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Just Between Us
by Rebecca Drake
From The Jacket: Four suburban mothers conspire to cover up a deadly crime in Just Between Us, a heart-stopping novel of suspense by Rebecca Drake. Alison, Julie, Sarah, Heather. Four friends living the suburban ideal. Their jobs are steady, t More

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A well plotted story with an excellent premise. Four friends who at least from the outside, have perfect lives and a wonderful supportive relationship. Then, something happens and their idyllic live becomes a nightmare. It is one of those books that is hard to put down.
by-Linda 2018/02/27, 11:14 PM

The Wife Between Us
by Greer Hendricks and Sarah Pekkanen
From The Jacket: When you read this book, you will make many assumptions. You will assume you are reading about a jealous ex-wife. You will assume she is obsessed with her replacement – a beautiful, younger woman who is about to marry the man th More

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Twisty plot and cleverly written. A fast paced domestic thriller with a few very unexpected surprises. Read the book blurb and believe it. You will make a lot of assumptions and you will guess wring.
by-Linda 2018/02/19, 09:30 PM

The Woman in the Window
by A. J. Finn
From The Jacket: Instant #1 New York Times Bestseller! For readers of Gillian Flynn and Tana French comes one of the decade’s most anticipated debuts, to be published in thirty-six languages around the world and already in development as a ma More

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A dark psychological thriller. It’s about a woman with a haunting past. She suffers from agoraphobia, a fear of being outside. Housebound, she entertains herself by spying on her neighbors, visiting online chat rooms and other solitary activities. This book has lots of twists, a surprise or two and short chapters that will keep you reading.
by-Linda 2018/01/28, 01:26 PM

He Said She Said
by Erin Kelly
From The Jacket: n the summer of 1999, Kit and Laura travel to a festival in Cornwall to see a total eclipse of the sun. Kit is an eclipse chaser; Laura has never seen one before. Young and in love, they are certain this will be the first of many More

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A psychological thriller with lots of nuanced layers and clues to keep you turning the pages. The characters are believable and the writing style understated and some very interesting twists and turns.
by-Linda 2017/12/28, 09:06 PM

Dark Matter
by Blake Crouch
From The Jacket: A mindbending, relentlessly surprising thriller from the author of the bestselling Wayward Pines trilogy. “Are you happy with your life?” Those are the last words Jason Dessen hears before the masked abductor knocks him u More

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The story asks how far you will go to save your family. It also addresses questions of identity, choices you made in life and the meaning happiness. As Jason struggles to get home, it’s a story about love and family.
by-Linda 2017/12/16, 11:59 PM

Good Me Bad Me
by Ali Land
From The Jacket: INTERNATIONAL BESTSELLER AND THE NEW YORK TIMES BOOK REVIEW'S EDITORS' CHOICE HOW FAR DOES THE APPLE REALLY FALL FROM THE TREE? Good Me Bad Me is dark, compelling, voice-driven psychological suspense by debut author Ali Lan More

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A tense and suspenseful story of Millie, a psychologically damaged teenage girl, whose mother is a serial killer. One day, Millie turns her mother into authorities but worries she has inherited the killer gene. This is a story that will definitely hook you and keep you turning the pages.
by-Linda 2017/11/25, 05:50 PM

Best Day Ever
by Kaira Rouda
From The Jacket: “I glance at my wife as she climbs into the passenger seat, and I am bursting with confidence. Today will be everything I’ve promised her…and more…” Paul Strom has the perfect life: a glittering career as an advertising execu More

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A tense psychological thriller with characters so real you feel like you can read their minds. They are intense, meaning you either love or hate them. The storyline hooks you early, and the pace and twists will keep you reading to the end. Recommend.
by-Linda 2017/11/15, 09:28 PM

The Last Mrs. Parrish
by Liv Constantine
From The Jacket: The mesmerizing debut about a coolly manipulative woman and a wealthy "golden couple," from a stunning new voice in psychological suspense. Some women get everything. Some women get everything they deserve. Ambe More

