Tag: thriller

Interview with Elka Ray

Elka Ray is a Canadian/UK author, editor, and illustrator. For adults, Elka writes crime, and is the author of three novels – the upcoming romantic mystery Divorce is Murder, due out with Seventh Street/Prometheus in June 2019; Saigon Dark (2016), a noir thriller; a lighter mystery, Hanoi Jane (2011); and a collection of short crime…

By C.S. O'Cinneide January 28, 2019 0

Snap By Belinda Bauer

There are a lot of scary stories told from the perspective of children these days. Whether it is the resurrection of Stephen King’s IT or the mass popularity of Stranger Things, young people are at the forefront of bad things happening.  I think it is a result of people getting tired of the “terrified woman”…

By C.S. O'Cinneide January 14, 2019 0

Book Review: Death Flight by Melissa Yi

“My cochlea vibrates for thee.” Only a real doctor and romantic could coin such a phrase. And Melissa Yi is both. Her bad guy busting medical resident and possible avatar, Dr. Hope Sze, takes to the not-so-friendly skies in Death Flight, the sixth book in her popular thriller series. Hope still can’t decide between Ryan…

By C.S. O'Cinneide September 10, 2018 4

Interview with Elle Wild

ELLE WILD grew up in a dark, rambling farmhouse in the wilds of Canada where there was nothing to do but read Edgar Allan Poe and watch PBS mysteries. Elle Wild’s debut novel, Strange Things Done, is a double Arthur Ellis Award Winner. In 2017, she won “Best First Novel”, presented by Kobo, and in 2015 won the Arthur…

By C.S. O'Cinneide July 16, 2018 0

Interview with Kim Moritsugu

Bio Kim Moritsugu was born and raised in Toronto. She holds Bachelor of Arts and Master of Business Administration degrees from the University of Toronto and worked for several years in a corporate setting before becoming a full-time fiction writer. Kim is the author of six novels so far: the romantic comedy Looks Perfect (shortlisted…

By C.S. O'Cinneide June 18, 2018 0

Force of Nature – Jane Harper

Five women co-workers go into the Australian woods for a three-night camping trip organized by Executive Adventures. What could go wrong? A hell of a lot. I have been sent on these corporate team building events myself, and they are at their best awkward and at their worst a reminder of why you never see…

By C.S. O'Cinneide June 4, 2018 0