Category: Crime and Thriller

The Disclaimer by Renee Knight: A Review

My Review Rating: 4/5 Renee Knight knows how to drag you through a story, desperately clinging onto any information which might hold the answer to the mystery. I was hooked from the premise, and then I got to know the characters. They were all so perfectly depicted, but Knight shattered my perceptions and rebuilt them

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Angel of Death by Adrian Ferrer: A Review

My Review Rating: 2.5/5 This book delves, much like a crime-thriller-mystery by Dan Brown, into the world of theology and Ferrer’s knowledge of the  apocryphal scriptures is thorough and exciting for anyone who loves that kind of thing. The novel itself, whilst having an interesting premise, was a little underwhelming. The characters were one-dimensional, the

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The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo by Steig Larsson: A Review

A Scandinavian novel about a woman who fits into no cultural or literary stereotypes assisting a journalist in his mission to find out what happened to the missing girl of the Vanger family, one of the richest and most influential families in the country. Lizbeth Salander and Mikael Blomkvist join together to solve the case after

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