Suspense Reviews

  • Book Review: Operation Navajo by Anita Dickason
    Title: Operation Navajo Author: Anita DickasonCategories: Suspense / Political Thriller / Crime Fiction Synopsis: “Whoever controls the flow of the money supply, irrespective of whether it’s fiat or gold…
  • Book Review: The Vanishing Type
    Find The Vanishing Type on Amazon or add it to your About The Vanishing Type: While January snow falls outside in Miracle Springs, North Carolina, Nora Pennington is encouraging…
  • Book Review: Deadly Business
    About Deadly Business Gripping Texas Escapist Thriller Spirals to a Riveting Conclusion! Following a tactical raid at an Oklahoma farm, a phone call sends U.S. Deputy Marshal Piper McKay…
  • Book Review: If She Wakes by Erik Therme – Bound 4 Escape
    Book Review: If She Wakes by Erik Therme. Bound 4 Escape: “This book is full of suspense. I had to find out what was going to happen, so I had to stay up late into the night to finish reading it.”
  • Book Review: Bones of the Redeemed
    Amy Booksy: “I had a hard time putting the book down. Ruby’s investigations lead her to some danger that often left me on the edge of my seat.”
  • The Counselor – A Book Review from Rockin’ Book Reviews
    Rockin’ Book Reviews: “When I began this mystery/crime drama, I was certain it was a quite “lame” story because, within the first few chapters, I knew who the “culprit” was… Or so I thought! The more I read the more unsure I became.”
  • Last Seen Alive – A Pick A Good Book Review
    Pick A Good Book: “After reading Last Seen Alive, I would guess that the entire series is well written.” Read The Full Review On The Mystery Review Crew.
  • Murder By Perfection: An Audio Book Review
    About the Book Book Title: Murder by Perfection by Lauren CarrSeries: Thorny Rose Mystery Series (Volume 3)Genre: Murder MysteryPublisher: Acorn Book ServicesRelease date: Aug 28, 2018Narrator: Mike AlgerLength: 8…
  • Book Review: These Silent Woods by Kimi Cunningham Grant
    A Book Review from Pick A Good Book: It feels impossible to convey how special this story is and how well developed the characters are who play their parts in it. But, hopefully, something in this review will touch you and cause you to give this book a try.