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“The Redbreast” by Jo Nesbo

Genre: Mystery “Hi, this is Ellen and Helge’s answerphone. Please leave a message.”  Thus starts the most devastating, heartbreaking, powerful, and brilliant, ten pages in a book that I have EVER read. “The Redbreast” is the third Harry Hole novel and follows the lives of several people (in addition to Harry) spanning the time from World War II and the

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“The Last Second” by Robin Burcell

Genre: Thriller “The Last Second” is a novella written by Facebook friend, Robin Burcell.  I had forgotten how crisp and clear Robin’s writing style is free of that unknown author…..Clive something or other.  😉 Zach Griffin, special agent for the ATLAS intelligence agency, and Sydney Fitzpatrick, forensic artist for the FBI are headed to Pocito, Arizona to find out why

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“Tracker: A Short Story Exclusive” by James Rollins

Genre: Thriller This is a short story prequel to “Bloodline” by James Rollins. Ex-Army Ranger and dog handler, Tucker Wayne, and his faithful companion (and his military superior), Kane, are enjoying coffee at a bistro in Budapest, Hungary. Kane is a Belgian Malinois and was trained to act as Tucker’s right hand man in Afghanistan.  As a civilian, Kane still

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“The Last Mile” by David Baldacci

 <– Blaze’s paw 🙂 Genre: Thriller This is book #2 in the Amos Decker series.  To better understand who Amos is and what makes him special….read my review of  the first book “Memory Man”. “Well, that’s a relief. You know, when he first came here his memory was razor sharp. Probably better than yours.” “I seriously doubt that,” said Decker

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