Killing Floor by Lee Child

I thought: should I be worried? I was under arrest. In a town where I’d never been before. Apparently for murder. But I knew two things. First, they couldn’t prove something had happened if it hadn’t happened. And second, I hadn’t killed anybody. Not in their town, and not for a long time, anyway. AboutContinue reading “Killing Floor by Lee Child”

R.I.P. – The Spy Who Came in from the Cold by John Le Carré

As they got to the door, Control put his hand lightly on Leamas’ shoulder. “This is your last job,” he said. “Then you can come in from the cold.” The Spy Who Came in From the Cold is a 1963 spy/crime thriller novel by John Le Carré. The protagonist is an agent called Alec Leamas,Continue reading “R.I.P. – The Spy Who Came in from the Cold by John Le Carré”

Children of the Street by Kwei Quartey

I received this book in exchange for an honest review through Netgalley. “In the world of homelessness, poverty, and desperation, you fight for survival, and there are no polite limits to the fight.” Children of the Street is a mystery novel by Kwei Quartey. It is the second book (after Wife of the Gods) inContinue reading “Children of the Street by Kwei Quartey”

R.I.P. Challenge

I found this challenge over at Adventures in Borkdom. It is a yearly challenge hosted at Stainless Steel Droppings. The purpose of the R.I.P (R.eaders I.mbibing P.eril) Challenge is to read and enjoy books that could be classified as: Mystery, Suspense, Thriller, Dark Fantasy, Gothic, Horror, Supernatural. R.I.P. VI officially runs from September 1st throughContinue reading “R.I.P. Challenge”

Cujo by Stephen King

“They began to back up, and as they did, the dog began to walk slowly forward. It was a stiff walk; not really a walk at all, Ronnie thought. It was a stalk. That dog wasn’t fucking around. Its engine was running and it was ready to go. Its head remained low. That growl neverContinue reading “Cujo by Stephen King”