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I loved the premise of this book. One woman decides she wants another woman’s husband He is obscenely rich and she can’t see any other way to get the lifestyle she deserves. But, all is not as it seems. This twisty story will keep you guessing and turning the pages.
by-Linda 2017/10/26, 12:52 AM

I Found You
by Lisa Jewell
From The Jacket: In the windswept British seaside town of Ridinghouse Bay, single mom Alice Lake finds a man sitting on a beach outside her house. He has no name, no jacket, and no idea how he got there. Against her better judgment, she invites h More

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The Dry
by Jane Harper
From The Jacket: It hasn't rained in Kiewarra for two years. Tensions in the farming community become unbearable when three members of the Hadler family are discovered shot to death on their property. Everyone assumes Luke Hadler committed suicid More

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A clever whodunit story with lots of suspense and atmosphere; a very impressive debut novel. There are two mysteries told simultaneously, one from the past and one in the present. Both will intrigue and keep you guessing.
by-Linda 2017/05/22, 09:03 PM

3 Seconds
by Roslund and Hellstrom
From The Jacket: Dark, suspenseful, and more riveting than any thriller at the local cineplex, Three Seconds is the latest novel from bestselling Swedish duo Anders Roslund and Börge Hellström--the new masters of Scandinavian crime. Piet Hoffma More



Voted Best Swedish Crime Novel of the Year 2009, this is an excellent thriller. I listened to it on audio and it kept my interest to the very end. I would definitely look for more books by this author.
by-Andrea-PBR 2013/09/22, 06:09 AM

What She Knew
by Gilly Macmillan
From The Jacket: New York Times bestseller Nominated for an Edgar Award in Best Paperback Original category, 2016 International Thriller Writers Thriller Award finalist in Best First Novel category, 2016 Indie Next Pick for December 2015 Targ More

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Highly recommend! Gilly Macmillan captures the emotions of a mother who makes a simple decision to let her 8 year-old son run ahead of her, only to arrive at the swing set to find him missing. Macmillan also shows the raw emotions of DI Clemo, the lead detective, distraught as he rushes against the clock to find Ben. He knows better than anyone that time plays a critical role and that time is his enemy when it comes to a favorable outcome.
by-linda 2016/10/31, 11:11 PM

The Litigators
by John Grisham
From The Jacket: The partners at Finley & Figg—all two of them—often refer to themselves as “a boutique law firm.” Boutique, as in chic, selective, and prosperous. They are, of course, none of these things. What they are is a two-bit operatio More

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I really enjoyed listening to this book on audio. It was very entertaining.
by-Andrea 2011/12/26, 06:43 AM

A Lot of humor action and pace in this latest Grisham novel. The book deals with the problem of illegal immigrants and takes a shot at the giant drug companies. The characters are not stereo typed but rather imbued with personality. Recommend for Grisham fans and anyone who enjoys this genre of book.
by-Linda-PBR 2011/12/14, 08:09 PM

Defending Jacob
by William Landay
From The Jacket: Andy Barber has been an assistant district attorney in his suburban Massachusetts county for more than twenty years. He is respected in his community, tenacious in the courtroom, and happy at home with his wife, Laurie, and so More

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This was one of my favorite audio books. It grabbed my attention from the start and I couldn’t wait to get back to listening. It was suspenseful, unpredictable and kept me guessing until the end. Once finished I couldn’t stop thinking about it. It would make a great book club selection. It has all the components of a five star audiobook, not to be missed!
by-Andrea-PBR 2013/09/21, 05:20 PM

This book is hard to put down – the conflicts, suspense, complexity of characters, amazing plotting, family dynamics and courtroom drama all keep you turning pages. Landay’s descriptions of a family in crisis are realistic and heart wrenching. He clearly shows the depth of emotion and strength necessary to endure a murder charge against your 14-year-old son. He also shows the flip side of parental love and how far parents are willing to go for their children.
by-Linda-PBR 2012/04/02, 06:33 PM

