Don't forget this one — Mr. Nobody

Don’t forget this one — Mr. Nobody

This week's teaser is Mr. Nobody by Catherine Steadman. I've read a couple of this author's books the last few weeks, and they are very engaging. Great medical or psychological thrillers. ...
Fair Warning — It Could Happen

Fair Warning — It Could Happen

Fair Warning is book 3 of Michael Connelly's Jack McEvoy series. I don't think that I've read either of the previous two books, but there was enough backstory to understand the broad strokes of what had happened earlier in the series. ...
Trick or Treat! Get your Halloween Reads

Trick or Treat! Get your Halloween Reads

I have no idea what Halloween is going to bring this year. Everyone is already wearing masks and has spent most of the year scared of something. Whether your tastes are for sweet or scary reads, you should find something in this list that suits your tastes. ...
Mickey Haller Crosses the Aisle

Mickey Haller Crosses the Aisle

I just finished reading The Reversal, book #3 in the Lincoln Lawyer series by Michael Connelly. It's always great to slip back into a familiar series and see old friends like Mickey Haller and Detective Bosch. Mickey Haller, normally counsel for the defense, crosses the aisle in this case to act as an independent prosecutor against a child killer who was freed after twenty-four years due to DNA evidence. ...
Whisper Network speaks loud and clear

Whisper Network speaks loud and clear

I just finished reading Whisper Network by Chandler Baker. It is a Grisham-like legal suspense book about women in society, the workforce, and law in particular. If you are the type who does not like a book with an agenda, this one is not for you, because it is very clearly intended to address sexual abuse in the workplace and the means used to keep victim's complaints from ever seeing the light of day ...
John Puller is back, and this time, it's personal

John Puller is back, and this time, it’s personal

David Baldacci is one of my favourite suspense/thriller writers. I picked up The Forgotten, thinking that I hadn't read it before, but I have. But Baldacci's books are detailed enough to read again without getting bored, so I decided to reread it ...
James Patterson's The 17th Suspect—The Women's Murder Club does not disappoint

James Patterson’s The 17th Suspect—The Women’s Murder Club does not disappoint

I am currently reading James Patterson's The 17th Suspect (book #17 in The Women's Murder Club series). I have enjoyed a number of the other books in this series, though I couldn't tell you exactly how many. They are always a good read. Clever, familiar characters with heart, a mystery or trial, several unexpected twists and turns. ...
Excerpt from The Wrong Side of Goodbye

Excerpt from The Wrong Side of Goodbye

I am reading one of Michael Connelly's Bosch books this week, The Wrong Side of Goodbye. I haven't seen the TV Bosch, soI don't know how faithful he is to the book series, but the Harry Bosch books are a fun read. In this book, Bosch is trying to unwind a series of family secrets as a private investigator, while he is also on the trail of a serial rapist in his part-time police position ...
Excerpt from The Chain

Excerpt from The Chain

I am almost finished reading The Chain by Adrian McKinty. A fascinating read, lots of suspense and thrills! It is not just a kidnap thriller, there is so much more to it. ...
Excerpt from The Chemist

Excerpt from The Chemist

This isn't my first time reading The Chemist, by Stephanie Meyer, but I don't remember a lot of it from the first time, and I am enjoying it quite a bit. I didn't remember there were so many great tongue-in-cheek comments and dry humour. Alex is a great character and there is a lot of... chemistry... between her and Kevin ...
Excerpt from Unsolved

Excerpt from Unsolved

I am reading a new (to me) James Patterson, Unsolved. The great thing about James Patterson is there is always a new one out! Unsolved is the second in the Invisible series. Emmy Dockery is looking for a serial killer, but no one will even believe that the victims have been murdered. They think that she's gone off the rails. ...
Virtually Harmless audiobook available

Virtually Harmless audiobook available

I'm very excited to have my new audiobook out. It's been a long time since I had audio produced, but I have jumped back in with Virtually Harmless. Melissa Kay Benson was a dream to work with, and I really love her production of Virtually Harmless. Her voices are so close to the voices in my head, and she nails all of the sarcasm and humour, making me laugh at my own jokes. ...
Excerpt from An Anonymous Girl

Excerpt from An Anonymous Girl

The other book I am reading right now is Greer Hendricks's and Sarah Pekkanen's An Anonymous Girl. A psychological thriller, Jessica Ferris signs up to participate in a study on ethics and morality, which grows more and more involved and bizarre. Jess is encouraged to share all of her secrets, and she doesn't want to answer all of Dr. Shields' questions, but she needs the money for participating in the study. ...
Excerpt from Killing Floor

Excerpt from Killing Floor

Killing Floor is Lee Child's first Jack Reacher novel. I'm sure that I have read it before. A couple of points have "rung a bell," but otherwise it has been like reading it for the first time. ...
New Releases! Virtually Harmless and More

New Releases! Virtually Harmless and More

It's that day again! Time for a stack of new releases! Have you started reading the High-Tech Crime Solvers series yet? From USA Today Bestselling Author, P.D. Workman, comes a gripping techno-thriller ...
Excerpt from Dark Sacred Night

Excerpt from Dark Sacred Night

I am currently reading Dark Sacred Night by Michael Connelly. It is officially part of the Renee Ballard series, but also features Harry Bosch as well. While there are a number of negative reviews on Amazon, I have enjoyed it so far. Michael Connelly is a master writer, he knows how to build characters the reader cares about and he knows his police procedure ...
Announcing the High-Tech Crime Solvers series

Announcing the High-Tech Crime Solvers series

Under the supervision of Uvi Poznansky, several of the authors who contributed to the Do No Harm medical thriller anthology banded together to write a new suspense series. The result is the High-Tech Crime Solvers series. Eight books of thrills, cutting-edge technology, and brilliant sleuths. ...
Virtually Harmless

Virtually Harmless

New Release!

Micah lived a quiet, comfortable life, her involvement in law enforcement limited to the composite pictures that she produced with her computer and colored pencils.

But everything is turned upside down when she involves herself in the case of an infant found abandoned in the Sweetgrass Hills.

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Excerpt from Shadow Tyrants

Excerpt from Shadow Tyrants

I am currently reading Shadow Tyrants by Clive Cussler. In case you didn't hear, Clive Cussler, recently passed away, so when I saw the book on my list, it seemed like an appropriate choice. Shadow Tyrants is book 13 in the Oregon Files series. I have read two or three others in the series. Lots of fun tech, adventure, and intrigue. ...
Excerpt from The Family Upstairs

Excerpt from The Family Upstairs

This week I am reading The Family Upstairs, a domestic thriller by Lisa Jewell. There are plenty of twists and turns and misdirection. Several people return to the house they lived in as children, before their escape following the deaths of the adults in the home. All but one know what happened. One needs to find out ...