Category Archives: thriller

Review: Enemy in Blue by Derek Blass @DerekBlass

Categories: 5 butterflies, courtroom, crime, Derek Blass, RBR, review, thriller
 Enemy in Blueby Derek Blass;Editions: Paperback 334 pages, EbookPublished May 2011 by Rogue Books, LLCSource: review copyThe streets aren't safe when your enemy wears a blue uniform and a gold badge.What if the good guys weren't good?What if a cop went rogue and killed an innocent man?What if it was all caught on video and the cop would do anything to cover it up?- Goodreads blurbWhoA!! Ok so as I've said it a few times already, I'm a big fan of detective/police related books/shows, I eat up all those documentaries on cases, solved or not yet Read more [...]

Review: Sandman by Morgan Hannah MacDonald

Categories: 4 butterflies, adult, bewitching book tours, book tour, Morgan Hannah MacDonald, RBR, review, serial killer, some romance, thriller
    SANDMANby Morgan Hannah MacDonald;Editions: KindlePublished in 2012Source: review copyBeware the SANDMAN he’ll put you to sleep. . .forever.A serial killer on the loose, a woman being stalked, and a homicide detective who must find the connection between the two before she becomes his next victim.He collects women. He imprisons them, plays with them, tortures them. Until they bore him. Then he removes a souvenir. They call him the Sandman.Meagan McInnis is being plagued with late night calls, yet when she answers, no one is there. Then Read more [...]

Review: Murder on the Down Low by Pamela Samuels-Young

Categories: 3 butterflies, book tour, courtroom, mystery, Pamela Samuels Young, pump up your book, RBR, review, suspense, thriller
   Murder on the Down LowPamela Samuels-Young; Ebook, 406 pagesPublished September 1st 2008 by Goldman House PublishingSource: review copy from the authorA high-profile lawsuit erupts into chaos, revealing its place in a larger spree of violence in this scandalous tale of lust, lies, and vengeance. A brazen gunman is targeting prominent African American men on the streets of Los Angeles, and police are completely baffled. At the same time, savvy big-firm attorney Vernetta Henderson and her outrageous sidekick, Special, lead the charge for revenge Read more [...]

Review: The Pirates of Aden by Daniel Rasic

Categories: 4 butterflies, contemporary, Daniel Rasic, RBR, review, suspense, thriller
   The Pirates of AdenDaniel Rasic; Paperback, 464 pagesPublished 2011 by Wings EpressThe Pirates of Aden is the debut novel by Canadian author Daniel Rasic. Released in 2011, it follows Paul Alban, a physician and CIA covert operative working in Somalia. Following the hijacking of a cargo ship, an injured Somali pirate is brought to his clinic for treatment. However, when the hijacking is connected to Paul, his true identity is revealed and he becomes implicated in a dangerous web of terrorism.- GoodreadsThis book surprised me, I will admit. Read more [...]

Review: The Other Side of the Window by Chloe Bierge

Categories: 5 butterflies, Chloe Bierge, RBR, review, some romance, suspense, thriller
     The Other Side of the WindowChloe Bierge; Kindle Edition, Published May 27th 2011This powerful and dramatic story portrays the life of a young reporter whose life is overtaken by obsessive compulsive disorder and who, after failing conventional treatment, relentlessly pursues the connection between infection and mental illness.The Other Side of the Window follows Savannah Bloom, who has earned herself a name as a reliable reporter.But when her childhood sweetheart returns from Africa sick, Savannah becomes infected and begins drowning in 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 [...]
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