Tag: thriller

Give Me Shelter by David B. Seaburn (Book Review #1455)

‘Give Me Shelter’ is a historical thriller set in 1962 when the Cuban missile crisis threatened the world. The story revolves around Willie, Denny and their grandfather. He takes care of the children after their parents die in an accident.

Bottled Lightning by L. M. Weeks (Book Review #1446)

‘Bottle Lightning’ is a legal thriller about Torn and Saya’s journey. Torn is a top technology lawyer who meets Saya, who has invented a way to solve climate change.

Alligator River by Jackson Banks (Book Review #1436)

‘Alligator River’ is a thriller suspense about Chief Ranger Brandon Maddox, who is hired to investigate the murder of Heather O’Neill. Her body is found by the River National Wildlife Refuge, and Jeremy’s fingerprints are there, but Maddox believes there is more at play,… Continue Reading “Alligator River by Jackson Banks (Book Review #1436)”

Pretty Short Stories – Unsettling by Stevan Serban (Book Review #1421)

‘Pretty Short Stories – Unsettling’ is a short story collection that consists of horror, paranormal stories and suspense. There is something for everyone in each story, providing different feelings for every page.

Neighborhood Watch by Kevin Patrick Kenealy (Book Review #1398)

Neighborhood Watch’ is a thriller fiction and begins in Ridgeport, Illinois, where Scott Casey has been living in a utopia that is run by specific rules that must be obeyed. Failure to do so would accumulate fines, and the people living there will lose… Continue Reading “Neighborhood Watch by Kevin Patrick Kenealy (Book Review #1398)”

The Junkyard Dick by Gillespie Lamb (Book Review #1396)

‘The Junkyard Dick’ is a Mystery romance story about Tak Sweedner following a request from his friend, Roque Zamarripa, to investigate a murder. Things don’t go as planned, and he ends up picking up more than he bargained for.

End Man by Alex Austin (Book Review #1395)

‘End Man’ is a metaphysical science fiction story filled with cyberpunk and many action-adventure scenes. The story begins with Raphael Lennon’s hunting down ‘possums’, that is, people who fake their deaths so they can disappear.

Brandy, Ballad of a Pirate Princess by Dan E. Hendrickson (Book Review #1378)

Brandy, Ballad of a Pirate Princess by Dan E. Hendrickson ‘Brandy, Ballad of a Pirate Princess,’ is a historical fiction about Brandy, raised by pirates. When Dom Lomoche kills Brady’s father and her mother’s secret is revealed, Brady has to lift the curse from the… Continue Reading “Brandy, Ballad of a Pirate Princess by Dan E. Hendrickson (Book Review #1378)”

Whispers of Innocence by Natasha Simmons (Book Review#1345)

‘Whispers of Innocence’ is a thriller story about Madeline and how her seven-month-old baby dies in the middle of the night. Abigail dies, and Madeline and her husband, Brian, discover bruises on her neck, making sure that it is not an accident.