book review, thriller

The Ghostly Groom by Helen Whistberry

Ace reporter, Jim Malhaven, is finally marrying his beloved Victoria, but the path of true love never did run smooth. He’s arrested right on the altar for the murder of Victoria’s first husband, which is strange as he’s been dead for over seven years! Is Jim going to be tried for the murder of a… Continue reading The Ghostly Groom by Helen Whistberry

book review, short story, thriller

Soaking in Strange Hours by Erik Hofstatter

Strange Noir is an apt description for this intriguing, lyrical story nugget. Tristan Grieves, a man whose alcoholism seems his best quality, meets a desperate woman who asks for his help. However, following the time honored tradition of noir, not all is as it seems. Hofstatter’s writing is crammed full of imagery. When it works,… Continue reading Soaking in Strange Hours by Erik Hofstatter

book review, science fiction, thriller

Bloodless by Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child

Following on directly from the end of Verses for the Dead, Special Agent A X L Pendergast, his ward Constance, and his FBI partner, Agent Coldmoon, are sent to Savannah to investigate a series of strange murders that suggest there’s a vampire on the loose in Georgia. I’ve been a fan of Preston and Child’s… Continue reading Bloodless by Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child

book review, horror, thriller

New Release: Whitesands by Johann Thorsson

The blog takeover continues! Today is launch day for Whitesands, so read on to find out more about the book, the author, and to read my review. About the book THE BREAKOUT SUPERNATURAL THRILLER FROM ICELANDIC WRITER JOHANN THORSSON Detective John Dark’s daughter has been missing for two years. In his frantic and unfruitful search… Continue reading New Release: Whitesands by Johann Thorsson

book tour, horror, thriller

Guest post: The Five Books That Made WHITESANDS Live and Breathe by Johann Thorsson

Skull Session by Daniel Hecht This is the book that got me writing. It implanted an idea for a novel in my head and after the idea formed it was like I had to write it to excorcise the idea. In Skull Session we meet a man who has Tourette’s. The drugs he takes to… Continue reading Guest post: The Five Books That Made WHITESANDS Live and Breathe by Johann Thorsson