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“The machine persona is not unlike a human psychopath: it lies perfectly, without compunction or any sense of shame.”

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“James Patterson brought his A-game to this one, and Bill Clinton adds the verisimilitude one would expect from his experiences in the White House.”

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“Fans of light suspense thrillers will keep their fingers crossed that the adventures of Avery Keene will continue at some point in the near future.”

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“Once one gets past the first half of the story, the pages begin to turn in more rapid succession.”

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Bone Rattle is technically a “police procedural,” because the central character is a lawman (Deputy U.S. Marshal on the Alaska Fugitive Task Force) investigating crimes.

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“Along with its humor, every chapter of Stung offers both the cost of taking moral action, and the deep suspense of being human. “

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“Siger’s novel is an enjoyable first step for appreciating this special foreign locale [Naxos, Greece].”

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“2034 is a haunting, disturbing, cautionary tale about what can easily happen if international conflict is allowed to reach the boiling point.”

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An echo of Stephen King’s The Stand. A flash of James Dickey’s Deliverance.

13 Days to Die is a riveting international thriller touching on a threat that is very relevant today: a virus from China, used as a weapon to create a pandemic.

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“As all good mysteries, and especially thrillers, move toward the end, there is an exciting scene that concludes in a race between good and evil, and although we all know who wins in the en

The writing is strong, the dialogue is realistic, and her characters are well depicted and believable.

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“If you like a book that lands you back in reality feeling relaxed and happy about what could happen to an ordinary guy tossed into deadly events, Madness of the Q is ideal.

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“Total Power is the sort of top-of-the-charts bestseller publishers are relying on among fiction titles to maintain their bottom line during trying times.”

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“Brad Thor has mastered the art of the thriller cliffhanger, and readers will definitely be grateful to have this particular arc brought to a close, as well as wondering where Scot Harvath

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“this unusual and moving story has a dreamlike quality of its own.”

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The Beetle is a fine period piece, as well as an entertaining mystery that has withstood the test of time.”

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“If the creative writing technique failures don’t bother the reader, they may enjoy the story itself. Otherwise, it is a three-star book.”

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The Second Sleep by Robert Harris is highly recommended for those who demand complexity, eloquence, and questions that disturb one’s sleep.”

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Dhananjaya Rajaratnam, also known as Danny, lives in Sydney, Australia. He’s an illegal immigrant trying to remain in the shadows, unnoticed and undiscovered.

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“As for all really important worldmaking, the key to the power of Agency is not the imaginative twists of computers, software, or politics, but what people do for t

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“a remarkable debut novel . . . meticulously researched and a sure bestseller.”

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“Bob Proehl’s The Nobody People is a thought-provoking exploration of what it is like to be an extraordinarily gifted somebody in a world filled with average but paranoid and bigot

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“maintains a rocketing narrative that seamlessly integrates multiple plot lines, the latest military hardware and tactics, and a variety of characters into a frighteningly plausible scenari

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“another fanciful bit of fiction about two famous people, their camaraderie, and the way we’d like to imagine they’d face danger if it became personal.”

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