TracyReaderDad Book Reviews: List of Books Read in 2019

Looking at my bookshelf, I read 23 real books, 1 electronic book, and 2 short stories (while waiting for the latest Mitch Rapp ARC to arrive). Not bad, even though my production has decreased from an average of about 30 books a year in my younger days. 🙂 Enjoy! "Requiem for an Assassin" by Barry … Continue reading TracyReaderDad Book Reviews: List of Books Read in 2019

Book Review: “Empire of Ivory” by Naomi Novik

Genre: Fantasy Laurence and Temeraire have just returned to England from China. Along the way (in the last book) they picked up some dragon eggs, one of which hatched on the way......a very feisty fire-breathing dragon. Iskierka is now captained by Granby, and is growing very quickly, but, her personality is still feisty. 😉 At … Continue reading Book Review: “Empire of Ivory” by Naomi Novik

November 2019 Thrillers

A bunch of new books for your Holiday reading list. Enjoy! 🙂 Widow's Run by T. G. WolffBall Park by John FarrowThe Big Crescendo by Jonathan BrownLethal Savage by Dave EdlundPast This Point by Nicole MabryLegacy of Fear by A. J. McCarthyThe Budapest Escape by Bill RappCrossfire by Lee GimenezFamous in Cedarville by Erica WrightPassport to Death by Yigal ZurCarnage in Singapore by Randall KrzakMaxine Unleashes … Continue reading November 2019 Thrillers

Book Review: “Out of the Dark” by Gregg Hurwitz

Genre: Thriller I have been writing book reviews here for over 12 years and have NEVER had two books in a row, from the same author, with 5 Watertowers. Until now. Evan Smoak was “recruited” into a secret government organization as a 12 year old where he was taught the skills he needed to become … Continue reading Book Review: “Out of the Dark” by Gregg Hurwitz

Book Review: “Hellbent” by Gregg Hurwitz

Genre: Thriller "Y.A.S, Y.A.L" Evan Smoak was "recruited" into a secret government organization as a 12 year old, and taught the skills he needed to become an off-the-books assassin: Orphan X. A few years ago, Evan left the Orphan program to become "The Nowhere Man". A person who would help anyone who called 1-855-2-NOWHERE and … Continue reading Book Review: “Hellbent” by Gregg Hurwitz