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

Russian woman in Moscow

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

Steve Berry’s ‘The 14th Colony’ Introduces An Interesting Loophole in the 20th Amendment [REVIEW]

Presidential seal

What happens if both the president and vice-president-elect die before taking the oath of office? The answer is far from certain―in fact, what follows would be nothing short of total political chaos. Steve Berry explores this theme in THE 14TH COLONY. (Photo by Dave Newman, Flickr)

Steve Berry’s The 14th Colony, the new Cotton Malone thriller, is intriguing from beginning to end. The novel opens as Stephanie Nelle, the Justice Department’s director of the Magellan Billet Agency, comes to terms with facing redundancy as the new President of the United States is sworn into office. Read more of this post