Category Archives: Crime, Mystery and Thrillers

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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Sins And Lovers – Michael Benjamin

(Reviewed by JD Jung) “Everybody pretends to be a crusader and yet lines his own pocket. “ Yes, that seems to be the norm.  We see it everywhere, and it’s no exception with this particular Israeli mental hospital. Fraudulent activity flourishes between … Continue reading

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Ghosts – Chip Scarinzi

(Reviewed by Jennifer Wells) “You can’t run. From what you are.” Ghosts by Chip Scarinzi is a crime novel with a sci-fi twist in which we’re taken through the dream-like tale of Bennett Covington. This isn’t your average mystery. This … Continue reading

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Brutal – Uday Saypathy

(Reviewed by Ishita RC) A warning mail ends up in the junk box of a school teacher and seven days later, he goes on a killing spree, murdering eleven of his students. Two months later, he is gunned down in … Continue reading

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The Karachi Deception – Shatrujeet Nath

(Reviewed by Ishita RC) Three elite commandos of the India Army – Major Imtiaz Ahmed, Captain Shamsheer Suleiman and Lieutenant Rafiq Mehmood – are chosen for once in a lifetime one-of-a-kind mission: to enter Pakistan and eliminate the dreaded underworld … Continue reading

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Ashvamedha: The Game of Power – Aparna Singh

(Reviewed by Ishita RC) Ashwin Jamal is a charismatic youth icon with a fan following that is larger than all the politicians combined and he just became the youngest Prime Minister of India. Little does he know that for the … Continue reading

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Game of Anarchy: Race Against Time – Kenneth Jones

(Reviewed by Ishita RC) Rita has created a reputation as the Sting Queen solely based on her ability to expose corrupt politicians and their unsavoury schemes. Samar is a highly decorated officer in the Indian Army, who is disillusioned with … Continue reading

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Outside the Lines (Forensic Handwriting Series) (Volume 6) – Sheila Lowe

(Reviewed by Cathy Carey) Do you know that hand writing that is small linear with wide spaces between the words indicates someone who is more intellectually than emotionally oriented? A left slant like that of a slingshot drawn back as … Continue reading

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Pale Highway – Nicholas Conley

(Reviewed by Ishita RC) Gabriel Schist was the one who changed the face of medical history with his invention of the vaccine that cured AIDS. But now the same genius mind is languishing behind the walls of Bright New Day … Continue reading

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Quest for Kriya – Rahul Deokar

(Reviewed by JD Jung) Her aroma engulfed him, enticing him to stay. A few seconds seemed like an eternity, but still not enough. Strangers that they were, they stood lost in each other anyway, holding their longing gaze for some … Continue reading

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