Malice Lurks in Carol Goodman’s ‘The Widow’s House’ [REVIEW]

Woman of the Lake

In Carol Goodman’s The Widow’s House, a woman looking for a new beginning gets caught in a modern mystery.
(Photo by Christos Tsoumplekas, Flickr)

A couple hard on their luck, a decaying estate, and a creepy mystery. All the elements are here to make Carol Goodman’s new Gothic thriller, The Widow’s House, a total scream.  Read more of this post

J.D. Robb’s ‘Brotherhood In Death’ Is Fraught with Intrigue and Mystery [REVIEW]

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Eve Dallas must find a colleague’s missing cousin before it is too late in BROTHERHOOD IN DEATH.
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With Brotherhood in Death, New York Times bestselling author J.D. Robb delivers another heart pounding, fast paced thriller featuring tough Lieutenant Eve Dallas. The novel unfolds with Dennis Mira, a university professor and husband of NYPSD’s top profiler, Charlotte Mira, making a surprise visit to see his cousin Edward. Read more of this post

Jeffery Deaver’s ‘The Steel Kiss’ Makes Us Think Twice About Riding Escalators [REVIEW]

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In Jeffery Deaver’s THE STEEL KISS, even an escalator becomes a deadly weapon. (Photo by Nick Harris, Flickr)

In The Steel Kiss, New York Times bestselling author Jeffery Deaver introduces readers to a menacing new threat that is much too real, and which touches all our lives: smart appliances that can be remotely controlled to kill anyone at all… even you. Read more of this post