11 22 63
by stephen king
From The Jacket: ON NOVEMBER 22, 1963, THREE SHOTS RANG OUT IN DALLAS, PRESIDENT KENNEDY DIED, AND THE WORLD CHANGED. WHAT IF YOU COULD CHANGE IT BACK? In this brilliantly conceived tour de force, Stephen King—who has absorbed the social, politi More

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Not a King fan; however, I thoroughly enjoyed this book. Great combination of fantasy and reality. Couldn't put this one down.
by-Grammi 2012/01/28, 06:52 AM

This is only about my second Stephen King novel so I can't compare this to his other works, but I can say I thoroughly enjoyed this book. The premise is time travel - back to 11/22/63 - the day JFK was killed. It's well researched and engaging with fantastic descriptions of the time period. Great characters and some turns that will surprise you.
by-Linda-PBR 2012/01/20, 02:01 AM

Gone Girl
by Gilian Flynn
From The Jacket: Marriage can be a real killer. One of the most critically acclaimed suspense writers of our time, New York Times bestseller Gillian Flynn takes that statement to its darkest place in this unputdownable masterpiece about a ma More

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Good writing, realistic characters and a clever plot with some unexpected twists. You can’t decide if you are for Nick, the affable husband suspected of murdering his wife, or Amy, his missing wife. Recommend for those that enjoy a good thriller.
by-linda-PBR 2012/07/30, 06:19 PM

Witness
by Nora Roberts
From The Jacket: Daughter of a controlling mother, Elizabeth finally let loose one night, drinking at a nightclub and allowing a strange man’s seductive Russian accent lure her to a house on Lake Shore Drive. The events that followed changed her More

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I listened to this book on audio and it was very enjoyable. Hearing the voices added a nice dimension to the characters, especially Abagail. She had a robotic tone to her voice which suited her well.
by-Andrea - PBR 2012/06/10, 04:28 PM

Skin and Bones
by Tom Bale
From The Jacket: On a cold January morning, a nightmare awaits in a small Sussex village. A deranged young man goes on the rampage, shooting everyone in his path before taking his own life. It is a senseless, tragic event, but sadly not an unfami More

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From beginning to end this book holds your attention. It's an excellent thriller starting on page one!
by-Andrea - PBR 2012/05/28, 08:37 PM

Once We Were Brothers
by Ronald Balson
From The Jacket: Elliot Rosenzweig, a respected civic leader and wealthy philanthropist, is attending a fundraiser when he is suddenly accosted and accused of being a former Nazi SS officer named Otto Piatek. Although the charges are denounced as More

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Engaging, nicely paced legal thriller. The story captures your attention right away and holds your interest being hard to put down at times. It moves back and forth between present day and Nazi-occupied Poland. The historical fiction aspect of this book is excellent, well researched and told in an engaging manner. The present day portion is suspenseful and emotionally charged. Recommend for those that a good legal thriller and books with emotional depth.
by-Linda-PBR 2012/05/27, 07:10 PM

Alone
by Lisa Gardner
From The Jacket: Alone . . . Massachusetts State Trooper Bobby Dodge watches a tense hostage standoff unfold through the scope of his sniper rifle. Just across the street, in wealthy Back Bay, Boston, an armed man has barricaded himself with his More

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I was thoroughly entertained with this book as I listened to it on audio. Not only was it loaded with action and suspense, but the characters were well developed and interesting. It certainly made my car ride go much faster.
by-Andrea-PBR 2012/04/05, 09:13 AM

Before I Go To Sleep
by S. J. Watson
From The Jacket: "As I sleep, my mind will erase everything I did today. I will wake up tomorrow as I did this morning. Thinking I’m still a child. Thinking I have a whole lifetime of choice ahead of me. . . ." Memories define us. So More

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An impressive debut with its roots in reality. It’s an absorbing, well-plotted story that will leave you in awe of the value of something we all take for granted - memory. The book has momentum, strong believable characters and teases the mind with its unusual concept. Highly recommend for those that enjoy mystery/thrillers.
by-Linda-PBR 2011/08/02, 06:28 PM

