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Review: “Sliver of Truth,” Lisa Unger

Pros: Continues Ridley’s story Cons: Too scattered and confusing; Breaks the fourth wall in odd places Rating: 3 out of 5 Lisa Unger’s Sliver of Truth (Ridley Jones) (also available in a set with three other novels: Four Thrillers by

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Review: “THEM Book Zero: Invasion”, M.D. Massey

Pros: Some interesting new twists Cons: Definitely need to know more! Rating: 3 out of 5 I don’t know why I’m so hooked on zombie fiction and post-apocalyptic fiction right now. I guess I’m going through a phase. As you

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Review: “The River Is Dark”, Joe Hart

Pros: Great plot Cons: Some stereotypes Rating: 3.5 out of 5 Joe Hart’s The River Is Dark (A Liam Dempsey Thriller) definitely makes me want to read more of his work. In this volume, Liam Dempsey, who used to be

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Review: “Beautiful Lies,” Lisa Unger

Pros: Riveting, complex Cons: Breaks the fourth wall in odd places Rating: 4 out of 5 Lisa Unger’s Beautiful Lies (Ridley Jones) (also available in a set with three other novels: Four Thrillers by Lisa Unger) is a thriller about

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Review: “My Dead World,” Jacqueline Druga

Pros: Finally, a zombie story with some differences Cons: … Rating: 5 out of 5 Zombie and survivalism tales such as Jacqueline Druga’s My Dead World are becoming more and more ubiquitous. I’ve see a number of zombie tales that

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Review: “Adrift,” K.R. Griffiths

Pros: Fascinating premise Cons: An 80s depiction of military Rating: 4 out of 5 K.R. Griffiths’s Adrift (the first book in the Adrift series) is quite good. I wasn’t as fond of his Wildfire series, but I expect I’ll read

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Review: “Cold,” by John Sweeney

Pros: Came together very well Cons: Starts out a bit confusing; why is Joe so dense about Reilly? Rating: 4 out of 5 John Sweeney’s Cold (A Joe Tiplady Thriller) started out with enough plot threads and parallel subplots that

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Review: “Unholy Code,” Thomas Waite

Pros: High tension and interesting twists Cons: A few awkward bits Rating: 4 out of 5 Thomas Waite’s Unholy Code (A Lana Elkins Thriller) is about terrorism, white supremacy, bigotry, love, and strength. Lana Elkins is the head of a

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Review: “The Killer in Me,” Margot Harrison

Pros: Fascinating Cons: Familiar set-up Rating: 4.5 out of 5 In Margot Harrison’s The Killer in Me Nina does everything she can to stay awake–because when she dreams, she sees through the eyes of a serial killer. She convinces her

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Review: “Little Girl Gone,” Gerry Schmitt

Pros: Interesting plot and characters Cons: Some things I wanted more information on Rating: 4 out of 5 In Gerry Schmitt’s Little Girl Gone (An Afton Tangler Thriller), a three-month-old baby goes missing. Afton Tangler is a civilian liaison to

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