Author: Lisa Gardner Title: Crash & Burn Publisher: Headline Paperback: 384 pages ISBN: 978-1472220264 Price: £7.99 Publication Date: 16/07/2015 My initial reaction on receiving Lisa Gardner’s latest novel, Crash & Burn, was that it sounded like fairly familiar psychological thriller / woman-in-peril territory. A woman, Nicky Frank, is in a car crash. When the police find her she […]
Category Archive for 'Psychological Thriller'
Author: Mo Hayder Title: Wolf Publisher: Bantam Paperback: 544 pages ISBN: 978-0857500786 Price: £7.99 Publication Date: 12/02/2015 As someone with a number of ties to Bristol, and who visits the area a few times a year, I have to admit that Mo Hayder’s recent Jack Caffery novels set in the area have tended to make me […]
Author: Gillian Flynn Title: Gone Girl Publisher: Phoenix Paperback: 463 pages ISBN: 978-0-7538-2766-6 Price: £7.99 Publication Date: 03/01/2013 At the outset of this review, I have a confession to make. When this novel first came out, and was picking up momentum as a bestseller, I took a conscious decision not to read it. To be completely […]
Author: Harlan Coben Title: Six Years Publisher: Orion Paperback: 358 pages ISBN: 978-1-4091-0394-3 Price: £7.99 Publication Date: 27/02/14 The one thing that has always set Harlan Coben’s thrillers apart is his ability not only to create an original and compelling premise, but also to maintain that premise to its conclusion. All too often novels in this […]
Author: S.J. Bolton Title: Now You See Me Publisher: Bantam Press Hardback: 391 pages ISBN: 978-0-593-06413-9 Price: £12.99 Publication Date: 26/05/2011 If there are any spelling mistakes or grammatical errors in this review then it’s not my fault. I’m currently typing on my laptop whilst hidden under my bed in complete darkness. The curtains are […]
Author: Sophie Hannah Title: Lasting Damage Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton Hardback: 438 pages ISBN: 978-0-340-98065-1 Price: £12.99 Publication Date: 17/02/2011 I know that buying a new house is supposed to be a scary and life-changing experience, but I didn’t realise that it could be quite so … deadly! But, this being a Sophie Hannah psychological […]