Undercover Thriller {Monthly Motif Feb. Check In}

Okay! It looks like everyone is off to a great start with the challenge this year. We loved starting off with diverse books in January. Thanks to everyone who added their link to the linky. We enjoyed checking out your reviews. Now- on to February…

Undercover Thriller

“Read a book involving spies, detectives, private investigators, or a character in disguise.”

This is such a fun one that can be taken in so many different directions!

We’d love to suggest 4 Chillingly Snowbound Thrillers as we’re betting many of you are dealing with some serious snow just like we are!

You might also like to check out our suggestions for Crazy Good Marriage Thrillers!

8 Marriage Thrillers to Read

If you like a serious what-just-happened thrillers, try these Books With Gasp Inducing Plot Lines.

We’d also like to point out our favorite Thrillers By Female Authors You Won’t Be Able to Put Down.

Have fun!


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After many technical issues with our linkies, we have done away with using them for now. Please add your review links in the comments section. We apologize for the inconvenience.

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43 Replies to “Undercover Thriller {Monthly Motif Feb. Check In}”

  1. I’ve just been going back over my blog posts and realized I hadn’t linky-ed anything since february! D: Anyway here is my book review for my March read – Rivers of London by Ben Aaronovitch. I thought I’d only missed one linky, not three! Big shock!
    http://pebblepen.blogspot.co.uk/2017/02/february-2017-monthly-motif-challenge.html

  2. Andrea says:

    This wasn’t a thriller, but the main character does go under cover. She’s a woman pretending to be a man to fight in the Civil War. http://andreasbooknook.blogspot.com/2017/03/i-shall-be-near-to-you.html

  3. Anna says:

    I forgot to post this! My February monthly motif read was the Holmes-inspired Wild Boy and the Black Terror by Rob Lloyd Jones https://murderundergroundbrokethecamel.wordpress.com/2017/02/20/wild-boy-and-the-black-terror/

  4. Finished Her Every Fear by Peter Swanson in February, but just recently wrote the review. I gave it a 2/5, an ok read, but not the best.

    Here’s my review:
    https://booksophisticate.wordpress.com/2017/03/04/motif-challenge-undercover-thriller-her-every-fear-by-peter-swanson/

  5. Rebecca says:

    I just finished The Hunt for Red October by Tom Clancy last night. It was my first Jack Ryan thriller and I can’t wait to go to Patriot Games next. http://www.molibrarian.com/2017/03/book-review-hunt-for-red-october-by-tom.html

  6. My chosen book for this month is Orangeboy by Patrice Lawrence! This isn’t your average undercover spy type story, but instead focuses on a young boy who, after a tragic end to his date, is pulled into his brother’s world of drugs and gang warfare and decides to do a little undercover investigating of his own!

    http://chasedbymyimagination.blogspot.co.uk/2017/02/book-review-orangeboy-patrice-lawrence.html

  7. […] FEBRUARY – Undercover Thriller Read a book involving spies, detectives, private investigators, or a character in disguise. […]

  8. William says:

    I finished my book for the month last night. I chose one that had been on my shelf unread for years – ‘The No. 1 Ladies’ Detective Agency’ by Alexander McCall Smith. Here is my review: https://www.goodreads.com/review/show/1914636540?book_show_action=false&from_review_page=1

  9. Tanya says:

    I read two – and I don’t usually read this genre!
    https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/28289013-the-wild-inside
    https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/17159011-white-fire
    Thank you for helping me continue to branch out!
    I’m curious what I might find for March.

  10. Cinzia says:

    following one of your suggestion, I read:
    “the chemist” by stephenie Meyer
    http://quattropassisullenuvole.blogspot.it/2017/02/the-chemist-la-specialista-stephenie.html

  11. Dorothy Dickerson says:

    I keep writing down these books! lol I know we are nearing the end of the month so I am already trying to think of what to read for next month. Something about time travel or a dystopian society. I could read A Clockwork Orange again. Or I could read the second in the series my daughter got, the Unwind series. Loved the first book so would love to see what happens to the kids now. But open to suggestions 🙂

    • @Dorothy – The second book of the Unwind series was excellent, much better than the first!! I recommend that one!

      • Dorothy Dickerson says:

        Cool I’ll start with that and move on to either the third one or Clockwork Orange. I think I have something in my kindle library that will work too. Lots too read, little time 🙂

    • @Dorothy I’m excited to see what you pick for next month’s theme. I’m having trouble settling on a book to read.

      • Dorothy Dickerson says:

        I’m starting with the second book in the Unwind Series. It’s dystopian and I think that was one of the options. That and time travel-ish. My next will probably be A Clockwork Orange. And then I have something on my tablet that I can’t recall the title but it was about someone who finds themselves in the past.

        • @Dorothy Excellent choices! I’m starting with a dystopian too – Margaret Atwood’s Year of the Flood.

          • Dorothy Dickerson says:

            lol I have about 13 books written down to look into from the blogs I see on here and from what others have read. XD I need a bigger bookshelf.

  12. Murder investigation – Faithful Place by Tana French: http://kingmagu.blogspot.no/2017/02/cbr9-book-10-faithful-place-by-tana.html

    Loki – god of Tricksters, able to shapeshift to disguise himself, as well as all sorts of other mythological creatures in disguise – Norse Mythology by Neil Gaiman: http://kingmagu.blogspot.no/2017/02/cbr9-book-13-norse-mythology-by-neil.html

    Elise DeVries, society fixer extraordinaire and master of disguise – A Duke to Remember by Kelly Bowen: http://kingmagu.blogspot.no/2017/02/cbr9-book-14-duke-to-remember-by-kelly.html

    More to come later in the month. 🙂

  13. Joy says:

    I read Ragdoll by Daniel Cole, really enjoyed it!

    https://www.goodreads.com/review/show/1752965998

  14. The Woman in Cabin 10 – not too bad, but the main character was a little whiny – which I hate!
    (My Goodreads Review)

  15. The Couple Next Door – fast paced and a quick read. I liked it!
    (My Goodreads Review)

  16. Tina says:

    I see you already have several good entries here, lots for me to check out! I will add my link for Peter Robinson’s 20th book, Watching the Dark.
    https://novelmeals.wordpress.com/2017/02/17/watching-the-dark-by-peter-robinson/

    • Dorothy Dickerson says:

      My “to read” list keeps getting longer haha looks good. Will check the library sometime 🙂

  17. Dorothy Dickerson says:

    Plague Ship by Clive Cussler
    https://www.goodreads.com/review/show/1905758408

  18. Kary H. says:

    A Duty to the Dead (Bess Crawford #1) by Charles Todd
    https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/6093438-a-duty-to-the-dead

  19. Dorothy Dickerson says:

    https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/10285237-dark-watch
    Working on another Clive Custler book and an nearly halfway done 😀

    • Kim says:

      You are making me want to read some more Clive Custler! I haven’t read one of his books in a few years.

      • Dorothy Dickerson says:

        I have a friend who has a lot of his books and when I told her what the monthly motif was she gave me four books. All of them from the Oregon Files. I may get the third one done she loaned me at least. Good stuff! 🙂

  20. Accidentally on Purpose (Heartbreaker Bay #3) by Jill Shalvis
    https://www.goodreads.com/review/show/1734563644

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