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Thriller von J.J. Franck

Raven is a murder mystery about a homicide detective, Don Morgan, who while investigating the brutal death of an attractive woman, Raven VanBuren, becomes obsessed with her portrait. Raven was the personal assistant to a missing Senator, which seems to complicate the situation and complicates Don’s investigation. When Raven turns up alive Don is faced with the fact that she is now his prime suspect in a murder and knows more than she is letting on about the disappearance of the Senator.

Lillian Francken schreibt in unterschiedlichen Genres und ihre Krimis und Thriller veröffentlicht sie unter dem Pseudonym J.J. Franck. “Funny and so mysterious.” (Leserin) (5 Rezensionen / 4,4 Sterne), 200 Seiten – noch gratis?

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A Dead Man in Trieste

Historischer Krimi von Michael Pearce

It’s in Trieste, in 1906, that a British consul named Lomax vanishes, spurring an investigation destined to expose an identity-falsification scandal, risk fueling nationalistic hatreds, and thrust a young sleuth into the arms of a free-spirited „fancy woman.“ The detective in question is Sandor Seymour, reared by immigrant parents in London’s working-class East End and now a multilingual officer with Special Branch.

Michael Pearce, geb. 1933 ist ein englischer Autor historischer Krimis. “Pearce has a very dry sense of humor which some people may find off putting but how else to highlight the difference between the British Establishment’s haughty world views when living and working among the inhabitants of a differnt world?” (Leser) (9 Rezensionen / 3,3 Sterne), 192 Seiten noch günstig?

The Renegade Spy

Thriller von Mark O’Neill

The German chancellor, Claudia Meyer, is riding a wave of popularity at home. But she also has her enemies, and one of them has hired an assassin – nicknamed „The Scorpion“ – for twenty million Euros to kill her. Little does the chancellor know that the Scorpion is relentless. He is ruthless, and he is extremely good at his job. The government has no clue what the Scorpion looks like and how he will strike. Not even her bodyguards are a guarantee of safety.

Mark O’Neill ist ein Schotte, aber er lebt schon länger in Deutschland und so ist es kein Wunder, dass er Thriller mit einer deutschen Heldin verfasst. “This story takes you along with the Scorpion, step by step, trying to prove he’s the best at what he does.” (Leserin) (18 Rezensionen / 4,1 Sterne), 170 Seiten – noch gratis?

Let’s Kill The President Thriller von Kim Young
Schön, aber einsam ist Lola gefangen zwischen ihrem neuen Ehemann Michael, dem neuen Präsidenten der Vereinigten Staaten und ihren stummen, aber tobenden Anfällen von Depression. Isoliert und verloren kann sie sich nirgends hinwenden und hat niemanden, auf den sie sich stützen kann. „The book is well written with the occasional reference to actual events and discreetly to present-day political figures, all of which lend a certain authenticity to a fictional story. It is an exciting read from cover to cover.“ (Leser) (3 Rezensionen / 4,6 Sterne), 212 Seiten – noch gratis?

Paris 1934 Historischer Thriller von Paul A. Myers
The novel’s rich detail evokes lively, early 20th century photographs of Parisian cafe scenes and cityscapes, bringing the era to life. The novel opens with mounting political turmoil, but Sandrine’s presence adds a fun and lively quality to the story, balancing the dryer facts of the historical events that serve as the novel’s background. „The novel’s rich detail evokes lively, early 20th century photographs of Parisian cafe scenes and cityscapes, bringing the era to life. The novel opens with mounting political turmoil, but Sandrine’s presence adds a fun and lively quality to the story, balancing the dryer facts of the historical events that serve as the novel’s background. “ (Leserin) (3 Rezensionen / 3,5 Sterne), 258 Seiten – noch gratis?

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The Chelsea Strangler

Historischer Krimi von Susanna Gregory

In the sapping summer heat of 1665 there is little celebration in London of the naval victory at the Battle of Lowestoft. The King, his retinue and anyone with sufficient means has fled the plague-ridden city, its half-deserted streets echoing to the sound of bells tolling the mounting number of deaths. Those who remain clutch doubtful potions to ward off the relentless disease and dart nervously past shuttered buildings, watchful for the thieves who risk their lives to plunder what has been left behind.

Susanna Gregory, eigentlich Elizabeth Cruwys, ist seit vielen Jahren eine sehr beliebte englische Autorin historischer Krimis. “Historical characters are woven into the fictional narrative with great skill by the author, and the story races along at a great pace.” (Leser) (30 Rezensionen / 4,6 Sterne), 496 Seiten noch günstig?

Don’t Speak Krimi von J. L. Brown
Die ehrgeizige, etwas über zwanzigjährige FBI-Agentin Jade Harrington bricht ihren Urlaub ab, um den Mord einer konservativen Rundfunk-Persönlichkeit zu ermitteln und entdeckt, dass er möglicherweise das Opfer eines Serienmörders ist. The characters are unique, diverse, and well developed, the pace is fun to read, the twists are surprising and well executed, and I loved the theme of feminine strength and power – two strong female lead characters – which didn’t take too much away from the guys.“ (Leserin) (125 Rezensionen / 4,4 Sterne), 398 Seiten – noch gratis?

Hier geht es zum Tagesartikel von Sonntag, dem 07.01.2018

The Corps Justice Series

Thriller von C. G. Cooper

Back to War In a bloody gang initiation gone wrong, Former Marine Staff Sergeant Cal Stokes simultaneously loses his fiancé and is thrust into America’s unforgiving criminal underbelly. Council of Patriots A small group of retired politicians form to protect America. The Council of Patriots is born. Former Marine Cal Stokes, and his team at SSI, head to Las Vegas, to uncover an invisible enemy that threatens to infiltrate the Democratic National Convention. Prime Asset Cal Stokes’s good friend, Neil Patel, has disappeared. Following the trail to Jackson Hole, Wyoming, Stokes and his men must find the culprit and rescue their colleague before it’s too late.

C. G. Cooper setzt seine militärischen Erfahrungen in Thriller um, die die Leser begeistern. „Well-executed beginning to a series of military/techno thrillers. Unlike most of what I’ve read in the genre, Cooper keeps his focus on the characters and the interplay between them and refrains from constant defense supplier product placement and massive government or global criminal organization conspiracy stuff.“ (Leser) (1.644 Rezensionen / 4,5 Sterne), 736 Seiten – noch gratis?

Rating: 5.0/5. From 3 votes.
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