Category: Thriller.

Book Review: You Can’t Catch Me by Catherine McKenzie

Book Review: You Can’t Catch Me by Catherine McKenzie

I love a good tale of revenge; there’s something deliciously sweet about people getting what’s coming to them. A few weeks ago my family was on a road trip, and we were waiting in our car in line for a ferry. Beside us, another car tried to zip past the...
Book Review: All The Lost Things by Michelle Sacks

Book Review: All The Lost Things by Michelle Sacks

Although it’s difficult to write in the voice of a child, I’ve had pretty good luck finding authors that do it well. This is why I had such high hopes for All The Lost Things by Michelle Sacks, a work of fiction about a Dad abducting his 7-year-old...
Book Review: The Whisper Network by Chandler Baker

Book Review: The Whisper Network by Chandler Baker

This is a deliciously naughty novel. Whisper Network by Chandler Baker is about a large sports agency with a robust legal team, and the office politics that go on inside its glass tower of prestige. I’d be lying if I said this book didn’t make me miss...
Book Review: Cutting Edge edited by Joyce Carol Oates

Book Review: Cutting Edge edited by Joyce Carol Oates

In 2018 an award called “The Staunch Book Prize” began, and it’s awarded to ” a novel in the thriller genre in which no woman is beaten, stalked, sexually exploited, raped or murdered.” Although there was lots of criticism surrounding it,...
Book Review: Hideaway by Nicole Lundrigan

Book Review: Hideaway by Nicole Lundrigan

If you read Nicole Lundrigan’s last book The Substitute, you’ll have a good idea of what you’re in for in her latest novel, Hideaway. Both books deal with traumatized children, neglectful parents, and big family secrets. These sound like heavy...
Book Review: Woman on the Edge by Samantha M. Bailey

Book Review: Woman on the Edge by Samantha M. Bailey

Are you the type of reader that’s affected by book hype? If an upcoming release is getting a lot of attention, does it make you want to read it even more? It’s ok to admit it affects you, that’s why they call it ‘buzz’, it’s so...