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Book Review: Crisis by Frank Gardner

I love to read thrillers. This was a book I chanced upon at my favourite bookstore and both my BookishTwin and I purchased a copy each.

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Book Review: The Seven Ancient Wonders, by Matthew Reilly

There are a few series I love when it comes to thriller genre. Two of them are from Matthew Reilly. The first is the Scarecrow series, and then there is this one, the Jack West Jr. series.

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Book Review: The Woman in the Window by A.J. Finn

It’s challenging enough to write a thriller from the perspective of a normal person, but to write it from the viewpoint of a woman diagnosed with agoraphobia is another level. There’s restrictions based on the fear, and society as we know it doesn’t always accept such a fear as normal, and by extension, the person as well, so that character involved in a crime brings other aspects into the picture.

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