Tag Archives: thrillers

“The Housemaid” by Frieda McFadden – Book Review

If you are in the mood for a compelling, twisty, domestic thriller you need look no further! This is the type of novel that you could easily read in one sitting. It is riveting, and would make an awesome movie. … Continue reading

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“Her Buried Lives” by Katlyn Duncan – Book Review

The old Victorian house located on the outskirts of a small Pennsylvania town leant itself to a creepy vibe and you just knew it was packed full of unsavory family secrets. Though I loved the premise and the setting, I … Continue reading

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“Never Broken” by Lori Duffy Foster – Book Review

Lisa Jamison – an investigative journalist in her hometown of Seneca Springs, New York. She is thirty-three years old and has a teenage daughter, whom she adores. She was a teenage runaway who became pregnant at fifteen. Completely estranged from … Continue reading

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Teaser Tuesday – November 8, 2022 #NewBook #TheHiker @MJFordBooks #TeaserTuesday #TuesdayBookBlog @AvonBooksUK

My Tuesday post where I’ll ‘tease‘ you with the cover, blurb, and first paragraph of one of the titles from my own TBR. This book is a title I received from Avon Books UK via NetGalley and I’ll be reading … Continue reading

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“Parting The Veil” by Paulette Kennedy – Book Review

This was my last read for the month of October. Only fitting as it had a ghostly element and was touted as a gothic thriller novel. Havenwood Manor, the creepy, crumbling old house in Hampshire was an excellent setting for … Continue reading

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“Red As Blood” by Lilja Sigurðardóttir – Book Review

Áróra has returned to her birthplace, Iceland, to find her missing sister, Ísafold. Now, she has come to realize that she is probably looking for her sister’s body. Áróra, who lived in Edinburgh, is a financial investigator, though to make … Continue reading

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“We Spread” by Iain Reid – Book Review

O.M.G.! What a  creepy and unsettling novel. I’m astounded that a young author like Iain Reid could so eloquently and sympathetically write of advanced old age. His understanding depiction of the vulnerabilities, loneliness, frailties, and memory loss, were quite outstanding. … Continue reading

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“The Other Side Of Night” by Adam Hamdy – Book Review

“Time is an illusion our minds create to give us a sense of direction.” Harriet Kealty is a single, thirty-one year old policewoman and has recently transferred from London to Stoke-On-Trent, Staffordshire.  On a personal level, Harri has met someone … Continue reading

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“The Guest House” by Robin Morgan-Bentley – Book Review

If you are a fan of dark, twisty, and somewhat disturbing thrillers then you should read “The Guest House“. Although I’m a real fan of page turners, this one might have been just one plot twist too far. Jamie and … Continue reading

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“The Couple at Causeway Cottage” by Diane Jeffrey – Book Review

Kat and Mark Fisher move to the idyllic island of Rathlin, off the coast of Northern Ireland. Their reasons are twofold. They want to escape their hectic London life and start a family, and, they want to be closer to … Continue reading

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