Tag Archives: Murder

Book Review: Hope to Die by David Jackson

There was a hate in this killer. A thirst for obliteration rather than a mere desire to end a life… A brutal murder takes place in the grounds of a Liverpool cathedral. A killer is on the loose, driven by … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Crate: A Story of War, a Murder, and Justice by Deborah Vadas Levison

After surviving the horrors of the Holocaust – in ghettos, on death marches, and in concentration camps – a young couple seeks refuge in Canada. They settle into a new life, certain that the terrors of their past are behind … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Silent Patient by Alex Michaelides

Only she knows what happened. Only I can make her speak. I love him so totally, completely, sometimes it threatens to overwhelm me. Sometimes I think- No. I won’t write about that. ALICIA Alicia Berenson writes a diary as a … Continue reading

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Book Review: Ten Dead Comedians by Fred Van Lente

As the story opens, nine comedians of various acclaim are summoned to the island retreat of legendary Hollywood funnyman Dustin Walker. The group includes a former late-night TV host, a washed-up improv instructor, a ridiculously wealthy “blue collar” comic, and … Continue reading

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Book Review: Redemption Point by Candice Fox

In a dark roadside hovel called the Barking Fog Inn, the bodies of two young bartenders lie on a beer-sodden floor. Only the night-time animals in the surrounding forest were close enough to hear their screams. Crimson Lake’s resident private … Continue reading

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Book Review: Dangerous Crossing by Rachel Rhys

England, September 1939 Lily Shepherd boards a cruise liner for a new life in Australia and is plunged into a world of cocktails, jazz and glamorous friends. But as the sun beats down, poisonous secrets begin to surface. Suddenly Lily … Continue reading

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Book Review: Final Girls by Riley Sager

FIRST THERE WERE THREE The media calls them the Final Girls – Quincy, Sam, Lisa – the infamous group that no one wants to be part of. The sole survivors of three separate killing sprees, they are linked by their … Continue reading

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A Blog A Day: The Trophy Child by Paula Daly – Review

A doting mother or a pushy parent? Karen Bloom expects perfection. Her son, Ewan, has been something of a disappointment and she won’t be making the same mistake again with her beloved, talented child, Bronte. Bronte’s every waking hour will … Continue reading

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A Blog A Day: I Am Pilgrim by Terry Hayes – Review

Can you commit the perfect crime? Pilgrim is the codename for a man who doesn’t exist. The adopted son of a wealthy American family, he once headed up a secret espionage unit for US intelligence. Before he disappeared into anonymous … Continue reading

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A Blog A Day: A Land More Kind Than Home by Wiley Cash – Review

One Sunday nine-year-old Jess Hall watches in horror as his autistic brother is smothered during a healing service in the mountains of North Carolina. Wiley Cash uses this haunting image – inspired by a horrific true event – to spin … Continue reading

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