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Forests in the Sahara

by Joseph S. Pete

Enemies become allies as the sands shift in a novel that’s big on situational relativism. Paul Stidolph’s "Forests in the Sahara" moves from an original premise into a compelling tale of intrigue and danger. London-based professor... Read More

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The Torch Betrayal

by Katie Hardy

"The Torch Betrayal" is the best mix of genre standards from a fresh voice. Glenn Dyer’s "The Torch Betrayal" is a well-oiled novel of suspense. While it opens with a rash of overly descriptive adjectives, the story quickly takes over,... Read More

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Head On

by Joseph S. Pete

The book rings with authenticity, including when describing crime scenes, office politics, or a tragic attempt to collar a suspect in a bodega robbery. John Monaghan’s Head On: NYPD Takes On ISIS is an engaging thriller that’s... Read More

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by Meredith Hardwicke

A carefully drawn, interconnected cast of special agents and hired killers make "Sanction" a veritable chess game of intrigue. "Sanction" by William Hunter is a brisk international thriller set in a world where everyone’s on the run.... Read More

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Eye of the Moon

by Bradley A. Scott

Set in 1977, the novel has a timeless, eerie feeling. Wealth, family politics, and the occult make for a strangely captivating and exotic brew in Ivan Obolensky’s "Eye of the Moon". Wealthy playboy Johnny Dodge invites his childhood... Read More

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The Paymaster

by Benjamin Welton

"The Paymaster" is an exciting exploration of terrorism and counterterrorism, a twenty-first-century thriller done right. Adeed Dawisha’s fast-paced novel "The Paymaster" unites a former nationalist and an ambitious journalist to take... Read More

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Twisted Threads

by Brittney Decker

Lush, stimulating images bring this sexy thriller to life. Kaylin McFarren’s sultry thriller, "Twisted Threads", flaunts the glamorous pastimes of passengers on a lavish cruise ship where deadly intentions lurk, suspicious... Read More

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Dead Deal

by Gary Presley

This quick mystery holds closely to its classic underlying thesis: money can be poison in the wrong hands. In W. J. Evans’s zippy contemporary mystery "Dead Deal", the United States economy has hit a down cycle and the real estate... Read More

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