Category Archives: Psychological thrillers

“We Watch You” by NS Ford – Book Review

Four friends since childhood who are now in their early thirties: Tina Jameson – has suicidal thoughts and suffers from debilitating depression. It all stemmed from an event in her teens when her three closest friends turned against her… We … Continue reading

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“The Necklace” by Matt Witten – Book Review

Susan Lentigo – Twenty years ago Susan’s seven year old daughter Amy was brutally raped and murdered. She is stuck in a sort of limbo. She still lives in the same house, has the same poorly paid waitressing job, only … Continue reading

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“The Other Guest” by Helen Cooper – Book Review

The story is told via three points of view: Joanna Greenfield (Derby, England) – works as a Head of Counselling Services at a university. She is a very caring woman, so is excellent at her job. She lives alone (with … Continue reading

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“99 Red Balloons” by Elisabeth Carpenter – Book Review

“The past is always part of my present.” Emma – is in her late thirties and is mother to eight year old Grace. Every mother’s worst fear is realized when Grace does not return home from school one day. Emma’s … Continue reading

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“Watch Out For Her” by Samantha M. Bailey – Book Review

“Everyone has parts of themselves they’re ashamed of, that they hide. Desperate people do desperate things. Not always on purpose. But sometimes.” Holly Monroe – a twenty-two year old med student who comes from a prestigious family who own a … Continue reading

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Teaser Tuesday – April 5, 2022 #NewBook #TeaserTuesday #WatchOutForHer @SimonBooks @sbaileybooks #Thriller @SimonSchusterCA

My Tuesday post where I’ll ‘tease‘ you with the cover, blurb, and first paragraph of one of the advanced reader’s copies from my own TBR. This book is a title I downloaded from Edelweiss. Today, Tuesday April 5, 2022 I … Continue reading

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“The Younger Wife” by Sally Hepworth – Book Review

“Perhaps the very worst people still had some good in them. And perhaps the very best had some bad.” This book goes back and forth between the Wedding Day and how the story leads up to that event. Stephen Aston … Continue reading

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“Quicksand Of Memory” by Michael J. Malone – Book Review

Luke – lost his beloved partner, Lisa, to cancer. Now he is raising Lisa’s six-year-old son Nathan on his own, with the occasional help of Lisa’s mother, Gemma. He adores the boy. Luke is an ex-con. He served time for … Continue reading

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“The Secrets We Share” by Edwin Hill – Book Review

Natalie Cavanaugh – a police detective with the Boston, Massachusetts police force. She is single, forty-two years old, and drinks to excess when off duty. Natalie is very damaged by the events surrounding her father’s murder when she was only … Continue reading

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“Faceless” by Vanda Symon – Book Review

Bradley – a married man who is the father to two pre-school girls. His personal life presents pressures of kids, a huge mortgage, and a wife who disparages him at every turn. He works as an accountant at an insurance … Continue reading

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