Stone Barrington Follows a Crook to the Ends of the Earth in Stuart Woods’ ‘Criminal Mischief’ [REVIEW]

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Stone Barrington flies to the Middle East in Criminal Mischief. (Photo courtesy Canva)

Stone Barrington doesn’t like to see crooks get off scott-free, especially when his friends are fleeced for all their money. In Criminal Mischief, Stone joins forces with the Feds in a worldwide manhunt to chase down a swindler on the run. But what will it cost him to bring the perpetrator home to pay for his crimes? Find out in the 60th volume of this long-running series.

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In ‘Stop At Nothing,’ Michael Ledwidge Delivers Explosive Thrills and Vibrant Characters [REVIEW]

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Can someone ever abscond with a stolen bounty unscathed? (Photo courtesy Canva)

A deadly crash landing. A sudden windfall of stolen goods. Is sunken treasure ever worth the hassle? In Michael Ledwidge’s new thriller, meet one man who will Stop At Nothing to get what he wants.

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Danger Lurks Behind Every Corner in Robert Dugoni’s ‘The Eighth Sister’ [REVIEW]

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Can a former CIA operative catch the assassin known as the eighth sister? (Photo by Kostya Romantikov, Flickr)

Just when he thought he was out of the game, a former intelligence officer is pulled back in. This time, he’s tasked with finding a dangerous assassin, but he must head to the heart of Russia to do it. Will he make it out alive? Find out in Robert Dugoni’s The Eighth Sister.  Read more of this post

♦ Lou Berney’s ‘November Road’ Never Fails to Entertain [REVIEW]

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Two people on the run discover unexpected possibilities in Lou Berney’s November Road. (Photo by Thomas Hawk, Flickr)

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He wants sanctuary. She wants freedom. When a gangster meets a housewife in Lou Berney’s new novel, November Road, two disparate people are thrown together in a cross-country road trip in the pursuit of something more.
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