Category: Mystery
Before I Go To Sleep by S.J. Watson

‘As I sleep, my mind will erase everything I did today. I will wake up tomorrow as I did this morning. Thinking I’m still a child. Thinking I have a whole lifetime of choice ahead of me …’ Memories define us. So what if you lost yours every time you went to sleep? Your name, your identity, your past, even [...]

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A Hard Death by Jonathan Hayes

As a criminal pathologist, Dr Edward Jenner has seen many bad deaths in his day, but none as crazed as the ritual slayings perpetrated by Robert Farrar, The Inquisitor. He survived the final denouement of Farrar’s killing spree, but not the fall-out from the authorities which saw his medical license suspended and him banished from New York. In this book [...]

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The White Devil by Justin Evans

Set in a four-hundred-year-old boys’ boarding school in London, a chilling gothic thriller by the author of the critically acclaimed A Good and Happy Child . . . A fierce and jealous ghost . . . A young man’s fight for his life . . . The Harrow School is home to privileged adolescents known as much for their distinctive dress [...]

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HIT LIST: The Best of Latino Mystery edited by Sarah Cortez and Liz Martinez

Collection of first time short mystery fiction by Latino authors who have pioneered the genre, using it to showcase their unique cultures, neighborhoods & realities. Contains both stylistically & ethnically diverse stories that run the gamut of the genre, from traditional to noir, private eye to police procedural, even chick lit. This anthology features the work of Mario Acevedo, Lucha [...]

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A Life Transparent by Todd Keisling
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Who is Donovan Candle? He is the consummate husband. Stable, hard-working, and dedicated to his wife, Donovan is a paragon of the Middle Class. Until now. Strange visions of a monochromatic world. Bizarre sensations of physical transparency. At first, Donovan fears he’s losing his grip on reality, but as the week wears on and the odd afflictions intensify, he wonders [...]

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The Undertaker by William F. Brown
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If you like suspense, action and are into conspiracy theories, I recommend this book. The story line was the first thing to grab me. Here is a man who lost his wife and everything he stood for and now someone is not only using his name but his dead wife’s name to bury mysterious people. Not once, but several times! [...]

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{DNF} YU: A Ross Lamos Mystery by Joy Laughter

I feel conflicted about this one. As far as I got the story wasn’t horrible. Wasn’t great, but it wasn’t unreadable. What did make it unreadable was the layout and paragraph structure. The paragraphs went on forever, sometimes in length, other times in word heaviness. I just wanted to enjoy the book and I wasn’t able to. I tried to [...]

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I Am Not A Serial Killer by Dan Wells + Giveaway

Rating: 2 out of 3 stars This book kind of felt like it was a two part book. There was the first part where we are introduced to a seventeen year old boy who has a near obsession to knowing everything about serial killers. And this made sense. The title after-all gives that impression. After every page of reading this [...]

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Double Prey by Steven Havill

About the Book: A rattlesnake fang pegged in a teenager’s eye is just the beginning of a spring day for Posadas Undersheriff Estelle Guzman. The injured lad’s older brother goes missing, and is found dead in an arroyo, apparently killed by his cartwheeling ATV. But most puzzling is what the dead boy found moments before he was killed…an astonishing discovery that [...]

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