Tag Archives: thriller

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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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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Friendly Fire- John Gilstrap

(Reviewed by Ishita RC) In a fit of rage and as an act of vengeance, Barista boy Ethan Falk stabs a customer to death. On his arrest, he tells an eleven year old implausible story of kidnap and molestation where … Continue reading

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Seconds to Live – Melinda Leigh

(Reviewed by Ishita RC) Everyone has a past to run from. Wildlife biologist Mac Barrett is no different from the norm. He returns from Brazil with a physical scare and a secret in heart and ends up in a car … Continue reading

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Sin Tax: A One Eyed Jack Novel (Volume 3) – Christopher J. Lynch

(Reviewed by JD Jung) “…Justitia, the symbol of equity in our society, her eyes covered, a broadsword in one hand and a set of scales in the other, stood by mutely while I took a posterior augering. That’s when it … Continue reading

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