Here are four thrillers released in August that you might not have heard of yet.


The Professor thriller “Within the first 50 pages of Huntsville author Robert Bailey’s debut novel ‘The Professor,’ there is death, blackmail, betrayal and a cameo from legendary University of Alabama football coach Paul “Bear” Bryant.Read the review

“I confess: I love a good, juicy legal thriller, particularly one set in the American south. It goes back to TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD, I imagine. Few reading experiences can compare with getting knee-deep into a case with a lawyer and his staff, following along with them to the inevitably dramatic conclusion.” Read the review

The Professor is a gripping legal thriller that grabs hold of you in the first few pages and doesn’t let go until the end. The reader is drawn into a realm of intrigue in many emotionally draining directions. The pacing and story is as gripping as the Ken Follett masterpiece Eye of the Needle.” Read the review
Clear by Fire thriller

“The frequent references to the past make 82nd Airborne veteran Hood’s overly complex debut, an exciting military thriller, read as if it were the second book in the series.Read the review

“In Hood’s debut action adventure, it’s tough to cheer for a hard-case hero who tortures with gasoline and a Zippo, but then special-ops warrior Mason Kane had good reason.” Read the review

“Mason Kane is an elite soldier that is part of the secretive Anvil Program, a dedicated unit of operatives that specializes in black ops, or missions done in the shadows. Kane is a loyal patriot with a conscience, which ends up costing him.” Read the review



A Raging Dawn thriller “5 out of 5 Star Review for A Raging Dawn, Fatal Insomnia, Book 2 by author  C.J. Lyons” Read the review

“It’s been a sleepless month since Dr. Angela Rossi was diagnosed with Fatal Insomnia after a not-quite-dead nun reached out directly to Angela’s mind and set her on the path to hunt down a serial killer.” Read the review







Friction thriller “What starts as a custody battle soon dissolves into a conspiracy in Sandra Brown’s latest romantic thriller, ‘Friction.’

“Texas Ranger Crawford Hunt hit the skids after his wife’s death. He began to drink and even started to slide on his job duties. He turned himself around and is now sober. Hunt also met every court-appointed session and appointment he was required to attend.” Read the review

“I actually had no idea there was such a thing as a Texas Ranger and the US policing system continues to confound me as much as the French policing and judicial system. But that’s kinda irrelevant.” Read the review

“Crawford Hunt wants his daughter back. Following the death of his wife four years ago, Crawford, a Texas Ranger, fell into a downward spiral that left him relegated to deskwork and with his five-year-old daughter Georgia in the custody of her grandparents. But Crawford has cleaned up his act, met all the court imposed requirements, and now the fate of his family lies with Judge Holly Spencer.” Read the review


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