The Girl Who Kicked The Hornets Nest
by Stieg Larsson
From The Jacket: Lisbeth Salander, the heart of Larsson’s two previous novels, is under close supervision in the intensive care unit of a Swedish city hospital. She’s fighting for her life in more ways than one: when she’s well enough, she’ll sta More

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Great series. This one not as good as the previous two but well worth reading. Hoping the scuttlebutt about a fourth is true.
by-Jay 2010/09/05, 02:38 PM

Child 44
by Tom Rob Smith
From The Jacket: An amazingly assured and exciting debut, set in Soviet Russia in 1953, with a wonderfully realised sense of all pervading fear and the desperateness of a chilling race against time. How do you solve an impossible crime? More

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This was our book club's selection for this month. Two of the girls had trouble getting in to it and half-way through couldn't put it down. I liked it from the beginning and shuttered to think that this actually happened in Russia. Am looking forward to # 2 and # 3 in series. Intrique was great, characters ...likeable or not.
by-Book lover 2010/08/09, 10:33 AM

I couldn't put this book down. Loved it. The second book (The Secret Speech) didn't come close to the first one. Hoping for a third.
by-Andrea 2010/04/20, 06:02 AM

Try this new author. This is a fast paced story filled with mystery and suspense.
by-Jill 2010/01/16, 05:57 AM

The Secret Speech
by Tom Rob Smith
From The Jacket: Soviet Union, Stalin is dead, and a violent regime is beginning to fracture leaving behind a society where the police are the criminals, and the criminals are innocent. A secret speech composed by Stalin's successor Khrushchev is More

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I loved Tom Rob Smith's first book Child 44 and couldn't wait for the sequel. This Author has amazing talent it just didn't materialize in this particular book; The Secret Speech was a disappointing read that I was happy to see come to an end. Although I would not recommend this book I do look forward to his next novel.
by-Lyn 2009/07/23, 04:38 AM

I was very excited to read this book as I absolutely loved Child forty four. I am not ready to give up on Tom Rob Smith but I was very dissappointed in this book. I will look forward to his next.
by-Andrea 2009/07/22, 06:08 PM

The Neighbor
by Lisa Gardner
From The Jacket: From a master of suspense comes a chilling new novel that explores the dangers lurking closer than you think. Because even in the perfect family, you never know what is going on behind closed doors. This is what happened.It was a More

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Big Lisa Gardner fan. I read all of her books. They are all good but this one tops the list.
by-Sue 2009/11/15, 05:47 AM

This was a great mystery. I ordered take out for dinner because I just couldn't put it down long enough to shop and cook. A page turner, I finished it in two sittings.
by-Sara 2009/08/18, 07:51 PM

This book has all the right ingredients for a great mystery. I found I just couldn’t put it down. There is a lot going on and enough suspense to keep you turning the pages and wondering what happens until the very end.
by-Lyn 2009/07/29, 04:44 PM

The Girl Who Played With Fire
by Stieg Larsson
From The Jacket: Mikael Blomkvist, crusading journalist and publisher of the magazine "Millennium, " has decided to run a story that will expose an extensive sex trafficking operation between Eastern Europe and Sweden, implicating well More

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I agree. This was a great follow up to Dragon. I can't wait for the third book to come out in May in the USA. I hear it's just as good. Sadly this wonderful author has passed away.
by-Andrea 2010/02/03, 11:57 AM

Loved the fast pace. Great book. Recommend.
by-Greg 2009/11/14, 12:00 PM

I thought that "The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo" was a tough act to follow, but this sequel did not disappoint, it's fantastic. Fast paced plot, great characters and a page turner. If you liked Stieg Larsson's first book, don't miss this one.
by-Lyn 2009/08/17, 07:03 PM

The Bonemans Daughters
by Ted Dekker
From The Jacket: They call him BoneMan, a serial killer who's abducted six young women. He's the perfect father looking for the perfect daughter, and when his victims fail to meet his lofty expectations, he kills them by breaking their bones and More

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I love a good thriller and was delighted to discover this author, very good.
by-Ruth 2009/11/16, 06:55 AM

