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Book Case Club Review + Coupon – Thrill Seeker – March 2016

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BookCase.Club is a new book subscription box. Each month they deliver 2 books based on your preferences. Here are the subscription options:

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My Subscription Addiction paid for this box. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes).

This review is of the Thrill Seeker Case.


The Subscription Box: BookCase.Club

The Cost: $9.99 a month plus $5 shipping

COUPON: Use coupon code CRATEJOY to save 10% off your first month!

The Products: 2 books selected based on your subscription preference.

Ships to: US

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Each box comes with a card detailing the two books selected.


Black Irish by Stephan Talty – Retail Value $26 (On Amazon for $19.44)

Book summary from Amazon:

In this explosive debut thriller by the author of Empire of Blue Water, a brilliant homicide detective returns home, where she confronts a city’s dark demons and her own past while pursuing a brutal serial killer on a vengeful rampage.

Absalom “Abbie” Kearney grew up an outsider in her own hometown. Even being the adopted daughter of a revered cop couldn’t keep Abbie’s troubled past from making her a misfit in the working-class Irish American enclave of South Buffalo. And now, despite a Harvard degree and a police detective’s badge, she still struggles to earn the respect and trust of those she’s sworn to protect. But all that may change, once the killing starts.

When Jimmy Ryan’s mangled corpse is found in a local church basement, this sadistic sacrilege sends a bone-deep chill through the winter-whipped city. It also seems to send a message—one that Abbie believes only the fiercely secretive citizens of the neighborhood known as “the County” understand. But in a town ruled by an old-world code of silence and secrecy, her search for answers is stonewalled at every turn, even by fellow cops. Only when Abbie finds a lead at the Gaelic Club, where war stories, gossip, and confidences flow as freely as the drink, do tongues begin to wag—with desperate warnings and dire threats. And when the killer’s mysterious calling card appears on her own doorstep, the hunt takes a shocking twist into her own family’s past. As the grisly murders and grim revelations multiply, Abbie wages a chilling battle of wits with a maniac who sees into her soul, and she swears to expose the County’s hidden history—one bloody body at a time.

With Black Irish, Stephen Talty stakes a place beside Jo Nesbø, John Sandford, and Tana French on the cutting edge of psychological crime thrillers.


The Lost Girls of Rome by Donato Carrisi – Retail Value $26 (On Amazon for $21.47)

Book Summary from Amazon:

A grieving young widow, seeking answers to her husband’s death, becomes entangled in an investigation steeped in the darkest mysteries of Rome.

Sandra Vega, a forensic analyst with the Roman police department, mourns deeply for a marriage that ended too soon. A few months ago, in the dead of night, her husband, an up-and-coming journalist, plunged to his death at the top of a high-rise construction site. The police ruled it an accident. Sanda is convinced it was anything but.

Launching her own inquiries, Sanda finds herself on a dangerous trail, working the same case that she is convinced led to her husband’s murder. An investigation which is deeply entwined with a series of disappearances that has swept the city, and brings Sandra ever closer to a centuries-old secret society that will do anything to stay in the shadows.

Verdict: I think this is a great book subscription if you are looking for value. It would cost me approximately $40 to buy these books from Amazon, so to get them for $15 is a great deal. To provide that value, I imagine BookCase.Club gets deals on books that aren’t new releases. (These were both originally published in 2013.) If you don’t need the most recent books, I think this could be a perfect book subscription.

What do you think of BookCase.Club?

Written by Liz Cadman

Liz Cadman

Liz is the founder of My Subscription Addiction. She’s been hooked on subscription boxes since 2011 thanks to Birchbox, and she now subscribes to over 100 boxes. Her favorites include POPSUGAR Must Have, FabFitFun, and any box that features natural beauty products!
All views in this review are the opinion of the author. My Subscription Addiction will never accept payment in exchange for a review, but will accept a box at no cost to provide honest opinions on the box. This post may contain affiliate/referral links. Read the complete My Subscription Addiction disclosure.


  1. Just a heads up for those considering subscribing to this – not all the books delivered are hardcover. I just received my first shipment and I got one hardcover and one paperback. Both books look interesting and the value is still there but it’s not quite as spectacular as with 2 hardcovers. Also, both books had remainder marks. That being said, the packaging is very sturdy so I don’t ever expect I will receive damaged books.

    I’m super picky about books (I thoroughly enjoy reading a book in pristine condition) but remainder marks and paperbacks aren’t deal breakers for me, but I know they are for some people so I just thought I would pass along my experience.

    I’m still very pleased to have subscribed.

  2. While these books may be a little older, I am still seriously considering this sub. I utilize the library a lot, but would like the surprise of a couple new books each month. I wonder how the YA category is. I have only recently really gotten into YA, so I think if they’re older I still probably haven’t read them. I am sure I haven’t read most of the Thriller category.

    Now to justify this $15 per month to myself…

    • YA book review coming soon 🙂

  3. Book subs like this scare me!! I’d love to get the value out of it, but I own so many books, I’m always scared for repeats 🙁 Might try a box anyway, that’s quite a deal..;)

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