Category Archives: suspense

Batch Review: Monster Story, Half-Inch and The Tribe by McCarty Griffin

Categories: 4 butterflies, 5 butterflies, chick-lit noir, fantasy, horror, McCarty Griffin, RBR, review, suspense, ya
    Monster Story McCarthy Griffinebook, 315 pagesPublished November 4th 2010 by McCarty Griffin, via SmashwordsChristy McCauley has returned to West Virginia at last, but her homecoming quickly turns into a surreal nightmare. In the deep hollows and woods of rural Augusta County, something unspeakable is slaughtering people in the dark of night. Authorities don't know if its human or animal, or how to stop it. Christy and her friends only know they must hunt it and destroy it, before it kills again.- Goodreads on Monster storyYummy, yummy Read more [...]

Review: The Scar by Michael Weiner

Categories: 5 butterflies, crime, detective, Michael Weiner, RBR, review, suspense, thriller
  The Scar  Michael Weiner; Kindle EditionPublished October 27th 2010 by Vanguard PressAs a homicide detective, David Seff witnesses some of the most gruesome things life has to offer. He puts his life in danger everyday that he comes to work, visits perilous areas most people wouldn't step foot in, and deals with the scum of the earth. Catching criminals is what David Seff does best. This is why he was chosen to lead a task force to discover who shot and killed the well-respected Reverend Michael. At first the detective thought it was a random Read more [...]

Review: Joe is Online – by Chris Wimpress

Categories: 4 butterflies, Chris Wimpress, cyberterrorism, RBR, review, suspense, thriller
          Joe is OnlineChris Wimpress; Kindle Edition, Published March 8th 2011In 1997 a 13 year-old boy with no friends called Joe went online.He decided the offline world was too harsh be real. With the help of an internet psychic called Magda Magenta, Joe unleashes a series of co-ordinated attacks on the world, beginning online and spreading into the offline world. He develops an online cult populated by people who’ve also been let down badly by the real world.Nobody can trace their source until a quiet, shy professor in terrorism called Read more [...]
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