Old Demons Won’t Die in Erica Spindler’s ‘The Other Girl’ [REVIEW]

Police tape

Two murders. One cop. Nothing links them except a past she’d prefer to forget. (Photo by Tony Webster, Flickr)

Raised on the wrong side of the tracks, one woman reinvented herself and became a well-respected cop. But sometimes the past refuses to stay buried, especially when two murders threaten to resurrect dark secrets in Erica Spindler’s new thriller, The Other Girl.  Read more of this post

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Too Many Secrets Destroy a Marriage in J.T. Ellison’s ‘Lie To Me’ [REVIEW]

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A marriage goes off the rails in J.T. Ellison’s new page-turner, Lie to Me. (Photo by Abhishek Jacob, Flickr)

When marriage is plagued by grief, jealousy, betrayal, and murder, the perfect literary couple seems bent on destroying one another in J.T. Ellison’s new stand-alone psychological thriller, Lie to Me.  Read more of this post

Lisbeth Salander Returns in ‘The Girl Who Takes an Eye for an Eye’ [REVIEW]

Eye in black and white

Revenge is on the menu in the fifth volume in the Mellennium Series featuring Lisbeth Salander, The Girl Who Takes an Eye for an Eye. (Photo by Jamie Sanford, Flickr)

From the very beginning, the girl with the dragon tattoo hasn’t had an easy go of it. So many of the people in her life have done everything in their power to strip her of her dignity and destroy her. Even when she tries to help others, she seems to draw the short straw, which is exactly how she wound up in prison. But now she’s back, and it’s time for vengeance.  Read more of this post

Did She, or Didn’t She—from J.T. Ellison’s ‘Lie to Me’ [EXCERPT]

Mystery woman

Don’t a single suspenseful moment of J.T. Ellison’s Lie to Me, coming September 5. (Photo by Geoff Livingston, Flickr)

Don’t look for me.

Those were the last words she’d used to him. Read more of this post

‘The Doll Funeral’ Is Strange and Hypnotic [REVIEW]

Doll

Battered and left behind, a young child dreams of something more. (Photo by Jack Lyons, Flickr)

A young girl caught in a nightmare dreams of another life. In some ways she envies Lewis Carroll’s Alice, who disappeared down the rabbit hole to find herself in an enchanted world. Yet there is no magical fall into a land populated by cheshire cats and mad hatters for her. She does have a glimmer of hope, however, when she receives an unexpected revelation on her thirteenth birthday. Find out what happens to her in Kate Hamer’s new novel, The Doll Funeral.  Read more of this post