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    Author: Roxanne St. Claire

    ISBN: 9780446566582

    Publisher: Grand Central (Hachette Book Group)

    I love an author who can write with depth and emotion in a suspense, and make it seem plausible. This was witty, sexy, and breathtakingly raw.




    Author: Roxanne St. Claire

    ISBN: 9780446566582

    Publisher: Grand Central (Hachette Book Group)

    I love an author who can write with depth and emotion in a suspense, and make it seem plausible. This was witty, sexy, and breathtakingly raw.


    Author: Dennis Palumbo

    Publisher: Poisoned Pen Press

    ISBN: 1590587529

    An upbeat setting, convincing characters and a plot that has one on the edge of one’s seat from page one—what more could a reader ask for in a crime novel?

    Author: Susan Hill

    ISBN-13:978-1-59020-408-5

    Publisher: Overlook Press

    Right from its rain drenched opening lines, Shadows... draws the reader into its bleak landscape



    \Title: The Mission
    Author: Larry Hunter
    ISBN: 978-1-4327-6103-5
     
    A fascinating book that is definitely a page-turner


    Author: Ward Larsen
    ISBN: 978-1-933515-86-1
     
    I had a bit of a hard time with this one.  But, on the other hand, this author is a wonderful storyteller and knows how to grab and hold his reading audience

    Author: Mary Maddox

    Publisher: Cantraip Press

    ISBN: 978-0984428106

    In spare unflinching scenes, Mary Maddox's offers up a bold and haunting debut novel with her Talion



    Author: Jerry B. Jenkins

    Publisher: Tyndale

    ISBN:  978-1-4143-0905-7

    The Last Operative is filled with religious undertones and overtones. Christianity is a common thread that is creatively woven throughout the pages of this novel without being overbearing


    Author: Leona Bodie

    Publisher: WRB Publishing

    ISBN: 978-0-9844198-1-4

    There is no mystery here. Shadow Cay is a thriller and the subject is revenge


    Author: Siam's Unnamed

    Publisher: GZ Publishing

    ISBN: 9781450515535



    Author: Brenda Novak
    Publisher: Mira Books
    ISBN: 978-0-773-83-2795-0

    Brenda Novak isn't kidding with this book


    Author: Mozelle Richardson
    ISBN: 978-1-61658-244-9
     

    Author: Kate Brady

    ISBN: 9780446541534

    Publisher: Grand Central (Hachette Book Group)



    Author: Annie Solomon
    ISBN: 9780446178457
    Publisher: Grand Central (Hachette Book Group)

    Author: Dave Pearson

    Publisher: Stand Up America Publishing

    ISBN: 978-0-615-35997-7

    In a year almost glutted with new espionage thrillers, Dave Pearson’s first novel, Storm, shouldn’t be lost in the flood.  While many new spy novels this decade are filled with the verisimilitude provided by former intelligence officers turning to writing as a second vocation, good storytelling is front in center in Storm which is both believable and a fast-paced, well sketched adventure.



    Author: Michelle Kaye Malsbury

    Publisher: All Things That Matter

    ISBN: 978-0-9844219-4-7

    The Swindler is a fluid snaky adventure containing a great deal of momentum.



    Author: John L. Betcher

    ISBN: 9781451521016

    Do you need an entertaining and action-packed book for your summer reading? This is it! A very realistically portrayed terrorist attack in an unusual setting provided me with a nerve-wrenching adrenalin rush. If you’re into suspenseful thrillers, try this one on for size


    Author: Roger Neetz
    Publisher: American Book Publishing
    ISBN-10: 1589825926
    ISBN-13: 978-1589825925  



    Author: Robert Landori, Author

    Publisher: Emerald Book Company
    ISBN 978-1-934572-55-9

    There is a little something for everyone in this book. I had a bit of a hard time getting into it, but once I was hooked it was hard to put down! I loved the twists and turns, the action and the circle of events that brought relationship together and tore others apart. Bravo Robert Landori on a book well written and a plot well executed!





    Author: Amanda Flower
    ISBN: 978-1-59414-864-4
     
    A delightful cozy mystery filled with humor and set in a small college town where, similar to Cheers, everybody knows your name.


    Authors: Charles G. Irion and Ronald J. Watkins
    ISBN: 978-0-9841618-2-9-
     
    After Murder On Everest I looked forward to Murder On Elbrus and was certainly not disappointed


    Author: Roger Neetz
    ISBN: 978-1-58982-592-5
    Publisher: American Book Publishing Group

    Generally I do not find novels driven by political intrigue and embassy life terribly interesting, but Roger Neetz’s Embassy Intrigue managed to hold the attention of even me


    Author: Carolyn J. Rose

    Publisher: Five Star Publishing


    ISBN: 978-1-59414-884-2

    I recommend that you try this book—you’ll end up thoughtful about the human condition. You also may end up emotionally exhausted. But you’ll be entertained in the process.

    Author:  Tess Gerritsen

    ISBN:  978-0-345-51548-3

    The plot of this story is fantastic!


    Author:  Karin Slaughter
    ISBN:  978-0-385-34197-4

    Not only has Ms. Slaughter written another wonderful tale of crime, she’s also brought back characters her fans love and admire

    • Author: R. J. Ellory
    • ISBN: 978-1-5020-327-9

    This novel will have you on the edge of your chair. What a story!!



