A YA Psychological Thriller For The Summer: Little Monsters By Kara Thomas

Kara Thomas is just 27 years old but has great experience in writing and her YA thrillers including the latest one, Little Monsters, are amazing reads for the summer time. Last year, we enjoyed her great suspense novel The Darkest Corners (see our review here), and we were not disappointed with her new work either.…

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A Nice Debut Mystery: “The Last Place You Look” By Kristen Lepionka

The Last Place You Look is not the first mystery venture by Kristen Lepionka. Her (short story) writing has been selected over the years for publications such as Shotgun Honey, and Black Elephant. But now with her new debut suspense novel, she has joined the crowd of mystery novelists. What caught our attention first about this…

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Great Historical Suspense: “The Amber Shadows” By Lucy Ribchester

The talented Scottish author Lucy Ribchester surprised us with her new historical suspense novel The Amber Shadows and we think many crime fiction and mystery book fans will feel the same. The book is a stunning mystery set during the dangerous days of World War II, and takes the readers inside Bletchley Park, where the female lead…

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A Look At “Mind Me, Milady” by Anne Rothman-Hicks and Kenneth Hicks

A Look At “Mind Me, Milady” by Anne Rothman-Hicks and Kenneth Hicks is an upcoming review piece by Richie Narvaez in the Summer 2017 print edition of Mystery Tribune.  In Mind Me, Milady, the new crime thriller by the writing team of Anne Rothman-Hicks and Kenneth Hicks, the antagonist is a serial killer dubbed the…

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C. J. Box Has Crafted An Amazing Serial Killer Tale In “Paradise Valley”

The new serial killer novel by C. J. Box titled “Paradise Valley” is one of those non-sense stories which can serve as an entertaining summer read and at the same time provide a deep enough plot for the sophisticated readers. At the center of this new book, we find a strong heroine named Cassie Dewell. For…

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A New And Notable Legal Thriller: A Minor Fall By Price Ainsworth

A Minor Fall, the debut work of Price Ainsworth, is a realistic legal thriller which will definitely excite readers looking for fresh and bold new legal authors. Ainsworth is a trial lawyer in Austin, Texas and his book is centered around the challenges and tragedies faced by a young lawyer. Davy Jessie is a young,…

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A Fine Historical Mystery: The Third Nero By Lindsey Davis

The New novel by Lindsey Davis titled “The Third Nero” is a certainly a great pick for readers who are looking for historical mysteries set in ancient worlds. The book is part of a two series, from which the first one is featuring Marcus Didius Falco, and started with The Silver Pigs. This book is part…

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“Unsub”, The Serial Killer Thriller By Meg Gardiner, Is Hard To Put Down

Unsub, the new serial killer novel by Meg Gardiner, will surely delight the fans of fast-paced thrillers. Gardiner’s plots are always nail-biting and her twists are more like cliffs that she takes you to the edge of and then at the last moment pulls you back. This novel which is the first in a series…

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New Tom Clancy Novel “Point Of Contact” By Mike Maden Is A Riveting Thriller

With a Ph.D. focusing on areas of conflict, and international relations and experience as a political expert, Mike Maden has developed a very compelling narrative in the new Tom Clancy novel “Point of Contact“. Although he is a new voice in the Tom Clancy universe, Maden is well-known and has been praised by genre luminaries…

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“Here And Gone” By Haylen Beck Is A Captivating Thriller

In his captivating new novel Here and Gone, Haylen Beck who also writes as Stuart Neville, invites readers to imagine a truly terrifying scenario and the lengths parents will go to protect their children. Haylen, as Stuart Neville, is an acclaimed Edgar Award-nominated author and his crime fiction has won the Los Angeles Times Book Prize…

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“The Bronx Kill” By Philip Cioffari Is A Refreshing Noir Novel

Award-winning novelist Philip Cioffari delivers a taut, tense, and atmospheric tale in his latest novel “The Bronx Kill.” This is a book which successfully fuses elements of mystery and literary fiction. In “The Bronx Kill”, Danny Baker returns home after a self-imposed exile and soon he finds himself face to face with what he’d run…

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