To catch the killer, can D. I. Kim Stone confront the demons of her own past before it’s too late?
Category: Book Reviews
Quality book reviews by suspense writer Rowena Holloway. Reviews across all genres, with emphasis on suspense and women’s fiction.
Take one vigilanti cop, add a criminalist who won’t let go and you get a crime novel with an interesting moral dilemma at its heart.
In The Other Side of the Season by Jenn J McLeod family secrets are exposed, but will discovery bring about devastation or a happy ending?
A woman in danger, trouble with her children, an ex-husband who isn’t who he pretends to be–there is much to like about this second novel from Australian author Amanda Ortlepp.
In 1950s Brighton can former secret operative Mirabelle Bevan unravel the mystery behind a missing woman and her newborn baby and save an old friend from certain death?
Grief and the mercurial nature of relationships make this a powerful story of love and loss.
Deft characterisation and layered revelations make this disquieting novel difficult to put down.
Confirming her place as one of Australia’s best suspense authors, Darkest Place by Jaye Ford is a taut and creepy page turner.
There is more going on than appears in this tense thriller from Rachel Amphlett.
Set against the turbulent aftermath of World War 2, Devastation Road tells of a man rediscovering his memory and his past.