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.
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….
The Shape of Night delivered a suspenseful thriller with a touch of murder, a dash of romance, and a twist of paranormal.
The Institute by Stephen King was one of my most anticipated audiobooks this fall. Narrated by Santino Fontana, this addictive and twisted tale pulled me in as only King can.
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.
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.
The subject matter of Aftermath is upsetting but I received a copy in the mail and decided to try it. I am really glad that I did. While relevant, it takes a look at the families affected by school shooting and shares the friendship between a shooter’s sister and the brother of a victim. Armstrong added a suspenseful thread and sweet romance to the story making it a worthy read.
This Fallen Prey returns us to the remote town of Rockton, in Kelley Armstrong’s gripping Casey Duncan suspense series. Sheriff Eric Dalton and Detective Casey Duncan have their hands full when the Council has them babysitting a serial killer. Twists and non-stop danger had me reading into the wee hours.