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reviewed "The Panther". December 17, 2012
John Corey and his wife, Kate Mayfield, are asked to be part of a group to go to Yemen and find a terrorist and then either arrest the terrorist or kill him.      The Panther is a …
reviewed Big Trouble. December 13, 2012
Big Trouble
This zany story takes place in the Coconut Grove section of Miami, Florida.      Two high school boys are playing a game called killer. The rules are to use their water gun and shoot …
In "The Thieves of Legend: A Thriller," Richard Doetsch provides a well written story dealing with greed, master thieves, and family relationships,set in the exotic worlds of Beijing …
reviewed The White Road. December 01, 2012
The White Road
P.I. Charlie Parker is living in Maine with his lover, Rachel. She is happily pregnant with Charlie's child.      Charlie is asked by Elliot Norton, an old friend from …
The Charlemagne Pursuit: A Novel
Cotton Malone wants to learn more about how his father died. He knows that his father was the captain of an experimental sub that went down in Antarctica with all aboard.      …
reviewed Flowers At Midnight a book. November 19, 2012
Flowers At Midnight a book
In a fast moving, noir, crime novel, the action begins when an exotic dancer has a romantic liaison with a wealthy, high ranking politician. She agrees to his sexual fantasy and her boyfriend …
reviewed Luther: The Calling. November 12, 2012
Luther: The Calling
Neil Cross is the creator and writer for the BBC crime series "Luther" for which he has won an Edgar Award.      "Luther: The Calling" is the first book in a series …
reviewed swann dives in. November 12, 2012
swann dives in
Henry Swann is a skip tracer and tries to find people who have jumped their bail.      A wealthy attorney hires him to find his rebellious daughter who he hasn't heard from. She's …
reviewed A Rendezvous to did for. November 09, 2012
A Rendezvous to did for
Photographer Cassie Cassidy goes to a rendezvous where she hope to get photos of American Indians in action.      Unfortunately, she meets a reporter who gets into an argument with …
reviewed Night Blind. November 05, 2012
Night Blind
The story opens in France where a rogue French agent gets a lead on hidden wealth in Canada. He's also told it's time to go into hiding from France.      In Seattle, Blake …
reviewed The art of breaking glass. November 03, 2012
The art of breaking glass
Bill Kaiser is a man motivated by social justice. He also has a unique set of skills, from computer knowledge, to chemistry and explosives. He also could be crazy.      He has a particular …
reviewed Blades of Winter. October 31, 2012
Blades of Winter
Advertised as written in the style of comic book superheroes (POW), the novel also provides an alternate history of the U.S. and it's major enemies: the Soviet Union, Greater Germany and the Nationalist …
reviewed DEATH BY DEADLINE. October 26, 2012
DEATH BY DEADLINE
I'm enjoying a mini vacation in Florida and thought a novel about the Florida panther would be an entertaining bonus.      The story opens when a man is killed and officials aren't …
reviewed "Say You're Sorry". October 23, 2012
Two teenage girls go missing outside their home in the outskirts of London.      Various theories arise but nothing results until three years later there is a double murder …
reviewed Ghosts in Manhattan. October 21, 2012
Ghosts in Manhattan
Douglas Brunt delivers an expose of the activities that were taking place at Bear Stearns prior to that firm being prominent in the mortgage collapse that caused bank failures across the United …
reviewed Red Rain. October 16, 2012
Red Rain
R.L. Stine is a household name in the teen horror genre and with "Red Rain" moves into the adult horror category to give his readers another another story with edge of seat suspense.   …
reviewed The Brink. October 13, 2012
The Brink
The President is informed of a foiled robbery at the Library of Congress. Thieves were attempting to steal a document that showed our forefathers foresaw the economic collapse of our country.   …
reviewed Glitz. October 11, 2012
Glitz
The story begins when a thief tries to rob a man carrying grocers to his home. What the robber didn't realize was that the other man was a cop. In the shoot out that followed, the police officer is …
reviewed Founders. October 09, 2012
Founders
James Wesley Rawles is a talented writer and survivalist with a story to tell.      He believes that the world is heading for a financial disaster that will have cataclysmic results.   …
reviewed The Killing Kind. October 07, 2012
The Killing Kind
Once again, John Connolly gives his readers a unique and frightening story.      A construction crew unearths an unmarked cemetery in the upper regions of Maine.      …
reviewed "Pierced". October 04, 2012
