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The Castaway Lounge

I savoured every page of this book, right up to the dark and deadpan finale.


The Girl in the Spider's Web

This whirlwind of nonstop action and intrigue is compulsively readable to the electrifying end.


Hostage Taker: A Novel
Kirkus Reviews : Hostage Taker (August 18, 2015)

Readers won’t be dazzled by the forgettable Rossi or her team of scalawags, but the galloping storyline and behind-the-scenes view of St. Patrick’s make this an addictive read.


Iron Wolf
Kirkus Reviews : Iron Wolf (August 26, 2015)

While linked to Brown’s previous novel, this fast-paced read has enough explanation to allay confusion as high-tension, all-out action-adventure flames across Eastern Europe.


No One Needs To Know

Readers would do well to suspend disbelief, overlook some of the more unbelievable aspects of the novel, and simply enjoy the dark and creepy tale of violence, secrets and revenge found here.


One Way or Another

This spine-tingling thriller will give us good reason to question whether or not those around us are exactly what they seem and make us wonder about the secrets those nearest and dearest to us may hold.


Alert

I am not entirely sure if there is such a thing as a 'charming' thriller. If so, the Michael Bennett series by James Patterson and Michael Ledwidge would certainly merit consideration for that classification.


Dragonfish: A Novel
Bookreporter : Dragonfish (August 21, 2015)

Please set aside whatever you might be reading now and pick up this dark, imaginative and haunting tale that will stay with you long beyond its final words.


Last Words
Bookreporter : Last Words (August 22, 2015)

one of Koryta’s most complex and possibly best books to date.... LAST WORDS will serve as the perfect thriller companion for this summer’s last gasp.


Dragonfish: A Novel

Dragonfish is most effective when it moves past the physical world.


In a Dark, Dark Wood

In a Dark, Dark Wood makes for an easy read, with some fun twists and turns. The kind of breezy fluff, in other words, that you might want to bring along were you to spend the weekend at a hen party.


The Fold: A Novel

It’s just a kick-ass story for those who like science and fantasy and the implausible come to life.


Armada: A Novel

More like a failed attempt to recapture the cleverness of Cline’s debut.


Armada: A Novel

Geek exoticism was just drying out when Ernest Cline’s first book, New York Times bestseller Ready Player One, was published in 2011, and it only feels more drained in his new absurdly similar epic, Armada.


Dragonfish: A Novel

A familiar noir trope — the missing woman — blooms darkly in “Dragonfish” as the story of a lost people, a theme that Tran renders exquisitely, rating the book a place on the top shelf of literary thrillers.


Dragonfish: A Novel

Tran’s novel is a refreshing and entertaining story. And in the end, that may be all it needs to be.


Swerve
Bookreporter : Swerve (July 10, 2015)

[I]t’s to Petterrson’s credit that the rather predictable aspects of the plot barely slow the book down as it races along just like the cars on the interstate.... a brisk page-turner that thriller fans will want to add to their summer beach read list.


Immunity

The novel feels effortlessly assembled. Its pacing is precise, its characterization vivid, its prose clear and unfussy.


Hostile Takeover: A John Lago Thriller

It’ll be a steep trip back to the top, and like anyone who’s ever ridden the corporate elevator, you don’t get to the penthouse without first starting in the basement.