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Sanctus by Simon Toyne

The Five Best Religious Thrillers of All Time

For this list, we’re defining a ‘religious thriller’ as a pulse-pounding mystery, conspiracy or quest that uses religious artifacts, secrets or clergy at the core of the story. We chose not to be constrained in our criteria by claims of religious accuracy, Biblical or otherwise. After all, even the most devout authors often take liberties with commonly held beliefs in […]

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The Franciscan by W R. Park

Book Review: The Franciscan, a new Vatican Thriller from W R. Park

The Bottom Line: Equal parts Vatican thriller and spy fable, The Franciscan is a fast-moving feast of betrayal, corruption and murder told by a master craftsman. [easyazon_cta add_to_cart=”default” align=”left” asin=”1500610062″ cloaking=”default” height=”42″ key=”tall-orange” localization=”default” locale=”US” nofollow=”default” new_window=”default” tag=”bestthricom-20″ width=”120″] It’s only fitting that W R.Park begins The Franciscan with a quote from Nostradamus, since Park himself […]

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Book Review: The Fellowship, a New Political Thriller by William Tyree

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 […]

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