“a great five-star read!”
“Marc Cameron is a crackerjack writer who knows how to evoke character, place, and action.”
“Gregg Hurwitz has steadily blasted his way to the top of the thriller world, and Out of the Dark is a book you don’t dare lend to your friends, because you’ll never see it again.”
“It’s stylish to portray Mossad as the least likeable and most dangerous of all the secret mission forces in the Western world.”
“readers on both sides of the gun ownership issue will heed the warning that giving in to petty tribalism and fear of those who are different will ultimately lead not to safety, but to dest
“It’s pure entertainment that will keep you turning the pages until the blood’s all spilled, the bad guys are no more, and there’s nothing much left to say other than, Yes, Oath of Offi
Matt Johnson’s Wicked Game trilogy began with Wicked Game, then Deadly Game, and now wraps up in End Game.
A dangerous terrorist named Suliman Cindoruk threatens to unleash on the United States a deadly computer virus that will infect every server in the country.
“a very enjoyable mystery/political thriller in an alternate history timeline.”
Robert Gleason’s new book, The Evil That Men Do, is a jumble of confusing ideas.
Jason Matthews’ The Kremlin’s Candidate is the finale in his Red Sparrow series. The story is very “today” with action and events pulled from current headlines.
The most important thing to understand right up front about City of Endless Night, the latest Pendergast novel by Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child, is that there are a lot of people who r
“If anyone has ever wondered how the drug trade works and what lawyers think as they represent drug dealers in court, this novel gives a good, if fictional, idea.”
“For collectors, this book is a keeper.”
Infomocracy is a high-concept political thriller from debut author Malka Older.
“Alan Jacobson’s best work to date, . . . Wow!”
“Capitol Murder disabuses us of any notion that we as a nation can ever let down our guard. . . . like a cold shower—it grabs our attention and gets our adrenaline running.
You already know the ending. Of course, in some cases getting there is most of the fun.
“What keeps the reader relentlessly glued to Children of Paranoia are the unrelenting suspense and complex characters.”
“It’s all there for the reader to expect the unexpected. Timing, so important in comedy, is also exacting in the Mr. Norman’s expert hands. . . .