Ransom River reviews: Suspense Magazine, Mystery Gazette, Florida Times-Union

Ransom River will be published tomorrow, July 5th. The book has gotten a few more reviews, and they’re all making me glad.

Suspense magazine:

“Incredible…. A great thriller that begins with the word ‘go.’ Readers will be enthralled until the very last surprise is sprung. A definite keeper!”

The Mystery Gazette: “This is a taut thriller in which the tough protagonist deals with being the prime surviving suspect in a hostage situation that soon spirals even further out of control for her…. readers will relish this superb tale.”

The Florida Times-Union: Gardiner’s new novel explodes off the page.

There are two things I love about summer: the Fourth of July and a new Meg Gardiner thriller. And for the same reason: Both contain loads of fireworks.

“Thrill ride” is just too tame a description for Ransom River…. The characters are emotionally complex, both the good and the bad. Gardiner has also created two of the creepiest siblings to be found outside of a Stephen King novel.

This novel is in great company with Gardiner’s previous nine thrillers.

And thrilled is the word for how these reviews make me feel.

One response to “Ransom River reviews: Suspense Magazine, Mystery Gazette, Florida Times-Union

  1. Tenth novel – wow, what a great achievement. Congratulations, Meg.

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