Mystery / Suspense Books

Do you love mystery / suspense books? Check out these reviews and maybe you’ll find a book for your TBR.

Fallout, Carrie Stuart Parks

Fallout Review

When an SUV crashes into the school where Samantha’s teaching, everything that can go wrong, does. The accident begins a journey where Samantha has to determine what is truth while fighting to stay alive. It was an interesting premise but I struggled to connect with the characters and though there was a  lot going on, …

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Crossfire Review

Julianna’s job as a hostage negotiator for the FBI gets complicated when a hostage taker fixated on her. Crossfire by Lynette Eason is the second installation in the Extreme Measures series. Ms. Eason plunges  us into the action from the opening scene. We get a good glimpse of what a typical day for Julianna was …

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Dark of Night, Colleen Coble

Dark of Night Review

Dark of Night by Colleen Coble picks up where the first book Edge of Dusk left off. Once again, we’re plunged into Annie’s life as she navigates parenting, her love life, work, and the truth about her missing sister. We get to see the progression of Jon and Annie’s relationship as they decide to give …

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Sundown Review

Sundown, by Susan May Warren, is the final book in the Sky King Ranch trilogy, and what a thrilling end it is! When Colt goes home to recover, he finds Tae firmly ensconced in his family home. She’s pretty, but he knows she has secrets. When his family is put in danger because of those …

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Edge of Dusk, Colleen Coble

Edge of Dusk Review

An excellent start to a new series. Edge of Dusk by Colleen Coble is the first installment in her new Annie Pedersen series. Annie had a lot to deal with: a murder in her community, personal issues with her daughter, and the sudden reappearance of her first love. All while searching for her sister who’d …

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