Two Girls Down by Louisa Luna

February 10th, 2020 Kimberly Review 13 Comments

10th Feb
Two Girls Down by Louisa Luna

Two Girls Down by Louisa Luna is the first Alice Vega mystery-thriller and after reading The Janes, I had to come back to the beginning to see how Max and Alice began working together. Fast-paced and intense, these two make the perfect PI partners as they search for two missing girls.

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Alone in the Wild by Kelley Armstrong

February 4th, 2020 Kimberly Review 23 Comments

4th Feb
Alone in the Wild by Kelley Armstrong

Alone in the Wild by Kelley Armstrong is the fifth novel in the Casey Duncan series set in Rockton, Alaska, a remote village cut off from civilization. Twists, complex characters, the wild landscape of the Yukon and an intense case will keep readers flipping the pages.

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A Madness of Sunshine by Nalini Singh

December 2nd, 2019 Kimberly Review 20 Comments

2nd Dec
A Madness of Sunshine by Nalini Singh

I fully intended to read A Madness of Sunshine by Nalini Singh, but when I saw Saskia Maarleveld was narrating I grabbed my earbuds instead. Singh delivered a suspenseful thriller set in a small coastal town in New Zealand. Gritty and slow to unfold, the narrative pulled me in and it transported me….

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Hunting Annabelle by Wendy Heard

December 18th, 2018 Kimberly Review 36 Comments

18th Dec
Hunting Annabelle by Wendy Heard

A gritty, gripping, edge of your seat read with an unreliable narrator and unexpected twists, Hunting Annabelle by Wendy Heard is perfect for fans of You by Caroline Kepnes. What happens when a recently released psychiatric prison patient befriends a girl who then ends up missing. Strap in because the ride is twisted.  

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The Man On The Roof by Michael Stephenson

June 27th, 2018 Kimberly Review 11 Comments

27th Jun
The Man On The Roof by Michael Stephenson

The Man On The Roof by Michael Stephenson shares a suspenseful murder mystery as we delve into the homes of a small suburban tree-lined street. One of them is a killer. How well do you know your neighbors? Dark, gritty and engaging Stephenson shows us what goes on behind closed doors. 

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