‘Presidents’ Day’ Preys Upon America’s Worst Fears [REVIEW]

White House

In Seth Margolin’s Presidents’ Day, the White House could soon be run by an evil tyrant. (Photo by angela n., Flickr)

One man with a grand scheme and ulterior motives has every intention of insuring who gets elected as the new ruler of the free world. But what does he really want and what is his ultimate agenda? Find out in Seth Margolis’ brilliant new novel, Presidents’ Day.  Read more of this post

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‘Tier One’ Is An Unstoppable Thriller [REVIEW]

US Navy SEAL team

In Brian Andrews and Jeffrey Wilson’s Tier One, an elite Navy SEAL must walk the fine line between duty and revenge to exact justice. (U.S. Navy photo by Lt. Cmdr. Scott Moak/Released)

In Brian Andrews and Jeffrey Wilson’s Tier One, an act of terror changes an elite Tier One Navy SEAL’s life forever and plunges him into a world where nothing is what it seems, where the only thing that matters is justice and preventing another horrifying attack on American soil. But can a former SEAL walk the fine line between justice and revenge and become the world’s most lethal spy? Read more of this post

Brad Taylor’s ‘The Forgotten Soldier’ Delivers Page After Page Of Non-Stop Action [REVIEW]

Soldier in Delta Company

In Brad Taylor’s THE FORGOTTEN SOLDIER, Pike Logan must hunt down one of his own.
(U.S. Air Force photo by Master Sgt. Andy Dunaway)

In Brad Taylor’s The Forgotten Soldier, Pike Logan, leader of an extralegal counter terrorist unit known as the Taskforce, is ordered to bring in one of his own who has gone rogue. Read more of this post

‘Act Of War’ Not A Page Turner For Me [BOOK REVIEW]

For many people, reading a political thriller by bestselling novelist Brad Thor is pleasurable and exciting. However, after reading Act of War, I realized Thor’s political thrillers hold absolutely no appeal for me. Read more of this post