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reviewed Finn: A Novel. June 11, 2009
Finn: A Novel
When Ray Bradbury speaks to writers, he offers them this pearl: The notion of 'What if.' 'What if we actually colonized Mars?' 'What if the government in future generations decided books were subversive?' …
reviewed Temple a novel. May 16, 2009
Temple a novel by Mathew Reilly
A race to obtain a mysterious Incan idol is the focal point of this book. Everyone is trying to be the first to reach it from the US Military to terrorist groups to German special police. The reason: …
reviewed Numbered Account. May 13, 2009
Numbered Account a novel by Christopher Reich
Having worked in a bank most of my career it is interesting to see what goes on in the Chairman's office where all the big decisions are made. Also, being familiar with money laundering and other rules …
reviewed The Rift. May 13, 2009
The Rift a novel by Walter J. Williams
Don't let this book's size daunt you or the sometimes terribly boring parts at the beginning stop you. Once you get past the first 250 pages or so we have a powerful book that will have your head spinning …
reviewed High Crimes: A Novel. May 11, 2009
High Crimes a novel by Joseph Finder
I really enjoyed this different type of courtroom thriller. It focuses on a top flight criminal defense lawyer (Clair) being called upon to defend her husband (Tom) at a military court-marshall trial. …
reviewed Riptide: A Novel. May 06, 2009
Riptide a novel by Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child
Having read other Preston/Child books, I was disappointed with this book. It centers on Malin Hatch, a middle-aged doctor whose family owns an Island with a buried pirate treasure. The island itself is …
reviewed The Codex. May 03, 2009
The Codex a novel by Douglas Preston
The premise behind this book is that a wealthy collector of antiquities bequeaths his collection worth 500 Million to his sons. The only problem is that he has buried his collection along with himself …
reviewed Thunderhead a novel by Douglas Preston. May 03, 2009
Thunderhead a novel by Douglas Preston
This book has a lot of interesting information about archeology and the tribes that inhabited the New Mexico (I'm assuming that is where they were) area hundreds of years ago.     Nora, …
reviewed The Night Ferry. January 25, 2009
The Night Ferry, Michael Robothom
Two returning characters are featured in Robotham's latest thriller, Sikh homicide detective Alisha Barba and Detective Inspector Vincent Ruiz. Out of commission since a serious back injury from her last …
reviewed The Death and Life of Bobby Z, Don Wi.... January 19, 2009
Death and Life of Bobby Z Don Winslow
When three-time loser Tim Kearney is offered an opportunity to exchange his life for that of infamous drug merchant Bobby Z, he doesn't have to think twice about the answer. His life on the line after …
reviewed Gideon. May 15, 2000
First of all- There is not any relationship (or at least from what I saw) between the biblical story and this novel. No fires consuming food or 300 soldiers destroying large armies. What you do have is …
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