Eve and Roarke are always a favorite.
Category: Crime Drama
This was an interesting start to a new series but I give it a “cliff-hanger” since I not 100 percent satisfied with the end and I hope we finish the story. Juliet Young had no option left to her but to grab her abused younger siblings and make a run for it. She is now […]
Cynthia Eden has a great grasp on grabbing a reader’s interest from the first page. Her new love of thrillers and this new series proves that she can keep the buzz of excitement going from the first page to the last.
Eve Dallas is one of my favorite characters. Even after 44 novels, I am still hooked. These characters feel like old friends and the investigations are always intriguing and sometime even disturbing. I can’t wait to read more.
Jeff Trask is back and someone is using the current civil unrest in this country for their own gain. Very exciting and slightly disturbing thriller. Jeff and his task force are back with another gruesome set of murders. I always enjoy a good crime drama with an ensemble cast. Marc Rainer is the pen name […]
A riveting and exciting story. This is my first D.D. Ayres novel, but I have plans to take a look at the rest of this series.
You would think that a story about a shut-in as part of a murder investigation would get boring since it is written in first person and she doesn’t leave her house, but it was full of excitement and intrigue as Daisy and her home become an intricate part of the final climax of the story.
J.D. Robb’s In Death series is a must read for me. Even after 43 books, I still can’t wait to see how the relationships continue to build.
I thought this was going to be a simple investigation. I never expected where she was going with this. Shocking and intense, as you would expect from a J.D. Robb novel
[box style=”rounded” border=”full”]Exciting and delightful. I haven’t been so happy with a new author in such a long time. This was the third in the series but there was a perfect balance of enough information to keep me from being lost but not so much that I can’t go back and read the prior […]