Kimberley Howe is the Executive Director of ThrillerFest. Thrillerfest is a conference of International Thriller Writers held every July in New York City. She is also a former medical, health, and fitness writer, as well as, a world traveler, cyclist, swimmer and tennis player.
K J Howe recommends
I'll Eat When I'm Dead (2017)
"A compulsively readable, satirical romp with a sharp and vicious twist, I'll Eat When I'm Dead is a timely, smart, and perceptive mystery."
(Jake Longly, book 2)
D P Lyle
"Aptly named, A-List ranks high on the 'must buy' list for holiday shoppers. Reluctant PI Jake Longly investigates the darker side of the movie business, where professional jealousies and hedonistic habits have deadly consequences. Fast-faced and funny, the seamless prose will transport you from reality to fantasy. Lyle evokes the sights and sounds of New Orleans in such a provocative manner, you'll be packing your bags and catching the next flight to The Big Easy for your own adventure."
The Second Son (2018)
Martin Jay Weiss
"The Second Son's cutting-edge thrill ride through Silicon Valley spawns from a spiderweb of dark family secrets. Weiss’ story is strikingly original, artfully mixing classic mystery themes with modern technology. A must-read for thriller fans."
Red Hotel (2018)
Ed Fuller and Gary Grossman
"Grossman and Fuller deliver gritty insider detail in their thriller RED Hotel, bringing fact and fiction together in an explosive mix. With pacing that would leave Olympian Usain Bolt breathless, RED Hotel is a must-read for interna-tional travelers and anyone seeking to understand the new Russia."
The Line Between (2019)
(Line Between , book 1)
"Shades of The Handmaid's Tale and The Walking Dead blend together in an epic novel of depth and power. Tosca Lee's The Line Between is a breathtaking story of a woman who rises above her own dark past to stop civilization from descending into madness. Brilliant."
Shades of Justice (2019)
(Madison Knight, book 9)
"Tremendous! The perfect combination of mystery and suspense."
Mother Knows Best (2019)
"Peikoff's seamless prose, very human voice, and a whiplash pacing make this psychological thriller a must-read of 2019."
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