Man Teeters on Verge of Extinction in James Rollins’ ‘The Demon Crown’ [REVIEW]

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Even science isn’t ready for the horrors that wait off the coast of Brazil in James Rollins’ latest thrill ride, The Demon Crown. (Photo courtesy Pexels)

When a team of scientists sets out to explore an island off the coast of Brazil, they are horrified by what they find. But someone doesn’t want their discovery to be made public, and soon they are imperiled themselves. Now only Sigma Force can stop the attrocities from wreaking havoc on an unsuspecting public. But will they be able to do so in time? Find out in James Rollins’ breathtaking rollercoaster ride of a novel, The Demon Crown.  Read more of this post

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Evil Lurks in Every Corner of the ‘City Of Endless Night’ [REVIEW]

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Evil has everyone on the run in Preston and Child’s City of Endless Night. (Photo courtesy Pexels)

A billionaire’s daughter is missing. The police know she will turn up eventually. But when they do find her, it isn’t how they hoped. The truth is a lot more grisly. Now it is up to a renowned FBI agent to step in and solve the case in Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child’s new thriller, City of Endless Night. Read more of this post

Ken Follett’s Classic ‘The Key to Rebecca’ Remains One of the Best Espionage Books Ever Written [REVIEW]

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In the midst of World War II, a Nazi spy plots the downfall of the British in Egypt in Ken Follett’s classic thriller, The Key to Rebecca. (Photo by Tom Beazley/courtesy aussiejeff, Flickr)

Although we primarily feature new fiction on our site, every now and again we like to revisit a classic. Pulling an oldie but a goodie off the shelf and dusting it off to re-read it is akin to having brunch with an old friend to reminisce about cherished memories. And sometimes we simply feel like digging into a favorite author’s past works, ones me may have missed the first time around. That is what happened with Ken Follett’s classic, The Key to Rebecca.  Read more of this post

Discover Why Celeste Headlee Thinks ‘We Need To Talk’ [REVIEW]

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In her new book, We Need to Talk, journalist Celeste Headlee shows us why conversation is really the highest form of art. (Photo by Matus Laslofi, Flickr)

Do you ever get the feeling that you just can’t seem to connect with others anymore? Or have you ever avoided conversation because no matter what you say, it triggers a shouting match? If so, you’re not alone. But disconnecting or dodging discussions about important issues isn’t the answer. In fact, according to journalist Celeste Headlee, We Need to Talk, now more than ever. Her insightful new book demonstrates how. Read more of this post

Is This ‘End Game’ for David Baldacci’s Blue Man? [REVIEW]

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When their handler disappears, Will Robie and Jessica Reel head to Grand, Colorado to find him in David Baldacci’s End Game. (Photo by Jonathan Hull, Flickr)

When their boss disappears into thin air, two of the nation’s best assets must travel to the heart of the country to find him before all is lost forever. The tension mounts in David Baldacci’s latest nailbiting thriller, End Game.  Read more of this post