Category Archives: Mystery/Suspense

A Very Mark Billingham Christmas

Or maybe I should really say that it is a very Tom Thorne Christmas. Tom Thorne is the middle-aged UK Detective Inspector that Billingham brings to life in his books and I have been spending some major quality time with … Continue reading

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Bedbugs by Ben H. Winter

The first full length book that I ever remember choosing for myself was Pet Sematary by Stephen King. The year was 1984 and I have no idea where I got it or what my parents thought about my reading choice, … Continue reading

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A Small Fortune by Audrey Braun

A bit over a year ago, I came upon a great interview of Audrey Braun on Rose City Reader. Usually, I sort of pass interviews by; they are often boring and full of the same non-exciting or canned answers that … Continue reading

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The Traitor’s Emblem by Juan Gomez-Jurado

A Spanish Captain rescues four people afloat on a raft at sea in 1940. They don’t speak Spanish and the Captain doesn’t speak German, but he quietly gets them to safety and in return, the leader gives him a strange … Continue reading

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A Conflict of Interest by Adam Mitzner

Have you ever been at a point in your life where everything is going right and then, like a light switch being flipped off, everything in your life falls apart? Meet Alex Miller, 35 years old, partner in a top … Continue reading

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