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reviewed Twisted. March 16, 2010
I wouldn't put Jonathan Kellerman or this book on the same level as Jeffery Deaver or John Sandford and their Lincoln Rhyme and Prey series, respectively; however, this book did keep me interested enough …
reviewed The 5th Horseman. January 28, 2010
The 5th Horseman
Patterson and Paetro gave it away on the dust jacket blurb, "The Women's Murder Club faces an unspeakable horror in an irresistible hospital and courtroom thriller ...". The problem is, they …
reviewed Mortal Fear. January 27, 2010
Mortal Fear
EROS is a high end, very expensive, intensely private and ultra-kinky erotic on-line chat room service. When several normally high frequency users of the service drop off line but continue to allow the …
reviewed The Serial Killers Club. September 06, 2009
The Serial Killers Club
The Narrator of this book, "Dougie," stops a serial killer and assumes his identity to gain access to a club of serial killers who meet to share stories and make sure nobody is targeting the …
reviewed Otis. July 25, 2009
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I'd read so many favorable reviews on OTIS that I was prepared to enjoy a nice, twisted black comedy--perhaps something along the lines of  THE RESURRECTED or even (dare I hope?) SLASHERS, but …
reviewed Evil at Heart. July 18, 2009
Evil at Heart
This is the third of the series, and so far the weakest of the lot. This is not to say that it's not pretty durned good, as it's still definitely a one-sitting read, but it won't make your skin crawl …
reviewed Evil at Heart. July 17, 2009
Evil at Heart
   Let me just say that I absolutely LOVED HeartSick and Sweetheart, the first two books in the Gretchen Lowell/Archie Sheridan series.      Having been a fan of the Hannibal …
reviewed Evil at Heart. July 11, 2009
Evil at Heart
Evil at Heart is Chelsea Cain’s third novel featuring the beautiful serial killer Gretchen Lowell, and the detective she kidnapped and tortured, Archie Sheridan. In a review of Heartsick, the first …
reviewed Sweetheart. July 09, 2009
   Connected by a strange and pathological obsession, the cop and the woman known as the Beauty Killer are in another cat-and-mouse game in Sweetheart, the sequel to Chelsea Cain's Heartsick. …
reviewed The Blue Nowhere: A Novel. May 13, 2009
The Blue Nowhere: A Novel by Jeffery Deaver
This book goes beyond the movie The Net (which was technically flawed) and presents a frightening glimpse of what a determined hacker could do if he was also a psycho killer. The hacker has created a …
reviewed Friday the 13th. April 27, 2009
Friday the 13th
Friday the 13th kicked started the early 80's slasher film phenomenon that was ignited by Halloween (1978) but fueled intensely by this reworking of the Mario Bava classic "Twitch of the Death …
reviewed Breakneck. April 18, 2009
This novel features two women detectives, Mary Catherine Riggio and Kitt Lundgren, on the hunt for a serial killer.  The story opens with an eerie murder of a young kid.  The murder leaves the …
reviewed Sweetheart. April 04, 2009
SweetHeart continues the story of the twisted relationship between Gretchen Lowell and Archie Sheridan that began in HeartSick. Once again Archie is chasing after another killer and there are many twists …
reviewed Heartsick. April 04, 2009
HeartSick introduces one of the most diabolical, psychopathic, frightening serial killers in fiction -- the beautiful Gretchen Lowell. Gretchen Lowell makes Hannibal Lecter look like a boy scout. Not …
reviewed Breaking a Sunbeam by Geoff Hunter. March 06, 2009
Breaking a Sunbeam by Geoff Hunter
I want to thank the author for providing me with a reviewer copy all the way from the UK! I found this book a highly entertaining read that reminded me a lot of a combination of Pulp Fiction and Kill …
reviewed Citizen X. March 02, 2009
From Robert Cullen's true crime novel, "The Killer Department" comes HBO Studio's "Citizen X". Originally cablecast on HBO February 25, 1995, Donald Sutherland won the Golden Globe for Supporting Role …
reviewed The Cold Moon by Jeffrey Deaver. December 30, 2008
The Cold Moon by Jeffrey Deaver
Brand new Detective third-grade Amelia Sachs has been assigned her first solo case; looking into the suicide/suspected homicide of a man named Creeley.  She uncovers another homicide among precinct …
reviewed Heartsick. November 02, 2008
The Shadow knows, and he also knows that said evil lurking isn't the exclusive territory of men. In this creepy thriller, Chelsea Cain introduces a heartless female serial killer named Gretchen Lowell, …
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