Book Review: The Tech by Mark Ravine

Author: Mark RavineRelease Date: 3rd February 2020Genre: Crime, Thriller, Suspense, Mystery, FuturisticSeries:Format: E-book Pages: 463 Publisher: Dawn Hill Publications Ltd.Blurb: Alexandra has just taken charge of her new team, a motley crew of screw-ups at the Arizona Field Office, the latest in a series of forgettable assignments. With a history of rebelling against authority and blunt speaking, she vows to change her ways…

Book Review: Why She Lied by Julie Coons

Author: Julie Coons Release Date: 3rd March 2019 Genre: Psychological thriller, Dark Fiction, Crime, Adult, Suspense, Mystery Series:  Edition: E-book Pages: 183 Publisher: Self-Published Blurb: Will she have to lose her child to save her child? The day she tells her boyfriend she’s pregnant, is the same day he tells her he’s been accused of molestation. His trial…

Book Review: The Sicilian Woman’s Daughter by Linda Lo Scuro

Author: Linda Lo Scuro Release Date: 22nd October 2018 Genre: Crime, Mystery, Suspense Series:  Edition: Paperback Pages: 296 Publisher: Sparkling Books Blurb: Most victims of the mafia are the Sicilians themselves. The role of women both as perpetrators and victims has been grossly overlooked. Until now. As the daughter of Sicilian immigrants, in her teens Maria turns her…

Book Review: On The Devil’s Side Of Heaven by Roger Peppercorn

Author: Roger Peppercorn Release Date: 9th January 2018 Genre: Mystery, Crime, Thriller, Suspense Series: Edition: E-Book Pages: 583 Publisher: Wallace Publishing Blurb: With the drop of a judge’s gavel, Walt Walker has finally lost everything. The badge and gun he used to carry and the moral certainty of right and wrong, good and evil that used to…

Book Review: Caina by Joe Albanese

Author: Joe Albanese Release Date: 5th July 2018 Genre: Crime Comedy Series: Edition: e-book Pages: 124 Publisher: Mockingbird Lane Press Blurb: Twins tend to be closer than typical siblings. They often share a bond that is oftentimes unexplainable.* For some reason that bond didn't apply to Grant and Lee Tolan. Grant was always the responsible one.…

Book Review: The Prom Dress Killer by George A. Bernstein

Author: George A. Bernstein Release Date: 18th July 2017 Genre: Psychological Thriller, Suspense, Mystery, Crime, Detective Fiction Series: Detective Al Warner Suspense - #3 Edition: Paperback Pages: 336 Publisher: GnD Publishing LLC Blurb: A psychopathic killer lurks in Miami’s shadows, snatching and murdering young auburn-haired women. Strangely, they are killed without trauma and left clad in frilly…

Book Review: Memory Man by David Baldacci

Author: David Baldacci Release Date: 21st April 2015 Genre: Mystery, Crime-Thriller, Suspense Series: Amos Decker Edition: ebook (MOBI) Pages: 416 Publisher: Grand Central Publishing Blurb: Amos Decker's life changed forever--twice. The first time was on the gridiron. A big, towering athlete, he was the only person from his hometown of Burlington ever to go pro. But his career…

Book Review: A Burning In The Darkness by A.P. McGrath

Author: A P McGrath Release Date: 12th April 2017 Genre: Crime, Mystery, Romance, Spiritual Edition: E-book Pages: 253 Publisher: Troubador Rating: ★★★★ Blurb: A murder at one of the world’s busiest airports opens this simmering crime story where a good man’s loyalty is tested to its limits. Michael Kieh is a full time faith representative serving the needs of some of…

Book Review: Echoes Of Terror by Maris Soule

Author: Maris Soule Release Date: 22nd March 2017 Genre: Thriller, Suspense Edition: E-book Pages: 320 Publisher: Five Star Publishing Rating: ★★★★ Blurb: Katherine Ward is assigned the case, never expecting it to parallel her own kidnapping experience seventeen years before. In Skagway, Alaska, the usual crimes faced by the police department’s small force are DUIs and missing bikes. With the chief in…

Book Review: Losing Lauren by Alretha Thomas

Author: Alretha Thomas Release Date: 7th September 2016 Series: Detective Rachel Storme (Book #2) Genre: Crime, Mystery, Detective-Fiction, Thriller, Suspense. Edition: Paperback Pages: 358 Publisher: Diverse Arts Collective Rating: ★★★★★ Blurb: Alexandra Winifred has played a supporting role in her cousin’s life since they were children. When Lauren Water’s parents are killed in a plane crash, Alexandra becomes her protector, and together…

Book Review: Captcha Thief by Rosie Claverton

Agoraphobic hacker Amy Lane and her sidekick ex-con Jason Carr are caught in a tortuous and increasingly dangerous adventure as Amy seeks to help track an art thief and Jason seeks to impress the National Crime Agency investigator Frieda Haas sent to recover the missing painting – and its abductor.
As the evidence leads Amy and the police in circles, Jason finds himself taking more and more risks in his hunt for the thief. Nothing is as it seems. Are Amy and Jason merely playthings for a vicious murderer? Can they survive the game?

