Soul Raging is the third and final book in Ronie Kendig‘s The Book of the Wars trilogy. We meet Leif Metcalfe in Ronie Kendig’s previous series, The Tox Files, and in The Book of the Wars, we watch him lead his own team to save the world from disaster. Soul Raging picks up where the previous book, Kings Falling leaves off.
Book Review | Dead EndBethany House, Books Review, Christian Fiction, NetGalley, Novels, Romantic Suspense, Suspense/Thriller, Writing Spot
Dead End is the third and final book in Nancy Mehl‘s Kaely Quinn Profiler series. Over the past two books, we’ve watched Kaely go toe-to-toe with various serial killers. But in Dead End she’s forced to face the most personal one of all: her father.
Book Review | Fire StormBethany House, Books Review, Writing Spot
Fire Storm is the second book in Nancy Mehl’s Kaely Quinn Profiler series. Kaely has returned home to help her brother care for her mom, but unable to turn away from a community in need, she takes on a serial arsonist. Unofficially.
Reading Wednesday | Storm RisingBethany House, Books Review, Christian Fiction, Novels, Romantic Suspense, Suspense/Thriller, Writing Spot
Storm Rising is the first book in Ronie Kendig’s latest series, The Book of the Wars. Leif Metcalfe, who first appeared in The Tox Files, now leads his own team as they track down the apocalyptic artifact The Book of the Wars.
Reading Wednesday | Splintered SilenceBooks Review, Novels, Suspense/Thriller, Writing Spot
Splintered Silence is the first book in Susan Furlong’s Bone Gap Travellers Mystery Series. It tells the story of Brynn Callahan, an ex-Marine who returns home with her three-legged cadaver dog after their medical discharge. But home is a troubled place, even more so after Wilco, her dog, discovers the remains of a murder victim.
The Other Woman by Hank Ryan: a book reviewBooks Review, Mystery, Novels, Suspense/Thriller, Writing Spot
When I had the opportunity to meet Hank Phillippi Ryan during a book signing, I jumped at the chance. I hadn’t read one of her books yet, but as a writer, I enjoy hearing from other successful writers. She was delightful to listen to and I had to read one of her books. I chose The Other Woman, first in her Jane Ryland series.
Mystery, Suspense, and their DefinitionsNovels, Storytelling, Thoughts on Writing, Writing Spot
The past few weeks, I’ve been doing research on genres. Specifically the difference between mysteries, suspense, and thrillers. All of these are often found under the greater umbrella of crime fiction, but lately, mysteries have come to stand on their own. Thrillers can also be tied to horror and suspense is often left in the dark. So, what is the best way to define these genres?