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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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Vodka Caliphate

by Joseph S. Pete

The fast-paced "Vodka Caliphate" is fun from beginning to end, and will appeal to anyone interested in geopolitics. Lee A. Sweetapple’s "Vodka Caliphate", the latest installment in the Jim Stillwater series, stands out as an action... Read More

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Echo of the Past

by Susan Waggoner

Absorbing, memorable, and moving, "Echo of the Past" is a fully imagined tale of lives caught in the jaws of history. The tragic and entwined histories of twentieth-century Russia and Germany are brought poignantly to life in in Polina... 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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by Delia Stanley

"Breathe" is a fast-moving work of political intrigue that raises questions of leadership and loyalty. Mike Brogan’s "Breathe" is a suspenseful action novel that follows CIA and FBI agents as they try to unravel a terrorist plot.... Read More

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Where the Sun Shines Out

by Jon Arlan

This novel is as compelling as it is bitter, tragic, and heartrending. In the first gripping, gut-wrenching scenes of Kevin Catalano’s darkly beautiful "Where the Sun Shines Out", a kidnapping unfolds with clockwork efficiency and... Read More

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