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Lost Souls (New Orleans, #5)
did not like it
**spoiler alert** This book was absolutely RIDICULOUS! I can't believe I wasted my time with it. My problem was even though the entire book was absurd ...more
Jun 06, 2009
May 30, 2009
The Breakdown
really liked it
Started reading this on the beach and within 24 hours I was finished. It was a fast-paced thriller, which kept me turning the pages. While I figured o ...more
May 07, 2017
Apr 26, 2017
Night Film
it was amazing
Night Film is a dark, psychological thriller that quickly grabbed my attention, then slowly and seductively infiltrated my senses. It teased me with f ...more
Aug 24, 2013
Jul 20, 2013
Never Let You Go
it was amazing
I received and ARC of this book from #stmartinspress. The book goes on sale in March 2017. If you are a mystery/thriller fan, then you must add it to ...more
Jan 09, 2017
Sep 07, 2016
liked it
My rating: 3.5 stars
Jun 11, 2017
Jun 08, 2017
The Widow
liked it
My Rating: 3.5 stars
Aug 02, 2016
Jul 31, 2016
Top Secret Twenty-One (Stephanie Plum, #21)
it was amazing
#21 and still going strong! I so look forward to this series every summer. Stephanie Plum, Lula, Grandma Mazur, Morelli and last but not least, Ranger ...more
Jun 23, 2014
Jun 22, 2014
The Thirteenth Tale
it was amazing
A book lovers delight! I enjoyed this tale of gothic suspense surrounding a famous writer and a rare copy of one of her books. The reader is drawn int ...more
Jan 2007
Feb 03, 2009
The Brass Verdict (Harry Bosch, #14; Mickey Haller, #2; Harry Bosch Universe, #17)
it was amazing
I need to premise this review by saying I absolutely love Michael Connelly, especially his detective Harry Bosch series.

The Brass Verdict is the seco
Jan 02, 2009
Feb 03, 2009
The Physick Book of Deliverance Dane
really liked it
A dark tale, alternating between the past and present. Grad student, Connie Goodwin, stumbles upon a mystery surrounding Deliverance Dane, while clean ...more
Aug 10, 2009
Jun 09, 2009
The Angel's Game (The Cemetery of Forgotten Books, #2)
really liked it
This dark, twisted tale slowly seduced me, then took me on a roller coaster ride of peril, intrigue and romance until I was left gasping for breath an ...more
Nov 02, 2009
May 13, 2009
Behind Closed Doors
really liked it
Intense psychological thriller! I think I'll stay single a while longer ;)
Jun 18, 2016
Jun 17, 2016
Lie Down with the Devil (A Carlotta Carlyle Mystery #12)
it was amazing
P.I. and cabdriver, Carlotta Carlyle, is engaged to Sam Gianelli, who has questionable ties to organized crime. While Sam is out of the country to avo ...more
Mar 10, 2009
Mar 07, 2009
Jamaica Inn
it was amazing
I could feel the cold wind of the Moors whipping at my face, and the oppressive air of Jamaica Inn stifling my spirit. This gothic suspense kept me tu ...more
Jan 2010
Apr 26, 2009
The Scarecrow (Jack McEvoy, #2)
it was amazing
The Scarecrow was released on May 26th. I rushed out and bought it on Tuesday, devoured it on Wednesday and am depressed today (Thursday) because I ha ...more
May 27, 2009
May 12, 2009
The Alibi Man (Elena Estes, #2)
really liked it
Main character, Elena Estes, was first introduced in the novel Dark Horse and trouble is still finding her. Her complicated family history and trouble ...more
Mar 17, 2009
Mar 07, 2009
The Jefferson Key (Cotton Malone, #7)
liked it
My Rating: 3.5 stars

This is the seventh book in the Cotton Malone series and the first that I've read. I liked the thriller surrounding the fictional
Jan 22, 2012
Jan 19, 2012
The Wrong Side of Goodbye (Harry Bosch, #21; Harry Bosch Universe, #26)
it was amazing
Another solid installment in the world of Harry Bosch!
Jun 04, 2017
Sep 24, 2016
The Paradise Prophecy
liked it
Angels and demons (who are really fallen angels) are in a race against time for dominance. As their battle plays out on earth, a secret government age ...more
Jan 17, 2012
Jan 11, 2012
Interred with Their Bones (Kate Stanley, #1)
it was amazing
Kate Stanley, the heroine, is thrust into the middle of a 400 year old mystery, which involves finding a lost Shakespearean manuscript. The story is f ...more
Mar 03, 2009
Feb 22, 2009
Booked To Die (Cliff Janeway, #1)
liked it
This is the first in a series of mysteries about cliff Janeway, a cop turned bookseller. I saw this book mentioned in a list of "books about books." I ...more
Mar 29, 2009
Feb 24, 2009
No Good Deeds (Tess Monaghan, #9)
really liked it
I don't know how come it's taken me so long to discover Laura Lippman's, Tess Monaghan Mysteries. This is book #9 in a series of 10 thus far. Lippman ...more
Jul 07, 2009
Apr 28, 2009
The Associate
liked it
It's been a long time since I read a Grisham novel, and I was intrigued by this one because an alleged rape of a Duquesne University student at a frat ...more
Nov 27, 2010
Sep 29, 2010
The Fourth Bear (Nursery Crime, #2)
liked it
I thought this was a clever, tongue-in-cheek nursery rhyme mystery centered around "Persons of Dubious Reality." The Gingerbread man as a homicidal ma ...more
Sep 07, 2009
Sep 04, 2009
The Girl in the Green Raincoat (Tess Monaghan, #11)
really liked it
The Girl in the Green Raincoat was a slight departure from the Tess Monaghan series in that this book was a novella. Despite its smaller size, I found ...more
Feb 04, 2012
Nov 09, 2010
I'd Know You Anywhere
really liked it
Lippman has written a provoking psychological mystery. Eliza Benedict is contacted by a voice from the past, which she has tried to leave behind. Walt ...more
Dec 08, 2010
Aug 08, 2010
The Reversal (Harry Bosch, #16; Mickey Haller, #4; Harry Bosch Universe, #19)
it was amazing
Harry Bosch is one of my all-time favorite fictional characters, and his half-brother, Mickey Haller, is earning a spot alongside of him. In his third ...more
Oct 23, 2010
Jun 11, 2010
Son of Stone (Stone Barrington, #21)
liked it
This book caused me to do quite a lot of eye rolling and talking out loud to myself while reading it. Some of the things that came out of my mouth: "O ...more
Dec 27, 2011
Oct 15, 2011
Two Little Girls in Blue
liked it
I like Higgins Clark's earlier work much more than what she's written over the last few years. It seems her plots are getting less believable and more ...more
Sep 16, 2009
Sep 12, 2009
Charley's Web
really liked it
I liked Charley's Web for the simple fact it was a mindless kind-of read for me. I've always enjoyed Fielding's mysteries and romantic suspenses, but ...more
Apr 21, 2009
Mar 25, 2009
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