Book Review: Lone Wolf by Gregg Hurwitz (Orphan X #9)
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Book Review: Lone Wolf by Gregg Hurwitz (Orphan X #9)

In Lone Wolf, the latest installment of the Orphan X series, Gregg Hurwitz takes us back to the world of Evan Smoak. This time, Evan’s adventure starts with a seemingly boring job that should be beneath Evan’s capabilities – finding his niece’s lost dog. Little does he know that this very simple request will put…

Book Review: Immortalised to Death by Lyn Squire
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Book Review: Immortalised to Death by Lyn Squire

Immortalised to Death by debut author Lyn Squire is like a time machine that takes you back to Victorian England, a place filled with secrets and mysteries waiting to be unraveled. The story revolves around the puzzling death of the famous author Charles Dickens. While it was officially declared a heart attack, some believe he…

Book Review: Prodigal Son by Gregg Hurwitz (Orphan X #6)
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Book Review: Prodigal Son by Gregg Hurwitz (Orphan X #6)

Prodigal Son is the latest adventure thriller in the Orphan X, aka The Nowhere Man series by Gregg Hurwitz. I’ve followed this series from the very first book, Orphan X, that captivated my interest in 2016. The series features Evan Smoak, an assassin created by the Orphan secret government program that seeks to train lethal…

Enemies of the State by Tal Bauer (The Executive Office #1)
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Enemies of the State by Tal Bauer (The Executive Office #1)

I normally read traditional thrillers full of action, suspense, and a memorable main character that reads will talk about for years. This main character may or may not have someone he loves. Usually a woman. Enemies of the State by Tal Bauer is the first book in an M/M political thriller that I was not…

Book Review: The Price of Safety by Michael C. Bland
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Book Review: The Price of Safety by Michael C. Bland

Right now we live in some scary times due to the COVID-19 virus, a crisis that has many leaders or countries thinking of removing some of their people’s privacy rights in order to better protect them. But such a drastic decision could lead to nothing short of a dystopian world, which is what The Price…

Book Review: A Bad Day for Sunshine by Darynda Jones
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Book Review: A Bad Day for Sunshine by Darynda Jones

Reading urban fantasy is a guilty pleasure of mine, so I was eagerly keeping tabs on whatever new books Darynda Jones released after her Charlie Davidson series was over. Much to my surprise, her next book, A Bad Day for Sunshine turned out to be a well-crafted romantic suspense novel, which is a departure for…

Book Review: The Final Deception by Heather Graham (New York Confidential #5)
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Book Review: The Final Deception by Heather Graham (New York Confidential #5)

The Final Deception, the latest book in the New York Confidential romantic suspense series by Heather Graham is also the last in this series. Yes, as disappointed as I am with the word “last,” it is indeed the finale, the conclusion to this awesome series featuring Kieran and Craig, aka psychologist Kieran Finnegan and FBI agent…

Book Review: Crooked River by Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child
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Book Review: Crooked River by Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child

I’ve been a long-time fan of the Pendergast series by Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child, so I always grab their latest book as soon as it is released. Crooked River, the 19th book in the series has been a particularly rewarding read, not the least because we get a lot of Constance Green as well….

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