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Firefall

From the Author From the Nov edition of The Big Thrill comes this interview by Don Helin.In FIREFALL, J. H. Bogr?n unleashes a plot so exciting that Joe Moore, international bestselling co-author [...]

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House Rules: A Joe DeMarco Thriller

From Publishers Weekly At the start of Lawson's snappy third thriller starring congressional snoop Joe DeMarco (after The Second Perimeter), a series of three failed attempts by Muslim terrorists [...]

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Legal Thriller: The Big Spill: A Crime Thriller (Brent Marks Legal Thriller Series Book 10)

Mother Earth needs help, but at what cost?Experience the suspense and mystery of the latest in the best selling legal thriller series from the award winning author critics hail as: "One of the strongest thriller wri [...]

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Truman's Spy

From Publishers Weekly In early 1950 (Joe McCarthy cranking up his demagoguery, Stalin cranking up the Cold War and J. Edgar Hoover cranking up a witch-hunt), FBI agent Thomas Buchanan is assigne [...]

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The Secret Agent: A Simple Tale (Xist Classics)

A chilling tale of espionage and terrorism by a literary master. On the surface, Adolf Verloc is a bookstore owner in London. Beneath his carefully crafted persona, dwells a spy for a foreign government. When his handler [...]

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Coup d'Etat (A Dewey Andreas Novel Book 2)

The wait is over—Ben Coes, whose debut Power Down was called "the must read thriller of the year" (Vince Flynn) is back and at the top of his game with a mesmerizing new novelWanting only a peaceful, obsc [...]

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The Lodger

Review Marie Belloc Lowndes's story explores the psychology of survival in the face of agonizing moral conflict. Lorna Raver s performance is a tour de force. Her dexterity shifting between accen [...]

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Baptism

From Booklist In this high-adrenaline thriller, a London tube train is taken over by religious zealots who want to die and take everyone with them. Tommy and his sister have big plans to kill eve [...]

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Bad Things Happen

From Publishers Weekly Starred Review. Dolan's highly praised debut has shades of Elmore Leonard in its realistic dialogue that is at once over-the-top but true to form. The story takes place in [...]

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Rude Boy USA (Rude Boy USA Series) (Volume 1)

Review Victoria Bolton's Rude Boy USA will take readers deep into the psychology of kingpins and the mechanics of the game of power. Bolton writes with unwavering confidence and grace, unveiling [...]

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Wind in the Sails: A Jeremy Dance Mystery (Jeremy Dance Mysteries) (Volume 4)

Jeremy Dance is young, rich, and tough. It’s the summer of 1939 and the United States is far from the turmoil of Europe, yet Jeremy Dance Restorations has plenty of cases to investigate. “I restore things; [...]

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T is for Trespass (Kinsey Millhone)

From Publishers Weekly Starred Review. The 20th Kinsey Millhone crime novel (after 2005's S Is for Silence), a gripping, if depressing, tale of identify theft and elder abuse, displays bestseller [...]

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How Secrets Die (House of Secrets)

Review 'This novel is a winning mix of Amish culture, small-town ambience and nerve-jangling mystery.' -BookPage on When Secrets Strike'Abundant details turn this Amish romantic thriller series l [...]

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Dan Turner Hollywood Detective No.7

Dan Turner, Hollywood Detective, in 14 pulp stories, reprinted from Hollywood Detective pulp magazine issues January through August 1950. Included are: "Quickie Kill", "Terror on the Doorstep", " [...]

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Death of a Mad Hatter (A Hat Shop Mystery)

Review Praise for Cloche and Dagger:?A delicious romp through my favorite part of London with a delightful new heroine.??Deborah Crombie, New York Times bestselling author?Fancy hats and British [...]

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The Root of All Evil

About the Author James F. Babcock took up writing after retiring from a forty year career as a CEO in international and domestic banking. His work took him to South America, Europe, New York, and [...]

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Quick and The Dead: A contemporary British mystery (Alex Quick Mystery)

Review ?Moody does a good job creating sympathetic characters? (Publishers Weekly)'Readers may very well have a hard time settling on what to read next because, I promise, they will not want to s [...]

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Dead Souls: An Inspector Rebus Novel (Inspector Rebus Novels)

Amazon.com Review When an author as successful as Rankin has been with his tough and idiomatic Scottish thrillers, a problem sets in after several books: how to keep the formula fresh. Rankin has [...]

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The Mad Judge: Sherlock Holmes Uncovered

About the Author I am a drummer and the author of three current book series. The first series is the Frank Randall Mysteries. Frank Randall is a hard-boiled detective who roams the 1970's. If you [...]

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Tripwire: A Jack Reacher Novel

Amazon.com Review Ex-military policeman Jack Reacher is lying low in Key West, digging up swimming pools by hand. He is not at all pleased when a private detective starts asking questions about h [...]

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