Author Archives: Mike Pihlman

June 2019 Thrillers

New thrillers for your spring reading list. Enjoy! Borrowed Time by Tracy Clark White Oaks by Jill Hand Murder She Wrote, Murder in Red by Jon Land & Jessica Fletcher Countdown by Matt Phillips Part-time Zombie by Gerald Dean Rice Her Secret Son by Hannah Mary McKinnon Greasepaint & .45s by Ryan Sayles (editor) Charlie 316 by Colin Conway and Frank Zafiro The Alchemist of Lost Souls by Mary

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Book Review: “Two for the Dough” by Janet Evanovich

Genre: Mystery On a stakeout with experienced bounty hunter, Ranger, new bounty hunter Stephanie Plum is nervous and is without a loaded gun. Duh. A brand new 4×4 pulls up to the house they are watching, hoping that Kenny Mancuso shows up so they can grab him (for shooting his ex-best friend in the knee then skipping bail) and reap

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“The Night Trade” by Barry Eisler

Genre: Thriller Two months after the final events in the first book (“Livia Lone”). Livia (real name, Labee) has re-settled into her Seattle Police Department position in anti-trafficking. Livia is teaching a self-defense class when her boss, Lt. Donna Strangland, interrupts class to introduce Livia to Homeland Security Special Agent Benjamin Dixon Little. He is there to talk to Livia

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May 2019 Thrillers

A few new books for this month. Happy Reading! 🙂 The Flagler Hunt by Jeremy Burns Before She Was Found by Heather Gudenkauf Outcry Witness by Thomas Zigal Every Last Breath by Juno Rushdan The Hiding Place by C. J. Tudor The Pandora Room by Christopher Golden The Furious Way by Aaron Phillip Clark Widows’ Revenge by Lynda La Plante Once More Unto the Breach by Meghan Holloway Love

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“Camino Island” by John Grisham

Genre: Thriller Mark, Denny, Trey, Jerry, and Ahmed planned the “perfect” crime. Together, they planned, and executed, the nearly perfect heist of several of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s original handwritten manuscripts, including “The Great Gatsby”, from the Firestone Library at Princeton University. Each manuscript will be worth millions, and Mark, Denny, Trey, Jerry, and Ahmed are basking in their new found

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Book Review: “The Venetian Betrayal” by Steve Berry

Genre: Thriller “The Venetian Betrayal” is #3 in the Cotton Malone series. I am back on track after reading an ARC of #12 “The Lost Order”. Cotton Malone is a retired Department of Justice Magellan Billet special operative. He owns a book store in Copenhagen. On his way home after a meeting of the Danish Antiquarian Booksellers Society he decides

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