The Nowhere Man (Orphan X #2) by Gregg Hurwitz

Susanne’s Review: Desperate. Methodical. Powerful. The tables have turned and this time, it’s Evan Smoak (formerly known as Orphan X) who desperately needs help. Can I just say NO?! Please don’t hurt Evan, I love him! Held captive by a vicious man with unlimited resources and a need for money, Evan has to use everyContinue reading “The Nowhere Man (Orphan X #2) by Gregg Hurwitz”

The Minders by John Marrs

Kaceey’s Review: John Marrs pulled it off again. A fabulous out–of-the-box thriller certain to leave you speechless. Five random people…chosen by the government to become minders. Surely you ask… what is a minder? They are individuals willing to have an implant placed in their brains. Shouldn’t be a problem, right? After all, this innocent littleContinue reading “The Minders by John Marrs”

Orphan X by Gregg Hurwitz

*Kaceey’s Review: I know, I know! I’m late to the party reading this book!🙋🏻‍♀️ Silly me… I thought it was just another political thriller – my least favorite!🙄 But I was sooooo wrong! Gregg Hurwitz creates a recipe not only for an incredible lead character but for a franchise series just itching to be made into aContinue reading “Orphan X by Gregg Hurwitz”

Long Bright River by Liz Moore

Kaceey’s Review: Long Bright River has been sitting quietly and lonely on my shelf for well, let’s just say too long! Not sure why. Just never felt like the right time to read it. Once the audio version became available I knew it was the perfect opportunity to dive in and enjoy both the written andContinue reading “Long Bright River by Liz Moore”

Reasons why Everyone needs a little Evan Smoak (aka Orphan X) in their life.

Evan Smoak lives by a code. He believes in “Random Acts of Kindness” – specifically helping those in need before helping himself. He won’t stop until the job is done, regardless of what it costs him. As “The Nowhere Man” he’s a Myth. Truly Undercover. If you ever need lessons in how to go incognito,Continue reading “Reasons why Everyone needs a little Evan Smoak (aka Orphan X) in their life.”

Every Last Fear by Alex Finlay

*Kaceey’s Review: A brilliant debut! Matt Pine is an NYU student with a lovable and eclectic group of friends. Matt is going to need those friends. He’s just received tragic news… his entire family has been killed while vacationing in Mexico. Unfortunately, Matt is no stranger to bad luck in his life. His older brotherContinue reading “Every Last Fear by Alex Finlay”

Don’t Let Go by Harlan Coben

*Kaceey’s Review: One of my all-time favorite authors has done it again! An absolutely superb, stand-alone thriller to add to his (and my) collection. Nap is a police detective who has never fully recovered from the death of his twin brother Leo. Along with his girlfriend Diane, Leo died tragically when the couple were justContinue reading “Don’t Let Go by Harlan Coben”

Two of the Best Friends in Fiction: Myron Bolitar and “Win” Horne Lockwood III

You two have my heart, though I know I’m not alone in saying that. I do, however, believe with every fiber of my being that I am Harlan Coben’s #1 fan having begun reading his books in the ’90s. In this, I’m sure Kaceey would disagree, seeing as she would say that title belongs toContinue reading “Two of the Best Friends in Fiction: Myron Bolitar and “Win” Horne Lockwood III”

Home by Harlan Coben

*Kaceey’s Review: My favorite of the series so far. Actually, upon further reflection, this is my favorite Harlan Coben book, period! Myron and Win are two of my all-time, most entertaining book characters! Together again, their magic just sparkles! An outstanding book by one of my favorite authors. Ok enough gushing! (For now!) The plotContinue reading “Home by Harlan Coben”

Nothing to See Here by Kevin Wilson

*Susanne’s Review Endearing and Wholly Entertaining! “Nothing to See Here” is one wild novel that will capture your heart from the get go. Lillian is a gal who has always felt like she was an outcast. Unfortunately for her, life did not exactly turn out the way she imagined. The day her dear old friendContinue reading “Nothing to See Here by Kevin Wilson”