T is For
Trouble In Mind by Jeffery Deaver. When it comes to short stories, Deaver is the master of the evil twist. Trouble In Mind is his latest collection with the promise of more collections on the way in the none to distant future.
U is For
Ultimatum by Simon Kernick. If you want a guaranteed one sitting, race against time thriller you can’t go wrong with anything from Kernick, and whilst there are serial characters involved, the majority of books can be enjoyed as standalone novels.
V is For
Vendetta by Dreda Say Mitchell. Released on November 6th 2014, Vendetta sees a new direction for this award winning author. Watch out for LifeOfCri.me’s participation in next months Vendetta blog tour.
W is For
Watch Me by James Carol After recently finishing the first Jefferson Winter novel Broken Dolls, I can’t wait to get stuck into Watch Me. It’s also one of the books shortlisted for the Specsavers Crime Thriller Book Club Award 2014.
X is For
XO by Jeffery Deaver (bet you didn’t think I’d find an X did you?) The second Deaver of the week, XO is the third novel featuring Kathryn Dance as a lead following her introduction as a character in Deaver’s Lincoln Rhyme series, and it’s her best singular outing yet.
Y is For
You By Caroline Kepnes. A chilling account of unrelenting passion, and a perversely romantic thriller that’s more dangerously clever than any you’ve read before.
Z is For
Zoo by James Patterson & Michael Ledwidge. What A-Z of books wouldn’t be complete without a Patterson. As for me, I’m known for not being a fan of his production line style publishing, but I can’t deny that his books are addictive reads. That said, he needs to keep up that rate as my record for sitting and reading one of his books from beginning to end is 2hrs 27 minutes…..