I’ve always preferred reading suspense, romantic suspense, or even a contemporary romance. However, I decided to read outside my genre, so I picked up Tom Threadgill’s Coming of Winter. Goodness, what a choice? The minute I started reading, I wanted to slam the book shut, but it was too late, I had to know what was going to happen. Oh my! This wasn’t a thriller I wanted to read, so why did I continue? Simple. It grabbed me from the beginning, just like any suspense is supposed to do.
I found it rather gruesome, and yet, I kept reading. I held my breath on multiple occasions. Oh no! I didn’t want that to happen. Once it did, I realized I had no clue what would happen next. Threadgill successfully tied up all the loose ends, and my heart rate finally returned to normal. And to think, this was just the first book in his Jeremy Winter Thriller series.
FBI Special Agent Jeremy Winters is asked to look for a friend’s missing wife, but what he stumbles into is much more that one missing person. Danger lurks at every corner. Will Jeremy be able to solve the crimes without bringing harm to his new loves, Maggie and her daughter?
If you are a lover of thrillers, you will definitely find yourself submerged in this story.
Tom Threadgill turned his love of a good tale into a full-time profession. He is the author of the Jeremy Winter series of thrillers (Lighthouse Publishing of the Carolinas), as well as a pair of upcoming releases published by Revell. His books have a distinct focus on clean, suspenseful action with strong character development. When not writing, Tom enjoys woodworking, riding his Harley, and chasing the elusive Yard of the Month award. He currently resides with his wife in rural western Tennessee and can be reached through his website at TomThreadgill.com.
Tom Threadgill says
Thanks for the review, Loretta!
Yeah, the story is a little gruesome in points, so kudos for hanging in there. The next in the series isn’t as bad… or so I’m told. 🙂
Have a great week!
Loretta Eidson says
Thanks, Tom. I could actually see this as a movie or a series like “Bones.” Possibly even, Criminal Minds.