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A Moving Screen

Reading can be addictive. Just like all drugs, reading provides an escape. For a short period of time one can live an adventure through the life of characters in a novel. 227 more words

A Moving Screen

The Best Thriller Novels Have Character

What Are the Best Thriller Novels? The best thriller novels are those novels with a central character that can get himself or herself out of any situation. 337 more words

A False Start

Book Review: Subject 375 (The Project Trilogy Book 1) by Nikki Owen

This well told chilling mystery thriller is about Dr Maria Martinez, a consultant plastic surgeon accused and convicted of the murder of a priest, Father O’Donnell. 175 more words

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Advance Book Review: Play Dead (DI Kim Stone Book 4) by Angela Marsons

I totally loved this fourth book in the DI Kim Stone crime thriller series, where Kim and her team once again find a gruesome case of murders to solve. 243 more words

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Book Review: The Missing by CL Taylor

Claire Wilkinson and her husband Mark are to make another television plea about their missing 15 year old son, Billy. Billy has been gone for six months and there has been no news of him and they hope this fresh plea will jog someone’s memory. 198 more words

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13 CAMERAS (2015)

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Written and directed by Victor Zarcoff, this is a creepy little thriller about an invasion of privacy and then a disturbing escalation that includes kidnapping and murder. 717 more words

Horror You Might Have Missed

Book Review: Hex by Thomas Olde Heuvelt

This unique horror story tells of a town, Black Spring, which has a history of bad luck or being cursed. Not only does the symbol of the curse, a manifestation of allegedly an old witch, Katherine, appear like clockwork throughout the town but the town have implemented an emergency decree, which tells every resident how to live with the strange phenomenon and to keep town matters confidential. 200 more words

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