Author Archives: djpaterson

About djpaterson

Reader, Writer, Arithmeticer. Not always in that order.

Review: The Unkind Hours, by Dwayne Alexander Smith

Steven Burns, a former major league baseball player, had the perfect life… until his five year old daughter is abducted and murdered. With zero suspects the police are left baffled and Steven must accept the haunting loss without justice. Until… … Continue reading

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Review: A Deathly Silence, by Jane Isaac

When the mutilated body of a police officer is found in a derelict factory, the Hamptonshire police force is shocked to the core. DCI Helen Lavery returns from injury leave and is immediately plunged into an investigation like no other. … Continue reading

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Review: Tell Me Lies, by Ed James

Megan Holliday opens her eyes and finds herself slumped on her doorstep. The last thing she remembers is being in the car with her two kids. She sees a handwritten note on her lap – Don’t call the police. It’s … Continue reading

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Review: The Twisted Web, by Rebecca Bradley

A social media shaming. A killer with a message. A deadly combination. When the body of a man is left in the city centre set up as a realistic police crime scene, DI Hannah Robbins is forced to enter a … Continue reading

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Review: Impostor, by LJ Ross

After an elite criminal profiling unit is shut down amid a storm of scandal and mismanagement, only one person emerges unscathed. Forensic psychiatrist Doctor Alexander Gregory has a reputation for being able to step inside the darkest minds to uncover … Continue reading

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Reviews: Blowout and Greenwash, by Colleen Cross

Two book reviews in one! Blowout is book 3 in the Katerina Carter fraud thriller series. Here’s the blurb: On private investigator Katerina Carter’s trip to a remote island aboard a luxurious yacht, she suspects the boat’s slick and charming … Continue reading

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Review: Resthaven, by Erik Therme

The last thing Kaylee wants to do is participate in a childish scavenger hunt – especially inside the abandoned retirement home on the edge of town. When she finds a bruised, deaf boy hiding inside one of the rooms, she … Continue reading

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