Tag: thriller

Book Review: Anatomy of a Scandal, by Sarah Vaughan

I enjoy legal thrillers. Although very commercial, I openly admit John Grisham and Scott Turow are two of my favorites. It is possible Sarah Vaughan just elbowed her way in between the two. And I am smiling over the intrusion! Anatomy of a Scandal is an emotional legal drama ripped from the current headlines of […]

Top Four Mistakes Writers Make

Hey, everyone! It’s me again. This blog is set to correspond with my new Author Series on YouTube. Be sure to watch the video (HERE), as well! Today, I wanted to talk about, what I consider, the Top Five Mistakes Writers Make. Thing is, there are more. Many, many more. What I have tried to […]

Book Review: BROKER, by Chuck Logan

For the last several weeks I have been reading all of the Phil Broker books, a most awesome crime/thriller series by Chuck Logan. This morning I finished the latest in the saga simply titled BROKER. This book is somewhat of a prequel to the series. What makes that fun is, if you have not read […]

Book Review: NIGHT HERON, by Adam Brookes

I love a good spy novel. NIGHT HERON is a good spy novel. It is filled with code names, and secret names, politics, corporations, and secrets. Li “Peanut” Huasheng spent twenty years as a prisoner in a Labor Reform Camp in the Qinghai Desert. Before that, he was an agent with British Intelligence. He was […]

Book Review: SPEAK FOR THE DEAD, by Christopher Valen

I have been a fan of the John Santana crime novels from the beginning, as well as an immediate fan of Christopher Valen. His writing style, characters, and tight-knitted plots made becoming a fan simple, natural. I mean, Valen puts everything a mystery reader wants inside every one of his novels. Intrigue, suspense, a splash […]