →

Firefly by Henry Porter

He is a man who is employed to ‘find people.’ Out of the game for awhile, Paul Samson is asked to work the case of a young Syrian refugee who has seen too much. From Turkey to Greece to Macedonia, young Naji is running from a group of terrorists and needs help, but what is... Continue Reading →

Zero Sum Game by S.L. Huang

Cas Russell specializes in retrieval. With skills ranging from hand-to-hand combat to small arms fire to evasive driving, she is a force to be reckoned with... but what makes her special is an advanced working knowledge of all things mathematical. She has an equation for everything. The aiming vector for her snubnose, the results of... Continue Reading →

Vandals. A Short Story by Olen Steinhauer

An estate in Sonoma becomes the site of an incident that will forever change undercover FBI agent Rachel Proulx. Leaving the East Coast after a painful divorce, Rachel finds respite in a project to research and infiltrate revolutionary groups on the West Coast. Poking around bars in San Francisco brings her to a group of... Continue Reading →

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