By the book's end readers will be thoroughly enjoying the romantic aspects of the story and the mystery becomes more defined
For those of us who have been reading the adventures of Lincoln Rhyme and Amelia Sachs for the past 12 or more novels by Jeffery Deaver, nothing could make them better than they are. They are dramatic, clever, entertaining and fully enjoyable so why mess with a good thing.
Jonathan Kellerman is world-renowned for his excellent mysteries concerning psychologist Dr. Alex Delaware. This time out, however, he writes his new novel about another psychologist, Dr. Grace Blades.
The Kennedy Connection was a cleverly written, suspenseful page turner in the best sense and Shooting for the Stars is its' worthy successor. In this saga, Malloy is thrown into the sleazy, headline-grabbing world of a prime-time TV newsmagazine when he joins forces with a beautiful reporter who has uncovered answers long buried that lead to the solving of a cold case from decades before.
I lose energy when I am in a crowd of people. It's almost like my light switch goes off and my ability to interact with people just shuts down. My switch flipped off about an hour before the show was over. I'm sorry, I mean about an hour before the murder was solved.
Sasha Arango's THE TRUTH AND OTHER LIES is like no other book you will read this summer. It is a mystery that is never concluded; a character study that is never fully formed. It is a book without heroes - just villains and inept individuals.
"Ascension" is a new mini-series on the Syfy Channel that shows a lot of promise. It is a story about a manned spaceship on a one hundred year journey to a new planet, that is also a murder mystery. Both facets of the show are interesting and so you get the best of both worlds.
The state removed the children from the home after Peter Boy's disappearance. Peter Boy's step-siblings went to live with
It's hard enough playing one suspect in a murder mystery musical. Imagine playing all 13 suspects -- while never leaving the stage? In the hit whodunit comedy, Murder for Two, that's exactly what Jeff Blumenkrantz flawlessly does.
Mary Higgins Clark isn't sharp and edgy; she is interesting and fun. She doesn't pile on the gore but rather just piles on the suspense. She makes reading her books an enjoyable experience.
Upon arriving at the Dollhouse, guests are ushered in by policemen dressed in period-specific uniforms and handed a slip of paper that contains a role or assignment for the night.
Coben is to be commended for creating a YA novel that appeals to readers of all ages but fits into the YA criteria. I for one am looking forward to the next Mickey Bolitar adventure.