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reviewed Blasphemy. May 18, 2010
Blasphemy
"Blasphemy" is the fourth novel I've read (and reviewed) by Douglas Preston, and I'm at a bit of a loss to describe my impressions.    Wyman Ford, the monk-turned hero of "Tyrannosaur …
reviewed The Caliphate. April 07, 2010
The Caliphate
The quote from Porter Goss, former Director of the CIA, was the first thing I saw on the back cover: "A tale of intrigue too frightening to believe--and too believable to ignore. But you had better believe …
reviewed The Caliphate. March 23, 2010
The Caliphate
In the at times asinine political debate over the battle between Western societies and Islamic fundamentalists some fundamental questions never seemed to get asked or examined. The most fundamental question …
reviewed Connect the Dots. February 26, 2010
Connect the Dots
The queen of techno thrillers, Denise Robbins, once again graces readers with her clever talent in Connect the Dots. This time it is the government, cover-ups, torture, secrets, terrorists and an intelligent …
reviewed Rules of Vengeance. July 16, 2009
Rules of Vengeance a thriller by Christopher Reich
This one is tough to rate. It is an action packed story that grabs you at the beginning and holds you throughout and that was what caused me to give it just barely four stars. What bothered me though …
reviewed Certain Jeopardy. April 02, 2009
posted in Christian Fiction
Certain Jeopardy
Certain Jeopardy by Jeff Struecker and Alton Gansky is like the TV show The Unit on steroids! A group of six men appear to live normal American lives, but at any time they can be called to report to a …
reviewed A Most Wanted Man. March 21, 2009
John Le Carre A Most Wanted Man
It's always an occasion when John Le Carre publishes a new novel, and "A Most Wanted Man" is no exception. A young, devout, and disturbed Muslim by the name of Issa sets the plot in motion by arriving …
reviewed Enigma. September 20, 2008
Enigma
Well-done cerebral-action thriller about British efforts to decode intercepted German submarine communications. A fast pace, short time frame, and flash backs to reveal backstory keep things moving.
reviewed Blasphemy. January 19, 2008
Blasphemy
This was one of those books that was on my "to read radar", but when a co-worker suggested it to me it went straight to the top of my list. The premise was too hard to pass up and I'm glad I read it. …
reviewed Enigma. June 17, 2002
Enigma
"Fatherland" was an excellent book, and I was expecting good things from this work, also. Having read it, I can say that it was enjoyable reading, but certainly not as entertaining as its predecessor. …
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