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Breaking Silence by Linda Castillo - Amish Mystery Book Review - Hate

Who murdered three Amish family members in the small town of Painters Mill, Ohio? Is this the latest hate crime, magnified, in Coshocton and Holmes counties? Chief...

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Review - Diary: Alone on Earth

Review - Diary: Alone on Earth

It's normal to wonder what it would be like to be the last person on Earth. That is, until it actually happens.

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Action packed story that reads like you are there in person. Lieutenant Commander Andrew Carlson was a U.S. Navy Seal. He was as rough and tough as they come. He was part of a mission to be inserted

By: Cy Hilterman l Book Reviews > Mysteries Thrillers l Jul 06, 2012
Timothy Zaun

New York Times bestselling author, Linda Castillo, released "Gone Missing" on June 19. It's the fourth in a series featuring former Amish woman Kate Burkholder. Excommunicated from the church, fate

By: Timothy Zaun l Book Reviews > Mysteries Thrillers l Jun 29, 2012
Gina Sharpe

Only when I had read the whole book and then the slip cover did I realize that these books are collaboration between two men - their surnames being Jefferson and Bass. Not only a clever idea but a

By: Gina Sharpe l Book Reviews > Mysteries Thrillers l Jun 26, 2012
Gina Sharpe

This mystery begins with two victims, young women, who are found murdered in Oslo. They had drowned, in their own blood.

By: Gina Sharpe l Book Reviews > Mysteries Thrillers l Jun 26, 2012
Nancy Eaton

An Unmarked Grave gives the reader everything they could wish for in a book. You have a mystery that is difficult to solve, three-dimensional characters and a plot that will hold your interest

By: Nancy Eaton l Book Reviews > Mysteries Thrillers l Jun 12, 2012
Mary Harring-Duhart

A mystery-murder-suspense thriller taking place in a small town. Hold on as you read chapter upon chapters of great intense suspense.

By: Mary Harring-Duhart l Book Reviews > Mysteries Thrillers l Jun 08, 2012
Gina Sharpe

I am a huge fan of Lawrence Block's Bernie Rhodenbarr mysteries but had never read one of his Matthew Scudder books. I read Ian Rankin's books and follow him on Twitter and he highly recommended this

By: Gina Sharpe l Book Reviews > Mysteries Thrillers l Apr 19, 2012
Timothy Zaun

Amateur sleuth, Hannah Swensen is never far from comestibles and crime. As owner of The Coffee Pot, a fictional coffee and bakery shop in Lake Eden, Minnesota, Hannah finds herself investigating the

By: Timothy Zaun l Book Reviews > Mysteries Thrillers l Apr 11, 2012

A short book containing a fairly good story that takes place at an old gold mine in northwestern Nevada that had ceased any major production in 1942. There were a few seams of ore scattered

By: Cy Hilterman l Book Reviews > Mysteries Thrillers l Apr 11, 2012
Emma Jayne Lions

Red Mist is the nineteenth Kay Scarpetta Novel by Patricia Cornwell and picks up where Port Mortuary left off. Full of suspense and emotion, it will leave you hooked until the end.

By: Emma Jayne Lions l Book Reviews > Mysteries Thrillers l Apr 07, 2012
Gina Sharpe

I do so love a book that weaves history in with a fictional plot. Mr. Kerr is great at doing that. Bernie Gunther is the hero in these books. He was a police officer in Germany pre-World War II and

By: Gina Sharpe l Book Reviews > Mysteries Thrillers l Apr 07, 2012
Gina Sharpe

In the United States this department is called I.A. or Internal Affairs. The Complaints Department deals with the force and any suspicions against them. No one in the Police Force particularly likes

By: Gina Sharpe l Book Reviews > Mysteries Thrillers l Apr 07, 2012
Gina Sharpe

Ms. Beaton has hit another doozy on the head with this latest Hamish Macbeth mystery. Set again in sleepy Lochdubh in the Highlands in remote Scotland our fearless cop is faced with more unsavoury

By: Gina Sharpe l Book Reviews > Mysteries Thrillers l Apr 04, 2012
Gina Sharpe

Here finally is another Inspector Thomas Lynley novel. This one is over 600 pages though.

