Category Archives: Thriller

REVIEW – All Is Not Forgotten by Wendy Walker

This is quite an unusual story, much of it written in first person and mainly from the therapist's point of view. This is not a pleasant read, and from the opening chapter, we experience the most horrific and savage rape of sixteen year old Jenny in the woods edging on to a party attended by…
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REVIEW – Symbiosis by Guy Portman

Reviewed by Nicole 4.5/5 It’s been a while since I stepped away from the Chick Lit’s and Dram a’s to read something out of the box and I am so glad Guy Portman’s Symbiosis came across our review table.  I admit it took a few chapters for me to feel completely invested in the story…
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REVIEW – Those We Fear by Victoria Griffith

Reviewed By Heather 4/5 I love mystery/suspense set in the UK. There's something about them that brings to mind Agatha Christie novels set in England; it always makes me feel nostalgic for her wonderful work. "Those We Fear" is set in Scotland. The main character, Maria is in the United States Witness Protection Program (the…
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REVIEW – Behind Closed Doors by B. A. Paris

Reviewed by Angela 5/5 This debut by B A Paris is a stunning psychological thriller at it's very best. It felt so simple and easy to read that I devoured it in great chunks. I feel that the simplicity comes from there being very few characters. Grace and Jack are at the fore the whole…
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REVIEW – The Life I Left Behind by Colette McBeth

Reviewed by Angela 5/5 This is one of those books that the enjoyment depends on what your feelings and beliefs are. Do you believe in the afterlife? Are you open minded enough to accept that there could be an afterlife even if you don't want to accept that there might be? If the answer is…
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REVIEW – Beneath The Surface by Heidi Perks

Reviewed by Heather 4/5 Seventeen year old Abi comes home from school one day and discovers her mother and two year old sisters are missing. They've apparently left without her and Abi, has no idea why.Fourteen years later, she still doesn't understand it. Over the course of the novel, through letters Abi writes to her…
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REVIEW – A Tale of Three Cities by Alexander McCabe

[easyazon_image add_to_cart="default" align="left" asin="0994044712" cloaking="default" height="160" localization="default" locale="US" nofollow="default" new_window="default" src="http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/41EN0xh6STL._SL160_.jpg" tag="setinonlbus-20" width="100"]After finally realising that they were meant for each other at the end of Greater Expectations, Z and Penny are living a blissfully happy life together. However, Penny has deep and dark secrets from her past and when they catch up with her,…
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REVIEW – Cold Deception by D.B. Tait

Reviewed by Angela 4/5 [easyazon_image add_to_cart="default" align="left" asin="B00T5NYU7W" cloaking="default" height="160" localization="default" locale="US" nofollow="default" new_window="default" src="http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/51KemGbPC2L._SL160_.jpg" tag="setinonlbus-20" width="120"] Julia is released from a ten year prison sentence for murder. She wants to get back to 'normal' life back in the Blue Mountains in Australia but even before she reaches home she has a bad encounter with her original arresting…
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