Thrillers Of The Month – November 2014
The Thrillers Of The Month are:
- Eden Seed by Damian Peck
- The Little Black Dress by Linda Palund
- A Song For The Dying by Stuart MacBride, published by Harper Collins
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|Eden Seed by Damian Peck|
|Review by Jane Brown…
I have not enjoyed a thriller so much since I discovered Dan Brown. Wow, what a great read. This is the first book in the Matt Malcolm series.
The storyline is basically the struggle with life and the theory of immortality. This is a fast paced action packed thriller with a great story line. It takes the reader on a journey.
Matt Malcolm, the main character, is a marketing manager who comes across an ancient seed that has the can prolong the human life by more than nine hundred years and remain in good health – what a find. But as expected there is religion, evil and rivalry with a race to get to to the source of the drug of the century – the Eden Seed.
What can I say was up till all hours as I was unable to put the book down.
This author is set to go far, and this will be up on the shelf in the top ten. I cannot wait for book two.
Rating: Great Read!
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|The Little Black Dress by Linda Palund|
|Review by Leslie Gardner …
Despite some repetitions, and some worthy explanations of the ways of the world, this is a contemporary and refreshing crime story with light touches of the paranormal.
A wicked crime is revealed that haunted the victim, but staunch friends, and tolerant adults, see the odious creep who preys on teenagers get entangled.
Impressive array of characters dynamize what plot there is in present time. Recommended YA reading.
Rating: Recommended reading.
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|A Song For The Dying by Stuart MacBride|
|Review by RR Gordon, author of the bestselling Gull Rock…
Eight years ago, ‘The Inside Man’ murdered four women and left three more in critical condition – all of them with their stomachs slit open and a plastic doll stitched inside – and then the killer disappeared.Ash Henderson was a Detective Inspector on the initial investigation, but now his family life has been ruined, his career is in tatters.
Now a nurse has turned up dead on a patch of waste ground, a plastic doll buried beneath her skin, and it looks as if Ash might get a shot at redemption.
Stuart MacBride’s ex-detective, Ash Henderson, takes us on a gripping ride through the most gritty of thrillers. MacBride’s ability to draw an array of characters with whom we empathise, while fully aware of their flaws, means the reader is engaged from the start. An excellent, dark novel full of grit and vice...
Rating: An excellent thriller
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