By: Gina Sharpe l Book Reviews > Mysteries Thrillers l Apr 04, 2012
C J Mackey

Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child became my favorite authors when I started reading Relic, a horror/thriller set at the American Museum of Natural History. Douglas Preston worked at the Museum as a

By: C J Mackey l Book Reviews > Mysteries Thrillers l Apr 01, 2012

In the world of hard-boiled detective fiction, the story is generally not so much about solving a mystery as it is setting things up for the hero to take on the bad guys and win, usually with bullets

By: Gary R. Sorkin l Book Reviews > Mysteries Thrillers l Mar 31, 2012
Alain Burrese

"The Detachment" by Barry Eisler brings back assassin John Rain and the former Marine sniper, Dox, from Eisler's first six popular novels and pairs them with the covert operator and hero of Eisler's

By: Alain Burrese l Book Reviews > Mysteries Thrillers l Feb 25, 2012

I have read most of Michael Palmer's books wondering how he could add more excitement and deeper involvement than in his preceding books. "Oath Of Office" is no exception as I thoroughly enjoyed the

By: Cy Hilterman l Book Reviews > Mysteries Thrillers l Feb 14, 2012
Nancy Eaton

The title of this book is very deceiving. This murder, at first, might seem like a very simple crime. As you start reading this book, you will be taken through many twists and turns. Just when you

By: Nancy Eaton l Book Reviews > Mysteries Thrillers l Feb 11, 2012

Imagine the uproar that would ensue if an assassin murdered five of the nine supreme Court justices while they are hearing a case, and then that a sixth, brandishing a pistol. is killed by the cops,

By: Douglas Cobb l Book Reviews > Mysteries Thrillers l Feb 11, 2012
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Timothy Zaun

New York Times bestselling author, Linda Castillo, released "Gone Missing" on June 19. It's the fourth in a series featuring former Amish woman Kate Burkholder. Excommunicated from the church, fate

By: Timothy Zaun l Book Reviews > Mysteries Thrillers l Jun 29, 2012 lViews: 95 lComments: 0

It's normal to wonder what it would be like to be the last person on Earth. That is, until it actually happens.

By: Paul Lappen l Book Reviews > Mysteries Thrillers l Jan 19, 2012 lViews: 77 lComments: 0

Action packed story that reads like you are there in person. Lieutenant Commander Andrew Carlson was a U.S. Navy Seal. He was as rough and tough as they come. He was part of a mission to be inserted

By: Cy Hilterman l Book Reviews > Mysteries Thrillers l Jul 06, 2012 lViews: 76 lComments: 0
Timothy Zaun

Amateur sleuth, Hannah Swensen is never far from comestibles and crime. As owner of The Coffee Pot, a fictional coffee and bakery shop in Lake Eden, Minnesota, Hannah finds herself investigating the

By: Timothy Zaun l Book Reviews > Mysteries Thrillers l Apr 11, 2012 lViews: 75 lComments: 0
Alain Burrese

"The Detachment" by Barry Eisler brings back assassin John Rain and the former Marine sniper, Dox, from Eisler's first six popular novels and pairs them with the covert operator and hero of Eisler's

By: Alain Burrese l Book Reviews > Mysteries Thrillers l Feb 25, 2012 lViews: 68 lComments: 0

I have read most of Michael Palmer's books wondering how he could add more excitement and deeper involvement than in his preceding books. "Oath Of Office" is no exception as I thoroughly enjoyed the

By: Cy Hilterman l Book Reviews > Mysteries Thrillers l Feb 14, 2012 lViews: 68 lComments: 0
Gina Sharpe

Here finally is another Inspector Thomas Lynley novel. This one is over 600 pages though.

By: Gina Sharpe l Book Reviews > Mysteries Thrillers l Apr 04, 2012 lViews: 65 lComments: 0
Lynai Lamason

I bought The Reunion by Sue Walker one fine, random day at Booksale without having any idea how good (or bad) it is and without any inkling who the author is except that it was only Php20.00 and its

By: Lynai Lamason l Book Reviews > Mysteries Thrillers l Jan 20, 2012 lViews: 63 lComments: 0

Author Theodore Jerome Cohen brings his NYPD Detective Louis Martelli back with his partner Sean O'Keeffe in his novel Lilith, Demon of the Night, as the duo sleuths solve a bizarre series of murders

By: Gary R. Sorkin l Book Reviews > Mysteries Thrillers l Jan 19, 2012 lViews: 60 lComments: 0

A short book containing a fairly good story that takes place at an old gold mine in northwestern Nevada that had ceased any major production in 1942. There were a few seams of ore scattered

By: Cy Hilterman l Book Reviews > Mysteries Thrillers l Apr 11, 2012 lViews: 59 lComments: 0
Nancy Eaton

The title of this book is very deceiving. This murder, at first, might seem like a very simple crime. As you start reading this book, you will be taken through many twists and turns. Just when you

By: Nancy Eaton l Book Reviews > Mysteries Thrillers l Feb 11, 2012 lViews: 58 lComments: 0

Nicholas Watson is a United States counter terrorism Agent, a position that places him in danger every day he is alive. This excellent book tells of Nicholas' adventures as he tries to stay alive, do

By: Cy Hilterman l Book Reviews > Mysteries Thrillers l Feb 08, 2012 lViews: 57 lComments: 0
Emma Jayne Lions

Red Mist is the nineteenth Kay Scarpetta Novel by Patricia Cornwell and picks up where Port Mortuary left off. Full of suspense and emotion, it will leave you hooked until the end.

