Thriller Thursday (7/9/15 Edition)

Families in peril and vigilantes on vendettas are just a few of today’s #ThrillerThursday picks:

SIGNAL by Patrick Lee
A Publishers Weekly Best of Summer 2015 pick! THREE stars for Lee’s second techno-thriller starring ex-Special Forces agent Sam Dryden. “Lee’s thriller featuring a loner hero compares to Lee Child’s ‘Jack Reacher’ series but with the added kick of technology. Readers will wait with bated breath for the next Dryden adventure.” — Library Journal, starred review

THOSE GIRLS by Chevy Stevens
libraryreads logo squareA July 2015 LibraryReads pick! The Campbell sisters do all they can to avoid their abusive father, but they’re eventually forced to run, and an even worse nightmare awaits. “Highly recommended for fans of the genre who relish nail-biting suspense as well as stories about the endurance of family and the human spirit.” — Library Journal, starred review

ONE WAY OR ANOTHER by Elizabeth Adler
In a clear attempt at murder, a woman is thrown from a luxury yacht. As she’s fighting to survive the deadly waters, she’s also plotting her revenge. “Brilliantly executed and constantly surprising, this romantic thriller from bestseller Adler…may well be her best book yet.” — Publishers Weekly, starred review

THE DEVIL’S SHARE by Wallace Stroby
Professional thief Crissa Stone returns for her 4th thriller, where a seemingly simple gig is botched, and she’s forced to go on the run. “Stroby is regularly compared to Elmore Leonard and other greats of hard-boiled crime, and THE DEVIL’S SHARE will only burnish that reputation.” — Booklist

THE FRAUD by Brad Parks
In the 6th book starring Carter Ross, the investigative reporter’s latest story turns deadly when his pregnant girlfriend is kidnapped. “This is a fast-paced, often-funny read, and details about Newark and the decline of traditional newspapers add gritty realism.” — Publishers Weekly

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