    Author: William Link
    Publisher: Crippen & Landru Publishers
    ISBN (trade softcover edition): 978-1-932009-94-1

    It’s an ideal companion for airport terminals or bedtime reading, for times when you want to enjoy a writer and his character being their clever best. I’ll take seconds, Mr. Link


    Author: James Patterson and Liza Marklund

    Publisher: Little, Brown and Company

    ISBN: 978-0-316-08951-7


    Author: Dr. Harry J. Saranchak, M.D.
    Publisher: Xlibris
    ISBN: 978-1-4415-4233-5



    Author: Phillip Margolin
    ISBN:  978-0-06-192651-8

    Every red herring imaginable makes it almost impossible for the reader to put this book down




    Author: Jeffery Stephens
    ISBN: 9781935142126
    Publisher: Variance Publishing

    A plot filled with distortions, secrets, illusions and manipulations crafted to show how easily people are taken in so others can gain power and control over them



    Author: Stephen Hawley Martin
    ISBN: 978-1892538758

    This book is very compelling and you don't want to put it down so, it would be a good idea to start reading in the morning because it's definitely a keeper


    Author: R.J. Ellory
    ISBN: 978-752898742
    Publisher: Overlook Press Publishing

    This riveting and spellbinding novel brings into focus the difficult job of any police department and the lengths that some dedicated men and women will go to in order to protect their cities. This is the first novel I have reviewed by RJ Ellory and I hope to have the honor of reviewing his next release


    Author: Michael Harvey
    Publisher: Alfred E. Knopf Press
    ISBN: 978-0-307-27250-8

    The Third Rail was a spellbinding read. I was so absorbed that I read this book in two short days because I, literally, could not put it down! I would definitely suggest you add this to your must read list!


    Author: Dee Davis
    ISBN: 9780446542043
    Publisher: Grand Central (Hachette Book Group)


    Author: Michael Pennington
    ISBN: 9781452819754
    Publisher: Books by Michael Pennington

    Creative, thought provoking, with characters what will astound the reader and let you know just how computer literate and smart kids are when accessing the internet, Michael Pennington has once again mystifies his readers with a thriller that will keep you guessing until the very end


    Author: Chevy Stevens
    Publisher: St. Martin's Press
    ISBN: 978-0-312-59567-8

    Well written with a pace that takes off and doesn't let up, Chevy Stevens has managed to create a story that will have everyone talking and will have you think twice the next time you are tempted to stop by an open house


    Author: Michael Pennington
    ISBN:1452810877 2
    Publisher: Books by Michael Pennington



    Author: Malla Nunn
    ISBN: 978-1-4165-8622-7

    Let the Dead Lie is a well rounded, believable novel that should gain a wide audience, as well as being a work in which contemporary historians and those affected by post-traumatic stress disorder should take an interest


    Author: John L. Betcher
    ISBN: 978-1451512717

    The main theme of this novel, that the threat of cyber attacks becomes more and more important as the complexities of the chip manufacturing process bring us to the point where machines design the chips, is a very real one


    Author: Barbara Levenson
    ISBN: 978-193351571-7
     
    An extremely fast-paced story of legal mystery full of fun with a lot of surprises in store for the reader

    Authors: James Patterson and Maxine Paetro
    Publisher: Little, Brown and Company
    ISBN: 978-0-316-09615-7

    There’s a slate of familiar villains in Private—mobsters, assassins, serial killers. And there’s a new breed of villains, gamers, who with the advanced technology of spy-bots, take the violence of their virtual world outside the realm of their Internet games and bring it into the real world with fatal results


    Author: Miyuki Miyabe
    Translated by Deborah Stuhr Iwabuchi
    Publisher: Kodansha International 
    ISBN: 978-4-7700-3104-4

    On the cover of the book, we read that the New York Times Book Review says of the author:"Miyabe forte is suspense" while Kodansha, the publisher, boasts that she is "Japan's #1 Bestselling Mystery writer."  They both know what they talk about and Miyabe, indeed, deserves to some extent the commendations. She proves it in the Sleeping Dragon under review here....


    Author: E. E. Hunt
    Publisher: Publish America
    ISBN: 1-60836-560-3

    This novel is a mixed bag



    Author: Simon Tolkien
    ISBN: 978-0-312-53907-8
     
    A very intricate English mystery of deceit and treachery that includes a very interesting puzzle with origins that go back to Christ's death on the cross
     

    Author: Noah Friedland
    ISBN: 978-1449976798

    Noah Friedland's debut novel, A House Divided brings to the world of political thrillers a new twist; instead of Israelis fighting Arabs, we have Israelis in a deadly power struggle among themselves that have dire and unforeseen consequences


    Author: R. J. McDonnell
    Publisher:  Killeena Publishing
    ISBN: 978-0-9814914-2-4

    You may approach it with some misgivings like I did—the title sounds too much like the first book, so you wonder.  Don’t.  McDonnell still tells an entertaining story, if not so funny this time




    Author: David Stokes
    ISBN: 978-1-935456117

    This book is a story that will thrill and chill you to the bone.  It is a wonderful blend and you will think that you are reading excellent fiction in some places.  It takes place during the post World War I era and the first oil boom in Texas

    Author:  Lauren Henderson
    ISBN:  978-0-385-73777-7

    This is the third book in the YA series starring "Scarlett Wakefield," and it's just as good, if not better, than books I and II



    Author:  Jackie Fullerton
    ISBN: 978-0-9843815-0-0

    The story is a fun and uncomplicated read - perhaps a good mystery to take to the beach


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