Brad Taylor No Fortunate Son

No Fortunate Son: A Pike Logan Thriller by Brad Taylor

When veteran operator Pike Logan and partner Jennifer Cahill receive a letter from Blaisdell Consulting—the umbrella cover company for their real employer, a top secret counterterrorist unit called the Taskforce—they expect orders for their next mission-impossible tasking. Instead, they learn that their latest actions have gotten them fired, despite having saved thousands of innocent lives. […]

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Betrayed by Cara Louise

Book Review: Betrayed: A Story of Palestine – Past and Present by Cara Louise

The Bottom Line: A gorgeously written, meticulously researched archaeological mystery. Despite a heavy political message, Betrayed is a satisfying page-turner that is well-worth reading. Betrayed is a story of an American archaeologist living in Jerusalem who believes she may have found the secrets of the Ark of the Covenant, the implications of which have deadly […]

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David DeLee With Intent to Deceive

Book Review: With Intent To Deceive, a New Crime Thriller by David DeLee

The Bottom Line: An adrenaline-fueled ladycop thriller jam-packed with fast cars, gun battles and deliciously gut-wrenching moral dilemmas. The latest installment of David DeLee’s Grace deHaviland Bounty Hunter series pits the author’s heroine against her good friend, County Sheriff’s Deputy Suzie Jensen. The book opens to an action sequence in which Suzie is thrust into […]

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The War Planners, a new Military Thriller by Andrew Watts

A Chinese invasion is coming. A covert American team makes plans for war. But for which side? The Chinese economy is faltering. Civil unrest threatens the Communist leadership’s grip on power. But where some see a crisis, others see an opportunity. A CIA operative in Shanghai transmits two earth-shattering revelations to his contacts in Langley, […]

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It’s In Her Blood, a New Medical Thriller by S.S. Roswell

When a video of Gail’s son displaying his unusual ability to recall information, a gift that she shares, is released on the Internet, her life overturns, starting with her husband’s disappearance. She faces insurmountable danger, taking lives and putting hers on the line, to save him while dealing with emotional turmoil when she finds out […]

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The Republic of Virtue by Jefferson Flanders

Book Review: The Republic of Virtue, a new Historical Thriller from Jefferson Flanders

The Bottom Line: Historical suspense fans should get in on the ground floor of this riveting and spectacularly researched new series from Jefferson Flanders. The Republic of Virtue opens, appropriately enough, with a duel in 18th century Paris. It’s dawn at the Champ de Mars, and there are no witnesses. After several intense minutes of […]

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Revival by Stephen King

Book Review: Revival, a Thriller by Stephen King

The Bottom Line: Not to be missed, this potboiler masquerades as a coming-of-age novel until its grand climax delivers one of the most satisfying and unsettling Stephen King finishes ever. Perhaps one of the luxuries of being a perennial best seller is the ability to shed contemporary genre conventions and just take your time telling a great story. In Revival, King dispenses with […]

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The Girl on The Train by Paula Hawkins

The Girl on the Train, a new Psychological Thriller by Paula Hawkins

A debut psychological thriller that will forever change the way you look at other people’s lives. Rachel takes the same commuter train every morning. Every day she rattles down the track, flashes past a stretch of cozy suburban homes, and stops at the signal that allows her to daily watch the same couple breakfasting on […]

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