Review by Ben Tanzer
A taut psychological thriller with a very relevant message about real world power dynamics.
Interview by Steph Post May 7, 2018
An interview with Jeffery Hess, author of the novels 'Tushhog' and 'Beachhead'.
Review by Max Booth III May 9, 2017
A look at Dennis Lehane's latest offering.
Review by Gabino Iglesias
A review of the English translation of the 2014 Premio Planeta winner.
Review by Keith Rawson March 7, 2017
A brief review of Dan Chaon's latest literary thriller, 'Ill Will'.
Column by George Cotronis
Sit down by the fire with a book about the cold and the wilderness.
Review by Keith Rawson August 17, 2016
A short review of Michael Koryta's latest supernatural thriller, 'Rise The Dark'.
Column by Leah Dearborn
Break out the smokes and champagne, it's that time of the year again.
News by Joshua Chaplinsky
January's selection for the LitReactor Book Club is 'Brother' by Ania Ahlborn.
Review by Freddie Moore
A satirical thriller that goes beyond blonde stereotypes.
Interview by Keith Rawson March 17, 2015
LitReactor goes 10 rounds with thriller writer, Owen Laukkanen.
Review by Leah Dearborn
Although the perpetrator of her sister’s murder is quickly named, a recent prep school graduate becomes obsessed with finding an alternate explanation for the crime.
Review by Ed Sikov
A review of Daniel Pyne's new novel, 'Fifty Mice'.
News by Dean Fetzer October 15, 2013
A new technology launched this week is behind ‘The Craftsman’, part movie, part game, part book — and you’re the main character.
News by Benoît Lelièvre September 6, 2012
L.A based publishing veterans Nancie Claire and Rip George are turning to you to help finance their digital venture into crime fiction.
Column by Sarah Pitre June 15, 2012
Will dystopia continue to hog the throne of young adult literature, or will it pass the crown to a new trend?