By: Emma Jayne Lions l Book Reviews > Mysteries Thrillers l Apr 07, 2012 lViews: 54 lComments: 0
Timothy Zaun

Who murdered three Amish family members in the small town of Painters Mill, Ohio? Is this the latest hate crime, magnified, in Coshocton and Holmes counties? Chief of Police, and former Amish woman

By: Timothy Zaun l Book Reviews > Mysteries Thrillers l Jan 15, 2012 lViews: 52 lComments: 0
Gina Sharpe

This mystery begins with two victims, young women, who are found murdered in Oslo. They had drowned, in their own blood.

By: Gina Sharpe l Book Reviews > Mysteries Thrillers l Jun 26, 2012 lViews: 52 lComments: 0

Imagine the uproar that would ensue if an assassin murdered five of the nine supreme Court justices while they are hearing a case, and then that a sixth, brandishing a pistol. is killed by the cops,

By: Douglas Cobb l Book Reviews > Mysteries Thrillers l Feb 11, 2012 lViews: 51 lComments: 0
Gina Sharpe

I am a huge fan of Lawrence Block's Bernie Rhodenbarr mysteries but had never read one of his Matthew Scudder books. I read Ian Rankin's books and follow him on Twitter and he highly recommended this

By: Gina Sharpe l Book Reviews > Mysteries Thrillers l Apr 19, 2012 lViews: 51 lComments: 0

Mikael Blomkvist is a down-on-his-luck investigative journalist. Lisbeth Salander is a brilliant (if antisocial) punk-goth private investigator and computer hacker. The unlikely pair combine forces

By: Franjo Tarandek l Book Reviews > Mysteries Thrillers l Feb 02, 2012 lViews: 50 lComments: 0
Gina Sharpe

Only when I had read the whole book and then the slip cover did I realize that these books are collaboration between two men - their surnames being Jefferson and Bass. Not only a clever idea but a

By: Gina Sharpe l Book Reviews > Mysteries Thrillers l Jun 26, 2012 lViews: 50 lComments: 0
Nancy Eaton

An Unmarked Grave gives the reader everything they could wish for in a book. You have a mystery that is difficult to solve, three-dimensional characters and a plot that will hold your interest

By: Nancy Eaton l Book Reviews > Mysteries Thrillers l Jun 12, 2012 lViews: 49 lComments: 0
1 2|  
Alain Burrese

"The Detachment" by Barry Eisler brings back assassin John Rain and the former Marine sniper, Dox, from Eisler's first six popular novels and pairs them with the covert operator and hero of Eisler's

By: Alain Burrese l Book Reviews > Mysteries Thrillers l Feb 25, 2012 lViews: 68 lComments: 0

I have read most of Michael Palmer's books wondering how he could add more excitement and deeper involvement than in his preceding books. "Oath Of Office" is no exception as I thoroughly enjoyed the

By: Cy Hilterman l Book Reviews > Mysteries Thrillers l Feb 14, 2012 lViews: 68 lComments: 0
Nancy Eaton

The title of this book is very deceiving. This murder, at first, might seem like a very simple crime. As you start reading this book, you will be taken through many twists and turns. Just when you

By: Nancy Eaton l Book Reviews > Mysteries Thrillers l Feb 11, 2012 lViews: 58 lComments: 0

Imagine the uproar that would ensue if an assassin murdered five of the nine supreme Court justices while they are hearing a case, and then that a sixth, brandishing a pistol. is killed by the cops,

By: Douglas Cobb l Book Reviews > Mysteries Thrillers l Feb 11, 2012 lViews: 51 lComments: 0
Gina Sharpe

I just realized that I hadn't reviewed this after seeing it for another week in the top 10 of the New York Times best seller list. Oops.

