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Book Review: “Black List” by Brad Thor

Genre: Thriller Note: Two years ago I stopped reading “Full Black” on page 340, a “clunker”, but, I gave it my best try considering the dark times just starting in 2017. In 2019, I decided to pick up Brad Thor again. “Black List” is awesome! Caroline Romero is being followed. An employee of the top secret private company, Adaptive Technology

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Short Story Review: “Switchblade” by Michael Connelly

Genre: Thriller Emily Robertson works as the “sorter” in the Los Angeles Police Department’s Open-Unsolved Unit. Calls with info on cold cases come in to Emily, she sorts them, then hands the verified cases over to the unit’s detectives for further investigation. Emily loves her job and Detective Harry Bosch loves seeing Emily when she makes her weekly rounds thru

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Short Story Review: “Honor &…” by Sandra Brown and C.J. Box

Genre: Thriller A short story collaboration between old friend, Joe Pickett, and newly met, Lee Coburn. If you read this blog, you know that Joe Pickett is a Wyoming Game Warden, he can’t shoot a pistol to save his life, he is not afraid of anyone or anything, has a wife and three daughters, and has a VERY deadly friend….Nate

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Book Review: “The Forgotten” by David Baldacci

Genre: Thriller “The Forgotten” is book #2 in the John Puller series. Plot Line 1 After the events in “Zero Day” Army Criminal Investigation Department (CID) Warrant Officer John Puller took some time off to recover. With only a week to go before heading back to work, John’s father, ex-Army General John Sr. (who is in a VA Hospital suffering

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“The Disappeared” by C.J. Box

Genre: Thriller Joe Pickett, Game Warden in Saddlestring, WY, is sent on a special assignment for (newly elected) Governor Allen. He is to pick up the investigation where the Wyoming DCI team left off….when the impetuous Governor fired them! The orders from this asshole Governor are: “Do it or lose your job. And keep Nate Romanowski away from the investigation”

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