Vince Flynn ushered in his counter-terrorism hero, Mitch Rapp, in the late 1990s and never looked back. His Mitch Rapp political thrillers are reliable best-sellers, and even after Flynn died far too young at age 47, the series continues through author Kyle Mills, who has done incredibly well with big shoes to fill. The Rapp […]
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The Bottom Line: One of the year’s best thrillers, the Fellowship is a rapid-fire adventure through London, South Africa, Paris and Rome that never lets up. Steeped in delicious mystery, this is a ride well worth taking. The second installment of William Tyree’s Blake Carver series finds the protagonist stuck behind a desk at the National […]
Brad Thor’s hero, Scot Harvath, just can’t catch a break. Just back from a mission to Somalia that has left him physically and emotionally spent, he’s saddled with another high-stakes mission (from the publisher): The most secretive organization in America operates without any accountability to the American people. Hiding in the shadows, pretending to be […]
Tom Clancy’s newest offering, Dead Or Alive, brings together longtime protagonist Jack Ryan, along with John Clark, Domingo Chavez and the President’s son Jack Ryan Jr.
Beecher White, a young archivist, spends his days working with the most important documents of the U.S. government. He has always been the keeper of other people’s stories, never a part of the story himself…until now.
Conservative political fiction writer Joel C. Rosenberg is back with another rich story of intrigue and danger in the far east.
Thriller writer Alex Berenson, author of The Faithful Spy and three subsequent novels, has just wrapped up his fifth in the series of John Wells novels, “The Secret Soldier.”
A compilation of reviews for right-wing extremist Glenn Beck’s paranoid new thriller, The Overton Window.
In Rubicon, AMC’s forthcoming conspiracy thriller, an analyst at a national think tank discovers that his employers may be part of a secret society that manipulates world events.
Route Irish, the infamously lethal route running between Baghdad’s airport and the Green Zone occupied by American forces, is the subject of a new thriller directed by Ken Loach (Riff Raff, Hidden Agenda, the Wind that Shakes the Barley). In the film, a former SAS officer investigates the suspicious death of his close friend. Check […]