Review of Dark Ambitions, by Irene Hannon

The exciting Code of Honor trilogy comes to its dramatic conclusion with Hannon’s Dark Ambitions. The thrills and chills are abundant, and if romantic suspense is your thing, you will be very satisfied. Clues and conflict ramp up the tension and excitement. There’s romance between Rick, an ex-military man of high caliber, and Heather who […]

Vanishing Point, by Lisa Harris

Hang on to your hats, readers! This one’s a nail-biter. You’ll immediately care about the main character, Jordan Lambert, and her love interest, Garrett Addison. They are thrown back together on the trail of a serial killer. This author takes you down into the nitty-gritty of such an investigation. The twists and turns of this […]

Lady Jane Disappears, by Joanna Davidson Politano

Set in 1861 England, this unique book will keep you guessing. This is not your run-of-the-mill story and is quite unusual. Written in the first person, this tale of Aurelie Harcourt’s journey of discovery brings her face to face with deception, rejection, mystery, and a battle to win her rightful place within a family and […]

Dangerous Illusions, by Irene Hannon

Wow, you wouldn’t think a Christian fiction book would be so nerve-shatteringly suspenseful, would you? But this one is. Part of the author’s Code of Honor series, we find a vulnerable younger woman with some bad guys targeting her for a financial crime. Hannon is deft with both sweet romance and romantic suspense, so yes, […]

Fault Lines, by Thomas Locke

I believe this book falls into a category known as speculative fiction–one reviewer called it a psychological thriller, so take your pick. It reads like an action/adventure, but some fantasy is pivotal to the plot. An experimental psychological research program sets off the action. I don’t want to reveal too much, so as not to […]

Chasing Secrets, by Lynette Eason

Soon after a dramatic opening scene, we learn that a five-year old Irish child has gone missing for 25 years. It’s not spoiling the story to say that she was considered dead, but is alive and living in the United States…anything more might spoil the story, so get ready for a tale that will provide […]

Still Life, by Dani Pettrey

Hi! Susan with my latest book review: I received this book from a blog program I sometimes review books for. The author, Dani Pettry, crafts a compelling group of characters, a complex storyline, intriguing Baltimore setting, and a very satisfying journey to a thrilling ending. A shocking, layered mystery must be solved before the hero can be […]