Tag Archives: Thriller

THE BALLOON MAN By Charlotte Armstrong

BE KIND I have always enjoyed Charlotte Armstrong ‘s books. I read as many as I could find in the 1970’s. The conditions concerning domestic abuse that were in play at that period are correct. In the minds of the … Continue reading

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DEATH OF THE SUNKEN TREASON By Kait Carson

Hayden Kent is an experienced and skillful deep seas diver. In this book, we join her in an adventure of finding treasure from a sunken vessel. Hayden’s friend, Dana finds her son’s body nearby on a beach and Hayden is … Continue reading

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LIES THAT BIND By Stella Cameron

This is fourth of this series and the second book by this author I have read. The first book was a great read and this book was the same. The characters are well developed and have become friends. I was … Continue reading

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WITH A VENGEANCE By Annette Dashoffy

Make sure you have plenty of time to read before starting this thriller as you won’t want to put it down. The action is on a fast track throughout the book. Zoe Chambers is still recovering from the fire at … Continue reading

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#DESPERATE MEASURES By Jo Bannister

PEACE The third book has Gabriel telling the Somalia privates that if they will release  Cathy and his son’s, he will kill himself on National TV. He sends agent to Somalia to receive his family. After they are released he … Continue reading

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#THE WEDDING GUEST  by Jonathan Kellerman

PEACE I have been reading this author for a long time and the 34th book did not disappoint it was a normal Alex and Milo book. Over the years, I have found that is less violence than at the beginning … Continue reading

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NIGHT MOVES By Jonathan Kellerman

My thanks to the Meridian Library book for my copy. It is always an entertaining thriller to read an Alex Delaware and Milo Sturgis story and this one did not disappoint. Alex is called to help Milo with a case. … Continue reading

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THE ADVICE COLUMN MURDERS by Leslie Nagel

The third book of the Oakwood mysteries does not disappoint and is the best so far. Charlie Carpenter has new neighbors in the rental unit, a Dr Paxton Sharpe and his family. The family does not intermix with neighbors until … Continue reading

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PROOF OF LIFE By J. A. Jance

It is always a pleasure to read one of J. A. Jance’s books. This one does not disappoint. J. P. Beaumont is bored with retirement. Mel solves this problem by agreeing to foster a dog in a domestic abuse situation … Continue reading

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SEEDS OF REVENGE by Wendy Tyson

The third book in the Greenhouse mystery series. It is winter time and Megan Sawyer is working to farm year around. A major snowstorm occurred while Megan was returning home from a trip to sale here greens to restaurants. She … Continue reading

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