I love a good mystery-thriller and find they are perfect listens on audio. Such was the case with, The Silent Patient by Alex Michaelides. Addictive, twisted and suspenseful I found myself completely ensnared.
First, I did not one-click this book because the dude on the cover reminded me of Keanu Reeves. 👀 Ok, so maybe I did! 🤣 But, I love romantic suspense and I wanted to try this author. Plus the synopsis grabbed me. ‘Nough said.
The Turn of the Key by Ruth Ware narrated by the wickedly talented Imogen Church was twisted, suspenseful, scary and completely addictive. I could not stop listening! Brilliant.
Cursed by Benedict Jacka is the second audiobook in the Alex Verus urban fantasy series. Alex and his motley crew of friends are growing on me. I had a blast with this listen and watching them get out of danger as they solved this newest case.
I am continuing to work on some of my favorite author backlists and finally devoured The Mesmerized on a rainy afternoon in late March. A kick-ass Korean American must save her family and the world when they come under attack.
The Seekers by Heather Graham takes us to a haunted old inn on the road between Philadelphia and Harrisburg. It’s the site of a horrific murder, but when a new body turns up it the Krewe of Hunters and nonfiction crime author, Kerri Wolf turn to the past to solve the present case.
Windy City Dragon by Genevieve Jack is the second audiobook in the Treasure of Paragon paranormal romance series and features a forbidden romance, suspense, and an overall series arc. Dragons, vampires, and witches oh my!
Darkness on the Edge of Town by Adam Christopher is the second audiobook in the Stranger Things series based on the Netflix Show Stranger Things and tells the story of Chief Jim Hopper, an NYPD Detective as he shares a case with Eleven. Entertaining and creepy, grab your earbuds!
A former member of a covert rescue team turned dog-walker plays a deadly game of cat and mouse with a killer in Fatal Encounter by Jannine Gallant. Can she trust the dashing author offering her aid? Grab a cup of coffee and see why I recommend this first in series romantic suspense.