Tag Archives: suspense

Perspective

The Silent Patient by Alex Michaelides is a thrilling suspense novel which reinforced my belief that I’m very easily misled when it comes to discerning “who done it”! In this novel which we find a criminal psychotherapist in London named … Continue reading

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Side Show

When I agreed to review Savage Girl by Jean Zimmerman for Penguin Publishing, I mistakenly thought the author had written another book I was about to read.  Boy was I ever surprised when the book arrived and I realized my … Continue reading

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Hole in One

Power Fade by Keith Gockenbach is a fast-paced fictional thriller about a professional golf player who miraculously survives the crash of his friend’s small plane in the Florida swamps only to discover that his life may be in jeopardy.  To … Continue reading

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Plotting Revenge

The Burning Air by Erin Kelly took my breath away! This is a book full of twists and turns which took me completely by surprise!  This thriller is about an adolescent boy who lives alone with his agoraphobic/anorexic mother in suburban … Continue reading

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