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  • 'Trust No One' by Jayne Ann Krentz: Mystery and Romance will thrill readers
    'Trust No One' by Jayne Ann Krentz: Mystery and Romance will thrill readers
    Jayne Ann Krentz's "Trust No One" is just the kind of book her many, many fans love. In fact, when the author's name is featured more prominently than the title, it's obvious that readers will buy the book just because of...
  • Lucille Ball
    Old-time radio, 13 January: Lucy does "Suspense"
    Cornell Woolrich is sometimes thought to have been the fourth-best mystery novelist in America in his time, behind Dashiell Hammett, Erle Stanley Gardner, and Raymond Chandler. Issues involving his estate will prove the main reason, it will be...
  • Taken 3
    Review: 'Taken 3' should end here
    “Taken 3” continues the story of ex-government agent Bryan Mills (Liam Neeson) in an action packed adventure, but this time with a twist. Instead of anyone being taken, Mills is on the run after being framed for the murder of his ex...
  • The Brothers' Keepers by NLB Horton
    Author’s Adventures Add Special Authenticity to Her Suspense Writing
    NLB Horton, author of The Brothers’ Keepers, has found herself in situations that would make great material for any writer’s next novel. She has surveyed Israeli and Jordanian archaeological digs, tossed a tarantula from her skiff into...
  • 'The Third Target.' by Joel C. Rosenberg
    'The Third Target' Begins J. Rosenberg's New Prophetical Suspense Fiction Series
    Joel Rosenberg begins a new and exciting suspense series, The Third Target scheduled forearly release January 6 due to rapid moving events the story reflects. Multiple themes of prophecy, biological and chemical warfare, the rise of ISIS and...
  • June Duprez
    Old-time radio, 28 December: A brief comeback and a memorable "Suspense"
    June Duprez is in the middle of what proves a very brief return to high-production-value film making, when she takes the lead in tonight'sSuspense, after her move to Hollywood from England nearly destroyed her career.Born during an air raid in...
  • 'Checkmate: The Bowers Files,' by Steven James
    'Checkmate' the Exciting Conclusion of Steven James , 'The Bowers Files'
    Steven James, three time Christy Awards winner for best suspense, concludes his decades long, adrenaline-laced series with Checkmate, number seven in The Bowers Files series that releases December 2. While previous books of The Bowers Files could...
  • 'Just Before Midnight: A Christmas Eve Novella,' by Mark Gilroy
    'Just Before Midnight: A Christmas Eve Novella,' by Mark Gilroy
    Author, editor and publisher, Mark Gilroy penned a sweet-spirited, character rich Christmas novella titled, Just Before Midnight that captures the spirit of Christmas in a 104 short pages. Which makes it a perfect read for time-challenged holidays...
  • Truth Seeker
    Exciting conspiracy novel with hopes of a movie
    If you love conspiracy themes, and I do, then Truth Seeker is a must-read. Robert Ludlum could not have crafted a more suspenseful tale of intrigue. J. Patrick O'Connor, whose career consisted oftwenty years in Private Security and...
  • Emma Sharpe hunts for a murderer and a thief
    Carol Neggers "Harbor Island" is a romantic suspense piece of fluff
    Carla Neggers latest Emma Sharpe / Colin Donovan romantic suspense novel "Harbor Island" is typical of her work. There is a fair bit romantic interludes between couples, a tale of unrequited love, a murder, a bare ounce of investigation...
  • Wolf Haven
    Interview with Lindsay McKenna, author of 'Wolf Haven'
    Today’s guest is Lindsay McKenna, author of the romantic suspense novel, Wolf Haven. Lindsay is proud to have served her country in the U.S. Navy as an aerographer’s mate third class—also known as a weather forecaster. She is one...
  • Gone Girl
    Gone, gone, girl
    Gone Girl: Rated “R“ (2 hours, 25 minutes) Starring: Ben Affleck, Rosamund Pike, Neil Patrick Harris, Missi Pyle, Kim DickensDirected by: David FincherAh, life in suburbia. On the day of his fifth wedding anniversary, Nick Dunne ...
  • The Purge
    Movie review: The Purge
    In the future all crime is legal once a year for 12 hours during an event called The Purge. After locking themselves in their home, the Sandin family is ready to ride out the night when an unknown thrill-killer and his crew come knocking at the...
  • 'Peeping Tom'
    DVD review: 'Peeping Tom'
    An early entry in the exploration of voyeurism and obsession in the horror genre, 'Peeping Tom' warrants a viewing. How is that for irony?Our story begins with an unseen figure approaching a prostitute and going back to her place. He then...
  • A Walk Among the Tombstones
    Private eyes are watching you
    A Walk Among the Tombstones is not just another action film that has helped re-invigorate Liam Neeson’s career. Yes, there are some fight scenes but generally this movie is a thriller/mystery. Though the same could be said of the last film...