Rhys Bowen Breaks Down Social Barriers ‘In Farleigh Field’ [REVIEW]

English manor

With the onset of WWII, everything is quickly changing for Lord Westerham and his family in Rhys Bowen’s In Farleigh Field. (Photo by Marc Pether-Longman, Flickr)

Spies. British aristocracy. A dead body. A love triangle. Rhys Bowen’s new World War II thriller, In Farleigh Field, has it all in spades, making for a truly delicious stand-alone novel that will delight fans of Masterpiece Theater’s Home Fires and Downton Abbey.  Read more of this post

James Rollins and Grant Blackwood’s ‘War Hawk’ Terrifies Us While Winning Our Hearts [REVIEW]

Soldier and military dog

Will former Army Ranger Tucker Wayne and Kane, his military working dog, be able to find a killer before it is too late? Find out in James Rollins and Grant Blackwood’s WAR HAWK. (Photo by U.S. Army Pfc. Julian Turner)

In James Rollins and Grant Blackwood’s War Hawk, a woman and her son are on the run from assassins, and only Tucker Wayne can keep them safe. To do so, he starts a global manhunt in search of a killer. The truth will lead him and his faithful canine companion to uncover deeply buried secrets which date back to World War II and a startling true event that will redefine humanity. Read more of this post