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JT Ellison's Reviews

Reviews of JT’s Work

The Final Cut
Jul.30.2013
Published by Publishers Weekly
Bestseller Coulter (Bombshell) teams with Ellison (Edge of Black) on a thriller that manages to be both intricate and full of jaw-dropping action sequences. Det. Chief Insp....
EDGE OF BLACK (November 13, 2012) Sam Owens #2
Nov.04.2012
Published by Romantic Times
Ellison delivers another outstanding crime thriller that plays on many of a reader's emotions: fear, love, hate and shock among them. It's obvious from the first page that this...
EDGE OF BLACK (November 13, 2012) Sam Owens #2
Nov.04.2012
Published by Publisher's Weekly
Publishers WeeklyA biological attack on the Washington, D.C., subway system propels Ellison’s suspenseful second Samantha Owens novel (after A Deeper Darkness). Former medical...
Where All The Dead Lie
Aug.25.2011
Published by Romantic Times
Ellison deserves to be mentioned in the same breath as Lisa Gardner and Tess Gerritsen. Her latest novel examines life after experiencing a traumatic event while also...
Where All The Dead Lie
Aug.01.2011
Published by Publishers Weekly
Ellison's seventh Taylor Jackson thriller (after So Close the Hand of Death) reduces the body count from previous installments but maintains the tension as the Nashville homicide...
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Dec.08.2010
Published by Bookreporter
One would hardly think of Nashville as a setting for a police procedural series. Yet what J.T. Ellison has done with the city in her award-winning Taylor Jackson books is...
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Aug.23.2010
Published by Publishers Weekly
Ellison's outstanding fifth Taylor Jackson thriller (after February 2010's The Cold Room) pits the homicide cop against a killer in league with the dark side. On Halloween, the...
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Published by Notes from the Handbasket, a blog by Laura Benedict
One of my favorite J.T. Ellison quotes is, "Just how many serial killers can Nashville have?" J.T. is the bestselling author of the Taylor Jackson thriller novel series set in...
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Feb.15.2010
Published by Chapter 16
Though she began her career working as a staffer in the White House, J.T. Ellison now lives in Nashville, Tennessee, and writes full time. Her novels—All the Pretty Girls, 14, and...
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Mar.01.2010
Published by January Magazine
J.T. Ellison’s latest Nashville-based novel, The Cold Room (Mira), finds her series homicide detective, Taylor Jackson, chasing an unusual serial killer. He starves his victims to...
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Mar.01.2010
Published by Fiction Nation XM/Sirius
I'm Kim Alexander and this is Fiction Nation. The book is The Cold Room by J.T. Ellison. It's a great pleasure for me on a personal level when authors I like have continued...
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Mar.01.2010
Published by Romantic Times
Romantic Times Rating 4.5 stars Top Pick Flawlessly plotted, with well-defined characters and conflict, Ellison's latest is quite simply a gem. But some of its facets are dark and...
Judas Kiss
Published by The Strand Magazine
by Steven Steinbock With a heartbreaking opening and a heart-stopping conclusion, J.T. Ellison's third novel is at times disturbing, at times titillating, and from start to finish...
Judas Kiss
Jan.01.2009
Published by Romantic Times
Ellison has a flair for the macabre shared by few writers, and her latest is heartily recommended to anyone who enjoys a scary-good mystery and/or a strong female protagonist. The...
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14
Published by Mystery Scene
JT Ellison's 14 (Mira, $6.99) holds up against any top drawer suspense novel. The title refers to the number of people slain in the serial killings. Troubling, though, is the fact...