The Drowning Woman by Robyn Harding delivered a suspense thriller that kept me on edge from beginning to end. Narrated by Brittany Wilkerson & Henriette Zoutomou you’ll want to grab this one.
I was in the mood for a good thriller and was curious about Catherine and her mother Ruth Sterling. I needed to know what secrets Ruth was hiding. Gone Tonight by Sarah Pekkanen was a slow-building suspenseful mystery thriller that built until it became unputdownable. Grab an iced coffee and check out my thoughts….
There is nothing like a horror story to cool you off in the dead of summer….. Dead of Winter by Darcy Coates is not for the faint of heart. Eight strangers trapped in a snowstorm, and one of them is a ruthless killer. Grab a cup of coffee, a blanket and perhaps turn on the lights for this intense thriller.
The Bones of the Story by Carol Goodman delivered a locked door mystery in the middle of a snowstorm at Briarwood College. Come see what I enjoyed about this suspenseful thriller.
I grabbed The Third to Die by Allison Brennan, the first audiobook in the Quinn & Costa crime thriller, after reading a review from a fellow blogger. She listened to a book later in the series. While Costa isn’t Italian, we share the same last name. The tale involves a serial killer who has plagued the Mobile Response Team lead by FBI special agent Mathias Costa.
Narrated by Imogen Church, Zero Days by Ruth Ware had me biting my nails and dealing with anxiety as Jackie, “Jack” races against the clock to figure out who murdered her husband Gabe and clear her name. Suspenseful and addictive, Ware will have you listening into the wee hours….
I was happy to review The Snow Girl by Javier Castillo before watching any adaptations. If you are looking for a missing persons case thriller, you’ll want to grab the Snow Girl.
Daisy Darker by Alice Feeney has been on my wishlist since its release. While looking for audiobooks to fulfil my goals for the Library Love Challenge, I came upon it and immediately downloaded it. Narrated by Stephanie Racine, I quickly became caught up in this isolated “And Then There Were None” murder mystery.