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#BookReview Greenwich Park by Katherine Faulkner

Greenwich Park by Katherine Faulkner was a delightfully binge-worthy book that I couldn't get my hands off of. I managed to binge-read this book in three nights. I had to put it down, but I really didn't want to. I love a great thriller read with leading women, especially when it makes you question what… Continue reading #BookReview Greenwich Park by Katherine Faulkner

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#BookReview Combustible Punch by Paul Michael Peters

Combustible Punch is a thriller by Paul Michael Peters that opens up with one wow-ing chapter. When you open up to a woman introducing herself as a serial killer after a romp with our main character in a hotel, it is quite jarring and intriguing. I haven't found many first chapters that have me raising… Continue reading #BookReview Combustible Punch by Paul Michael Peters

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#BookReview A Better Part of Valor by Gary Corbin

A Better Part of Valor is an epic finale to one great mystery and thrill-filled book! I've been a fan of Gary Corbin for quite a while. His books just read the right way for me, and I've been vining along with every new release ever since. When you find those authors, you cling to… Continue reading #BookReview A Better Part of Valor by Gary Corbin

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#BookReview The Lion’s Den by Katherine St. John

A while back, The Lion's Den seemed to be advertised EVERYWHERE. Maybe it was just me and my book reading habit that the ads picked up on, but I kept seeing it over and over. I really wanted to take a dip into the waters of this book, but I kept putting it off. The… Continue reading #BookReview The Lion’s Den by Katherine St. John

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#BookReview Spiral by Khaled Talib

Khaled Talib has crafted another magnificent thriller, called Spirals, to keep you on the edge of your seats. In Spiral, Laurence Turner is apart of many tragic, surprise events that just keep coming his way. He's been around enough dead people to make it suspicious. Honestly, it's amazing this guy hasn't been labelled suspicious before!… Continue reading #BookReview Spiral by Khaled Talib

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#BookReview The Extra Cadaver Murder by Roy Innes

The Extra Cadaver Murder by Roy Innes is honestly one of my new fave mystery books! Canadian book? Check! Murder mystery? Check! Female lead who is realistic? Check! What more can a Canadian book lover, like myself, ask for?! Roy Innes has crafted one amazing book that had me hooked to every word. I almost… Continue reading #BookReview The Extra Cadaver Murder by Roy Innes

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#TopBooksList Briar’s Crime, Mystery & Thriller Reads

It's that time again! I have created another master list of some epic reads that kept me busy throughout the past couple of years. This time around I decided to do a little crime, mystery, suspense and thrilling reads! I have a fondness for crime novels and suspense always get me hooked! This is only… Continue reading #TopBooksList Briar’s Crime, Mystery & Thriller Reads

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#BookReview A Woman of Valor by Gary Corbin

A Woman of Valor is the newest addition to Gary Corbin's literary genius line-up! I loved Gary Corbin's Mountain Man series, so it was a no brainer for me to pick up A Woman of Valor. Especially since this novel focused on a woman in a crime setting - I'm a real sucker for The… Continue reading #BookReview A Woman of Valor by Gary Corbin

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#BookReview Reclaiming Raven by Mary Holt

    Reclaiming Raven is an intense thriller by Mary Holt. If you're looking for a book that will blow your mind, Reclaiming Raven fits the bill. I was truly blown away by the intensity of this book, since I really wasn't expecting it to be so wild. Raven is trying to escape her abusive… Continue reading #BookReview Reclaiming Raven by Mary Holt

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#BookReview Murder on the Orient Express by Agatha Christie

I have been wanting to read books by Agatha Christie for years, yet whenever I made it to a bookstore I would get lost in the aisles and forget about my desires. Luckily for me, Kennett Branagh decided to remake Murder on the Orient Express. The movie was fantastic and everything I wanted it to… Continue reading #BookReview Murder on the Orient Express by Agatha Christie