Lisa Gardner’s ‘One Step Too Far’ Is an Emotional Tour De Force [REVIEW]

Forest
Will a search party make it out of the woods alive? (Photo courtesy Canva)

A missing groom vanishes in the wilderness. A search party hunts for him one last time. But someone dangerous is watching. Who will emerge from the forest alive? Find out in Lisa Gardner’s new thriller, One Step Too Far.

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Privacy Is a Thing of the Past in Dave Eggers’ ‘The Circle’ [REVIEW]

Can an internet company be too powerful? (Photo courtesy Canva)

When a young woman lands her dream job at the biggest Internet company on the planet, she is amazed at what a great package deal it is. Phenomenal pay. Awesome benefits. Unbeatable perks. But what’s the catch? Find out in Dave Eggers enthralling sci-fi thriller, The Circle.

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Readers Will Never Forget the Nail-Biting Flight in T.J. Newman’s Debut Thriller ‘Falling’ [REVIEW]

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If you think you’ve been on a bumpy flight, think again. (Photo courtesy Canva)

Life is full of tough choices. As a passenger on a plane, however, you have little control once you buckle up. You have to trust the pilot knows what he is doing. Hopefully he is having a good day. But what if your pilot was given a dilemma: such as you and your fellow passengers die, or his family does. Welcome aboard debut author T.J. Newman’s Falling.

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Linda Hurtado Bond’s ‘All the Broken Girls’ Promises Creepy Good Thrills [COVER REVEAL]

A veteran journalist sets out to tell the story of a lifetime. (Photo courtesy Canva)

Some of my favorite thriller writers started out as journalists. Partly, that’s because I graduated from j-school myself and was heavily involved in the Society of Professional Journalists throughout my college career. But mostly, I love how journalists craft a story. That’s why I’m quite excited to introduce you to Florida-based journalist-turned-fiction-writer, Linda Hurtado Bond!

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There’s No R & R for American Super Spy Scot Harvath in Brad Thor’s ‘Black Ice’ [REVIEW]

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Now in Norway, Scot Harvath must decide his next move. (Photo courtesy Canva)

A Nordic holiday with stunning views. A gorgeous girlfriend to romp with. A boat to relax on. Super spy Scot Harvath is in paradise. But he’s out of vacation time and is expected to report back to work. Will he return or retire? Find out in his 20th adventure, Black Ice.

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