Tag Archives: thrillers

Need You Dead by Peter James

It had been a long time since I had read a novel by Peter James, not for any particular reason, just because I was reading so many other good books. So I treated myself to Need You Dead. This is the 13th book in the Roy Grace books, this is a series that is so …

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Broken Ponies by guest author Sophie Jonas-Hill

Today, I am happy to have Sophie Jonas-Hill join me on my blog to share her new novel, Broken Ponies. This book is the sequel to her best seller Nemesister and is a definite must read for me. The Blurb Following the gripping – and deadly – events of their night under siege in Nemesister, …

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Love Like Blood by Mark Billingham

I very much enjoy Mark Billingham novels. It is no surprise to me his series of novels featuring D.I. Tom Thorne has twice won him the Crime Novel Of The Year Award as well as the Sherlock Award for Best British Detective and been nominated for seven CWA Daggers. His debut novel, Sleepyhead was chosen by …

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Six Years by Harlan Coben

It had been a while since I had read a book by Harlan Coben. I don’t know why, because I have always enjoyed his work. I obtained this novel when my local library were giving away some books that they had taken off their shelves. FREE BOOKS! Don’t they know I already have a huge …

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Daisy in Chains by Sharon Bolton

I have always enjoyed books by Sharon Bolton that I have read including Awakening that is reviewed on this site: https://bookreviewstoday.info/2015/05/11/awakening-by-s-j-bolton/ and so, when I saw Daisy in Chains in my local library, I picked it up. I am glad I did! What a clever story. Daisy in Chains is about a serial killer, Hamish …

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Line of Vision by David Ellis

David Ellis was born on 1, January 1967. He is an American author of crime thrillers and is also an attorney working in Chicago, Illinois, USA. He has worked in both the public and private sector since his graduation from Northwestern Law School which is a private American law school in Chicago, Illinois. Located in the North …

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Betrayal by Karin Alvtegen

Karin Alvtegen is a Swedish author of crime fiction. She was born on 8 June 1965 in Huskvama, Sweden. Alvtegen’s psychological thrillers are generally set in Sweden. Four of her books have been translated into English: Missing, Betrayal, Shadow and Shame. She has been nominated for the Edgar Award for Best Novel and the  CWA International …

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Deal Breaker by Harlan Coben

Harlan Coben was born in 1965 to a Jewish family in Newark, New Jersey, USA.  He is an American author of thrillers and mystery novels.  The plots of his novels often involve the re-surfacing of unresolved or misinterpreted events of the past including murders and fatal accidents.  They also often have a multiple plot twists. …

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Last Witness by Jilliane Hoffman

Jilliane Hoffman  is an American writer of legal thrillers She was born on Long Island, New York State, USA and attended both undergraduate and law school at  St. John’s University in Queens, New York.  Before the author startied to write, the author practiced as a lawyer while working as an assistant state’s attorney prosecuting felonies in Miami, Florida from 1992 to 1996. Thereafter, she was a regional advisor for …

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Killing the Shadows by Val McDermid

Val McDermid is an author who was born and educated on the east coast of Scotland and then attended Oxford University. Upon leaving university, she became a journalist.  She and her cats now live in Manchester, England.  Her first book, Report for Murder was published in 1987 and since then she has gone on to have 25 …

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