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Seraph

by Benjamin Welton

In the futuristic world of John Graham’s "Seraph", voidstalkers fight a rogue conspiracy that threatens all of humanity. In John Graham’s science fiction thriller "Seraph", the future includes a group of genetically enhanced,... Read More

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The Ultra Betrayal

by John M. Murray

"The Ultra Betrayal" is a masterful historical spy thriller where morality pushes people to their breaking points. In Glenn Dyer’s espionage-drenched novel "The Ultra Betrayal", a missing Allied cryptographer puts the fate of the war... Read More

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Deadly Arts

by Wendy Hinman

"Deadly Arts" is a complicated mystery centered on a mysterious crime. In Ken Brigham’s mystery "Deadly Arts", a perplexing situation comes to the attention of a legendary former police detective. The death of a Nashville artist... Read More

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The Freedom Building

by Benjamin Welton

"The Freedom Building" is a Kafkaesque, cerebral thriller that moves with purpose through its layered clues. In Martin Kendall’s thriller "The Freedom Building", an architect’s terrible case of amnesia has connections to terrorists... Read More

Book Review

City of Hate

by Benjamin Welton

Timothy S. Miller’s "City of Hate" is a dark thriller featuring overlapping conspiracies. Hal is a recovering alcoholic whose viewpoint is melancholic. His best friend, Lemon, is a conspiracy theorist who sees nefarious plots lurking... Read More

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Substantial Justice

by John M. Murray

Daniel Ben-Horin’s black comedy "Substantial Justice" concerns humanity’s best and worst traits. In the 1980s, Spider makes an honest living as a mechanic and distracts himself from lost love with mind-altering drugs. Then, ten years... Read More

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Access Point

by Benjamin Welton

"Access Point" is a clever mystery novel whose high technology proves powerful when it comes to solving inhumane crimes. Tom Gabbay’s high-tech mystery thriller "Access Point" combines classic genre tropes with near dystopian... Read More

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Dragon Head

by John M. Murray

James Houston Turner’s complex spy thriller "Dragon Head" drags a former KGB agent into an impossible situation with unavoidable deaths. A thief makes off with a hoard of stolen money from the Hong Kong criminal underworld before... Read More

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