A Look At “Cops Lie!” By Leonard Love Matlick

Thomas Andes reviews “Cops Lie!“, the new novel by Leonard Love Matlick, for the Fall 2017 print edition of Mystery Tribune.  Though Americans have always distrusted authority, our collective faith in civic institutions might be at an all-time low. From police shootings of unarmed African-American teenagers to the fact a man who has boasted of…

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“The Man in the Crooked Hat” By Harry Dolan Is An Electrifying Thriller

“The Man in the Crooked Hat” is a new electrifying thriller by one of our favorite authors Harry Dolan (see our interview with the author here). We have previously reviewed and loved The Last Dead Girl (see here) and with this new work yet again Dolan demonstrates he deserves to be a nationally bestselling author.…

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Notable Thriller Debut: The Shepherd’s Calculus by C.S. Farrelly

Thomas Andes reviews the new debut novel by C.S. Farrelly titled “The Shepherd’s Calculus” in the upcoming fall issue of Mystery Tribune.  As exemplified by Graham Greene in such novels as The Power and the Glory and The Comedians, the Catholic political thriller has the unique ability to ask pressing moral questions while probing matters…

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Must Read Norwegian Crime Fiction: Ordeal By Jorn Lier Horst

One of the most exciting Scandinavian crime fictions we have read in 2017 is the newly translated novel by Jorn Lier Horst which is titled Ordeal. Horst who is an award-winning Norwegian thriller writer and former Senior Investigating Officer for the Norwegian police force, has developed an excellent story-line with a superb lead character named Inspector…

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Séance Infernale Is An Impressive Debut Thriller By Jonathan Skariton

If you are a fan of Caleb Carr or Dan Brown, get ready for an exciting new voice named Jonathan Skariton who debut thriller Séance Infernale is as exciting as the novels of Brown or Carr. This novel is a fast-paced story of mystery, murder, and movies and starts in 2002 in the world of film.…

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Notable Thriller Debut: The Driver By Hart Hanson

The Driver may be the debut thriller novel of Hart Hanson but he is certainly no novice in writing. Besides working on many notable scripts and shows like Judging Amy and Joan of Arcadia, he has been creator, writer, and executive producer for Bones, the longest-running, scripted, hour-long series on the Fox Network, which will…

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A Notable Medical Thriller: Charlatans By Robin Cook

We could not wait to pick up the new novel by Robin Cook titled Charlatans for the following reasons: Although he writes popular fiction, he is a master in developing intense plots and he uses the language very well. In other words, the reader gets a high quality product. Robin Cook’s literary career began with…

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Top 10 Hot New Military Thrillers In The Market Right Now

Military thrillers are always in fashion, thanks to the large loyal base of readers who crave action stories and war-espionage plots. The new novel by Ben Coes titled Trap the Devil which is the seventh book in the Dewey Andreas series fits well within this category. In the new story, a group of some of the most…

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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 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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