Tag Archives: suspense

Addict (The Cassie Tam Files Book 1) – Matt Doyle

(Reviewed by Jeyran Main) Addict is a science fiction story about Cassie Tam, the first book of the Cassie Tam Files. The setting of the story is in New Hopeland. Everything is in the future with things like tech shifters … Continue reading

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Killjoy – LeVar Ravel

(Reviewed by JD Jung) “Gwen felt as if her familiar world had vanished. What was she doing in the middle of this wilderness? Was she safe in these shadows? Had Charles been right to trust this violent man with her … 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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A Conversation with Quentin Canterel

( by JD Jung) As everyone knows, I read…a lot.  Also, most of you can tell from my selections that I enjoy the dark and bizarre. So when I find an author who writes  truly unique stories while still engaging my … 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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Someone Must Die – Sharon Potts

(Reviewed by Ishita RC) Aubrey Lynd has always lived her life in blessed ignorance, clinging to the illusion of a protective bubble wrap. And then, her nephew is kidnapped from the middle of a carnival while he was with his … Continue reading

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The Jolly Coroner: A Picaresque Novel- Quentin Canterel

(Reviewed by JD Jung) Finally, a novel that encompasses what I  enjoy most in a read… “If we can get the news stations interested, maybe we could find something that would lead to the closing down of a prostitution ring and … Continue reading

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Eden – Candice Fox

(Reviewed by JD Jung) “I’d let things slip since Martina died. Since I’d been shot and Eden had saved my life. It had locked me to her, silencing me forever on the true nature of her being, the nights she … Continue reading

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