Category: Mystery

Escape the Night by Richard North Patterson

(3 / 5) A somewhat intriguing plot pulls you into the strange mind of a traumatized amnesiac; portraying interesting characters and the rivalries that tie them together, Mr. Patterson does a good job. However, the background and the development of

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The Job by Janet Evanovich and Lee Goldberg

(4 / 5) Ms. Evanovich and Mr. Goldberg hit the mark again on this new installment on the Fox and O’Hare series. Nick Fox and Kate O’Hare get drawn into taking down the chocolate-lover brutal leader of a global drug-smuggling

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When Ryan Came Back by Devon McCormack

(4.5 / 5) Grieve, mystery, family, friendship, love, sci-fi… When Ryan Came back has it all. As I’ve already acknowledged, Mr. McCormack’s incursion into the Young Adult genre is way over successful. In this YA M/M romance, Steven Chase is

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Spectrum by Alan Jacobson

(5 / 5) For those of you who’ve been following Karen Vail, you are in for a treat. And for those of you who haven’t, trust me, you’ll want to start. Going back in time, to 1995 to be precise,

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Night Sky by Suzanne Brockmann and Melanie Brockmann

(4 / 5) Compared to the great introductory novella, the first few chapters of this book drag a little and are a little disappointing. For about 5 whole minutes; then it picks up and we get greatness again. With amazing

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Dangerous Destiny: A Night Sky Novella by Suzanne Brockmann

(4 / 5) This Night Sky prequel is a short introduction to the Night Sky series (the cover reveal for the first book was a few weeks back) main characters. In Dangerous Destiny, we get what seems to be one scene in which we

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