I’ve added this one to my stack as I love sister stories. I’ll let you know what I think!
Another great novel I have to read! Now on my TBR pile. A great way to spend the summer–reading!
Bloody Creek Murder, A Winston Radhauser Mystery 6, Susan Clayton-Goldner
General Fiction (Adult), Mystery and thrillers.
Well, by now Radhauser is feeling a bit like an old friend. I know if ever I had need of the police I want someone like him on the case. He’s moral, dedicated but not one of those folk who want to find someone to blame, anyone will do, for him it needs to be the right person.
This book shows too well the pressures the police often face by the media to find a culprit, but like Radhauser I feel finding the actual person who did the crime is important, not just someone to keep the police looking good in the eyes of the media. In this day though, when appearance is all, when money, elections, voting and popularity are so important its simple to be sucked in and take the easy route…
View original post 257 more words
Ludwig does it again–makes my reading pile totter and threaten to fall! But what a fall. What thrillers! Hot summer nights and these novels. Got it?
Heartbreaking & Healing: a tale of love & loss in a small California town
I can’t thank Ludwig enough. Not only for his review of my noir novel but for keeping me up-to-date with the latest thrillers. He knows his craft (and what he loves), and I wonder what would happen if he applied what he knows to writing his own thriller. What do you say, Ludwig?