Category Archives: Gallery Books

Review: The Silence of the Llamas (Black Sheep Knitting Mysteries) by Anne Canadeo

Series: Black Sheep Knitting Mysteries Paperback: 304 pages Publisher: Gallery Books ISBN: 978145164479 Source: Publisher Ellie and Ben Krueger moved to Plum Harbor to fulfill their dream of raising llamas.  As hosts of a grand opening fiber festival, they are thrilled at the exposure the crowds bring. Their enthusiasm turns terror quickly, however, when someone attacks their prized llamas. This […]

Frightful Friday: The Butcher by Jennifer Hillier

Frightful Friday is a regular meme in which I feature a particularly scary or chilling book that I’ve read that week. This week’s featured title is The Butcher by Jennifer Hillier: Hardcover: 352 pages Publisher: Gallery Books (July 15, 2014) ISBN: 9781476734217 Source: Publisher The “Beacon Hill Butcher” was a savage serial killer who plagued […]

Review: Suffer the Children by Craig DiLouie

Paperback: 352 pages Publisher: Permuted Press/Gallery Books (May 20, 2014) ISBN-10: 1476739633 Source: Publisher One day, suddenly, children die. Not just some children, all children, across the globe. The only warning is a headache and comments of strange smells. Then darkness.  Medical authorities name the disease Herod’s Syndrome, named after Herod the Great, the man who […]

Review: Above by Isla Morley

Hardcover: 384 pages Publisher: Gallery Books (March 4, 2014) ISBN-10: 1476731527 Source: Publisher At just sixteen years old, Blythe Hallowell is abducted by a survivalist, kept prisoner in an abandoned missile silo. She tries without success to escape, he captor spouting stories about the the end of the world. He believes that the two of them alone are humankind’s salvation, […]

Frightful Friday: The Troop by Nick Cutter

Frightful Friday is a weekly meme in which I feature a particularly scary or chilling book that I’ve read that week. This week’s featured title is The Troop by Nick Cutter:   Hardcover: 368 pages Publisher: Gallery Books (February 25, 2014) ISBN-10: 1476717710 Source: Publisher Scoutmaster Tom Riggs leads his scouts on an annual trip […]

Review: The Descent by Alma Katsu

Series: The Taker Trilogy Paperback: 352 pages Publisher: Gallery Books (January 7, 2014) ISBN-10: 1451651821 Source: Publisher *Please Note: This is the third book in a trilogy. If you have not read the previous two books, The Taker and The Reckoning *gasp* please do not proceed in reading this review.* Lanore McIlvrae has struggled to […]

Review: Rise Again Below Zero by Ben Tripp

Paperback: 352 pages Publisher: Gallery Books; Original edition (December 17, 2013) ISBN-10: 1451668325 Source: Publisher It’s been two years since billions of the dead rose, hungry for human flesh. Sheriff Danielle Adelman now leads a band of survivors through the decimated Midwest.  The dead have evolved: mixed in among the savage zombies (or zeroes) are […]

Review: Death Overdue by Mary Lou Kirwin

Series: Librarian Mysteries Paperback: 256 pages Publisher: Gallery Books; Original edition (November 5, 2013) ISBN-10: 145168466 Source: Publisher In this second book in the Librarian Mystery series, Minnesota librarian Karen Nash is in London helping Caldwell, her love interest, locate a site for their dream bookstore. This is a big step for her; it wasn’t […]

Review: Whistling Past the Graveyard by Susan Crandall

Hardcover: 320 pgs. Publisher: Gallery Books (July 2, 2013) ISBN-10: 1476707723 Source: Publisher My daddy says that when you do somethin’ to distract you from your worstest fears, it’s like whistlin’ past the graveyard. You know, making a racket to keep the scaredness and the ghosts away. He says that’s how we get by sometimes. […]

Review: When She Was Gone by Gwendolen Gross

Paperback: 304 pages Publisher: Gallery Books; Original edition (March 19, 2013) ISBN-10: 1451684746 Source: Publisher Linsey Hart is supposed to head to Cornell, embarking upon her new life in college, in a week. When she goes missing her mother, Abigail, is obviously frantic, calling on her neighbors for help. No one seems quite as concerned […]