Book Review for The River at Night by Erica Ferencik

Book Review for The River at Night by Erica Ferencik
Be prepared to take a heart pounding and dramatic trip down the river with this book. The author has created a story that blends together emotion with action in a way that will keep you on invested in the characters’ journey as well as on the edge of your seat until the very end. At first, I have to...
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Book Review for I'm Traveling Alone by Samuel Bjork

Book Review for I'm Traveling Alone by Samuel Bjork
I’M TRAVELING ALONE is an edgy, suspenseful, and thrilling crime novel that shows what good noir can truly be. In all honesty, there isn’t one aspect of this novel that I didn’t love. While reading, I devoured the pages as if I were on the hunt for the killer myself. With complex and deeply flawed c...
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Book Review for A Study In Scarlet Women by Sherry Thomas

Book Review for A Study In Scarlet Women by Sherry Thomas
A Study in Scarlet Women is a quick-witted and unique tale. The eloquence of the writing will breathe new life into the classic characters that we have all come to love. Charlotte Holmes is one of a kind. She has rare ability to see things for more than what is on face value and her skills in deduct...
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Book Review for THE KEPT WOMAN by Karin Slaughter

Book Review for THE KEPT WOMAN by Karin Slaughter
  Through murder, deception, and the consequences of decisions made in the past, Karin Slaughter weaves together a gripping, dark, and intense story. In the latest installment of the Will Trent series, the reader is greeted with a gruesome murder in an empty Atlanta warehouse that is slated to ...
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Book Review for A Story to Kill by Lynn Cahoon

Book Review for A Story to Kill by Lynn Cahoon
Filled with both intrigue and wit, A Story to Kill is a positively addictive and flawless debut for the Cat Latimer Mystery series. In A Story to Kill we meet the former professor and author Cat Latimer. She, along with her friend, Shauna, have just opened up a writers retreat in her small hometown....
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Book Review for Insidious by Catherine Coulter

Book Review for Insidious by Catherine Coulter
Insidious is a smart and calculated thriller that will lure you in with serial killers and murderous plots. Then keep you on the edge of your seat and guessing whodunit until the very last page. In the twentieth installment of Coulter’s FBI Thriller series, the reader gets two mysteries in one. Agen...
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Book Review: One Murder More by Kris Calvin

Book Review: One Murder More by Kris Calvin
One Murder More is a smart, riveting, and on point political mystery that takes twists and turns you will not see coming. There is something about a well crafted mystery that sends chills down my spine and puts a smile on my face. The elements all have to be there and if you are mystery lover, you w...
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