Wednesday, October 29, 2014

October Thrillers Part 2✘

So these's are the rest of my thrillers. Thank you so much for all who read Part 1 and lets get started.

Rollover: by Susan Slater.  A bank heist turns sleepy little Wagon Mound, New Mexico, on its ear. It's no straight forward " demand all the money at gun point and hustled out the front door" kind of robbery.

Zombie's Don't Cry: by Rusty Fischer.  Maddie Swift is just a normal high school junior surviving classes with her best friend and hopes the new kid ask her out. At a party one night she gets struck by lighting. Over time Maddie realized that she becomes the thing she and everyone fears the most.

Jesus Jackson: by James Ryan Daley.  Jonathan Stiles is a 14- year- old atheist who is coping with his first day of ninth grade at the fervently religious St. Soren's Academy when his idolized older brother Ryan is found dead at the bottom of a ravine.

Dead Float: by Warren C. Easley.  A trip through the remote Deschutes Canyon turns ugly when CEO Hal is murdered during the first night's camp. Everyone in the party is a suspect, especially Cal.

The Barter: by Siobhan Adcock.  Set in present- day Texas and also at the turn of the twentieth century, The Barter follows two young mothers at the turning point of their lives.

Death in the Dolomites: by David P. Wagner. Ricky Montoya is looking forward to a break from his translation business in Rome - a week of skiing in the Italian Alps with old college buddy Flavio. But Rick's success helping the Italian police with a murder in Tuscany.

  So I hoped you liked my October Thrillers Part 2. ✔




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