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Of Bread And Wine by Edward Izzi

Bristling with tension, gripping from the first page, this is conspiracy thriller done right. An intricately constructed plot and high action lift Izzi’s excellent latest action thriller, featuring Chicago-based criminal attorney Michael Prescott. Michael is in Rome, visiting his best…
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Book blurb: Lendercide by Allen Madding

Whose turn will it be next? In her work as a loan processor at Sunshine City Bank in Saint Petersburg, Colleen Smithwick has always found it hard to cope with the increasing pressures of work–suffering myopic and tyrannical loan officers…
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Crucible of Fear: A Thriller by D.W. Whitlock

A well-crafted novel that offers first-rate thrills and chills… Whitlock makes his foray in fiction with this impressive, nail-biting entry, a chilling tale of deadly secrets, revenge, and computer hacking. A series of shocking incidents are wreaking havoc in the…
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Falling Stars Over Belgrade by Jeffrey Kwitny

An addictive thriller full of suspense, secrets, and surprises… Set in 1989 in Yugoslavia, Kwitny’s engrossing thriller finds a struggling Hollywood director entangled in a sinister conspiracy. Struggling with a dwindling career and a deteriorating relationship, Stephen Krawczyk accepts a…
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Money Bags by Michael G. Browne

Full of madcap fun and nonstop action, this is a noir thriller done right… Set against the backdrop of sparkling Sydney Harbour, Browne’s wickedly good noir thriller is marked with crisp prose, witty dialogue, and expert plotting. The law has…
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Boulder Girl, Remember Me When the Moon Hangs Low by Cynthia L. Clark

A riveting tale of love and obsession… Unhinged obsession of a sinister psychopath takes center stage in Clark’s thoroughly gripping suspense thriller. After dissolution of her unhappy decade-long marriage, thirty-year-old Lana Ross, a magazine editor for Boulder Essence, is set…
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Homicide: Party of Twelve by Michael Bronte

An entertaining, tightly plotted tale that will keep readers eagerly turning the pages… Set in Jersey City, Bront’s engrossing thriller-cum-caper finds a New Jersey State Police Detective on the trail of dangerous criminals. Detective Matt Klimecki is called in to…
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The Trapped Daughter (A Dark and Twisted Psychological Thriller) by Jay Kerk

A page-turner… Almost nothing is as it initially seems in Kerk’s latest psychological thriller, a twisting tale of love and madness. Belle is a prisoner in her father’s house, forcefully drugged and kept on high doses of psychiatric medication, and…
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Ashes of the Living by John Cox

A roller-coaster ride… The twin specters of revenge and redemption drive this stunning debut by Cox which features Chicago PD Detective Tyler Morgan and his newly-appointed partner Annabelle Herrera. While Detective Tyler Morgan is on duty, his wife and young…
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Demented by Joe Clark

Intense, dark, and an absolute page-turner… As much social commentary as crime drama, Clark’s solid latest finds a rape victim trying to deal with her past trauma. Cindy Foster was gang raped fifteen years ago after her then-boyfriend, the handsome…