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Book Review: Oscar Wilde and the Murders at Reading Goal by Gyles Brandreth

Oscar Wilde goes to prison and solves the murders at Reading Gaol. Read More »

Book Review: The Dark Frontier by Eric Ambler

Eric Ambler's debut novel The Dark Frontier foreshadows the masterly thrillers to come. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: Alfred Hitchcock: The Masterpiece Collection [15-Disc Limited Edition]

Despite some lackluster transfers, this is a great collection for any Alfred Hitchcock fan. Read More »

Interview with God’s Eye Novelist A.J. Scudiere

A.J. Scudiere is the author of four character-driven thrillers. Blogcritics caught up with the novelist at last month's Comic-Con. Read More »

Book Review: Albatross: Birds of Flight by J.M. Erickson

A former international spy, now fugitive, knows too much. There are those who hope he never recovers, and that his secrets will remain forever undisclosed. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: Outland (1981)

More whodunit than sci-fi, Outland is a tense cat-and-mouse thriller that holds up well. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: Coma

Michael Crichton infused this medical thriller with drama and suspense. Read More »

DVD Review: Meeting Evil (2012)

The film fails to rise above the confines of its generic thriller plot, but it is not without a handful of fun moments and some genuine thrills. Read More »

Book Review: Drowning in the Dark: My Descent into Hell and the Long Road Back by Daniel C. Friend

As terrifying as any suspense thriller, but this is the true story... Read More »

Book Review: The Dog Who Came Out of the Cold by Alexander McCall Smith

Second book in Smith's Corduroy Mansions series out in paperback Read More »