Category Archives: Thriller

Review – The Dragon Factory (Joe Ledger, Bk 2)

The Dragon Factory (Joe Ledger, Bk 2) by Jonathan Maberry I LOVED Patient Zero, I held onto this book for a while coveting that I had it to read, saving it for when I needed something that would knock my … Continue reading

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Review – The Naturals

The Naturals (The Naturals, Bk 1) by Jennifer Lynn Barnes purchased What fun!  A serial killer is on the loose and will only be caught if the teenagers currently being trained in a new, controversial FBI program get involved.  They … Continue reading

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Review – The Departed

The Departed (FBI Psychics, Bk 2) by Shiloh Walker, January 2012 Parnormal romance between psychics.  They look for missing children and deal with serial killers.  It is both tense and dramatic with the case as well as the falling in … Continue reading

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Review – The Missing

The Missing (FBI Psychics, Bk 1) by Shiloh Walker A paranormal thriller romance, not sure how else to describe it. Cullen and Taige (what kind of name is that?! do you know a Taige?) fell in love when they were … Continue reading

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Review – Deadline

Deadline (Newsflesh #2) by Mira Grant, Orbit Books, June 2011 Holy crap! The conspiracy isn’t dead and there is more news to hunt down! This was a great second book in a trilogy. I will admit it did take me … Continue reading

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Review – Patient Zero

Review originally published at Three Crow Press. Patient Zero (Joe Ledger, Bk 1) by Jonathan Maberry I seem to be on a major zombie kick lately.  It is fun, I haven’t read too many yet, but this book is more … Continue reading

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Review – Kill Alex Cross

Kill Alex Cross by James Patterson dusty gem from the TBR Summary – The President’s son and daughter are abducted, and Detective Alex Cross is one of the first on the scene. But someone very high up is using the … Continue reading

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