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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“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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“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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“The Switch” By Joseph Finder Is A Page-Turning Thriller

In his new novel “The Switch“, New York Times bestselling author Joseph Finder explores some timely questions about privacy and national security. This is a fast-paced thriller and Finder at his best: The plot is very realistic and the story is just one mishap away from happening to a normal person. In “The Switch”, the…

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“Enemy of The Good” By Matthew Palmer Is A Satisfying International Thriller

“The Enemy of The Good” by acclaimed novelist Matthew Palmer, is a novel based on experience: Both as a writer and a U.S. government professional at the center of country’s International relations. Palmer has tapped his quarter century-long career working for the U.S. Foreign Service for a series of diplomatic thrillers that have been singled…

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Stockholm Delete By Jens Lapidus: A Thrilling Page-Turner

Stockholm Delete by Jens Lapidus is a different kind of Scandinavian crime fiction. Unlike many Scandinavian authors who excel at creating deeply layered characters, anti-heroes, and slow-burning plots, Lapidus mostly writes fast-paced and action-centered stories which are designed to entertain. His work is high quality however: His novels have received tremendous praise from various international media…

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Norwegian Thriller “The Fifth Element” Will Keep You Up At Night

The Norwegian crime fiction sensation, Jorgen Brekke, has returned this winter with The Fifth Element: This is deadly murder case which Police Inspector Odd Singsaker may have committed himself. (for more information on Jorgen Brekke, read our ultimate guide on the author here). One of the things we like about Brekke’s novels is that they…

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The Killing Bay: A Tense Faroe Islands Thriller By Chris Ould

The Killing Bay by Chris Ould is the second book in a new crime series set on the Faroe Islands. A fresh Scandinavian-flavored thriller by the British author, this novel is a particularly delightful read for readers who crave for stories similar to those of Henning Mankell and Elizabeth George. In this second book (First…

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Snatch Brings Gregory Mcdonald’s Distinct Style Back To Life

When alive, Gregory Mcdonald delighted mystery readers over and over with his Fletch series featuring the unforgettable journalist and ex-marine who was always caught up with something big. Besides Fletch novels, he penned 15 other works of mystery and non-fiction which were different in themes but similar in one aspect: His distinct writing style! Mcdonald’s books are…

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Alexandra Burt Crafts An Atmospheric Story In “The Good Daughter”

The Good Daughter by Alexandra Burt is the sort of the novel which stands out in a crowded field, combining pulse-quickening action sequences with deeply felt, acutely insightful ruminations on the psychology of her characters. Burt’s first novel, Remember Mia struck a chord with readers and reviewers alike when it came out last year: Oprah.com…

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