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Book Review – Sharky's Machine – William Diehl

From the Publisher Italy, 1944: A squad of American soldiers on a dangerous secret mission is ambushed and slaughtered . . . and a fortune in gold vanishes. Hong Kong, 1959: An aging American colonel, haunted by his wartime past, is brutally murdered in a luxurious brothel. Atlanta, 1975: The …

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Book Review – Sharky’s Machine – William Diehl

From the Publisher Italy, 1944: A squad of American soldiers on a dangerous secret mission is ambushed and slaughtered . . . and a fortune in gold vanishes. Hong Kong, 1959: An aging American colonel, haunted by his wartime past, is brutally murdered in a luxurious brothel. Atlanta, 1975: The …

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Book Review – Mind Prey – John Sandford

Detective Lucas Davenport knows he has met his match. For his newest nemesis is more intelligent–and more deadly–than any he has tracked before. A kidnapper. A violator. A pure, wanton killer who knows more about mind games than Lucas himself. Yet another Lucas Davenport book, this time searching for a …

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Book Review – Icefire – Judith & Garfield Reeves-Stevens

From the Publisher The most destructive natural disaster in history isn”t natural…. THE PLACE Antarctica. The Ross Ice Shelf. A floating slab of solid ice the size of France, more than 3,000 feet thick. THE EVENT On Thanksgiving weekend, six precisely placed nuclear warheads buried 2,000 feet beneath the ice …

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Book Review – Icefire – Judith & Garfield Reeves-Stevens

From the Publisher The most destructive natural disaster in history isn”t natural…. THE PLACE Antarctica. The Ross Ice Shelf. A floating slab of solid ice the size of France, more than 3,000 feet thick. THE EVENT On Thanksgiving weekend, six precisely placed nuclear warheads buried 2,000 feet beneath the ice …

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Book Review – Eye of the needle – Ken Follett

From the Publisher One enemy spy knows the secret if the Allies’ greatest deception, a brilliant aristocrat and ruthless assassin–code name: Another world war II thriller, as the athorities chase down the one man who can stop the allied invasion of Europe. Tense, fast paced and well written!

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Book Review – The Defender by Bill Mesce Jr

From the Publisher In the critically acclaimed novels The Advocate and Officer of the Court, Bill Mesce Jr. introduced readers to a new hero in the world of military suspense. The Defender is the electrifying tale of Major Harry Voss’s most riveting case yet: a wartime court-martial that could cost …

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Book Review – Night Over Water – Ken Follett

Set at the start of world war 2, a sea plane is flying from England to America. On board the passengers include a gangster, a thief, a scientist, a facist. Ken Follett takes over 100 pages to devlope the characters before getting into the action of this 500 page thriller. …

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Book Review – Excavation – James Rollins

From the Publisher The South American Jungle Guards Many Secrets… and a remarkable site nestled between two towering Andean peaks, hidden from human eyes for thousands years. Dig Deeper… through layers of rock and mystery, through centuries of dark, forgotten legends. Into Ancient Catacombs… where ingenious traps have been laid …

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Book Review – The Golden Rendezvous – Alistair MacLean

This is a classic thriller. A hi-jacked ship, an atomic bomb, and 150 million dollars in gold. Fast paced, intense and written in a style that keeps the pages turning. this is probably the tenth time I have read it and I still love each and every page. No swearing, …

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Book Review – Winter Prey – John Sandford

A child sex ring in a small town sets off a bloody trail of murders until Lucas Davenport can find the killer. While the style isn’t fantastic, the plot isn’t amazing, and the characters great, there is definatly something about a John Sandford book that draws the reader in and …

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Book Review – The Advocate by Bill Mesce Jr

From the Publisher A novel of World War II, conspiracy, and murder It is 1943 — and the unthinkable has happened: a local spotter on the remote English coastline has witnessed American pilots, returning from a bombing run, turning their guns on one of their own. The victim and his …

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Book Review – Deep Lie – Stuart Woods

From the Publisher The classic techno-thriller of superpower espionage from New York Times bestselling master of suspense Stuart Woods! Sifting through reams of seemingly unrelated intelligence, CIA analyst Katherine Rule discovers a chilling pattern: an ultrasecret Baltic submarine base…a crafty Russian spy-master in command…a carefully planned invasion about to be …

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Book Review – Speaking in Tongues by Jeffery Deaver

From the Publisher Aaron Matthews is a man with a gift: he can talk anyone into doing almost anything. As a psychologist he used that talent to help people. Now he”s using it against one man for revenge. With former trial lawyer Tate Collier as his target, the brilliant, ruthless …

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Book Review – Crossing The Line – Clinton Mckenzie

From the Publisher Clinton McKinzie writes powerhouse thrillers that are like nothing you’ve ever read— novels that crackle with raw emotion and brilliantly explore the nature of risk: the risk that lovers take, adventurers seek, and men and women live with on both sides of the law. In an unforgettable …

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Book Review – The Devils Teardrop – Jeffery Deaver

From the Publisher New Year”s Eve, 1999. After an early morning machine-gun attack by a madman man called the Digger leaves dozens dead in the Washington, D.C. subway, the mayor”s office receives a message demanding twenty million dollars by midnight or more innocents will die. With the ransom note as …

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