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Most recent Suspense Book Reviews

Jury Master (The) Robert Dugoni

Reviewed by Andrea Sisco

David Sloane is at the top of his game professionally. He's a wrongful death attorney in San Francisco who can take a no-win case and turn it into a winner.

But David…

The Second Horseman Kyle Mills

Reviewed by Jeff Foster

When a professional thief is mysteriously allowed to walk away from one of the most secure federal prison in the United States, a reader should pull that second safety…

Lifeless Mark Billingham

Reviewed by Sarra Borne

Fans of the various BBC Mystery programs will find much to interest them in Billingham's series featuring Detective Inspector (DI) Tom Thorne and the other officers of…

Act of Treason Vince Flynn

Reviewed by Bob Pike, CSP, CPAE-Speakers Hall of Fame

Another close presidential election draws near. The Democrats are falling behind in the polls and running mates Alexander and Ross are…

Shadow Laws Jim Hansen

Reviewed by Andrea Sisco

Denver homicide detective Bryson Coventry returns (Night Laws) in Jim Michael Hansen's Shadow Laws. Art student Ashley Conner is missing and Coventry believes she's…

Drive James Sallis

Reviewed by Kaitlin RM Burkard

What does it take to make a man a murderer? Driver has been living a double life for years--to society, he's a professional stunt driver for the movie industry.…

The Teacher Robert Banfelder

Reviewed by Elysabeth Eldering

WARNINGS: 1) Don't start or read this psychological thriller at night; 2) if you ignore warning #1, sleep with your lights on; and 3) never ever let your…

Emerald Enigma CJ Westwick

Reviewed by Kim Reis

Bret Lamplighter is working as an investigator for an insurance company whose client has lost millions in emeralds when their courier was murdered. His job is simply to…

Deadly Dreams and Desires J Henning

Reviewed by Rowena Brew

I found this book an interesting read, with many twists and turns, and just the right mix of comedy and thriller to keep the reader entertained from start to…

Gone Lisa Gardner

Reviewed by Jackie Baumgarten

(Also available in audio, read by Anna Fields/Random House Group

Rainy has fallen off the wagon--and the face of the earth!

Rainy Pierce self destructs while…

Stripped Brian Freeman

Reviewed by Jeff Foster

In Brian Freeman's latest thriller, Stripped, we find Jonathan Stride in Las Vegas where he has followed the new love of his lif,e Serena Dial. After a few months…

The Killing Art Jonathan Santlofer

Reviewed by Kathy Perschmann

The author of Color Blind and The Death Artist has written another great thriller featuring cop-turned-art historian Kate McKinnon.

Kate is recovering from the…

The Wildfire Season Andrew Pyper

Reviewed by Liz Hughes

Andrew Pyper is the author of Lost Girls. His current title, The Wildfire Season, was chosen "Best Book of the Year" by three Canadian newspapers.

In trying to escape…

Dry Ice Stephen White

Reviewed by Andrea Sisco

Psychologist and author Steven White revisits Michael McClelland, the villain of his first novel, Privileged Information in his newest thriller, Dry Ice.

After fifteen…

Man In The Middle Brian Haig

Reviewed by Jeff Foster

Sean Drummond is back, with a new rank and a new assignment, however his cynical attitude remains the same.

At the scene of what readily appears to be the suicide of a…


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