Crime Novels About Serial Killers

Crime Novels About Serial Killers

An edge-of-your-seat read that rapidly builds momentum Nature vs Nurture Diary of Serial Killer delivers a powerful sense of the macabre and a clever plot.

LGBTG Mystery, Thriller & Suspense (Books)

LGBTG Mystery, Thriller & Suspense (Books)

Never less than the slick, precision-honed writing Anderson’s fans have come to expect 81 Today is a blast and an antipathy to the vast majority of formulaic and forgettable releases that litter the genre.

British Murder Mystery Novels

British Murder Mystery Novels

Original crime fiction with a sublime twist, ‘Anita’s Lot’ prospers in every way a Murder Mystery should with Clive Lord giving his readers a peak beneath the veneer of the glamorous and exclusive world of art auctions.

International Police Thrillers

International Police Thrillers

Every bit as thrilling and engrossing as Chernov’s previous releases, Commissar and Severed Echoes, Cold Trace sees the return of Nick Severs in another smart and enormously enjoyable thriller.

Women’s Crime Fiction

Women's Crime Fiction

A hauntingly riveting read that quickly cranks up a full head of steam, What Happens In Montana delivers a compelling sense of fun and a sure-footed plot with Kim McCollum careful not to sacrifice pace for superfluous detail.

Crime Fiction Thriller Series

Crime Fiction Thriller Series

Taut, corrosive and compelling, Eva Carmichael’s latest release has the galvanic appeal of her previous release “A Twisted Mind” in its portrait of a twisted and savage criminal.

Police Procedurals Book Reviews

Police Procedurals Book Reviews

Firing on all cylinders as a crime thriller and police procedural there’s something elemental about Brenham’s writing that proves wholly riveting. Once Upon A Crime lunges for our collective viscera in its opening sequence and never lets go.

Occult Horror Novels New Releases

Occult Horror Novels New Releases

Rarely is the pervading presence of evil so manifestly demonstrated as it is with Mr. Goodnews, whose presence remains prevailingly disturbing throughout. There’s no unnecessary glut of blood and hysteria, it isn’t needed, with the continuous threat existing in a predatory intelligence.

Psychological Crime Fiction

Psychological Crime Fiction

A genuinely ominous and suspenseful crime thriller ‘And the Dead Shall Live’ is as atmospheric as they come, but it’s also cuttingly sharp with real momentum.

Police Procedurals Novels

Police Procedurals novels

Tense, captivating, disturbing and psychologically rich When Things Fall Apart proves a classy and edgy thriller with Brenham keeping the stylistic pyrotechnics of the genre to a refreshing minimum.