Die Twice by Andrew Grant

The second book in the David Trevellyan series, and it’s a great thriller. For those who don’t know, Andrew Grant is the younger brother of Lee Child. An author in his own right, who’s been published since 2009, it was recently announced that he’ll take over writing...

The Drifter by Nick Petrie

In Peter Ash, Petrie has created a hero in the Jack Reacher mould but different. 5-Stars! How many times do you see a quote from Lee Child on a book cover? Or quotes from someone comparing a book to Lee Child’s novels, or a hero to Jack Reacher? Too often to shake a...

Walk the Wire by David Baldacci

Another book in the Amos Decker series. But this one is rather disappointing. David Baldacci is one of those authors whose books I wait for, so I was really chuffed to be able to read this new title via the BorrowBox library. Walk the Wire is Book 6 in his Amos Decker...

A Deadly Trade by E.V. Seymour

A spy thriller by British author E.V. Seymour which earns 4-Stars. Let’s be hypothetical… Imagine:You are a well trained and experienced assassin for hire.Your target is a female British research microbiologist who may or may not have created a deadly biological...

Ungentlemanly Warfare by Howard Linskey

5-Stars for this thriller set in World War II, involving a team of agents parachuted into France with orders to kill a German scientist. I’d never heard of British author, Howard Linskey. It was the title (and sub-title) of this book that caught my eye:...

The Paris Crime Files by Pierre Lemaitre

A gritty trilogy of thrillers from French author, Pierre Lemaitre. Irène, Alex and Camille is a trilogy of thrillers like no other. Confusingly, Fantastic Fiction says that Irène is the second book in the trilogy, although it’s actually the first, having been...