Yeah, that’s right. TWO GREAT BOTMreads this month for the price of one! Ya just can’t beat the Psychological Thrillers Reading Groupfor fun and games and sinsational readz! Carry on. Keep calm. And c’mon down and comment, for Pete’s sake.
Movie Under Development! Homeowner With a Gun (book by Samuel Hawley, screenplay by Samuel Hawley and Paul A. Kaufman) is now listed on IMDb.com as “in development.” Producer Nicholas Tabarrok (Man Vs., The Art of the Steal, The Calling, etc.) is now on board. Woo-hoo! We can’t wait to find out who the cast will include.
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QUOTES FROM THE BOOK:
“Joey was obviously over.”
“Where book-of-the-month club comes to die.” (p.20)
This drug deal went down all wrong. They been selling drugs to undercover operatives all day long. Now they’re headed for the Denver Pokey! One Male. One Female. Trunk full of drugs. CRIME DOES NOTPAY IN DENVER!<que music and book’em, Dano!>
Y’all remember Shari Lapena? Her book, The Couple Next Door, was our BOTM in January 2017. Shari worked as a lawyer and as an English teacher before turning to writing fiction. Her suspense debut, The Couple Next Door, was a New York Times and an international bestseller. A Stranger in the House is her second thriller. ** GET YOURS ATAMAZON! MY COPY JUST ARRIVED!!!
Y’all remember Robert Swartwood? His book was our BOTM in August 2016. Well, he has released a gazillion titles since then. But here’s a deal you cannot pass up. I just downloaded mine! ** GET YOURS ATAMAZON!
Following 9/11 a legion of top secret operators were dispatched to protect the American homeland at all costs. Operating in the dark–independent and unsupervised–these solitary soldiers jumped into the fray. Years later and unable to sustain congressional scrutiny, this risky operation and all of its operatives have been terminated . . . save one.
BIG SOLAR ECLIPSE 2017
The Big Solar Eclipse showed up on Monday, August 21! What an event it was, too. Now right here I have opened up a new page for posting your Eclipse Pix–that is pix of you and your friends and your pets wearing the special eclipse glasses. See this special page, click HERE and hook up! Send your photos to: firstname.lastname@example.org and I will post ’em.
Betsy was one of many who sent a message to management about the missing of the person who started this group. Betsy sent me Christmas cards, post cards and letters just to keep in touch. I sent her small gifts, and the last gift I sent her was a watch that had a small book in it. She was someone who would just take the time just to chat.
As I think about her, let her memories shine thru this book group. She will be missed. if you have the gift of giving in a time where money is tight for everyone, please do so in her honor. I knew she had cancer, but don’t know what took her to God. May she read to the children there, for she was a good member here.
I recently self-published my first novel WRETCHEDand am currently working on a sequel. If you’d like a FREE PDFcopy of WRETCHEDfor read & review please send me an email. Also, please drop me a note if you’d like to talk psychological thrillers.
Bruce Mclean had a tragic youth, but middle aged now, he’s built a very good life for himself. He thinks he’s won the lottery when he meets and starts seeing Tara – younger, beautiful, sexy, and athletic, she shares his love of vigorous outdoor activities.
Hard core mountain biking, skiing, climbing and wild sex with this alluring woman – things couldn’t be any better for Bruce. That is until he realizes she is a psychopath– now things couldn’t be any worse…. (Caution: Novel contains some graphic sexual content.)
Yikes! here we are in April 2017 already! The Psychological Thrillers Reading Group is reading FROZEN PAST as this month’s BOTM. And it’s actually snowing here in Montana at this very moment. Come on over to our GoodReads discussion thread and join the fun!
Jayne’s chilling suspense novel will keep readers up all night as they try to decipher what information and characters they can trust. Snippets from the past appear throughout the narrative, giving readers glimpses of Bex’s childhood without detracting from present-day events. This is one of those books that readers will race to finish in one day. — RT Book Reviews, 4 Stars
This is the book chosen for the month of March for our Psychological Thriller Reading Group. I am glad I had the chance to read this book and am getting ready to start the one at the end of the book– THE ESCAPE. I know if it’s as good as TWISTED was it will be a good one as well.
What would you do if you had to change everything about you including your name and move some place never heard of just to get away from things. Would you be just like Bex or would you try doing it all on your own. I know what it’s like to move to a place where no one knows who you are just to try to get away and start over and I give this girl a thumbs up for being strong like she is. Love is strange and if you haven’t read this book and want to try figuring out what is so TWISTED then I say pick this book up and start reading you won’t be TWISTED. — Jane & Jerry, Psychological Thrillers Reading Group, 5 Stars
It really was THE best! — Ruth, Psychological Thrillers Reading Group, 5 Stars