Tag Archive: thriller

Jun 23

HERE AND GONE: THE BEST ROLLER COASTER RIDE YOU’LL READ THIS SUMMER

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Compelling, well written, fast moving, Here And Gone, written by Haylen Beck is so well done, I read it in one day. And night. Started reading when it got hot outside and read until the wee hours of the next morning. Haylen Beck knows exactly what he is doing. Here and Gone grabs you and …

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Nov 13

FIRST LIGHT: ONE OF THE BEST BOOKS EVER!

FIRST LIGHT BY BILL RANCIC–A story of love, hope and survival written beyond perfection!! As I started reading First Light, I figured this would be a meaningless bunch of hooey, often written by celebrities. NOT!! First Light was well written, involving, meaningful. In fact, I was so impressed and involved with Bill Rancic’s book writing …

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Jun 13

WARNING!! DO NOT READ HELL’S GATE LATE AT NIGHT! BEST SCARY-EVIL BOOK OF 2016!

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THE AWARD FOR BEST SCARY-EVIL BOOK OF 2016 GOES TO HELL’S GATE WRITTEN BY BILL SCHUTT AND J.R. FINCH— WARNING!! It’s sick and it wants to suck your soul out of your body!! Do not read hell’s gate late at night!! Based in WWII, an American scientist is sent to Brazil to discover exactly why, …

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Feb 22

White Plague: Bond-Like Thriller Without the Thrills!

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Review written by Momzinga, otherwise known as Kate Johns! A deadly illness, a warship on fire, a Marine/Medical doctor who has been called upon to save 107 still alive, (maybe) souls who may perish from an uncertain death. Could it be a mystery disease killing the people aboard the ship or is it the fire, …

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Feb 09

Unbecoming: An innocent Girl or a Nasty Black Widow Temptress?

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REVIEW WRITTEN BY KATE JOHNS OWNER OF THIS WEBSITE!! Unbecoming written by Rebecca Scherm is a tantalizing, terrifically written thriller. Scherm draws readers into her spiderweb of fascination right away. Oh and it doesn’t mean the spider is going to come along, spin you into the web, keep you there until you die, and then …

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Jan 29

HER: Is Sly as a Fox!

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Review written by Kate Johns If you are looking for a book about two women bonding, becoming best friends, and going on a wild ride of self discovery, HER is not that kind of book. Harriet Lane manages to write a book that is so compelling , you feel you have to read HER to …

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