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  • November 2021 Thrillers

    November 2021 Thrillers

    Lots of new books this month…..enjoy. 🙂 Her Name Is Knight by Yasmin Angoe Midlife Psychic by Carolyn Arnold Hostile by Ted Denton Crosshairs by Patricia Bradley Thoughts and Prayers by Lee Anne Post Straight Up by Cathi Stoler A Final Call by Eliot Parker One More Kill by Carolyn Arnold Lights Out by Natalie Walters The Dying Day by Vaseem Khan Velvet Elvis by Greg […]

  • Book Review: “The Detachment” by Barry Eisler

    Book Review: “The Detachment” by Barry Eisler

    Genre: Thriller Living a nice restful life in Tokyo, John Rain, is going about his normal activities when he spots two beefy, military looking, guys watching him as he works out at the Kokodan. Rain has not killed anyone in a long time, but, his trouble radar is still intact as he decides to make […]

  • Book Review: “The Charlemagne Pursuit” by Steve Berry

    Book Review: “The Charlemagne Pursuit” by Steve Berry

    Genre: Thriller November 1971 Cotton Malone’s dad, Forrest, was commanding a top secret mission using a small top secret submarine, the NR-1A (aka the USS Blazek). There was a malfunction in the nuclear power plant, then a fire, then the sub disappeared…all on board were presumed dead. Mission not Accomplished. Present Day Cotton Malone has […]

  • Book Review: “Lethal Agent” by Vince Flynn / Kyle Mills

    Book Review: “Lethal Agent” by Vince Flynn / Kyle Mills

    Genre: Thriller “Lethal Agent” is an ARC sent to me, as a Mitch Rapp Ambassador, by the Publisher.  It will be in “stores” September 24, 2019.  #MitchRappisBack Al Mukalla, Yemen Surviving a previous attack by Mitch Rapp in Iraq…..ISIS leader, Sayid Halabi, has been recovering, as much as he can, from his wounds. During his […]

  • Book Review: “Black List” by Brad Thor

    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 […]

  • Book Review: “Requiem for an Assassin” by Barry Eisler

    Book Review: “Requiem for an Assassin” by Barry Eisler

    Genre: Thriller Re-named by Barry Eisler as “The Killer Ascendant” this is John Rain book #6. Rain #7 is up next: “The Detachment”. Ex-Marine sniper Dox has been kidnapped by ex-CIA, now rogue operator, Hilger. Hilger has a need for three people to die a “natural death” and since that is John Rain’s specialty, Hilger […]

  • Book Review: “The Nowhere Man” by Gregg Hurwitz

    Book Review: “The Nowhere Man” by Gregg Hurwitz

    Genre: Thriller In book #2 of the Orphan X series, Evan Smoak finds himself helping 15 year old Anna Rezian. Anna has been “recruited”  at her high school by a young-looking jerk to open a secret Facebook account and upload some pictures.  She uploads a selfie, but, then nothing more.  The jerk corrals her the […]

  • Book Review: “Orphan X” by Gregg Hurwitz

    Book Review: “Orphan X” by Gregg Hurwitz

    Genre: Thriller “Water poured from the rainfall showerhead, washing dried crimson flecks from his face. He scrubbed at his hands and forearms, freeing rivulets of red. There was a lot of blood. None of it was his.” Evan Smoak was taken from the orphanage when he was 12 years old.  The man who he lived […]

  • October 2018 Thrillers

    October 2018 Thrillers

    Lots of new books this October.  Happy Halloween and happy reading. 🙂 What She Gave Away by Catharine Riggs The Spying Moon by Sandra Ruttan Mental State by M. Todd Henderson The Devil’s Wind by Steve Goble The Black Car Business Volume 2 by Lawrence Kelter Trimmed to Death by Nancy J. Cohen Beach Body by Jennifer Soosar Harms´ Way by Thomas Rayfiel […]

  • Book Review: “U is for Undertow” by Sue Grafton

    Book Review: “U is for Undertow” by Sue Grafton

    Kinsey Millhone is investigating an old missing-child cold case. Can she survive long enough to…..