Gwendy’s Button Box – Stephen King & Richard Chizmar

Gwendy’s Button Box  by Stephen King and Richard Chizmar It’s the August 22nd, 1974, and Gwendy Peterson is a chubby twelve-year-old determined to lose weight before changing schools. She goes daily to the metal stairs that lead up the rock face to Castle View, and climbs as fast as she can to burn off all […]

The Force – By Don Winslow

The Force   by Don Winslow Detective Denny Malone loves his job. A native of Staten Island, Malone loves nothing more than to immerse himself in his role as an elite cop with the NYPD. Together with his friends, Russo and Monty, he rules northern Manhattan. At least he likes to think he does. But the […]

Kings Of America – Novel By R.J. Ellory

Kings Of America  by R.J. Ellory Rebel Voice has previously read a novel by Roger Jon Ellory and thought it a fine piece of writing. A Quiet Belief In Angels is streets ahead of Kings Of America which is, quite frankly, a terrible book. In his forward, Ellory commented upon the research that he undertook […]

Satori – Novel by Don Winslow

Satori  by Don Winslow This literary gem is kinda like the thinking man’s Bond. It might make you feel that Jason Bourne has now met Indiana Jones. Satori is an espionage thriller of the highest calibre that will leave you gasping for more. The novel is based on Trevanian’s (Rodney Whitaker) novel, Shibumi, which Don […]

Strange Weather – Joe Hill novel

Strange Weather  by Joe Hill This is a collection of four short novels by King the Younger, one of two male novelists sired by that master of horror writing, Stephen King. Joe Hill does have some of his auwl fella’s physical characteristics, but it’s his writing and the high standard therein that most readily marks […]

Tales Of Mystery And Terror – Edgar Allan Poe

Tales of Mystery and Terror  by Edgar Allan Poe Edgar Allan Poe was born in Boston in 1809. He was orphaned at the age of two when Pa Poe did a runner and Ma Poe died from tuberculosis. He was raised by John Allan, a wealthy merchant with whom Edgar had a factious relationship. Poe’s […]

Seize The Night – Dean Koontz Novel

Seize The Night  by Dean Koontz This is the final Rebel Voice review of a Koontz novel in what has been a binge. Seize The Night is a good one to finish on. Christopher Snow suffers from the rare condition of xeroderma pigmentosum, a debilitating disease in which the carrier is extremely sensitive to light, […]