In 1986, five young friends experience a grimly life altering summer, culminating in their discovery of a dismembered corpse. Thirty years later, the terrible events of that summer seem to be resurfacing. Continue reading
Ooh! This is a good one!
Vivian Miller is an analyst with the CIA, specializing in Russian affairs. For the last several years she has been focusing on identifying sleeper cells of Russian agents in the United States. It’s stressful work that often requires long hours. It can make juggling her home life with her husband and four young kids really difficult. Luckily, she’s married to Matt, the perfect husband and father. Or is he? (queue the dramatic music) Continue reading
Day after day, Dr. Anna Fox sits alone in her large house drinking too much wine, popping too many pills, binge watching old thrillers and spying on her neighbors. In this novel reminiscent of Rear Window, Anna is confined to her house by a PTSD- induced case of agoraphobia. She hasn’t been outside of her home in ten months. Continue reading
From the author of the Twilight series comes a highly entertaining thriller. But don’t worry – there’s not a single teenage vampire in sight. Continue reading
It’s 1947 and 19-year-old American Charlie St. Clair is in England, searching for her missing French cousin, Rose. Rose disappeared in Nazi-occupied France a few years earlier, so it’s possible she was a war casualty, but there aren’t any definitive records. Charlie wants to find her. She NEEDS to find her. Continue reading
“Gone for Good” is a well engineered thriller, full of unpredictable plot twists and surprises. Although sometimes dark and disturbing, it’s hard to put down because you’ll be anxious to see what storyline twists the author has cooked up next. Continue reading
If you’re in the market for a really good international espionage/thriller series, I strongly recommend Daniel Silva’s Gabriel Allon series. “The Defector” is book nine of this, to date, sixteen book series. It provided what I’ve come to appreciate about Daniel Silva’s writing – great characters, an intriguing plot, a frank depiction of the current world order, and a sympathetic account of the struggles of Israel and her people. Continue reading