Reviews - Suspense/Thriller

Myface
Kevin
Landt

Angela Fox is the queen of Myface, a social media app that everyone is talking about. When her account is the hottest of the month, things go into overdrive and everything starts to unravel. You see, Angela is not real. Sebastian Shafer is determined to make a name for himself, if it comes to using Angela Fox to do it, then so be it.

From Fame To Ruin
Jina S.
Bazzar

Carol is dreading a flight, the weather is bad and the meeting she needs to attend to prepare her for a legal battle is worse yet. While waiting at the airport, she is befriended by a certain chatty male. Ricardo is quite taken with Carol and has an undeniable magnetism that both seem to appreciate.

Light At The End
Henry G. M.
Jones

PARANORMAL: Gordon Fulmer is a good father. But he failed his son when he lost Wyatt to a parent’s worst nightmare—a child’s death. Now, Wyatt is asking him to combat the evil that preys on society’s most innocent and helpless citizens, the same evil that stole him from Gordon. Wyatt silently points the way from beyond the grave, leading Gordon from one target to the next.

Dunmoor
London
Clarke

Lady Helena Winters hasn’t seen her husband in over a year. Because of his unexpected disappearance, she has gone back to live with her father in Kent. Unsure of what her next step should be, she decides to accompany her father on a visit to the Dunmoor estate. Her husband grew up on the estate, and there are rumors that it is cursed.

Danger Unknown
Kathi Oram
Peterson

Brooke Steward, the wife of a murdered police officer, is on the run. Brooke’s quick thinking turns into the unimaginable - a car accident - leaving her with a concussion and at the mercy of a good Samaritan, Michael Calder. Michael’s military history not only plagues him with nightmares, but his training as a military medic enables him to help Brooke.

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