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Mystery and Thrillers

There is a the Cozy Mystery Group, but I find that some books posted there do not fit in the Cozy section of mystery. This group is a place for anyone who loves to read a good mystery and/or thriller and/or action adventure book.

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Reviews wanted for Upcoming Crime Thriller

Hey Everyone,I will soon be releasing my 4th novel, a Crime Thriller called Opium Warfare. Before the books release I am looking to get a few reviews for it, preferably around 5 just to get things…Continue

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Seeking Reviews - Suspenseful Crime Thriller

Suspenseful Crime Thriller Available For Reviewhttp://amzn.to/1NqWokWIn the…Continue

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New Action Thriller For Review

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Bookpleasures.com Always In Need of New Reviewers

Bookpleasures.com is always in need of new book reviewers to join our prestigious community. If interested, please email me at bookpleasures@gmail.com with your bio and a sampling of your writing.…Continue

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Comment by Sage's Blog Tours on July 15, 2015 at 11:17am

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 Seeking Blog Tour Hosts / Book Reviewers for Thriller/Mystery

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Seeing Evil
By Jason Parent
Genre: Thriller, Mystery
Review copies available in
pdf, epub, mobi, 232 pages

Fate in plain sight.

Major Crimes Detective Samantha Reilly prefers to work alone—she’s seen as a maverick, and she still struggles privately with the death of her partner. The only person who ever sees her softer side is Michael Turcotte, a teenager she’s known since she rescued him eleven years ago from the aftermath of his parents’ murder-suicide.

In foster care since his parents’ death, Michael is a loner who tries to fly under the bullies’ radar, but a violent assault triggers a disturbing ability to view people’s dark futures. No one believes his first vision means anything, though—not even Sam Reilly. When reality mimics his prediction, however, Sam isn’t the only one to take notice. A strange girl named Tessa Masterson asks Michael about her future, and what he sees sends him back to Sam—is Tessa victim or perpetrator?

Tessa’s tangled secrets draw Michael and Sam inexorably into a deadly conflict. Sam relies on Michael, but his only advantage is the visions he never asked for. As they track a cold and calculating killer, one misstep could turn the hunters into prey.
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Comment by Chris Henderson on July 14, 2015 at 3:15pm

Glen Robinson is with a writer whose genres include middle grade, YA and Biblical based suspense novels. Not only does he write, he also teaches writing to college students and discusses the importance of editing. However, what I really found intriguing was his "Great Adventure Manifesto" or his belief system in why he writes. You can read the interview at TheWriteChris.BlogSpot.com

Comment by Mk - PopcornReads.com on July 14, 2015 at 11:58am

The Truth and Other Lies by Sascha Arango: Who Is Henry, Really?

If you’re a fan of creepy psychological thrillers, you’ll definitely want to read my review of The Truth and Other Lies by award-winning German screenwriter Sascah Arango at http://popcornreads.com/?p=8536.

Comment by Harvee Lau on July 13, 2015 at 2:17pm

BUM RAP; A THRILLER by Paul Levine, reviewed.


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Comment by Sage's Blog Tours on July 11, 2015 at 3:03pm

Seeking Blog Tour Hosts / Book Reviewers for Political Thriller/Mystery!

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Picture Time’s Alibi
By Husky Harlequin
Genre: Sci-Fi, political thriller, alternate history, mystery
Review copies available in PDF, 321 pages


Cancer.  Undetected, it relentlessly devours its host until there is nothing left. Andrew Acheson's grandfather has been searching for a cure since a rare blood born pathogen claimed the life of his beloved wife.

Family. If damaged, it can be the breeding ground for social disease. Greed infected the Acheson clan long ago.  David Acheson, the patriarch, has been missing for over a year and is presumed to be dead. Murdered? Kidnapped? The FBI has no leads. David's heirs can't wait to get their filthy fingers on his pharmaceutical empire.  

Discovery.  If misunderstood, it has the power to destroy.  Andrew desires the success and love that have painfully eluded him.  Without his grandfather's guidance, he may never find it.  Suddenly thrust into the center of a conflict with historic consequences, Andrew might be able to survive if he can overcome his flaws, both inherited and self-inflicted.  But first, he must find his grandfather and deal with David's most dangerous invention yet:  time travel.

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Comment by Chris Henderson on July 8, 2015 at 12:19pm

Liz Lipperman writes under two names. As Liz, she writes cozy mysteries. As Lizbeth she writes gritty, suspense thrillers. How she got started as a writer and what keeps her going, makes for an interesting read. Plus her quirky titles are a hoot. You can view the interview at TheWriteChris.blogspot.com


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Comment by Book Buzz on July 8, 2015 at 11:54am

Suspenseful Mystery For Review
http://amzn.to/1HOi2Mv

Head in the Box
By C.P. Kemabia
Publisher: Speedy Publishing
Published: January 2015
ISBN: 978-1681270272
ASIN: B00RW4YLIO
Pages: 216
Genre: Mystery, Thriller, Suspense

Charlie and her roommates along with their friends could have never imagined that, after the birthday party of the night before, their morning would take a twisted turn with a macabre discovery: a box containing the head of a stranger.

Because of their different personalities and also because of another unfortunate event, they can't decide on the right way to deal with it.

Their disagreement ultimately triggers heated arguments and unsuspected passions. And as the story unfolds, the strain of their situation will take their relationship with one another to the very edge.

Yet most shocking will be the answer to the main question that is on everyone's mind: who is the man whose head ended up in the box and... who brought the box into their apartment?

For review copies contact:

C.P. Kemabia
Email: christiankemabia@yahoo.fr
Website: http://www.cpkemabia.com
Twitter: https://twitter.com/CP_Kemabia
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/CP-Kemabia/815347735197514


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Comment by Book Buzz on July 8, 2015 at 11:13am

Crime Detective Thriller For Review
http://amzn.to/1D0SJ4i

The Heist
An Alexander Stone Thriller
By Ryan Pacheco
Publisher: Endurance Press
Published: July 2015
ISBN: 978-0996497510
ASIN: B010PPUHCA
Pages: 238
Genre: Crime, Detective, Thriller, Mystery, Suspense, Hard-Boiled

Detective Alexander Stone is about to find out that the border between Texas and Mexico isn’t as safe as he thought. Stone works in Waterloo, a mid-size town a stone’s throw from the border when he becomes entangled in a feud between a Mexican Cartel and fanatical Muslim terrorists.

The feud bleeds over the border with the outcome threatening to put all of America in danger.

Stone is in a brutal fight to clear his name, keep his family safe, and prevent a terrorist attack on America.

The Heist is the debut Alexander Stone thriller by author, Ryan Pacheco.

For review copies contact:

Ryan Pacheco
Email: ryanpachecoauthor@gmail.com
Website: http://www.ryanpachecoauthor.com
Twitter: https://twitter.com/RPachecoAuthor
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Ryan-Pacheco-Author/690589624288137



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Comment by Christine L on July 8, 2015 at 11:01am

Horror fan?  Here's a FREEBIE!

Its international and you can find the links on my blog HERE

It sounds deliciously creepy and its getting some rave reviews.

Comment by Mk - PopcornReads.com on July 8, 2015 at 10:56am

Cities and Thrones by Carrie Patel: Should Recoletta Be Saved?

Like dystopian and/or steampunk? How about a good mystery and/or political thriller? Find out why I recommend the Recoletta series in my review of Cities and Thrones by Carrie Patel at http://popcornreads.com/?p=8521.

 
 
 

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