Review of R.J. Corgan’s Kea Wright Series

Most of the thrillers that I review usually involve medicine or technology which means that they are associated with the science of chemistry, physics, and biology. I have on occasion reviewed series that revolve around the science of geology.. Read More Advertisements

Review of Casey Hill’s Latest Novel, Endgame

The focus of my blog is to review book series and not individual novels. But writers are going to continue writing novels within a series even after I have done my review, so I plan on reviewing the individual novels as they come into circulation.   Husband and wife team, Casey Hill, have recently added book […]

Thriller Release Alert!- Death at St. Vedast

  Mary Lawrence, author of a fascinating historical medical mystery series featuring Bianca Goddard as a Tudor herbalist, has released today the third book in the series, Death at St. Vedast. During the tempestuous reign of Henry VIII, London alchemist Bianca Goddard has seen up close what keeps a man alive and what can kill […]

Review of J. David Core’s Lupa Schwartz Series

The first thriller I read was Dan Brown’s, The DaVinci Code, and that’s when I discovered I was a fan of thrillers, but it wasn’t until James Rollins’ Map of Bones that I really became addicted to the thriller genre. I love that “on the edge of your seat- hanging by a thread” plot that […]