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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Comment by BooksAhoy on June 18, 2014 at 4:17pm

Check out my review of Eden Forest by Aoife Marie Sheridan here. It is a really great read :)

Comment by Books and Things on June 18, 2014 at 3:38pm

Win a hard cover copy of "A Barricade in Hell" (Delia Martin #2) by Jaime Lee Moyer. Review on post as well. Really have enjoyed this series and can't wait for the next. Just click HERE or the pic to go to post. US only.

Comment by Mk - on June 18, 2014 at 9:35am

Dragon’s Triangle by Christine Kling: A High-Seas Action Adventure

Like kick-butt heroines living high-seas adventures? Find out if Dragon’s Triangle should be on your vacation read list at

Comment by Vicky Simon on June 11, 2014 at 4:37pm

I have just reviewed a great forensic thriller series - The Bug Man Series by Tim Downs at

Comment by Chris Henderson on June 10, 2014 at 8:32pm

I've posted a great (and lengthy) interview today about the ins & outs of book contracts, tips on promoting your books and getting your book rights back if your publisher goes bankrupt.

This is a must read for new authors and a good reminder for established authors.  Hope you'll Drop by for an informative read at

Comment by Mk - on June 10, 2014 at 10:35am

The Quick by Lauren Owen: A Supernatural Victorian Gothic Mystery

In Victorian England, a young man who’s recently moved to London suddenly disappears. Find out whether this literary work, with its journey into the macabre, should be on your TBR list at

Comment by Marta Tandori on June 6, 2014 at 2:05pm

It’s not TOO LITTLE, TOO LATE – Read the gripping page turner that spawned the Kate Stanton Mystery Series – still only 0.99!! 

If you thought the Vanger family in Stieg Larsson’s THE GIRL WITH THE DRAGON TATTOO was dysfunctional, you haven’t met the powerful Bauer family or their gutsy adversary, Kate Stanton, who’s determined to vindicate the deaths of her mother and sister and, in the process, uncovers some ugly family secrets dating back to the Second World War.  Below are a few of the reviews for TOO LITTLE, TOO LATE:  

 “Wonderful book!!! I wish I could give it a ten rating. What an exciting story. I couldn't put it down. And since I have already read the second book, I know how all the characters finally end up. I would recommend, however, that reading this book first would be much better.” – Amazon

 “Oh my GOD. Right from the first few chapters, this book nauseated me, horrified me, filled my head with graphic images that I'm sure I won't be able to erase for a few months, and made me want to throw my Kindle every time a new plot twist clicked in my head, which seemed to be every few pages. And yet, I couldn't bring myself to stop reading, I just had to keep going to see what happened next!” – Goodreads

See for yourself what everyone’s raving about and get your copy while it’s still on sale!

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Comment by Mk - on June 5, 2014 at 9:42am

The Red Hot Fix by T.E. Woods: Seattle’s Got Another Serial Killer

I loved T.E. Woods’ Seattle-based psychological thriller, The Fixer, and now we’re back for round two with The Red Hot Fix! Should you read this series? Find out at

Comment by Kelli Sue Landon on June 4, 2014 at 3:29pm

Looking for reviews for my new novel. Will send paperback or PDF digital format. if interested.

Stranded in Time

College student and art major Samantha Harper has been tracing her family tree for quite some time. Her mother, Rebecca, died when Sam was sixteen and she never talked much about her past. Samantha is thrilled to hear that she will be allowed to research her mother's past for a school assignment. Upon arriving in Rebecca's childhood neighborhood, Sam arranges to have a tour of her mother's grade school. She finds an area inside the school that had been damaged and at first, thinking a ghost was inhabiting the gymnasium, she accidentally crosses over into the year 1975; the year when her mother is in kindergarten. Fascinated and scared at the same time, Sam gets to witness her mother's childhood up front as she inadvertently gets involved in an old case of a young girl's accidental death. Little Josie Baker, a classmate of Sam's mother, died that year inside the school's gymnasium. But, was it an accident? After uncovering the dark secret surrounding Josie's death, Samantha wonders if she'll ever find her way back home where her father and best friend, Josh, have been waiting for her return. Will she return to the present or will she have to live the rest of her life in the past?

Comment by Books and Things on June 4, 2014 at 3:22pm

Win the Wide Open Trilogy by Debora Coates. It is a paranormal mystery that I really enjoyed! Goto Books and Things HERE or click on the pic below for the post! Good Luck! US/CAN only.


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