The Terminal List by Jack Carr has guns, tanks, fistfights, adrenaline, spy stuff, military stuff. Full testosterone. so what’s not to like?
Horseman by Christina Henry had a pretty good beginning but somewhere around the middle things started going too eccentric and twisted for me
I had a tough time with White Smoke by Tiffany D. Jackson because of my grudge with the central character and then a kiddish audiobook
Her Last Breath by Hilary Davidson takes a while to burn bright but if you have stayed with it then you would realize that it was worth it
The Disappearing Act by Catherine Steadman is the kind of thriller I like, simple, easy to grasp yet with so many sub-layers
There is nothing predictable about the book, How to kill your family, and that’s the best kind of book you could ever pick up.
The trouble with State of Terror is that it is bulky with information and board rooms but less on the action. Rest is all akin to its genre.
The Sacred Spoils, for me, lacked a bit of history lessons but otherwise its a good treasure hunt with lots of sub plots.Needs full focus.
Caught by Harlan Coben for me is a two part book. While the first Half is setting up the tone the second half is blazing it all.
The thing about Firekeeper’s Daughter is that the thing that bothered me about the book is what made it special too.I kept going back to it.