This week I’m reading writers who have impressed me in the past.
Collusion by Stuart Neville
Reading Neville’s upcoming Ratlines made me want to read the work I hadn’t. A follow up to Ghosts Of Belfast, this thriller has a Belfast cop, Lennon, involved in a set of politically connected murders. The only person who can help him is Fagan, the former IRA soldier in love with his wife.
I fell in love with Lee’s work after reading his Hill Country-set thriller, The German. Ash Street deals with the ghosts of victims of two thrill killers haunting their families. Thomas’s skill with both style and characterization make this a horror novel strong on both mood and emotion.
Evil In All It’s Disguises by Hilary Davidson
After reading The Damage Done and The Next One To Fall, I couldn’t wait to crack into this next book with travel writer in trouble Lily Moore. Davidson has a strong, accessible style and an engaging heroine who always pulls you in. Look for this book on shelves in March of next year.