Category Archives: Crime, Mystery and Thrillers

Rocks Beat Paper: A Wilson Mystery – Mike Knowles

(Reviewed by JD Jung) “You think winning should make you feel like you want to go to Disneyland…That place is for quarterbacks who win games with rules and referees. That isn’t any kind of place for people like us. The … Continue reading

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Heels over Head Paperback – Clay G. Small

(Reviewed by JD Jung) “The Lindon brothers and their redneck friend had not only humiliated him in from of the whole damn school but had unleased his father’s scorn. Guy Jr. tightened his fists. No matter how long it took, … Continue reading

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The Painted Gun – Bradley Spinelli

(Reviewed by JD Jung) “I was in it now, there was no getting out. But since Ashley was painting creepy snapshots of my life, I guess I was always in it. The fact that I didn’t know what I was … Continue reading

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Neanderthal Man – Cay Gould

(Reviewed by JD Jung) “Among all the things she told herself about Adam Savent, imagined about him, she just never got so far as to confront what she knew and should have confessed to someone, anyone, her knowledge that Adam … Continue reading

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After You’re Dead: A Jake Roberts Novel, Book 5 – Cary Allen Stone

(Reviewed by Cathy Carey) “At exactly shift change, Richard stood in the doorway of his bedroom. It was the signal. The five other killers that shared the board understood the directions he had given them, and the consequences if they … Continue reading

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The Knowledge: A Too Close To True Novel – Steven Pressfield

(Reviewed by Don Jung) How does a struggling writer make it in the big city? The Knowledge: A Too Close To True Novel is part crime novel, part self-realization story taken from some real-life experiences of author, Steven Pressfield. It … Continue reading

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Beyond the Carousel – Bette Lee Crosby

(Reviewed by Ishita RC) A family tragedy that spans over twenty years, and a detective who believes that justice has a higher power than law and is determined to make things right. “Life is like a carousel; what goes around, … Continue reading

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The Girl from Rostov- Shitij Sharma

(Reviewed by JD Jung) “Everything adds up. Every second, every lie, every breath. In the end, it all catches up with you.” “Even if you have little to do with it. Family, for instance. “ That’s what young Maya had … Continue reading

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The Four Legendary Kingdoms – Matthew Reilly

(Reviewed by Ishita RC) Jack West Jr. is finally living the life of peace with his family when one urgent call later, he gets kidnapped and finds himself waking up in an underground cell to a masked intruder charging at … Continue reading

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One Good Man – Del Staecker

(Reviewed by JD Jung) “That voice and his love of music made him a legend—a true living legend.” Atlantic City’s whiskey-voiced radio DJ, “Jersey Shore Joe” had enough. Music and times were changing; it was time for this 1960s and … Continue reading

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