Book Review: Black-Eyed Susans by Julia Heaberlin

A girl's memory lost in a field of wildflowers.
A killer still spreading seeds.
At seventeen, Tessa became famous for being the only surviving victim of a vicious serial killer. Her testimony put him on death row.

Book Review: The Killing Forest by Sara Blaedel

Author: Sara Blaedel  Release Date: February 2, 2016 Series: Louise Rick Series Genre: Crime | Thriller | Mystery | Suspense Edition: Ebook (mobi) Pages: 320 Publisher: Grand Central Publishing Source: Publicist Buy it here: Amazon Rating: ★★★★ Blurb: Following an extended leave, Louise Rick returns to work at the Special Search Agency, an elite unit of the National Police Department. She's assigned a case…

Book Review: Dying To Tell by T.J. O’Conner (Gumshoe Ghost Mystery #3)

Detective Oliver Tucker never knew how perilous the past was until his wife, Angel, is nearly killed and the reclusive banker, William Mendelson, is found murdered in a hidden vault where ancient Egyptian relics and World War II secrets are stashed.
Now those relics are missing. The secrets are coming out. The dead are talking...

Book Review: Dead Eyed (DCI Michael Lambert #1)

Author: Matt Brolly  Release Date: September 3, 2015 Series: DCI Lambert Genre: Crime | Detective Fiction | Mystery | Suspense | Psychological Thriller | Adult Edition: E-Book (mobi) Pages: 315 Publisher: Carina UK Source: Publishing Push Buy it here: Amazon Rating: ★★★★☆ Blurb: DCI Michael Lambert thought he’d closed his last case… Yet when he’s passed a file detailing a particularly gruesome murder,…

Book Review: Head In The Box

      Author: C.P. Kemabia Release Date: January 4, 2014 Series: - Genre: Mystery | Crime Edition: Ebook (mobi) Pages: 141 Publisher: Speedy Publishing Source: NetGalley Goodreads Rating: 3/5 Blog Rating: 2.5/5 Buy it here: Amazon Blurb Charlie and her roommates along with their friends could have never imagined that, after the birthday party of the night before, their morning would take a twisted turn…

Book Review: The Secrets Of Lizzie Borden

    Author: Brandy Purdy Release Date: January 26, 2016 Series: - Genre: Historical Fiction  | Crime Fiction | Mystery Edition: Ebook (mobi) Pages: 384 Publisher: Kensington Source: NetGalley Goodreads Rating: 5/5 Blog Rating: 5/5 Buy it here: Amazon Blurb In her enthralling, richly imagined new novel, Brandy Purdy, author of The Ripper’s Wife, creates a compelling portrait of the real, complex woman behind an unthinkable…

Book Review: Cold Girl (West Coast Crime #1)

It’s too cold to go missing in northern B.C., as a mismatched team of investigators battle the clock while the disappearances add up.
Smart urbanite RCMP Constable Cal Dion isn't designed for snow, silence, and deep, dark woods. But that’s where he finds himself after a life-altering car crash: coping with brain damage and posted in the snowbound Hazeltons of northern B.C. But how can he find his footing in a new life when he can’t find his own keys?

Book Review: The Forgotten Girls (Louise Rick #7)

n a forest in Denmark, a ranger discovers the fresh corpse of an unidentified woman. A large scar on one side of her face should make the identification easy, but nobody has reported her missing. After four days, Louise Rick—the new commander of the Missing Persons Department—is still without answers. But when she releases a photo to the media, an older woman phones to say that she recognizes the woman as Lisemette, a child she once cared for in the state mental institution many years ago.

Book Review: Wayzata

Author: Ted Korsmo Release Date: 31st July, 2014 Series: None Genre: Mystery | Crime | Suspense | Relationships | Contemporary Fiction Edition: Kindle (mobi) Pages: 178 Publisher: Self-Published  Source: Author (Thanks Ted!) Buy it here: Amazon Blurb A detective. A millionaire. A millionaire's wife. A mistress. Hijinks and tragedy ensue. Set in the late 1930s in…

Book Review: Innocent Assassins

Genre: Mystery | Crime | YA | Contemporary Thriller | Action My Rating: 4 + 1/2 Read my review of Relative Evil at JC’s Book Haven. You can also read this review at Goodreads. Blurb There are three rules to staying an assassin at the corporation of Covert Operatives: (1) your parents must be deceased, (2) your contracts…