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No Bad Deed
Bookreporter : No Bad Deed (March 01, 2020)

If you enjoy books that keep you on edge, wondering how things will work out, then No Bad Deed is perfect for you. There are twists, followed by more twists, and plenty of excitement and mystery.

A Beautiful Crime
Bookreporter : A Beautiful Crime (February 01, 2020)

The setting is marvelous. Venice isn’t just a scenic background for the action of A Beautiful Crime. Its capricious tides and twisty, deceptive geography seem to mirror the characters’ secrets and intrigues.

The Mother-in-Law

A mesmerizing domestic mystery.

Last Seen Alive

Last Seen Alive is a psychological thriller that explores budding friendship, the nature of love when it’s built on lies, and the way things like vengeance or the desire to escape a bad situation can drive people to do despicable things.

Whistle in the Dark

Whistle in the Dark is a compelling novel. Healey is a heck of a writer who gives us an excruciatingly honest inside look at the parental psyche... Jen’s voice is splendidly, convincingly (and not always likably) real.

Keep The Midnight Out

Keep the Midnight Out is well-written, atmospheric and often brooding. Alex Gray is definitely an author I will seek out again to appease my Ian Rankin fix for some terrific Scottish-based crime thrillers.

The Captives

Ingenious and riveting, this is a book that should not be missed by anyone interested in the way love affects us, the way the past haunts us, and the way we trick ourselves into believing in impossible futures.

Our Kind of Cruelty

Araminta Hall’s first book published in the US is quite well done, full of real-world twists and turns that take the reader up and around emotional cul-de-sacs.

Our Little Secret

No one really knows all of the answers until the final few sentences, which send the reader’s expectations and conclusions ping-ponging back and forth.


Overkill is what used to be called a 'ripping yarn,' one that you won’t be able to read fast enough.

The First Family

The First Family bristles with suspense and tension throughout. Daniel Palmer masterfully combines the best parts of political thriller, medical thriller and whodunit fiction to create an electrifying and frightening read.


Despite high praise in advance from Joyce Carol Oates, no less, this reader found the whole concoction too pat and almost entirely lacking in depth. Even Tangiers felt like a place of pro-forma exoticism.

The Plea
Bookreporter : The Plea (February 28, 2018)

There’s so much action in The Plea that it could fill six legal thrillers, which means you absolutely will not be able to put it down.

Best Friends Forever: A gripping psychological thriller that will have you hooked in 2018

Best Friends Forever is a super quick read that was the perfect thing for a lazy weekend hiding out from the cold.

All Systems Down
Kirkus Reviews : All Systems Down (February 08, 2018)

A tightly plotted tale with characters that could energize a planned series.

Wonder Valley

Pochoda’s novel is compelling. While it’s true that readers hoping for a linear plot may be sorely disappointed, those searching for brilliant characterization will be delighted.