There is a trend in fiction for most of the primary characters to be young and healthy, especially in stories that involve action and adventure.
Thrilling, Riveting, Encouraging Paul Attaway’s debut novel Blood in the Low Country is an amazing family drama with a hint of mystery and thriller.
L. M. Montgomery, the author of Anne of Green Gables has been quoted as saying "I'm so glad I live in a world where there are Octobers" and many people would agree with that sentiment.
Catapulted from his normal, boring, mundane life and into a world of violence, gods, and what seems to be utter chaos with no idea who to trust or even what is going on – Leon did not have a great vacation.
I Know This Much Is True was written by Wally Lamb in 1998, but recently gained attention again because of the television adaptation starring Mark Ruffalo. The story is set in the early 90s and features identical twins, Dominick and Thomas Birdsey.
Wade Garrison's Promise by Richard J Greene is a western novel, but one that even readers who are not normally fans of the genre will enjoy.
Police procedurals are always thrilling to read, but mixing in some paranormal elements usually ramps up the tension even more.
In Shades of Brilliance: An Italian Renaissance Novel (The Master's Protégé Trilogy Book 1), by Eleanor Chance, historical Venice is a city of art, culture, and luxury… but not for Celeste Gabriele and her siblings.<
In the first part of this article, we looked at some of the werewolf themed novels that were influenced or similar to the classic Gary Brander novel, The Howling.
Emotional, Conflicting, Plot-Driven.