#BookReview Beginner’s Luck by M.J. Furtek

Hildur is on the run from her elite organization determined to kill any that get in their way. The Watcher. Ready. Waiting for the target. Hildur is tracking her current target in the picturesque Iceland. Hired to kill. She is on the lookout for anyone that might increase the body count. Trained in body andContinue reading “#BookReview Beginner’s Luck by M.J. Furtek”

#BookReview The Deadlier Sin by Phillip Urmson

A gripping tale of a missing girl that leads hard-nosed PI Walter to unearth a conspiracy. Walter Blunt, an ex-cop and high-priced private detective in Adelaide finishes off on a case of a husband’s infidelity. His next clients are not what he is used to. The Burrowes are desperate to find their missing daughter Lucy,Continue reading “#BookReview The Deadlier Sin by Phillip Urmson”

#BookReview The Milan Contract by Stephen Franks

International espionage, the criminal underworld, and political corruption send Lieutenant Raphael Conza on a complex trail that leads to 1980s, Germany. A few seconds later, it was all over. Milan Contract In the brief instant it took the .22 bullet to effortlessly drill a neat hole in Lukas Stolz’s forehead, he relived the summer stormsContinue reading “#BookReview The Milan Contract by Stephen Franks”

#BookRecommendation for ‘Motive to Murder’ by Martin Edwards.

To create a realistic crime drama or thriller, there are a few aspects to take into consideration to create a plot that your reader will think is plausible. ‘Motive to Murder’ delves into the nitty gritty of how police take a homicide from case to court. Martin Edwards provides an authoritative guide to how murdersContinue reading “#BookRecommendation for ‘Motive to Murder’ by Martin Edwards.”

On a Twist of a Psychological Thriller comes Initiated to Kill.

On a twist of a psychological thriller comes Initiated to Kill. Two men, centuries apart, initiated into an organization whose influence spans the globe. A university and influential figures conspire to engineer chaos and fear to undermine a country by eroding trust in authority and everything around them. Yes, I am shamelessly going to plugContinue reading “On a Twist of a Psychological Thriller comes Initiated to Kill.”

#BookReview Wuhan 2019: A Novel on Dangerous Games in China by Gabriel Scheff #Thriller

Genre: Thriller/Suspense And the world went into lock-down. The end of 2019 and 2020, the world was hit with a pandemic, its roots embedded in a small Chinese lab in Wuhan. This is the controversial story that sets to blow apart what a government may have kept hidden. The story begins in 1346 Caffa, Crimea.Continue reading “#BookReview Wuhan 2019: A Novel on Dangerous Games in China by Gabriel Scheff #Thriller”

2021 Reading Challenge – Expanding my Collection.

This year I want to focus a bit more on reviewing and reading a range of books. My collection tends to revolve around thrillers and mysteries. I have started on the WarHammer series, along with reviewing a range of titles on Reedsy Discovery. Once I have read a book on my shelf, I give itContinue reading “2021 Reading Challenge – Expanding my Collection.”

#BookReview Plane in the Lake by Neil Turner. #Thriller

A plane crashes, setting off a chain of events that leaves Tony Valenti scrambling to save his family, bringing him close to an old foe, and people from his father’s past that won’t give up when they have a score to settle. Megan, a young inexperienced pilot flying a Cessna and several VIPs finds herselfContinue reading “#BookReview Plane in the Lake by Neil Turner. #Thriller”

Why Do I use Conspiracy Theories in my Novels?

Conspiracy theories. They intrigue, inspire, thrill, scare and just plain remind us just how little we may know about major events in history. Conspiracy theories delve into the minor to the extreme in what could have happened. Dan Brown, in my opinion, made this sub-genre popular. Whether the idea seems far-fetched, or a little tooContinue reading “Why Do I use Conspiracy Theories in my Novels?”

‘Night Watch’ – Dark Deeds Transpire in the Dark Hours.

Night Watch, named after the morbid patrol period when the really ‘bad stuff’ happens on a cop’s watch.  Human bones at a residence, three skulls left at a successful restaurant, and a dead body found close by. In a sleepy getaway French town, Alexandra Cooper finds herself amidst some mysterious occurrences all linked to herContinue reading “‘Night Watch’ – Dark Deeds Transpire in the Dark Hours.”