Tag: suspense

Book Spotlight: Fragments of Fear by Carrie Stuart Parks

Book Spotlight: Fragments of Fear by Carrie Stuart Parks

Posted July 31, 2019 / 5 Comments

Welcome to the Blog Tour for Fragments of Fear by Carrie Stuart Parks, hosted by JustRead Publicity Tours! Title: Fragments of Fear Author: Carrie Stuart Parks Publisher: Thomas Nelson Release Date: July 23, 2019 Genre: Inspirational Suspense/Thriller Stolen art. A New Mexico archaeological dig. An abandoned dog. And a secret […]


Book Spotlight (and a Giveaway!): Clear Confusion by Kathy M. Howard

Book Spotlight (and a Giveaway!): Clear Confusion by Kathy M. Howard

Posted July 25, 2019 / 6 Comments

Welcome to the Blog + Review Tour (and Giveaway!) for Clear Confusion by Kathy M. Howard, hosted by JustRead Publicity Tours! Title: Clear Confusion Author: Kathy M. Howard Publisher: Ambassador International Release Date: July 1, 2019 Genre: Inspirational Suspense/Thriller What am I going to do, God? Who am I? Charlotte […]


Guest Post (and a Giveaway!): Janice Cantore & Cold Aim

Guest Post (and a Giveaway!): Janice Cantore & Cold Aim

Posted July 9, 2019 / 31 Comments

Happy Release Day to Janice Cantore & Cold Aim! I always love reading Janice’s novels & I’m really excited to welcome her back to the blog to chat about her new one 🙂 SERIES: The Line of Duty #3 GENRE: Inspirational Romantic Suspense PUBLISHER: Tyndale RELEASE DATE: July 9, 2019 […]



Review (and a Giveaway!): If I Run by Terri Blackstock

Review (and a Giveaway!): If I Run by Terri Blackstock

Posted February 4, 2016 / 13 Comments

This book is perhaps the best suspense novel I’ve ever read. And I don’t say that lightly. I’ve read a lot of suspense novels. I’ve loved a lot of suspense novels. I will love a lot of suspense novels in the future. But … there’s just something really special about this one.



Review: Paralyzed by Alana Terry

Review: Paralyzed by Alana Terry

Posted January 15, 2016 / 3 Comments

Alana Terry is a very unique writing voice in Christian suspense fiction. She’s not afraid to tackle the tough stuff, and the faith element is very strong. However, don’t mistake “very strong” for “preachy” or “political”. In fact, just about the time I thought it could cross over into preachy territory, the author threw in a curve ball that kept the character and the story from becoming a caricature.


Most Anticipated Books January-June 2016: Mystery/Suspense

Most Anticipated Books January-June 2016: Mystery/Suspense

Posted December 30, 2015 / 16 Comments

All week here on the blog, I’m talking about the books coming out in the first half of 2016. Monday, I gave you my contemporary “can’t waits”, Tuesday was the historicals’ turn.

Today I am pleased to present my list of the mystery/suspense books I’m most excited about from January to June 2016!


Best Books of 2015: Mystery/Suspense

Best Books of 2015: Mystery/Suspense

Posted December 16, 2015 / 8 Comments

It’s that time of year when everyone is making lists and checking them twice. Some are finding out who has been naughty and who has been nice. Some are making sure those in their circles of gifting know what they want for Christmas.

Here at Reading Is My SuperPower, I’m making lists too! Every day this week will feature the best books I read in 2015 from different genres.


Review: Hiding Places by Erin Healy

Review: Hiding Places by Erin Healy

Posted December 3, 2015 / 2 Comments

Erin Healy’s engaging writing voice and the riveting suspense will make the book difficult to put down. But the lack of redemptive development and the plethora of difficult-to-like characters may leave you dissatisfied once you’ve turned the last page. Still, I have no problem at all recommending it to fans of suspense, especially people like me who enjoy Diane Chamberlain or Kristen Heitzmann. It’s a well-written book, just not my favorite 🙂


Veterans Day Reads

Veterans Day Reads

Posted November 11, 2015 / 6 Comments

Today in the United States, we celebrate Veterans Day to honor those men and women who have protected our country by serving in any branch of the military. I know that so often we take for granted that our freedom was free to us, but we don’t consider how much it […]