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reviewed The Guardian of Genghis Khan's Tomb. April 10, 2013
The Guardian of Genghis Khan's Tomb
This novel is about an 800-year-old treasure that comes very close to starting a third World War.      In an isolated bit of Mongolia, Genghis Khan buried the spoils from his years …
reviewed The Guardian of Genghis Khan's Tomb. April 10, 2013
The Guardian of Genghis Khan's Tomb
This novel is about an 800-year-old treasure that comes very close to starting a third World War.      In an isolated bit of Mongolia, Genghis Khan buried the spoils from his years …
reviewed Collusion: A Jack Lennon Investigatio.... September 15, 2010
Collusion: A Jack Lennon Investigation Set in
This sequel to "The Ghosts of Belfast" takes its time. Jack Lennon's character's expanded and although not quite likable, his predicament softens you to him. In Irish noir fashion, he's …
reviewed The Overton Window. September 09, 2010
The Overton Window [Hardcover]
   Because of the large sales numbers for THE OVERTON WINDOW, I started the novel with high expectations for a rip-roaring page-turner. I was disappointed.  The opening was a grabber and …
posted a Quick Tip about All the King's Men (book). July 04, 2010
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reviewed All the King's Men (book). October 26, 2009
All the King's Men (book) A novel by Robert Penn W
My immediate reaction to All the King’s Men was that Robert Penn Warren’s profoundly vivid prose is more akin to music than text, and experiencing his story makes one realize that reading …
reviewed All the King's Men (book). July 15, 2009
All the King's Men (book) A novel by Robert Penn W
The themes of “All the King’s Men” include the issues of idealism versus pragmatism, whether or not the ends can justify the means, and whether or not the truth really sets one free. …
reviewed Ultimatum. April 27, 2009
Ultimatum a novel by Matthew Glass
I was very disappointed with this look at the future where a President (Joe Benton) is faced with negotiating with other countries to stem the effects of global warning before world catastrophe occurs. …
reviewed Red, White, and Blue (America Series #2). March 30, 2009
Red, White, and Blue (America Series #2)
Red, White, and Blue by Laura Hayden is the second book in the America Series about Kate Rosen who has been working for her lifelong friend Emily Benton's presidential campaign. The book picks up immediately …
reviewed Feathered Serpent. January 25, 2009
Feathered Serpent
And eternity is what it'll feel like if you don't keep a written record of the main characters of this book. Focusing on the strong female characters, the author goes backwards and forwards in time over …
reviewed Restitution: A Heep (Uriah) of Reveng.... August 31, 2008
Restitution: A Heep [Uriah] of Revenge By The Road
Pros: A great read with a message that should be heard by all.     Cons: It is hard to find without the internet.     The Bottom Line: A must have for both lovers …
reviewed House of Meetings. June 20, 2008
House of Meetings
Starting this after I read "Koba the Dread" a few years back and recently "London Fields" and "Time's Arrow," I plunged into it with pleasure, if a novel about a pair of gulag survivors can be classified …
reviewed House of Meetings. March 20, 2007
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House of Meetings
Pros: Accessible, emotionally powerful      Cons: This will be a little simple for fans of Amis's more difficult works      The Bottom Line: The novel explores …
reviewed The Book of Fate. February 25, 2007
The Book of Fate
This book looked like a good idea when I picked it up... The Book of Fate by Brad Meltzer. But promise and execution turned out to be two different things.    The story revolves around …
reviewed The Book of Fate. January 03, 2007
The Book of Fate
Brad Meltzer has turned out an interesting piece of work in "The Book Of Fate". It's a page turner with a plot that has more holes than a sponge. The basic storyline has Wes Holloway, an assistant to …
reviewed The Book of Fate. October 30, 2006
The Book of Fate
The plot of this book rushes along like a high-speed express train, pulling the reader along with it. The protagonist spends a bit too much time feeling sorry for himself, but given what happened to him …
reviewed Dark Rivers of the Heart. March 17, 2000
Dark Rivers of the Heart
This is by far Dean Koontz' best book. It has a tear along story line, the obligatory evil people, and the equally important faithful cute dog. It would make a great movie. But importantly, in terms of …
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