Fear Has An Agenda In Lisa Jackson’s ‘Expecting to Die’ [REVIEW]

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In Lisa Jackson’s Expecting to Die, someone is watching teens in the moonlit woods. (Photo by Ryan and Sarah Deeds, Flickr)

In Grizzly Falls, urban legends aren’t just stories told around the campfire to keep children awake at night. Deep in the woods, under the shroud of night, a sinister figure is watching… waiting… ready to kill. In Lisa Jackson’s newest Selena Alvarez/Regan Pescoli novel, Expecting to Die, fear has an agenda and it starts with Big Foot. Read more of this post

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

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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

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

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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

Jane Haseldine’s ‘Duplicity’ Explodes with Malice [REVIEW]

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A reporter will stop at nothing to get her story in Jane Haseldine’s Duplicity. (Photo by Emilie Barbier, Flickr)

What do you get when you cross The Good Wife, Criminal Minds and the 2009 film, State of Play? The answer may very well be Jane Haseldine’s Duplicity, an engaging new thriller that blends taut suspense, riveting characters, heinous crime, family drama and professional journalism into one compelling read.  Read more of this post

Rhys Bowen Breaks Down Social Barriers ‘In Farleigh Field’ [REVIEW]

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With the onset of WWII, everything is quickly changing for Lord Westerham and his family in Rhys Bowen’s In Farleigh Field. (Photo by Marc Pether-Longman, Flickr)

Spies. British aristocracy. A dead body. A love triangle. Rhys Bowen’s new World War II thriller, In Farleigh Field, has it all in spades, making for a truly delicious stand-alone novel that will delight fans of Masterpiece Theater’s Home Fires and Downton Abbey.  Read more of this post