Fool Me Twice – Robert B. Parker Thriller

Fool Me Twice by Robert B. Parker (Michael Brandman) Robert B. Parker died in 2010. This novel was released in 2013. It is not Parker’s own work, of course (unless a seance was employed), but that of Michael Brandman, approved by the Parker estate. It’s understandable why Brandman has been chosen. He writes like Parker […]

The Two-Bear Mambo – Off-Beat Novel By Joe R. Lansdale

The Two-Bear Mambo by Joe R. Lansdale Hap and Leonard are back in this raucous ride through the back roads of East Texas. This time the two anti-heroes are asked to investigate the disappearance of Florida Grange, an ex of Hap’s who visited the notoriously racist area of Grovetown. The beautiful Florida is black, and […]

Beyond The Ice Limit – Preston & Child Thriller

Beyond The Ice Limit by Preston & Child In this Gideon Crew adventure, the dying US scientist is tasked with visiting the edges of the Antarctica to kill an alien life-form rooted on the sea bed. It’s a sequel to their previous offering, Ice Limit, where a giant meteorite was snatched from a Chilean island […]

Leverage In Death – J.D. Robb Thriller

Leverage In Death by J.D Robb Lieutenant Eve Dallas is a favourite with Rebel Voice. If there was a crime at this site then we would call upon the feisty, kick-ass New York detective. OK, she is living in 2067, so hasn’t yet been born, but why allow such trivial matters to spoil a beautiful […]

Sole Survivor – Thriller By Dean Koontz

Sole Survivor by Dean Koontz The bold Mr Koontz is a regular feature on Rebel Voice. He has been both lauded and slated on this site. His books demand both. He also has a dog fixation. That’s not a typo. It is dog. Thankfully, not every book is degraded by his canine obsession. However, Deano, […]

The Lost World – Michael Crichton Sequel To Jurassic Park

The Lost World by Michael Crichton Fans of this dinosaur franchise may feel that there is no point in reading a book when they have already watched the movie. That would be a mistake. The book has only a superficial resemblance to the movie, or should that be the other way around as the book […]