Narrated by Steve Crossley, The Warden by Jon Richter delivers a psychological thriller that will keep you on edge from the science fiction to the dystopian world. Grab an iced coffee and see why I enjoy Richter’s writing.
I enjoyed Camilla Sten’s atmospheric book, The Lost Village, last year, and I was eager to read her newest novel, The Resting Place. Sten delivered a spin-tingling, suspenseful thriller that kept me guessing.
I love a good thriller, and Clare Mackintosh delivered with Hostage. Narrated by Vinette Robinson, she takes you into the air and into the home of Mina, a flight attendant with a five-year-old daughter and a rocky marriage. Buckle up for a thrilling ride….
Courtney Summers has long been a favorite here at Caffeinated Reviewer, from her zombie dystopias to her mystery thrillers. Her newest novel The Project introduces us to an aspiring journalist as she searches for her sister within a cult.
Narrated by Hannah Arterton and John Heffernan, The Shadows by Alex North, Paul returns to the scene of a bizarre murder-mystery that will keep you listening into the wee hours.
For me summertime screams psychological thrillers and mysteries. The Girl from Widow Hill by Megan Miranda was the perfect fix. Miranda delivered a suspense, twisted and clever-murder mystery.