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: Kill Zone by Kevin J. Anderson
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Book Review: Kill Zone by Kevin J. Anderson

I was in the mood for some disaster thrillers and saw the new book, Kill Zone, by Kevin J. Anderson & Doug Beason. I haven’t read anything by this author duo before, although I’ve noticed they’ve written several thrillers so far, so I gave it a go. And, let’s just say, it didn’t disappoint me….

Book Review: Political Dirty Trick by James R. Callan
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Book Review: Political Dirty Trick by James R. Callan

Political Dirty Trick by James R. Callan gives us a glimpse into what is really going on during political campaigns. While sometimes the right candidates get elected, at times the political dirty tricks swing the pendulum enough for the other party to win. Crystal Moore flies to Texas to help her long-time family friend Ron Drake, who…

The Cuban Affair by Nelson DeMille
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The Cuban Affair by Nelson DeMille

The Cuban Affair by Nelson DeMille is the latest book by this popular political thriller author. When you are reading the Nelson DeMille books in order, you will notice that the author has several series under his belt, including his famous John Corey series. The Cuban Affair starts right now as a standalone novel. However,…

Tom Clancy Power and Empire by Marc Cameron
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Tom Clancy Power and Empire by Marc Cameron

Tom Clancy’s Power and Empire is the latest book in the Campus series written by Marc Cameron. Reading the Tom Clancy books in order always brings confusions to many people because, while there are several different series in the Tom Clancy Universe, they are more or less interconnected. For example, in Power and Empire, the…

Infamy by Robert K. Tanenbaum (Butch Karp #28)
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Infamy by Robert K. Tanenbaum (Butch Karp #28)

Infamy is the latest installment in the Butch Karp thriller series by the popular author Robert K. Tanenbaum. I have to admit that this is the first book I have read in the series, and while I was worried that I wouldn’t be able to follow along, all my worries turned out to be unfounded….

Isia’s Secret by Ray Stone (Enda Osin #1)
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Isia’s Secret by Ray Stone (Enda Osin #1)

When the author, Ray Stone, contacted me to read and review his latest book Isia’s Secret, I didn’t know what to expect. He did mention though that part of the story takes place in Cyprus, and even when it doesn’t, the island of Cyprus is prominent within the entire book. This definitely got my attention because…

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