michael byars lewis

Book Review: Surly Bonds, a Military Thriller by Michael Byars Lewis

The Bottom Line: Guaranteed to please Brad Thor fans, this terrific military thriller finds Moscow hardliners plotting to assassinate the next U.S. president. Moscow, 1995. A small group of communist hardliners, intent on overthrowing the existing Russian regime, gather to discuss operational details. Confident that their plans will work, there’s just one problem – Senator […]

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The Death Row Complex, a new Medical Thriller by Kristen Elise, PhD

An anonymous warning is sent to the White House, and a genetically engineered biological weapon is released in a California prison. The unpublished data of biologist Katrina Stone may hold the key to harnessing the lethal bacterium—and to its creation within the desperate world from which biotechnology is born.

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Finders Keepers Stephen King

Finders Keepers, a New Crime Thriller by Stephen King

“Wake up, genius.” So begins King’s story about a vengeful reader. The genius is John Rothstein, an iconic author who created a famous character, Jimmy Gold, but who hasn’t published a book for decades. Morris Bellamy is livid, not just because Rothstein has stopped providing books, but because the nonconformist Jimmy Gold has sold out […]

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Do Not Assume

Book Review: Do Not Assume, a Political Thriller by Elaine Williams Crockett

The Bottom Line: A high-stakes conspiracy thriller that starts big and gets more explosive with each succeeding chapter. A must for House of Cards fans. In Washington, an assassin’s bullet takes down a powerful senator. As the bold killer slips away into the night, investigators are left at loose ends – was the act perpetrated […]

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Ice Cap and the Rift

Book Review: The Ice Cap and the Rift, an Action Thriller by Marshall Chamberlain

The Bottom Line: The second entry in Chamberlain’s Ancestor Series is packed with even more ancient secrets, breathless adventure and international intrigue than its predecessor. What’s an 180,000 year old domed structure doing buried in the middle of an Icelandic ice cap? Who created it, and what technological treasures lie inside? After intrepid ex-marine and […]

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