Category Archive: Thrillers

Review–Pop Goes the Weasel by M.J. Alridge (Helen Grace book #2)

Pop Goes the Weasel is the second of the DI Helen Rome series by M.J. Alridge. My review for the first book, Eeny Meeny, can be found here. Unfortunately, Alridge did not recapture… Continue reading

Review–Eeny Meeny by M.J. Alridge (Helen Grace Book #1)

This book was a great thriller with some interesting and exciting characters. Detective Helen Grace is a hard-edged female detective in a British town. She has an excellent track record and runs her… Continue reading

Review–Beside Myself by Ann Morgan

Beside Myself is Ann Morgan’s debut novel and it is quite brilliant. Helen and Ellie are 6-year-old identical twins who are, in fact, separable. Helen is assertive and, at times, quite cruel to… Continue reading

Review–No Other Darkness by Sarah Hilary

In No Other Darkness, the second in the DI Marnie Rome series, DI Rome must solve a truly bizarre case. The bodies of two children are found in an underground bunker, well-taken care… Continue reading

Mini Review–Awake by Natasha Preston

In this YA book, Scarlett is a normal teen aside from one small detail–she doesn’t remember anything prior to the age of 4. When a sweet, handsome guy starts at her school, she… Continue reading

Mini Review–An Evil Mind by Chris Carter

This is Chris Carter’s sixth book featuring Robert Hunter, ex-criminal behaviour psychologist and lead detective of the Ultra Violent Crime Unit of the LAPD, but the first that I have had the opportunity… Continue reading

Review–The Murderer’s Daughter by Jonathan Kellerman

Five stars–another hit out the park for Jonathan Kellerman with this standalone novel.

Quick Review–Evil Games by Angela Marsons

In Evil Games, Detective Inspector Kim Stone is pitted against Alexandra Thorne, a psychiatrist with some pretty messed up aspirations for her patients. Alex Thorne is a sociopath who wants to find the… Continue reading

Quick Review–Cold Moon by Alexandra Sokoloff

I have been lucky enough to have communication with Alexandra Sokoloff after I reviewed her book, Book of Shadows, on my blog. She sent me an e-version of the first book in this… Continue reading

Review #10: On/Off by Colleen McCullough

The most unique piece of this serial killer mystery-thriller is that it is set in 1965. This is a time before DNA forensic technology, before computers, and before cell phones. Detectives and crime… Continue reading