The Good Turn (Cormac Reilly #3) by Dervla McTiernan @DervlaMcTiernan #suspense #bookreview #bookblogger

Susanne’s Review: Dervla McTiernan does it again with another installment in this brilliant series! A Police Procedural involving Detective Cormac Reilly, and Garda Peter Fisher that delivers. Suspenseful, intriguing, and intense. When a young girl goes missing, Garda Peter Fisher investigates with the support of Detective Cormac Reilly.  Unfortunately for Peter Fischer, in doing so,Continue reading “The Good Turn (Cormac Reilly #3) by Dervla McTiernan @DervlaMcTiernan #suspense #bookreview #bookblogger”

The Coast to Coast Murders by James Patterson and J.D. Barker @littlebrown

Kaceey’s Review: My goodness! I cannot remember the last time it took me a month…that’s right an entire month to read a book! And a James Patterson one at that! I used to be able to fly through his books in a day. Perhaps it was the new pairing with J.D. Barker? Though I haveContinue reading “The Coast to Coast Murders by James Patterson and J.D. Barker @littlebrown”

The Wrong Family by Tarryn Fisher

Kaceey’s Review: Well, I certainly wasn’t expecting that! Juno is a former therapist, married with a family. Then she lost it all. Down on her luck, she finds the perfect solution by moving in with Winnie and her family.    Juno doesn’t take up much room and does her best to be as unobtrusive as possible.Continue reading “The Wrong Family by Tarryn Fisher”

City of Windows by Robert Pobi

Susanne’s Review: Dr. Lucas Page thought his days working for the FBI were over. Then his former partner is murdered in broad daylight, killed by a near impossible sniper shot. Now the FBI needs Dr. Page’s help pinpointing where it came from. Dr. Page, now a University Professor, left the FBI a decade ago afterContinue reading “City of Windows by Robert Pobi”

The Burning Girls by C. J. Tudor @cjtudor @randomhouse #mystery #bookreview

Susanne’s Review: Bewitching, Spooky, and Suspenseful! Jack Brooks is the new Vicar in Chapel Croft.  She and her daughter Flo are new in town. Unfortunately for them, Chapel Croft has a history, and the community itself isn’t exactly welcoming.  What is the town known for, you ask?  Exorcisms; Burning Girls; Martyrs; Missing Girls; and Murder.  Continue reading “The Burning Girls by C. J. Tudor @cjtudor @randomhouse #mystery #bookreview”

Every Last Secret by A.R. Torre

Kaceey’s Review: “I will have you Yes, I will have you I will find a way and I will have you” Obsession….relentless…flaming desire!  Oh my goodness! What a wickedly delicious read! A mind-blowing cast of characters that you will just love to hate!  Cat and William have the perfect marriage. Thirteen years and going strongContinue reading “Every Last Secret by A.R. Torre”

One Step Behind by Lauren North

*Kaceey’s Review: Jenna is an Emergency Room physician. Married with 2 children her life should be perfect. As is often the case it’s far from it. Her marriage strained to the limit. Oh yeah…and she has a stalker that authorities are so far unable to catch, making her life rather miserable. What are the chancesContinue reading “One Step Behind by Lauren North”

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 Silent Wife by Karin Slaughter

*Susanne’s Review Well Played Karin Slaughter, Well Played. Oops You did it againYou played with my heart.. My oh My.. what a wild, crazy, heart stopping, laugh out loud, tear-filled ride “The Silent Wife” turned out to be. Going in, I had no idea what to expect. What I got was Jeffrey. My Jeffrey. Jeffrey Tolliver.Continue reading “The Silent Wife by Karin Slaughter”

Confessions on the 7:45 by Lisa Unger

*Kaceey’s Review I’ve been a long time fan of Lisa Unger, I think I’ve read every book she has released. And I have to say this might be her best to date! Do you believe in coincidences? A chance meeting in a train. Selena sits down next to a stranger. Soon she finds herself tellingContinue reading “Confessions on the 7:45 by Lisa Unger”