Tag: crime

THE DREAMKEEPERS: An Invictus Mystery Thriller by Antonio Zadra (Book REview #807)

The dreamkeepers is a mystery thriller about Dr. James Dillan. He is called to investigate a crime due to the death of a woman in the Italian Alps. As he researches, uncovers more clues, and ideas of how the crime happens, James plunges into… Continue Reading “THE DREAMKEEPERS: An Invictus Mystery Thriller by Antonio Zadra (Book REview #807)”

Fire on the Island by Timothy Jay Smith (Book Review #803)

Fire on the Island is a crime mystery drama set in Greece. It is the fourth published novel by the author, and it begins with an arsonist who burns a village down by blowing it up. Nick, a Gay FBI agent, comes in to… Continue Reading “Fire on the Island by Timothy Jay Smith (Book Review #803)”

The Tech by Mark Ravine (Book Review #788)

The tech is a crime mystery novel about Cassidy, who works for the FBI. She is trouble, stands her ground, and following orders is just not what Cassidy does.  She has a reputation. When Cassidy returns to Arizona, she finds herself in a predicament.… Continue Reading “The Tech by Mark Ravine (Book Review #788)”

Two Murders Too Many by Bluette Matthey (Book Review #813)

Two murders too many is a murder crime thriller story focusing on a chain of murders in Shannon’s town. Charlie Simmons, who has been newly appointed as a policeman, is in charge and investigates to determine what has happened.

Deadfall by Brian Lutterman (Book Review #760)

Deadfall is a mystery thriller. It is the fifth book of its series, and the story is about Pen. She is a thirty-seven-year-old attorney who has been through a lot. Pen is looking for a break, so when the FBI contacts her about an assignment,… Continue Reading “Deadfall by Brian Lutterman (Book Review #760)”

Personalized Murder by Jeff Holt (Book Review #633)

Personalized murder is a crime story about a man that kills based on their victim’s personal weaknesses. Two of the victims happen to be the Democratic President and his VP.

Trail of the Hana K’ilo by Channing Whitaker (Book Review #632)

Trail of the Hana K’ilo is a mystery crime story about Harlan, a professor who plans to go on a vacation with his girlfriend, however, changes it when a student gives him a letter, telling him that his colleague is missing.

10-30: A Riveting Crime Mystery by Michael Golvach (Book Review #613)

10-30: A Riveting Crime Mystery is a murder thriller story. Having read previous works from this author, I knew from the start that I was in for a beautiful story. Payden Becks has recently joined the police force. He works under an older, more… Continue Reading “10-30: A Riveting Crime Mystery by Michael Golvach (Book Review #613)”

Penny Dreadful by Teresa Tam-Morris (Book Review #570)

Penny Dreadful is a psychological thriller written about a social counselor called Jasmine. As a murder intrigues her sense of finding, troublesome scenarios begin to approach her. She investigates further and meets Penny. The story is set in Hong Kong and Jasmine comes from… Continue Reading “Penny Dreadful by Teresa Tam-Morris (Book Review #570)”