By: Gina Sharpe l Book Reviews > Mysteries Thrillers l Feb 08, 2012 lViews: 44 lComments: 0

Nicholas Watson is a United States counter terrorism Agent, a position that places him in danger every day he is alive. This excellent book tells of Nicholas' adventures as he tries to stay alive, do

By: Cy Hilterman l Book Reviews > Mysteries Thrillers l Feb 08, 2012 lViews: 57 lComments: 0

Mikael Blomkvist is a down-on-his-luck investigative journalist. Lisbeth Salander is a brilliant (if antisocial) punk-goth private investigator and computer hacker. The unlikely pair combine forces

By: Franjo Tarandek l Book Reviews > Mysteries Thrillers l Feb 02, 2012 lViews: 50 lComments: 0
Lynai Lamason

I bought The Reunion by Sue Walker one fine, random day at Booksale without having any idea how good (or bad) it is and without any inkling who the author is except that it was only Php20.00 and its

By: Lynai Lamason l Book Reviews > Mysteries Thrillers l Jan 20, 2012 lViews: 63 lComments: 0

Author Theodore Jerome Cohen brings his NYPD Detective Louis Martelli back with his partner Sean O'Keeffe in his novel Lilith, Demon of the Night, as the duo sleuths solve a bizarre series of murders

By: Gary R. Sorkin l Book Reviews > Mysteries Thrillers l Jan 19, 2012 lViews: 60 lComments: 0

It's normal to wonder what it would be like to be the last person on Earth. That is, until it actually happens.

By: Paul Lappen l Book Reviews > Mysteries Thrillers l Jan 19, 2012 lViews: 77 lComments: 0
Timothy Zaun

Who murdered three Amish family members in the small town of Painters Mill, Ohio? Is this the latest hate crime, magnified, in Coshocton and Holmes counties? Chief of Police, and former Amish woman

By: Timothy Zaun l Book Reviews > Mysteries Thrillers l Jan 15, 2012 lViews: 52 lComments: 0
Gina Sharpe

I am a huge fan of Lawrence Block's Bernie Rhodenbarr mysteries but had never read one of his Matthew Scudder books. I read Ian Rankin's books and follow him on Twitter and he highly recommended this

By: Gina Sharpe l Book Reviews > Mysteries Thrillers l Apr 19, 2012 lViews: 51 lComments: 0
Timothy Zaun

Amateur sleuth, Hannah Swensen is never far from comestibles and crime. As owner of The Coffee Pot, a fictional coffee and bakery shop in Lake Eden, Minnesota, Hannah finds herself investigating the

By: Timothy Zaun l Book Reviews > Mysteries Thrillers l Apr 11, 2012 lViews: 75 lComments: 0
Chris I Phillips

Detective Benjamin Kramer's quest to find his long-forgotten Great-uncle Jonathan led him to a secretive attorney in Cincinnati, an esoteric monastic lover, a professional dominatrix, and a murdered

By: Chris I Phillips l Book Reviews > Mysteries Thrillers l Jan 07, 2012 lViews: 40 lComments: 0
Emma Jayne Lions

Red Mist is the nineteenth Kay Scarpetta Novel by Patricia Cornwell and picks up where Port Mortuary left off. Full of suspense and emotion, it will leave you hooked until the end.

By: Emma Jayne Lions l Book Reviews > Mysteries Thrillers l Apr 07, 2012 lViews: 54 lComments: 0

A short book containing a fairly good story that takes place at an old gold mine in northwestern Nevada that had ceased any major production in 1942. There were a few seams of ore scattered

By: Cy Hilterman l Book Reviews > Mysteries Thrillers l Apr 11, 2012 lViews: 59 lComments: 0
Gina Sharpe

I do so love a book that weaves history in with a fictional plot. Mr. Kerr is great at doing that. Bernie Gunther is the hero in these books. He was a police officer in Germany pre-World War II and

By: Gina Sharpe l Book Reviews > Mysteries Thrillers l Apr 07, 2012 lViews: 42 lComments: 0
Gina Sharpe

In the United States this department is called I.A. or Internal Affairs. The Complaints Department deals with the force and any suspicions against them. No one in the Police Force particularly likes

By: Gina Sharpe l Book Reviews > Mysteries Thrillers l Apr 07, 2012 lViews: 41 lComments: 0
Gina Sharpe

Ms. Beaton has hit another doozy on the head with this latest Hamish Macbeth mystery. Set again in sleepy Lochdubh in the Highlands in remote Scotland our fearless cop is faced with more unsavoury

By: Gina Sharpe l Book Reviews > Mysteries Thrillers l Apr 04, 2012 lViews: 43 lComments: 0
C J Mackey

Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child became my favorite authors when I started reading Relic, a horror/thriller set at the American Museum of Natural History. Douglas Preston worked at the Museum as a

By: C J Mackey l Book Reviews > Mysteries Thrillers l Apr 01, 2012 lViews: 41 lComments: 0
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