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Before I Let Go

The townspeople and their actions are so creepy and the story is so dark that I finished Before I Let Go with a sigh of relief and thankful to be able to put it behind me.


A Stranger in the House

A Stranger in the House relies a bit too much on the popularity of similar titles that have come before, in my opinion.


Fierce Kingdom: A Novel

All told, this is a super readable and dark story. Fair warning!


We'll Sleep When We're Old: A Novel

An interesting read about a life that fascinates many people. By those standards, it deserves a place on your bookshelf.


You Can Run: A Novel
Bookreporter : You Can Run (December 18, 2017)

A smart, literary, one-sit read that intrigues the reader at the beginning, thrills throughout, and ends in a manner that is by turns poignant and hopeful.


Best Day Ever

Best Day Ever is a great choice for doing just that.


The Ninth Grave

The complex and deftly woven together plot, however, is what really makes this novel shine.


Pen 33
Bookreporter : Pen 33 (December 09, 2017)

These are books, beginning with PEN 33, that everyone should read and consider, but note well: they are not for the faint-hearted.


Lie To Me: a gripping thriller with a shocking twist!

Woven in suspense, yet scented with the familiar, Lie to Me is a reminder that life can be hell, but sometimes we get second chances.


Wonder Valley
Bookreporter : Wonder Valley (November 17, 2017)

Wonder Valley is a powerfully written page-turner, full of interesting and complex characters.... Both dreamy and gritty, this is an intense and often sorrowful and totally fantastic novel.


Typhoon Fury

If you find that you are a little lightheaded by the end of TYPHOON FURY, it is due primarily to the realization that you may have been holding your breath through most of the unbearable and terribly enjoyable suspense created by these top-notch authors.


The Quantum Spy: A Thriller
Bookreporter : The Quantum Spy (November 22, 2017)

The novel’s plot twists feel real, as though the author had uncovered these very stories while plying his journalistic trade.


Two Kinds of Truth

All the structural problems you’d expect from jamming two urgent but unrelated cases together: during much of the second half, Connelly (The Late Show, 2017, etc.) seems to be tying up increasingly low-impact loose ends. But a marvelous courtroom sequence will bring you cheering to your feet.


The Cuban Affair: A Novel

The Cuban Affair is a largely satisfying performance by a seasoned pro. Nelson DeMille blends a wide range of story elements and techniques with assurance and daring. And his prose marches to a compelling drumbeat.


Deep Freeze

As with most writers of long-running series, Sandford can get wordy and rely on too much backstory. And his attempts at humor sometimes fall flat. But his books are great for those nights when you want to curl up under a blanket. Or two. Or three.


Heather, the Totality

Heather, the Totality is horribly coercive; it is also an oblique diagnosis of the sickness at the heart of contemporary America, a nation bloated on liberal middle-class complacency and seething with the rage and paranoia of its neglected ones.


Heather, the Totality

Heather, The Totality doesn't break any new ground stylistically; instead, it chillingly reminds us of how unstable the ground is that we take for granted beneath our feet.


Heather, the Totality

Although it has none of Mad Men’s surface glamour, Heather, the Totality offers its readers a not dissimilar pleasure: that of an addictive, even thrilling, nihilism.