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Shank

by Jennifer Miller

A suspenseful police thriller, "Shank" mixes humor and drama. "Shank" is the latest thriller from Steve Williams. Both suspenseful and entertaining, its story follows police partners Sal Mitchell and Eddie Sandovan as they evade... Read More

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Operation Light Switch

by J. G. Stinson

"Operation Light Switch" is a superior military thriller that captures the essence of what it means to serve one’s country. In "Operation Light Switch", John Wemlinger proffers a wronged hero and a scarily plausible world scenario.... Read More

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Finding Sylvia

by Katerie Prior

"Finding Sylvia" is a thoroughly modern romance, both deep and complex. Alan Shayne’s "Finding Sylvia" is an unexpected romance, both a universal reflection of searching for love and a portrait of a man enraptured by an enigmatic... Read More

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The Shepherd's Calculus

by Amanda Adams

The novel thoroughly explores complex topics, including dated religious practices and systemic political corruption. Character-driven and fast-paced, The Shepherd’s Calculus by C. S. Farrelly is an explosive mystery thriller. The... Read More

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A Diamond in the Rough

by Sarah Stewart

"A Diamond in the Rough" is a multilayered family epic that is as unpredictable as it is action-packed. Marilyn Land’s "A Diamond in the Rough" is an earnest novel about life’s biggest milestones; its ambitious narrative spans... Read More

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Terminal Secret

by Amanda Adams

Featuring a unique, creative plot that is sure to keep audiences guessing, "Terminal Secret" is an enthralling murder mystery. "Terminal Secret" by Mark Gilleo is a gripping and delightful fast-paced murder mystery. Set in Washington,... Read More

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Merlin at War

by Pallas Gates McCorquodale

A historical thriller and clever mystery, "Merlin at War" is a compelling tale of crime fiction, as perceptive, instinctive, and engaging as DCI Merlin himself. The summer of 1941 heralds an uncertain calm following the devastation of... Read More

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Sea of Doubt

by Gary Presley

A web of conflict, both internal and external, is addressed in this intelligent and imaginative narrative. In Jeremy D. Holden’s "Sea of Doubt", the Second Coming requires a public relations campaign, one making certain the Messiah... Read More

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