Tag Archives: thriller

Book Talk Cafe Part 1: A Review of our Current Favorite Reads

The librarians recently held  another book talk cafe where we shared our most recent favorite titles with a lovely group of Newburgh readers.    For those who missed it, here is the list of books.  Try them and let us know … Continue reading

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Sick of the Snow: Read These Books to Keep You Warm

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Book Review: A Cold and Lonely Place by Sara Henry

It’s nice to see the blue skies today after all the snow we’ve been having here in Newburgh, but there’s still a chill in the air.    All of this freezing weather reminds me of a book I read last … Continue reading

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Patron Review: The Eye of God by James Rollins

All you readers of thrillers buckle up in your favorite reading chair and get ready for another roller coaster ride of action with James Rollinss newest Sigma Force thriller, Eye of God.  Follow the Sigma Force team of Monk Kokkalis, … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Dinner by Herman Koch

I was interested in reading this novel, The Dinner, after reading several reviews that compared it the European version of  Gillian Flynn’s novel, Gone Girl.  An international best-seller written  by Amsterdam writer, Herman Koch, The Dinner is an extremely disturbing … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Prophet by Michael Kortya

If you are looking for a page turner that will keep you up long into the night, look no further than the mystery/thriller, The Prophet by Michael Kortya.  Two brothers who had not spoken to each other in years are … Continue reading

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Book Review: Trust Your Eyes by Linwood Barclay

I recently finished reading Trust Your Eyes by author Linwood Barclay and was happy to add this author to my list of authors to read.  Barclay definitely updates Hitchcock’s movie Rear Window in this 21 century version of voyeurism. Thomas … Continue reading

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