Category: Thrillers

Showcase: Hunt for the Enemy by Rob Sinclair

Showcase: Hunt for the Enemy by Rob Sinclair

Today is the book release day for Rob Sinclair’s Hunt for the Enemy! I haven’t read this series yet, but I’ve heard good things about it and have it coming up next on my TBR list. If you like spy thrillers, give this one a try and let me know your thoughts!

The breathtaking and action-packed finale to the bestselling Enemy series. The Hunt is on. They’ve erased his past. Wiped out his very existence. But Carl Logan isn’t finished yet.

Posted February 11, 2016 by Kimberly in New Releases, Thriller Thursday, Thrillers / 0 Comments
Thriller Thursday: Coercion by Tim Tigner

Thriller Thursday: Coercion by Tim Tigner

The phone rings and the offer is made, leaving you only seconds to decide. Betray your country or your family will drop dead before your eyes.

KGB general Vasily Karpov is secretly restoring Russia’s superpower status by forcing elite Americans into traitorous acts of espionage and sabotage. Meanwhile his greatest coup targets Russia itself, where Karpov is conspiring to capture the Kremlin for himself.

Posted September 24, 2015 by Kimberly in Book Reviews, Reading, Thriller Thursday, Thrillers / 2 Comments
Thriller Thursday: The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins

Thriller Thursday: The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins

Did you read The Girl on the Train? What did you think about it? Please share your thoughts with me in the comments!

I usually read the entire book and then think about it for a few days before I sit down to write my review. I do this because sometimes the way I feel about a book changes after I’ve had a chance to process it as a whole. But as I’m reading The Girl on the Train, I have some pretty strong emotions from the beginning, so I wanted to see what happens to my review if I write down my thoughts along the way.

Review: Flesh and Blood by Patricia Cornwell

Review: Flesh and Blood by Patricia Cornwell

I’ve been a Kay Scarpetta fan since Postmortem was released in 1990 and jumped at the chance to review Flesh and Blood. Author Patricia Cornwell has always been a masterful storyteller who could keep me up all night to finish her books in one sitting and leave me too terrified to go to sleep when I did finally finish. I expected the same from F&B.

Posted August 26, 2015 by Kimberly in Book Reviews, Mystery, Reading, Suspense, Thrillers / 1 Comment
Showcase & Giveaway: Kissing Persuasive Lips by Dale Wiley

Showcase & Giveaway: Kissing Persuasive Lips by Dale Wiley

Keep reading for an excerpt and a giveaway!

Mick Lord had the world by the tail until his beautiful wife died. He was young, rich and handsome, a star in Hollywood and in the banking world. But when his wife was killed by a five-time loser driving drunk, everything changed. Mick is trying everything to tempt death, but nothing’s working. He’s even on an uncanny gambling streak that is just making him richer.

Posted July 14, 2015 by Kimberly in Contests/Giveaways, Reading, Thrillers / 1 Comment
Review & Giveaway: The Missing and the Dead by Stuart MacBride

Review & Giveaway: The Missing and the Dead by Stuart MacBride

Love mysteries and thrillers? Keep reading to the end for a chance to win your own copy of The Missing and the Dead by Stuart MacBride.

One mistake can cost you everything…

When you catch a twisted killer there should be a reward, right? What Acting Detective Inspector Logan McRae gets instead is a ‘development opportunity’ out in the depths of rural Aberdeenshire. Welcome to divisional policing – catching drug dealers, shoplifters, vandals and the odd escaped farm animal.

Then a little girl’s body washes up just outside the sleepy town of Banff, kicking off a massive manhunt…

Book Showcase & Giveaway: The Last Witness by Jerry Amernic

Book Showcase & Giveaway: The Last Witness by Jerry Amernic

The year is 2039, and Jack Fisher is the last living survivor of the Holocaust. Set in a world that is abysmally complacent about events of the last century, Jack is a 100-year-old man whose worst memories took place before he was 5. His story hearkens back to the Jewish ghetto of his birth and to Auschwitz where, as a little boy, he had to fend for himself to survive after losing his family. Jack becomes the central figure in a missing-person investigation when his granddaughter suddenly disappears. While assisting police, he finds himself in danger and must reach into the darkest corners of his memory to come out alive.