David Baldacci Delivers Another Tension-Filled Ride With ‘No Man’s Land’ [REVIEW]

No man's land

Special Agent John Puller is back in David Baldacci’s No Man’s Land. (Photo by Jody Sticca, Flickr)

A thirty-year-old cold case. A parolee seeking revenge. The accusation that threatens to tear a family apart. An unexpected journey into the past. In David Baldacci’s No Man’s Land, all the key components are in place for one troubling, relentless thriller.  Read more of this post

James Patterson’s ‘Never Never’ Is An Electrifying Thriller [REVIEW]

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When people start disappearing in the Australian outback, Detective Harriet Blue must hunt down a deranged killer in James Patterson and Candice Fox’s Never, Never. (Photo courtesy James Patterson, YouTube)

 

After receiving devastating news, a female investigator is sent to a makeshift town in the middle of nowhere, a place where danger lurks at every turn. There she is given a suspicious new partner, tasked with finding out what is happening to a growing list of missing persons, and forced to navigate her way through a plethora of transient characters with too much time on their hands. With so much against her, will she be able to fulfill her assignment? And more importantly, will she make it out alive? Find out in James Patterson and Candice Fox’s pulse-pounding new thriller, Never Never.  Read more of this post

Nothing Is What It Seems in Jayne Ann Krentz’s ‘When All the Girls Have Gone’ [REVIEW]

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One is dead. A second is missing. When a killer strikes Seattle, no one is safe in Jayne Ann Krentz’s When All the Girls Have Gone.(Photo by Thomas Rousing, Flickr)

A woman named Louise is dead. Her best friend, Jocelyn, has gone missing. And now a third woman’s life is in danger. No one is safe in Jayne Ann Krentz’s intricately plotted new novel, Where All the Girls Have Gone.  Read more of this post

Debra Webb’s ‘Still Waters’ Delves Into the Dark Recesses of the Criminal Mind [REVIEW]

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When a news anchor becomes the prime suspect in a murder investigation, will she be able to prove her innocence in time? (Photo by Paolo Margari, Flickr)

Being in the limelight may have its advantages, but it can also have a serious downside… especially when someone turns a beautiful journalist into a scapegoat for murder in Debra Webb’s Still Waters, the second novel in her Faces of Evil series. Read more of this post

Debra Webb’s ‘Dark Whispers’ Wreaks Havoc With Our Sanity [REVIEW]

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Natalie Drummond is sure she shot the person who broke into her home. Or did she? Find out in Debra Webb’s Dark Whispers.
(Photo by Jo Christian Oterhals, Flickr)

Natalie Drummond needs help. Since suffering a brain injury, there are gaps in her short term memory. Still, she insists someone is watching her. She hears and sees things, sights and sounds which she can not explain. Her doctor says these apparitions may only be flashbacks, but she isn’t so sure. Thus begins Debra Webb’s thrilling new novel, Dark Whispers.  Read more of this post