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Playing With Fire Book Review
When Julia Ansdell brings home an old music manuscript from Italy, her life changes. When the piece is played it has a mysterious effect on her daughter, Lily, and when she tries to find out the history, her life and her friends lives become endangered.
The Cruising Serial Killer Book Review
Forman Blocker has an innovative way of getting free cruises. A serial killer, he simply assumes cruise passenger's identity after killing them, steals their assets, and cruises the world. So far, nobody has been able to catch him. Will he make a mistake?
American Infidel Book Review
Everyone loves to read stories where corrupt politicians and terrorists are shut down and put in their places. Readers who can get past the profanity and ranting in this novel may be rewarded with just that.
The Dead Key Book Review
The Dead Key is an intriguing thriller that tells the story of two women working in the same building 20 years apart. Dark secrets from an earlier time are exposed, putting the characters in danger.
The Murderer's Daughter Book Review
Grace Blades' witnessed the murder-suicide of her parents, was shuttled from foster home to foster home, and finally becomes a psychologist. When a client from her past seeks her help and is murdered, she must delve into her past to stay alive.
Memory Man Book Review
Amos Decker cannot forget anything, and his discovery of his murdered family plays through his mind over and over. The crime is unsolved, and more related murders are imminent.
No Time to Lose Book Review
A Bank heist, the kidnapping of a bank vice president's wife, and a stolen priceless relic make for a good thriller. That is, however, if one can get through dozens of trite cliches, grammatical errors, unnecessary verbiage, and wordy boring sections reminiscent of a textbook.
The Kill Room Book Review
Lincoln Rhyme is back and investigating the assassination of an anti-American. The assassination was ordered by the US government, and may have been a mistake. Lincoln, Amelia, and others are in grave danger and may not live to star in an 11th novel.
X Book Review
X is the 24th novel in the popular Alphabet series by Sue Grafton. The previous novels are delightful, and X is no exception. This is a fun series and should be started at A.
The Girl on the Train Book Review
Everyone, it seems, is loving this unique, suspenseful read. Rachael rides the same train every day into town and back, and what she sees out the window causes her to get involved in a murder investigation were she unknowingly puts herself and others in grave danger.
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