99 Percent Kill by Doug Richardson

In 99 Percent Kill, Lucky Dey has to find the missing/runaway daughter of a Wisconsin millionaire; a tough enough job in LA, where a pretty young girl is a target for all kind of nasty stuff, made even tougher by the father who insists on riding along. I liked Lucky …

Blood Money by Doug Richardson

Blood Money is an action-packed thriller with plenty of violence—it’s not surprising to learn the author is also a screenwriter of action movies. The book is non-stop, it never gives you time to breathe. There are several people whose lives intersect in disastrous ways. Few of the characters are likable, …

The Wolf and the Watchman by Niklas Natt och Dag

Wow! The Wolf and the Watchman is the most engrossing novel I’ve read in a while. I want to tell you that you should read it and you should, but only if you like historical mysteries and don’t mind some gruesomeness and brutality. It is not for everyone; it’s dark …

The World Beneath by Rebecca Cantrell

The World Beneath is just a fun book. Joe Tesla is rich and extremely intelligent, but can’t go outside due to extreme agoraphobia. While in the tunnels under New York, he meets a man who is then brutally murdered near a long bricked in train car. Joe has to make …

Origin by Dan Brown

In the middle of Kirsch’s presentation regarding a breakthrough that will change the way we look at humanity’s past and future, he’s killed. And he, of course, is the only one who can release the rest of the presentation, so Langdon and the beautiful woman, this time around it’s museum …