Thriller Fiction

At the risk of starting this review with a well-worn cliché, believe me when I say that The Last Days of Jack Sparks by Jason Arnopp is the kind of book that you will definitely find hard to put down. Unless – like me – you get easily spooked, and try to banish the book… Read More

In the peace and quiet of her own home in Devon, Justine Merrison devotes all her time and energy to doing absolutely nothing at all. Having left a high paced life with a fabulous career as a TV executive in London, she determinedly pursues a state of “inactivity” in the cosy nest of mundane domesticity… Read More

Anna Wright is a thirty-something media executive who lives in the ultra-fashionable London district of Hampstead, drives a 4X4 BMW and owns a chocolate Labrador. She seems to have everything, but suddenly decides to dump her boyfriend of three years. Rebound is all about what happens next. The proverbial rebound. Anna takes an uncharacteristic, and… Read More

Deep in the jungle south of Bogotá, Colombia, Marshall Everett is an undercover special agent for the United States Drug Enforcement Agency. He poses as Pablo Echevarría, the steadfast assistant to Raúl, a notorious leader of a drug cartel, sometimes called El Lobo (“The Wolf”). Yet amidst danger and death, Marshall is surrounded by life… Read More

Bibi Blair, the heroine of Dean Koontz’s new novel Ashley Bell, is an optimist – someone who starts each day with the promise of new beginnings, and who doesn’t believe that fate is in charge of her life story. As an accomplished young writer, with a handsome fiancé who is a Navy SEAL and her… Read More

Inspired by real life events, Craved is a brutally candid look at making a living in the sex trade. Having been to hell and back, three sisters from Ukraine – Natalia, Lena and Julia – decide to retire from selling sex and walk the straight and narrow path back home. However, an old friend convinces… Read More

Jo Nesbo certainly knows how to put together a good thriller. His books also work very well as films; you may have seen or read Headhunters. This new book, Midnight Sun, would also make a brilliant movie, full of atmosphere and with the harsh landscape of Northern Norway playing a major role alongside the actors… Read More

What could be scarier than the prospect of losing your mind; of being told that you will forget your own history, your own immediate past and everyone in it, including yourself. You will forget what you had for lunch yesterday, the name of your friends, and you will forget whether the reason you are sitting… Read More

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