The cover and title for Eeny Meeny by M J Arlidge made this an easy reading choice for me. It gave me a feeling of danger and kept me reading to the end.
The cover and title for Eeny Meeny by M J Arlidge made this an easy reading choice for me. It gave me a feeling of danger and kept me reading to the end. It’s his debut novel…and it’s a good one.
Adult Reading. S&M, bondage.
Hitchhiking, I think not. It will be very hazardous to someone’s health.
Sam and Amy had been taken and Amy wondered if she was capable of doing what was necessary to survive.
The psychological horror for Amy starts on the very first page. Will it destroy her?
Helen was born to be a cop. She is a badass with a flawed, yet soft heart, dedicated to her job.
With a sadist serial killer, Eeny Meeny reads like a Criminal Minds episode.
Some characters are flawed, but for me, that makes them more interesting. What is normal?
Others are innocent, yet doomed. Who and why? Have I met the killer?
Mystery and betrayal. Confrontation and choice? Love and sacrifice.
Someone was playing a devious and cruel game.
It took me a while to figure out the connection.
Be careful. The author is not afraid to kill off anyone if it suits his purpose. I love dark and evil, with mystery and suspense to die for, and we have plenty of it here.
I will be on the lookout for the next story in the Detective Inspector Helen Grace series.
I voluntarily reviewed a free copy of Eeny Meeny by M J Arlidge.
The Masters’ Key by Helen Hanson is FANTASTIC!
This is one of those reviews that, if I was on my toes, would have been written back in May of 2015, and is part of my Blogging Shame Challenge.
Helen Hanson is firmly on my grab-every-time-I-see-one-of-her-books list.
I love conspiracies and political thrillers. The Master’s Key by Helen Hanson is filled with over the top suspense.
Technological terrorism that is terrifying to even think about.
We have betrayal, computer attacks, revenge, malice, and so much more.
The characters run the gamut. From good to bad: the evil bitch that’s pissed she didn’t get her way, the greedy partner, the CEO whose demands cross the line, the sick woman who’s heart is pure and the man who loves her.
The Masters’ Key is very frightening…filled with the technological implications and disasters that can occur when a psycho has you in his sights. I love trying to figure out characters motivations, but this psychos thoughts are so far past my understanding. Would anyone be safe, anywhere, if he wanted to get to you? I don’t think so.
I would like to reach into my Kindle, grab him around the throat, and…
Action packed. The tension level is off the charts, as I see the bad guys in every shadow, around every corner, and behind every door.
I voluntarily reviewed a free copy of The Masters’ Key by Helen Hanson.
"I am normal. I belong. I have a friend who can kick ass from a wheelchair. I live independently and get good grades. I’m an excellent lover.
Like I said. I’m awesome. I’m Emmet David Washington. Train Man. The best autistic Blues Brother on the block."
I love this book more and more with every reread.
First read: April 15th, 2015
1st reread: May 19th, 2016
2nd reread: March 31st, 2017