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Interview: Sandra Gustafsson, Author of ‘Seared’

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Interview with Sandra Gustafsson author of the psychological thriller "Seared". Read More »

Book Review: ‘Black Chalk’ by Christopher J. Yates

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"Black Chalk", a psychological thriller, is a compelling read for a good two thirds of the way, but unfortunately the payoff is disappointing. Read More »

Interview with Alexandra Sokoloff, Author of Blood Moon


The New York Times Book Review has called Sokoloff a "daughter of Mary Shelley." Read More »

Interview: Rebecca Reid, Author of The Coop

Meet the face behind a "a dark and mysteriously misleading psychological thriller"! Read More »

Book Review: White Lies by Jeremy Bates

A psychological thriller to make Hitchcock proud. Read More »

Book Review: The Shadow Man by Mark Murphy

Murder always leaves behind a deadly shadow! Read More »

Book Review: The Observations by Jane Harris

A story between a feisty Irish maid and her mistress leads to a classic Victorian-era madness. Read More »

Interview: William Landay, Author of Defending Jacob

"...the scientific question of the 'murder gene' [is] the very real science which suggests that a predisposition to violence may indeed be a genetically heritable trait." Read More »

Book Review: Twisted Wing by Ruth Newman

A gripping and creepy novel - keep the lights on! Read More »

Book Review: Story of Beautiful Girl by Rachel Simon

My eye caught the brilliant cover of this Oprah-approved novel of love, loss, faith, and growth. Read More »