Genre: Thriller

Sep 18 2017
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Lies She Told by Cate Holahan

Lies She Told by Cate Holahan

Guest Post

Thanks for having me on the blog to share a bit about my third novel, Lies She Told.

My favorite line in Lies She Told comes in the first act. Liza Cole, my author protagonist, is explaining how she develops her stories. “I don’t invent my characters, I steal them from my surroundings. To be a writer is to be a life thief. Every day, I rob myself blind.”

I like the line because I think it tells a truth about most myself and most writers. We’re all observers and describers of real phenomenon, first. We abstract from what we see around us, read about in the newspaper, in other books, or on the Internet, and understand about …

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Aug 06 2017
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Shadow Girl by Gerry Schmitt

Shadow Girl by Gerry Schmitt

My Thoughts

Shadow Girl by Gerry Schmitt is the second Afton Tangler thriller. I have not yet read the first book in this series, but I was easily able to jump in and enjoy the story right away. It starts off with a bang (literally) and the suspense never lets up. I love stories that grip you right from the start and this thriller fits the bill.

Shadow Girl definitely has me hooked on this series, and I can’t wait to go back and read book one, Little Girl Gone. This book is perfect for anyone who enjoys an edge-of-your-seat thriller that keeps you flipping pages late into the night. Ms. Schmitt knocked it out of the …

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Apr 06 2017
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Eleven by Carolyn Arnold – Book Review

Eleven by Carolyn Arnold – Book Review

Eleven by Carolyn Arnold is the first installment in the Brandon Fisher FBI series. Brandon is a new agent, still in his probationary period, when his team is called in on a grisly discovery. As the agents delve deeper into the case, things get personal.

I liked the author’s writing style. If I’m reading and I have to stop, I always try to get to the end of a chapter before stopping. However, with Eleven, it felt like the end of each chapter was a tiny cliffhanger and I needed to keep reading on. The novel felt realistic to me. It reminded me of watching episodes of some of my favorite television shows. The characters felt well-developed, and there were lots …

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