This is  a follow up to the captivating masterpiece "Burned" which featured investigative crime reporter Henning Jull who is still dealing the with death of his six-year-old …
reviewed Edge of Dark Water. September 30, 2012
Edge of Dark Water
May Lynn was an attractive sixteen-year-old with dreams of going to Hollywood.      One day a few of her friends are fishing and pull her body from their nets in the Sabine River in …
reviewed Backfire. September 24, 2012
Backfire
Judge Ramsey Hunt is gunned down outside of his home in San Francisco. He was just starting a case in a murder trial of Clive and Cindy Cahill. The prosecuting attorney had been someone who tried hard …
reviewed The Vanishing Point. September 22, 2012
The Vanishing Point
"The Vanishing Point" opens with the kidnapping of a child from busy Chicago O'Hare Airport.      In a dreaded scene that parents traveling with youngsters can relate …
reviewed Creole Belle. September 19, 2012
Creole Belle
Dave Robicheaux is recovering from a gunshot in the back.  He's been given morphine for the pain and as an alcoholic, he's having difficulty managing his meds. One night, a young woman, Tee Jolie c …
reviewed Texasville. September 18, 2012
Texasville
"Texasville" is the sequel to "The Last Picture Show."  Many years have gone by and the young characters from "The Last Picture Show," are now middle aged. The town …
reviewed Criminal: A Novel. September 14, 2012
Criminal: A Novel
The action takes place in Atlanta, Georgia in 1975-76. Two female police officers are trying to do their jobs in the midst of the ridicule they take from the male counterparts.       …
reviewed A Fistful of Collars. September 13, 2012
A Fistful of Collars
In a story involving a popular detective team, canine narrator, Chet, and his human companion, Bernie, have an adventure involving Hollywood film making and baby sitting bad boy stars.      …
reviewed "Gone". September 10, 2012
Hannah Smith is a fishing guide in Florida. She inherited the business and home from her uncle, Doc Ford. He was the father who Hannah never had and she was the son that Doc never had.   …
reviewed Four Brothers (Special Collector's Ed.... September 10, 2012
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Four Brothers (Special Collector's Edition) (2005)
A woman is in a convenient store apparently at the wrong moment. Two men rob the store, then kill the employee and then her.      She is the mother of four adopted sons. When no one …
reviewed Live by Night. September 06, 2012
Live by Night
"Live By Night" is an incendiary story, spanning the rise in power of Joe Coughlin who is about to turn age twenty as the story unfolds.      Prior to the action in the story, …
reviewed Tragic Ground. September 04, 2012
Tragic Ground
Dusting off the top of  "Tragic Ground" I found a novel that was interesting to re-read.      "Tragic Ground" is an example of the naturalistic style of American …
reviewed The Trinity Game. August 31, 2012
The Trinity Game
Daniel Byrne is a lead investigator for the Vatican. His responsibility is to check so called miracles to see if they have any validity.      He's assigned to the United States …
reviewed "Seven Days". August 27, 2012
This story begins with someone accusing the South African police of covering up the murder of Henneke Sloet, an attractive attorney who was stabbed to death in her luxury apartment. There were no signs …
reviewed Going to the BAD. August 27, 2012
Going to the BAD
"Going to the BAD" is a humorous mystery that is so visual that it's as if the action was taking place on a TV screen before us and someone like Julia Louis-Dreyfus, one of the stars of …
reviewed Trust your eyes. August 25, 2012
Trust your eyes
Ray Kilbride is a man you might meet anyplace. In this novel, he comes home for his father's funeral. Then he must decide what to do with his brother, Tom, who is schizophrenic and spends most of …
reviewed Empire of the Sun. August 24, 2012
Empire of the Sun
"Empire of the Sun," is a semi-autobiographical novel of when J. G. Ballard was at the Lunghua Interment Camp, as a boy, during WWII.      The story opens when the protagonist, …
And She Was: A Novel of Suspense
In 1998 Carol Wentz attends a neighborhood party. Six-year-old Iris Neff sees her in the kitchen and asks for some juice. When Carol gives it to her, Iris complains that she doesn't like that flavor …
reviewed Rain Gods: A Novel. August 21, 2012
Rain Gods: A Novel
This is a story about justice and friendship.      Sheriff Hackberry Holland's office received a call that there were shots fired behind an old church in this community by the …
reviewed Mexican Hat. August 21, 2012
Mexican Hat
Michael McGarrity has a sense of the Southwest and his description of the character, Kevin Kerney is clear and delightful. His actions remind me of the true cowboy and the role that Clint Eastwood played …
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