Genre: Thrillers

Book Review: The Perfect Chi..

Book Review: The Perfect Child by Lucinda Berry

Trigger Warnings: Child Abuse, Suspected Child Abuse, Animal Cruelty, Animal Death, Mental Illness, Mental Health Issues, Murder I’ve been working toward Amazon’s Kindle Epic Summer Challenge and one of the achievements was to complete an Amazon Original Story recommended by their editors. I’d heard about The Perfect Child on TikTok, so when I saw it […]

07/29/2022
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Book Review: Influencer Isla..

Book Review: Influencer Island by Kyle Rutkin

Trigger Warnings: Murder, Gore, Sexual Assault, Drugs The premise of this book had me wanting to read it and so when I was granted an eARC I was thrilled. However, the book simply didn’t live up to expectations. First, none of the characters are in any way memorable. The only things I really remember about […]

07/20/2022
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Chasing the Boogeyman by Ric..

Chasing the Boogeyman by Richard Chizmar

CW: Death, Suicide, Murder, Animal Cruelty, Animal Death (mention) This book y’all – let me tell you about Chasing the Boogeyman by Richard Chizmar. This book is suspense/crime/horror novel written in the style of a true crime book. But wait – there’s more! Mr. Chizmar not only wrote this book in the style of a […]

05/12/2021
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The Maidens by Alex Michaeli..

The Maidens by Alex Michaelides

CW: Animal death, death, blood, religion, drugging, drugs, alcohol, abuse, sexual abuse Alex Michaelides has done it again. He had the best-selling debut in 2019 with The Silent Patient and he’s got another winner with The Maidens.  I love a good mystery/thriller/suspense book. The less predictable the better. Trust me when I say that The […]

05/01/2021
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The Pvritan by Birgitte Mär..

The Pvritan by Birgitte Märgen

CW: The Pvritan contains violence, gore, murder, language, animal death, abuse, suicide, and religion The Pvritan Plot I thought The Pvritan’s plot was both unique and standard. Standard in the sense that it was a typical murder mystery with police detectives featuring as the main characters. Unique in that it used gruesome imagery for the […]

03/20/2021
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Prophet Reborn by Diane M. J..

Prophet Reborn by Diane M. Johnson

CW: Profanity, death, suicide, violence, religion, religious cult When I read Perfect Prophet last year, I kept hoping there would be a sequel. The book had left off perfectly for a sequel and while I had a feeling there would be one, I wasn’t positive. I was glad I was right. Prophet Reborn picks up a bit after Perfect […]

08/31/2020
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Some Laneys Died by Brooke S..

Some Laneys Died by Brooke Skipstone

CW: Violence, sexual assault, death, animal death, sexual situations, suicide If there is one thing I love, it’s a good mystery. And let me tell you, Some Laneys Died is a good mystery. But it’s not just a mystery. It’s a mystery with a science fiction1 twist to it. What makes this mystery unique is the addition of […]

08/28/2020
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Ninth House by Leigh Bardugo

Ninth House by Leigh Bardugo

Ninth House was one of my most anticipated releases for October. I like Leigh Bardugo’s writing style. And I admit, I was curious to see if she can actually write adult fiction as well as she writes Young Adult fiction. The answer to that question is, she does. I picked up Ninth House for the […]

11/06/2019
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The Silent Patient by Alex M..

The Silent Patient by Alex Michaelides

Holy Fricking Crap. That’s me putting this nicely. Why did I wait so long to read this book? Why did I not read it back when it first came out? Because seriously, I shouldn’t have. I really shouldn’t have. I’m going to start with a character assessment. Theo Faber: I truly liked him. He’s one […]

10/22/2019
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Witches Protection Program b..

Witches Protection Program by Michael Phillip Cash

It took me a long time to even start this book. I think I added it to my NetGalley queue in 2015, but I didn’t start it until the other day. I’m not sure why it took me so long, but it did. I have to say, Witches Protection Program isn’t a horrible book. It’s […]

07/28/2019
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Verity by Colleen Hoover

Verity by Colleen Hoover

I’m not a big fan of Colleen Hoover. Most of her books are just not my style. I’m not into the contemporary, YA/New Adult romance thing. But this book, self-published because it was such a departure from her normal books, was right up my alley. I’d seen a review on booktube for this book and […]

05/10/2019
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Perfect Prophet by Diane M. ..

Perfect Prophet by Diane M. Johnson

What do you do when you don’t believe in God but you find yourself possessed of an ability that can only be a gift from God? What happens when your father is also a religious zealot who literally wrote prophecies about you – prophecies that have a Satanic cult after you? That’s what Alec Lowell […]

03/08/2019
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The Rain by E. C. Fisher

The Rain by E. C. Fisher

I’ll admit, this book seems awfully familiar. Probably because the beginning seems like a slightly revamped version of Friday the 13th. And honestly, that’s what this book is. It’s a revamped version of Friday the 13th, where the real culprits are the ones who get theirs instead of innocent kids who happened to be reopening […]

03/05/2019
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Book Review: De’Fear b..

Book Review: De’Fear by M. J. Reese

I’m not sure what the author was actually going for, because if he was truly going for a psychological thriller, he missed the mark. There was nothing thrilling or scary about this book. At all. There might have been some psychological things going on, but not a whole lot. DE’FEAR is a collection of two […]

08/20/2018
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