Tag: fiction thriller

Memoir of a Doomsday Prophet By Randall DeVallance (Book Review #1041)

Memoir of a doomsday prophet is a suspense thriller about Edwin Block and his time in prison, reminiscing about the time and days that led his life to fall apart. He goes back to when he was still at college and how he failed… Continue Reading “Memoir of a Doomsday Prophet By Randall DeVallance (Book Review #1041)”

Cover your tracks by Daco S. Auffenorde (Book review #904)

Cover your tracks is a Psychological thriller about Margo Fletcher. She is eight months pregnant and traveling from Chicago to Spokane by train. The train brakes, and a massive avalanche plummets down the mountain. Margo listens to a former Army Ranger named Nick and… Continue Reading “Cover your tracks by Daco S. Auffenorde (Book review #904)”

The Blackbird’s Song by Katie Marshall (Book Review #898)

The blackbird’s song is a sad story about Brian, who turns into a destructive person and a murderer due to his abusive trauma experience after his mother’s death. His father, the abuser, affects this boy in such a way that he grows to have… Continue Reading “The Blackbird’s Song by Katie Marshall (Book Review #898)”

The Contest by Nora Katzir (Book Review #880)

The contest is a murder thriller story. Amy, Rachel, Jessica, and Lauri are four good friends. Each have good jobs, and their friendship is close. As dynamic as their personalities and characters are, Rachel seems to be one standing out. Her husband, John, is… Continue Reading “The Contest by Nora Katzir (Book Review #880)”

The Trapper by Ellie Douglas (Book Review #867)

The Trapper is a thriller written about Blake, and Kitty left for dead by their father fighting for their lives and survival. Left in the forest, there are traps, hunters, dangerous and cruel conditions where the kids have to gain courage and rely on… Continue Reading “The Trapper by Ellie Douglas (Book Review #867)”

The Ferret Tom Minder (Book Review #823)

  The Ferret is a suspense novel and is about a man who becomes a witness to a crime and goes into hiding from the Mormon mob. As an LDS elder, Louie Kimble is assigned as a construction foreman in Testimony Acres, a high-end… Continue Reading “The Ferret Tom Minder (Book Review #823)”

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.

Three King Mackerel and a Mahi Mahi by Kim Troike (Book Review #785)

Three king Mackerel and a Mahi Mahi is a fiction thriller story about Megan. She is divorced, living as a lifeguard and has three children. As chance happens, she meets James, who is a police officer working for the special forces. Things appear to… Continue Reading “Three King Mackerel and a Mahi Mahi by Kim Troike (Book Review #785)”

French Quarters by James Snyder (Book Review #618)

French Quarters is a story set in 1884. Detective Dawson is after solving a series of homicides that have his mind troubled right after his fiancé is murdered. Dawson is still recovering from the incident, and the emotions of it all do take on… Continue Reading “French Quarters by James Snyder (Book Review #618)”