Tag: psychological

Book Review: INCARNATE, by Josh Stolberg

Looks like INCARNATE is Stolberg’s debut novel. What a way to crash into the thriller genre –full force, full steam! Dr. Kim Patterson is new on the job. As a hospital psychiatric resident her every move is watched. Dedicated to her patients, she is determined to help Scarlett Hascall. Hascall is suffering from Dissociation Identity […]

Book Review: Blindspots

I have been something of a long time fan of David Sakmyster.  He writes in an array of genres, smoothly transitioning from one to the other without missing a beat. BLINDSPOTS is the first psychological thriller I have ever read by him, and the best I can say is I was blown away, not just […]