"Three Chicago women have been found strangled, embalmed, and posed as if still alive. Doubting the findings of the local PD’s profiler, The FBI calls on forensic psychologist Zoe Bentley to investigate.
Zoe quickly gets off on the wrong foot with her new partner, Special Agent Tatum Gray. Zoe’s a hunter, intense and focused; Tatum’s a smug maverick with little respect for the rules. Together, they must descend into a serial killer’s psyche and untangle his twisted fantasies, or more women will die. But when the contents of three inconspicuous envelopes reveal a chilling connection to gruesome murders from Zoe’s childhood, suddenly the hunter becomes the hunted."
The Enemy (Jack Reacher #8) by Lee Child 4.5 Stars
"It was supposed to be just one more ridealong, a night when high schooler Melissa Latham accompanies her father on his patrol. But when a psychotic killer targets them for a wicked game, the night turns into a high-speed chase where there is no prize for second place.
They have to find a killer before he murders the next one of their friends."
Memoirs of The (Not-So) Grim Reaper by Robert Ullrich (4-Stars)
Yes, I wrote it. That doesn't mean it isn't worth reading. Although it is humorous - it is thought provoking. Challenging perceptions of God and the creation processes.
Read it - you won't be disappointed as the Reaper pulls you in to the story by speaking directly to you, the reader.
Darkness Light by Michaelbrent Collings 4-Stars
As I mentioned before, I've become a recent fan of Michaelbrent Collings' physchological thrillers and horror stories.
"A man with no past, but who holds the future of the world in his hands. A woman who has sworn to protect him, for reasons she does not understand. A killer who must destroy them, or lose all he holds dear. They are running—from each other, from the plague that is killing all around them, from the dark forces beyond their understanding. Running from shadow to shadow. From dark to dark. Hoping to find light. Hoping that this darkness is not all there is. Hoping…because hope is all they have in This Darkness Light"
The Last Nazi (A Joe Johnson Thriller #1) by Andrew Turpin 4.5 Stars
"The buried contents of a Nazi train. An aging SS mass-murderer. And the wartime secrets of a U.S. presidential hopeful’s Jewish family, hidden for seven decades.
War crimes investigator and ex-CIA officer Joe Johnson is more than intrigued when he learns of a link between the contents of a Nazi train, hidden by Hitler's Third Reich, a ruthless blackmail plot, and financing for a U.S. presidential hopeful’s 2012 campaign.
With dramatic settings, explosive action and characters readers will come to love, The Last Nazi is a gripping full-length thriller—the first in a forthcoming series featuring Joe Johnson."