Your House Will Pay is one of the best pieces of crime fiction I’ve read this year, written with the craft and storytelling ability most authors aspire to.
There comes a moment in the last quarter of Temper (or earlier if you’re better at this game than I am) when you realize how the story must end. When I got there, I smiled, said “holy s__t” and made sure I had enough time to finish author Layne Fargo’s amazing, raw, borderline psychologically damaging debut thriller.
Recommended: Where the Crawdads Sing by Delia Owens | Twice in my adult life I’ve cried at the end of a novel. The first time was when I finished Stephen King’s 11/22/63. The second was when I read the final scenes of Delia Owens’ breakout debut Where the Crawdads Sing.
Little Black Dress by Kim Black doesn’t fit into one genre, and that’s great news for readers. Though it’s a spy novel, it does not rely on many of the tropes that oftentimes accompany traditional espionage fiction. The most obvious difference is […]
The year is early, but The Broken Girls by Simone St. James is by far the best novel I’ve read in 2019 so far. This is not your typical thriller, and I should point out that The Broken Girls has three elements […]