Mystery & Thriller

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Pirates. Fast cars. Billionaire playboys. Boats. Guns and gun-smugglers. Explosions “fifty-five times more powerful than the bomb . . . dropped on Hiroshima.” Sex. Helicopters. Terrorists.

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Lucky O’Toole has a job that some people would kill for: head of Customer Relations at the Babylon, the biggest, poshest casino/hotel in Las Vegas.

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“Most things you have to do in life are at least a little bit questionable.”

                                  — Emily St. John Mandel

 

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If you pick up this book thinking it has anything to do with an animal, you are partially correct.  The Lion is definitely a story about an animal, but not one that lives in the jungle.  R

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Imagine the lives that would be saved, the life-altering wounds prevented, if there existed a device that could find and detonate Improvised Explosive Devices well ahead of a military patrol or con

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 Atria Books, October 2009 Pursuit of Honor is an ideal title for this CIA political thriller.

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“Doublethink must go.” These words destroy a man’s life rather than create the challenge intended by the sender.

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Brian McGilloway is probably the most successful writer to come from the Macmillan New Writing stable.

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Welcome to Elysiana, New Jersey, circa 1969—an island, physically and metaphorically, off the coast of New Jersey.

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Robin Cook’s latest release, Cure, offers the reader intrigue and suspense, as well as in-depth insight into the world of international organized crime and scientific medical research.

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“Dusk was settling into Belfast, curling cat-ways for the night. The streets were deserted—everyone already where they wanted to be—and the city was fast becoming a startlingly quiet wasteland.

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In A Bad Day for Pretty, author Sophie Littlefield seamlessly picks up right where her prior crime novel, A Bad Day for Sorry, concluded. 

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Mike Angley is a retired Special Agent, formerly with the Air Force Office of Special Investigations.  That background allows him to bring the reader another real-life story about an investigator w

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Dublin’s private investigator, Ed Loy, is back and in top form in Declan Hughes’ new crime mystery, City of Lost Girls.

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“Kill Creek is the perfect novel to read on Halloween.”

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