Thad Hartman and Lissa Staley host a (20:07) discussion with Kathy about the thrilling genre of thrillers. Find out what to read after you finish The Eight or wait for the next John Grisham or Jeffrey Deaver and then share your thriller recommendations with us!
Arthur Cathcart was a numbers cruncher and freelance researcher who worked from home and counted himself lucky because his beautiful wife loved him and he loved her. They were happy and life was perfect until a hired gunman killed his wife and left Arthur for dead.
In 1868 Paraguay was in ruins from a disastrous war that killed up to ninety percent of the fighting-aged men, and started the breakdown of society. In response, the Padre of the village of Santa Caterina asked the women to become pregnant by any man regardless if they were married. However, even in the midst of the chaos, some things were still worthy of punishment like the murder of the hated Richard Yotté.
On a Saturday morning three retired gentlemen were having coffee at a small town diner in Acker’s Gap, West Virginia when a man opened the door, fired a gun and killed them instantly. The gunman escaped leaving behind baffled and hysterical witnesses that were unable to describe him.
Before Miss Marple and Sherlock Holmes there was French detective C. Auguste Dupin who is credited as being the detective in the first mystery called “The Murders in Rue Morgue” by Edgar Allan Poe. Modern mysteries have a wonderful past with detective stories tracing back to the Victorian Era…
Chanti’s mom is an undercover cop, which is the worst thing to be in their rough Denver neighborhood. Everybody hates a snitch and blowing her mom’s cover would mean endangering her life, so Chanti is good at keeping secrets. I loved this urban mystery book!