Not So Perfect Strangers by L.S. Stratton – tense domestic thriller
Not So Perfect Strangers is an intriguing, relatable, and tense domestic thriller with heavy themes and layers. I recommend this if you enjoy domestic thrillers.
Stone Cold Fox by Rachel Koller Croft – con artist thriller
Stone Cold Fox is a clever, thrilling, and wicked page-turning con artist thriller with an amazing cat-and-mouse chase that kept me on the edge till the end.
Spells for Forgetting by Adrienne Young needed Spell for Speed and Magic
Spells for Forgetting is dark, atmospheric, and mysterious thriller with touch of magical realism but it didn’t turn out as good as I expected. It sure needed spell for speed and magic. Synopsis…
Meat by Dane Cobain – horror thriller about factory farming
Meat is excellent, thrilling, thoughtprovoking and intense horror thriller about factory farming that gives closer look to reality of the industry. Synopsis Veterinarian Tom Copeland takes a job at a factory farm called…
Zero Day by S. Hussain Zaidi – thriller on cyberterrorism
Zero Day is an intriguing, fast paced, and plot driven thriller on cyberterrorism. If you're fan of the author's previous work I'm sure you would enjoy this.
February-March 2022 releases I added to TBR
Hello readers! At first, I thought I will include all the books I recently added to TBR but then list was too big for my liking! And listing all of them means to…
My Sweet Girl by Amanda Jayatissa // suspense thriller @BerkleyPub
I’m pleased to be part of blitz tour in celebration of debut release, My Sweet Girl- an intriguing, dark, atmospheric, and suspense thriller- partly author’s experiences of living in the US and being…
Fright Night by Maren Stoffels @PRHGlobal @GetUnderlined // YA thriller
Fright Night was enjoyable, fast paced and interesting YA thriller. This was tagged horror but I felt this was less horror and more psychological drama about friendship, revenge, and Munchausen by Proxy rep.…
The Good Sister by Sally Hepworth // psychological thriller with amazing family dynamic and drama.
Synopsis From the outside, everyone might think Fern and Rose are as close as twin sisters can be: Rose is the responsible one and Fern is the quirky one. But the sisters are…
The Matchmaker by Helene Fermont (Book Review) // mystery thriller that turned out okay for me
Perfect Lives Don’t Come Cheap. Marcia Bailey has it all: a passionate marriage to a rich and handsome man who is utterly devoted to her; fame and success as London’s premier matchmaker; a…