Tag: tense

  • Paul Heatley: Cutthroat

    Paul Heatley: Cutthroat

    Full Confession: Today was spent celebrating my youngest son’s engagement to a wonderful young woman. So I’ve stolen a post (yet again) from my UK blogging friend Colman.

  • Adam Lyndon: Devil’s Chimney

    Adam Lyndon: Devil’s Chimney

    Available June 23 – Preorder Here DEAD COPS SLEEP LONG PC Rutherford Barnes and his partner Harriet Holden have done the Sussex police department proud. They arrested Howard Van Leer as the suspect who has been on a burglary streak for weeks. It was Holden’s new digs that they found Van Leer outside of, but Read more

  • David Whitton: Seven Down

    David Whitton: Seven Down

    Seven of them: Reservations, Engineering, Catering, Courtesy, Security, Management, and Systems. Seven sleeper agents at a chic hotel. They know nothing about each other. They know only about the phone call that will set them on their assigned task. Written as an interrogation of each agent in turn, we see that what starts off as Read more

  • Mark Leichliter: The Other Side

    Mark Leichliter: The Other Side

    It starts with a missing girl, like those that are so often never found. And the beginning of the search brings us into the realm of Detective Steve Wendell. As we move into the investigation and no trace of Brittany Rogers can be found, Wendell doesn’t give-in. It’s not obsession, but as a good cop, Read more

  • Andy McNab: SAS Red Notice

    Andy McNab: SAS Red Notice

    Sergeant Tom Buckingham is member of an SAS Regiment and he’s met the love of his life, Delphine. Kinda nice right? Their relationship is floundering though, he’s often deployed at a moment’s notice, or unable to resolve his mission in time, continually missing events and their time together. Believing it’s over, Delphine boards the Eurostar Read more

  • Nathan Ripley: Find You in the Dark

    Nathan Ripley: Find You in the Dark

    Martin Reese, loving family man, obsessive stalker. But he has that stalking thing under control, in a way that’s quite unusual. Reese researches and locates the buried bodies of a serial killer. He leaves just enough of the victim exposed so that, when he calls police to tell them he’s done their work for them Read more

  • Trace Conger: The Shadow Broker

    Caffeinated probing: Dark resolve   Finn Harding wonders when exactly he crossed the line. It’s as ambiguous to the reader as to him but it’s a line which he straddles and a line which he leaps-over as circumstances necessitate. This is in keeping with a PI who has lost his license but continues to accept Read more