Murder and Malice Abound in ‘Liar’s Key’ [REVIEW]

Boston Museum of Art

Will Sharpe and Donovan get caught up in a case of art theft? Find out in Carla Neggers’ Liar’s Key. (Photo by David Ohmer, Flickr)

A surprise visit from a legendary FBI agent is never a good sign, especially when you’re in the midst of planning a wedding. But old rumors are hard to ignore, and soon Emma Sharpe and Colin Donovan find themselves tangled up in a sticky web of blackmail, greed, and murder in Carla Neggers’ Liar’s Key. Read more of this post

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Beware of the Deadly ‘Huntress Moon’ [REVIEW]

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There’s a killer on the loose in San Francisco… and she’s no lady. Discover her true identity in Alexandra Sokoloff’s Huntress Moon. (Photo by Christian Arballo, Flickr)

There’s no forgetting her. She’s alluring, riveting, and elusive. But just like a poisonous blossom for which there’s no antidote, she’s also beautiful and deadly. Join the pursuit to capture this mysterious woman in Alexandra Sokoloff’s addictive thriller, Huntress Moon.  Read more of this post

Old Secrets Prove Deadly in ‘Thief’s Mark’ [REVIEW]

Cotswolds, England

When new bodies appear and old secrets resurface, FBI agents Sharpe and Donovan must crack the case in Carla Neggers’ Thief’s Mark. (Photo by JR P, Flickr)

FBI agents Emma Sharpe and Colin Donovan never can seem to stay far from trouble. When a body turns up in a tranquil English village, dark secrets about a ghastly past rope the duo into yet another hair-raising adventure in Carla Neggers’ latest, Thief’s Mark.  Read more of this post

‘Before the Dawn’ Will Make Readers Believe in Monsters [REVIEW]

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Love is deadly when you fall for the wrong man. (Photo by Sarah, Flickr)

When a woman is found brutally murdered, an FBI agent must face ghosts from his past to determine whether the killer is a copycat or if an old nemesis is back from the dead in Cynthia Eden’s Before the Dawn.  Read more of this post

Amos Decker Races Against Time in David Baldacci’s ‘The Fix’ [REVIEW]

The Fix

Amos Decker faces off with the Defense Intelligence Agency in David Baldacci’s The Fix.
(Photos by US Navy, compiled by Jathan Fink, Jadeworks Entertainment)

A man shoots a woman execution style in front of the Hoover building, then turns the gun on himself, and Amos Decker is there to witness it all. Thus begins David Baldacci’s latest thriller, The Fix, in which the number one bestselling author leads us down the rabbit hole and into a world full of intrigue, cunning, and lies. Only Decker can help us wrap our minds around such a potentially volatile situation. Read more of this post