This book is an intriguing, very engaging thriller. It will catch you off guard with its tension packed twists and turns. If you enjoy a suspenseful novel, and don’t mind a few loose ends add this one to your reading list.
by-Lyn 2009/08/03, 05:34 PM

Shadow of Betrayal
by Brett Battles
From The Jacket: The meeting place was carefully chosen: an abandoned church in rural Ireland just after dark. For Jonathan Quinn a freelance operative and professional “cleaner” the job was only to observe. If his cleanup skills were needed, it More

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Great book, loved the action and fast pace. A page turner
by-Brad 2009/11/01, 03:18 PM

Fast paced and action packed. It's equally as good as his previous novel.
by-Lyn 2009/09/01, 06:22 PM

Evil at Heart
by Chelsea Cain
From The Jacket: Chelsea Cain's novels featuring Portland detective Archie Sheridan and serial killer Gretchen Lowell have captivated fans through two nail biting entries, Heartsick and Sweetheart,both of them multiweek bestsellers in The New Yor More

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Not as good as I was expecting based on the trailer for the book and Chelsea Cain's previous novel "Sweetheart", which I loved. The suspense level was just not there.
by-Lyn 2009/09/20, 05:46 PM

The Eight
by Katherine Neville
From The Jacket: Computer expert Cat Velis is heading for a job to Algeria. Before she goes, a mysterious fortune teller warns her of danger, and an antique dealer asks her to search for pieces to a valuable chess set that has been missing for ye More

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I loved this book. There were so many layers but so well plotted you didn't get lost or lose track of things. Not so with her next book "The Fire", which was a little confusing and had too much going on. Highly recommend "The Eight".
by-LisaG 2009/11/02, 05:34 AM

I read this one a long time ago. It was fantastic and not to be missed
by-Sharon 2009/10/25, 08:14 AM

This was a well plotted, fast paced mystery with some great historical facts. It's also original. Enjoyed it very much.
by-Lyn 2009/10/18, 12:47 PM

Perfume
by Patrick Suskind
From The Jacket: An acclaimed bestseller and international sensation, Patrick Suskind's classic novel provokes a terrifying examination of what happens when one man's indulgence in his greatest passion his sense of smell leads to murder. In the s More

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Not a book for the masses. It's a fascinating read but also dark with bazaar undertones. It's beautifully written in a dense prosaic style that is very unusual but captivating.
by-Lyn 2009/11/25, 10:49 AM

Blue Heaven
by C J Box
From The Jacket: A twelve year old girl and her younger brother go on the run in the woods of North Idaho, pursued by four men they have just watched commit murder,four men who know exactly who William and Annie are, and who know exactly where th More

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An excellent mystery that is hard to put down. The characters are nicely developed with an air of complexity about them. I thought the first part of the book to be a little slow, but then things picked up and the tension builds until the very end
by-Lyn 2009/12/13, 05:58 AM

The Violet Hour
by Daniel Judson
From The Jacket: In Daniel Judson’s powerful new thriller, Bridgehampton auto mechanic Caleb Rakowski gets paid under the table at his friend Eric Carver's auto repair shop and lives in an apartment above. He's good at his job, he's a hard worker More

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Nine Dragons
by Michael Connelly
From The Jacket: (3.5 stars) LAPD Detective Harry Bosch is off the chain in the fastest,fiercest,and highest stakes case of his life. Fortune Liquors is a small shop in a tough South L.A. neighborhood, a store Bosch has known for years. The murde More

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The Bride Collector
by Ted Dekker
From The Jacket: FBI Special agent Brad Raines is facing his toughest case yet. A Denver serial killer has killed four beautiful young women, leaving a bridal veil at each crime scene, and he's picking up his pace. Unable to crack the case, Raine More

