Historical · Mystery · Suspense

Weekend at Thrackley by Alan Melville

Another great mystery from the Golden Age of Crime. Jim Henderson hasn’t been the luckiest of man. Being unemployed for three years left him hanging only by his social position. When the mysterious Edwin Carson, a precious stone collector, summons Jim to his country house Thrackley for a weekend party, he knows he has nothing… Continue reading Weekend at Thrackley by Alan Melville

Horror · Suspense · Thriller

Psycho Analysis by V.R. Stone

This book was an absolute delight to read! For a debut novel, I most say I'm highly impressed. From the story line, the characters, the build-up and the ending, V.R. Stone revealed himself to be a great thriller writer. The story follows three main characters with a troubled past that haunts their present. Sarah, a strong… Continue reading Psycho Analysis by V.R. Stone

Mystery · Suspense · Thriller

Killman Creek (Stillhouse Lake #2) by Rachel Caine

I didn’t think the sequel to Still House could get any better as the first novel raised a high bar. I was wrong; I’m both glad and disturbed that it was better. This collection takes a dark turn in this novel and even though it’s cruel and agonising at times, it’s next to impossible to… Continue reading Killman Creek (Stillhouse Lake #2) by Rachel Caine

Mystery · Suspense · Thriller

Stillhouse Lake (Stillhouse Lake #1) by Rachel Caine

One of the best mystery thrillers I’ve read this year! I’m a fan of Caine’s work on the Great Library series and it was a pleasant surprise to read something so far from the fantasy world! Gina Royal had it all: the house, the husband and her two children, completely unaware of the deadly secrets… Continue reading Stillhouse Lake (Stillhouse Lake #1) by Rachel Caine

Fantasy · Mystery · Paranormal · Suspense

A Grave Calling (Bodies of Evidence #1) by Wendy Roberts

A brilliant novel! Thrilling, a bit creepy and very intriguing novel: a promising start for a new series! Julie Hall has had a tough life: abused by her grandmother in her childhood and cursed with the ability to find dead bodies with her dousing rods, she just wants to blend in and have a normal… Continue reading A Grave Calling (Bodies of Evidence #1) by Wendy Roberts

Action · Suspense · Thriller

Cut: A Medical Murder Mystery by Amy S. Peele

This was the first mystery novel I have read involved about medicine and organ transplants and I’m really glad I got to have this first experience with Cut by Amy Peele. This serves as a reminder that we should always try new things and new books! Sarah Golden is a renowned transplant nurse and her… Continue reading Cut: A Medical Murder Mystery by Amy S. Peele

Contemporary · Horror · Suspense · Thriller

Doll House by John Hunt

You know when people say that you should never judge a book by its cover? Well, this is definitely one of those cases! I must warn you right now that this book is brutal, very very graphic and definitely not for the faint of heart! I had to stop reading it and start with something… Continue reading Doll House by John Hunt

Mystery · Suspense

Deadly Alibi (DI Geraldine Steel #9) by Leigh Russell

This was my first time reading a book from Leigh Russell and consequently the thrilling adventures of Detective Inspector Geraldine Steel. I’ll definitely take a look at the previous novels though because this was one amazing and memorable read. Geraldine is going through hard times. When she finally had her feet on the ground, her… Continue reading Deadly Alibi (DI Geraldine Steel #9) by Leigh Russell

Horror · Mystery · Suspense · Thriller

Dolores Claiborne by Stephen King

My God, there aren’t enough words to describe this book. Written by Stephen King, this little gem made my emotions run high, and my heart slam against my rib-cage from so much suspense. The unique way this book is written really pulled me into the story. This is the story of Dolores Claiborne , a… Continue reading Dolores Claiborne by Stephen King

Historical · Mystery · Suspense

The Drumbeater by Clive Allan

Complex, thrilling, brilliant novel! I’ve had a few issues with putting thoughts and opinions on paper in a way that makes sense, so much to say! Welcome to Glendaig, a little town in the Scottish Highlands. A peaceful place until the remains of a person wearing a German watch are discovered in a beach nearby.… Continue reading The Drumbeater by Clive Allan