Crime fiction/Nordic Noir · Joona Linna series · Review · suspense · Thriller

The Fire Witness by Lars Kepler| Book Review| Joona Linna Series|

Hey BookLovers! Am back with one of my favourite crime fiction writer duo - Lars Kepler. I have been following the Jonna Linna series since the end of last year and this is the third book in this series. Here's my take on it. The book starts with introducing us to a youth home in… Continue reading The Fire Witness by Lars Kepler| Book Review| Joona Linna Series|

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Mystery · Review · Thriller

The Devotion Of Suspect X by Keigo Higashino| Book Review|

Hey Booklovers! I was lucky enough to find this book last month while on my spree searching for good thrillers. The blurb immediately captured my attention and I was definitely looking forward to reading it except I haven't read anything the last one month but finally I think am slowly getting back to it and… Continue reading The Devotion Of Suspect X by Keigo Higashino| Book Review|

bibliogyan top 10 · Features · Thriller

10 Binge-Worthy Books for Thriller Fans!

Hey BookLovers! I have been compiling a list of books in the last few weeks that I think are Binge-worthy. Just like you can't get enough of watching one episode from your favourite shows, these are books from the thriller genre (duh) that I think you cannot stop reading in few pages. You might as… Continue reading 10 Binge-Worthy Books for Thriller Fans!

Mystery · Review · Thriller

Catch Your Death by Kierney Scott|Book Review|

Hey booklovers! Hello May! One of the books I read last month is Catch your Death and it is also the first book am reviewing by the author Kierney Scott. Lets see the plot. Jessica Bishop receives a call late into the night from her former boss Jeanie who requests her to find her nephew,… Continue reading Catch Your Death by Kierney Scott|Book Review|

British Crime Classics · Crime fiction · Mystery · Review

Thirteen Guests by Jefferson Farjeon|British Crime Classics Challenge|Book Review|

Hey BookLovers! I am ending April with this months BCCC. Here's my take on a gem from the golden era of Crime Classics. On a side note I will be posting fewer posts in May as I have a humongous TBR pile I want to finish, so taking a slight backseat with blogging. But I… Continue reading Thirteen Guests by Jefferson Farjeon|British Crime Classics Challenge|Book Review|

Crime fiction · Review · Thriller

Perfect Crime by Helen Fields|Book Review|

Hey BookLovers! Helen Fields is the author of 5 D.I Callanach series including Perfect Crime.Β A former member of Interpol, Luc Callanah is now working for the Major Investigations Team of Police Scotland (Edinburgh). This is my first book by Ms.Fields and here's my take on it. We begin with a Mr. Stephen Berry in the… Continue reading Perfect Crime by Helen Fields|Book Review|

British Crime Classics · Crime fiction · Review · suspense

The Murder On The Links by Agatha Christie|British Crime Classics Challenge| Book Review|

Hey Booklovers! Am back with another review for my BCCC! This time I have gone with an old classic Agatha Christie. Long ago and am pretty sure almost a decade now, I had brought a Hercules Poirot omnibus titled The French Collection but never got around to reading it. I just couldn't get past the… Continue reading The Murder On The Links by Agatha Christie|British Crime Classics Challenge| Book Review|