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The villain of the piece is a schizophrenic who kidnaps beautiful women, drugs them, applies their makeup perfectly, arranges a veil over their heads, then glues them to a wall. Blood is drained from their bodies and even after four victims, no physical evidence has been found to point to the murderer. The FBI is involved and a forensic psychologist is called in. The Special Agent on the case, Brad Raines, follows a clue from the scene of one of the murders to a mental facility ministering to the needs of a population of brilliant schizophrenics. (It is Dekker’s premise in the book that schizophrenics are locked away because they are misunderstood by society.) Raines speaks to several of the patients in the hope of finding out how the killer’s mind works. Dekker, a bestselling author of twenty books dealing with the ‘good vs evil’ theme, explores the dark side of faith in “The Bride Collector.” Faith corrupted and expressed in the creepy musings of a mad man consumed with doing his twisted perception of the Lord’s work. Dekker takes the reader on a journey through the world of a criminally insane personality, a trip made fascinating because the killer has conflicting thoughts about sin and the rightness of his mission. We also enter the mental world of another disturbed person, who is well aware of her limitations and struggles constantly within the confines of her mind. Dekker is frequently described as being ‘out there’ when compared with other Christian writers. His work is unsettling and asks the reader to explore why unspeakable things happen to good people. A recurring theme of his: “How can our faith remain in the wake of such awful events?” Both the mental institution storyline and the romantic interest that develops in “The Bride Collector” are far-fetched, but the book does have the intensity of a TV crime show. Interesting enough to hold my attention while the killer was caught, but not realistic enough to bring me back to another book of his. Rated R for adult themes and the murders.
by-Patti Phillips 2011/04/28, 10:15 AM

The plot in this book is fast paced and it's a real page turner. True to his style, there's graphic descriptions of the murder scenes and steady tension.
by-Jay 2010/09/25, 06:20 PM

Think Twice
by Lisa Scottoline
From The Jacket: "From the blockbuster "New York Times "bestselling author of "Look Again "comes a novel that makes you question the nature of evil: is it born in us or is it bred? Bennie Rosato looks exactly like her ide More

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Fault Line
by Barry Eisler
From The Jacket: Silicon Valley: the eccentric inventor of a new encryption application is murdered in an apparent drug deal. Istanbul: a cynical undercover operative receives a frantic call from his estranged brother, a patent lawyer who believe More

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Gone Tomorrow
by Lee Child
From The Jacket: Susan Mark, the fifth passenger, had a big secret, and her plain little life was being watched in Washington, and California, and Afghanistan by dozens of people with one thing in common: They’re all lying to Reacher. A little. A More

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The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo
by Stieg Larsson
From The Jacket: A sensation across Europe, millions of copies sold. A spellbinding amalgam of murder mystery, family saga, love story and financial intrigue. It's about the disappearance forty years ago of Harriet Vanger a young scion of one of More

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In a writing class many years ago, I was told that a novel had to have three elements in order to be a blockbuster: religion, sex and politics. And (the instructor said) if these themes were present, the quality of the writing really didn’t matter. These days, perhaps including two out of the original three themes works just as well, with politics being replaced by money – and corrupt bankers. Having said that, “The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo,” is a convoluted tale of corruption in high finance, the nasty people who handle the big bucks, and the secrets they hide in all sorts of complicated places. Sounds like a fun read for the legions who enjoy seeing bankers go down, but that’s not all that happens. Add in depraved, religion-based sex crimes against women, plus shocking revenge meted out by a severely damaged victim (Salander) with a photographic memory, who also happens to be a computer hacker. Salander assists a deeply flawed, framed journalist (Mikael). The reader must suspend disbelief to swallow the remarkable transformation Salander makes after meeting Mikael. Most of the book revolves around Mikael and Salander and his search for the various truths important to Larrson in telling the tale. But, which truth/character/plotline should we care about? Any one or two of the story lines would have made for a compelling novel – after all, most of the lead characters are well drawn and they interact intelligently together. But, there was an extra 250 pages to this 644 page book that didn’t need to be there. The reader is hammered over the head with how awful everyone is to everyone else – and there are lots of despicable people in this book, both major and minor characters. Also, the process involved in meticulous investigative journalism does not need to be reported verbatim, but that’s the way the middle of the book reads. I really don’t care that Larsson (and his estate) sold 21 million copies of his books worldwide. I’m tired of slogging through the dirty laundry of evil people, only to reach an ending that ties up plots as an afterthought and imparts little that’s hopeful about humanity. Rated X – for graphic, sadistic crimes against men and women, and other adult themes
by-Patti Phillips 2011/04/28, 10:20 AM

