Category: Mystery Book Reviews

Disappearance at Devil’s Rock by Paul Tremblay

Receiving the news that her fourteen-year-old son has vanished from the local park, Elizabeth Sanderson tumbles into a desperate attempt to keep her sanity intact while the local and state police¬†uncover nothing that suggests Tommy’s whereabouts. Those that were with him last, Josh and… Continue Reading “Disappearance at Devil’s Rock by Paul Tremblay”

Rebecca by Daphne du Maurier

Falling in love with Maxim de Winter, the nameless protagonist soon finds herself married, with the esteemed title of Mrs de Winter. Her new home of Manderly – a place she never thought she’d ever see with her own eyes – seems like a dream come true, but a shadow looms over the picturesque landscape. She’s not the first to walk the dog, to sit at the writing desk, to arrange the flowers. Rebecca’s presence taints everything and everyone; shoes that cannot be filled. Appearances can be deceiving however, as the new bride soon discovers.

Night Shift by Robin Triggs

Anders Nordvelt arrives, newly promoted, at Australis, a mining base located in the desolate plains of Antarctica. As Chief of Security, it’s his responsibility to make daily life is as smooth as possible for the crew, however it’s soon apparent he’s not welcome. Complicated relationships and old resentment are just the beginning however, as when the night shift begins, so does the sabotage. The very future of humanity falls upon Anders, and he struggles to discover the traitor of the project.