Books by Linda Castillo

B
Depth Perception

Though Depth Perception is a tightly written novel of romantic suspense by an author at the top of her game, it's odd that the first thought that comes to my mind as I start this review is to make it clear who shouldn't read this book: Anyone who just can't bring themselves to read about the murder ...

B+
Fade to Red

Fade To Red begins in the head of a woman who is about to be killed. I was immediately drawn into the book and read it in over the course of two nights. The book has a gripping story, a wounded heroine, a tortured hero and lots of suspense - it's a wonder my fingernails are intact. Lindsey M ...

B+
The Shadow Side

It's been a so-so few months of reading for me. Fortunately I can say The Shadow Side by Linda Castillo has been a high point, and makes me eager to read her previous book The Perfect Victim which has been on my TBR pile for ages. The story opens with a brutal murder/suicide and the cops notifyin ...

B+
The Perfect Victim

This was my first Linda Castillo, and I'm impressed. Marketed as a romantic suspense, it is both romantic and suspenseful - and in nearly equal measures. While the hero's unrelenting anguish became a little too much by the end of the story, it was true to his character, so I'm still fairly comfortab ...

D-
Cops and...Lovers?

One of the terms I've come across in my time reviewing novels for this site is the term TSTL, which means To Stupid To Live. This usually refers to a heroine whose dumb actions not only make no sense, but repeatedly get her and those around her into trouble. I've never met a heroine like that until ...