All in all I have to say this is one of the best books I've read in a long time. This novel had a lot of rich detail and the pace was fast. Amazingly, just when you think it's over, the plot takes yet another turn. It's a fun read. Recommend
by-Deb 2009/11/22, 02:35 PM

I had no idea what to expect from this book. I kept seeing it on the bestseller lists so when it came out in paperback I Decided to give it a try. After the first 50 pages or so the book just seem to take over my life until I Finished it. Highly recommend!!
by-Jen 2009/07/12, 06:59 PM

The Surgeon
by Tess Gerritsen
From The Jacket: In her most masterful novel of medical suspense, New York Times bestselling author Tess Gerritsen creates a villain of unforgettable evil--and the one woman who can catch him before he kills again. He slips into their homes at More

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I love the TV show Rizolli & Isles, it’s the reason I read this book. I love the book also and highly recommend.
by-maggie 2010/09/15, 05:11 PM

Broken
by Karen Slaughter
From The Jacket: Karin Slaughter’s internationally bestselling novels are as notable for their vivid portraits of lives shadowed by loss and heartbreak as they are for their dramatic criminal investigations. Her latest offering features the retur More

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61 Hours
by Lee Child
From The Jacket: Lee Child is the author of fourteen Jack Reacher thrillers, including the "New York Times" bestsellers" "Persuader, The Enemy, One Shot, and The Hard Way, and the #1 bestsellers Gone Tomorrow, Bad Luck and Tro More

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Not the best of his books, but Jack Reacher fans will enjoy. I would probably rate 3 1/2 stars.
by-Marie 2010/09/19, 06:48 AM

Ice Cold
by Tess Gerritsen
From The Jacket: New York Times bestselling author Tess Gerritsen’s relentless, inventive novels take readers on pulse-racing thrill rides that are as satisfying as they are heart-stopping. Now, in this edge-of-your-seat suspense novel, a mysteri More

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Live To Tell
by Lisa Gardner
From The Jacket: On a warm summer night in one of Boston’s working-class neighborhoods, an unthinkable crime has been committed: Four members of a family have been brutally murdered. The father—and possible suspect—now lies clinging to life in th More

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Garden of Betrayal
by Lee Vance
From The Jacket: After a stunning debut with Restitution, Vance makes a triumphant return: a whip-smart, fast-paced, and eerily timely thriller that ties the 2008 global economic meltdown and international energy wars to the heartbreaking story o More

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Crooked Letter, Crooked Letter
by Tom Franklin
From The Jacket: Tom Franklin's extraordinary talent has been hailed by the leading lights of contemporary literature—Philip Roth, Richard Ford, Lee Smith, and Dennis Lehane. Reviewers have called his fiction "ingenious" (USA Today) and More

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The Cypress House
by Michael Koryta
From The Jacket: A journey to Florida's coast becomes an inescapable nightmare in the newest supernatural thriller from international bestseller Michael Koryta. Arlen Wagner has seen it in men before--a trace of smoke in their eyes that promises More

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The Lincoln Lawyer
by Michael Connelly
From The Jacket: Mickey Haller has spent all his professional life afraid that he wouldn't recognize innocence if it stood right in front of him. But what he should have been on the watch for was evil.
 
Haller is a Lincoln La More

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Caught
by Harlan Coben
From The Jacket: Dan Mercer stands accused of being a sexual predator thanks to the ambush journalism of Wendy Tynes, a tabloid TV reporter, who must cope with her husband's death caused by a drunken driver as well as reckon with the possibility More

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Vengeance Road
by Rick Mofina
From The Jacket: The murder of a brokenhearted woman… The body of Bernice Hogan, a troubled young former nursing student with a tragic past, is found in a shallow grave near a forest creek. …and the chilling disappearance of her friend… Jo More

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