Old Money Brings New Threats in ‘Close Contact’ [REVIEW]

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When doubt and uncertainty enter a woman’s life, she turns to the only man she knows she can trust in Lori Foster’s Close Contact. (Photo by Edward Zulawski, Flickr)

Soon after a woman comes into money, her life gets complicated. New threats loom on the horizon. Old acquaintances suddenly resurface. And the man she’s seeing wants more than she planned on offering in Lori Foster’s delicious new novel, Close Contact.  Read more of this post

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

Assassins in Grand, Colorado

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

♦ Single Mom Takes a Stand in Wiley Cash’s ‘The Last Ballad’ [REVIEW]

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In 1929, one woman took a stand for what is right and changed the course of American history. Discover her riveting story in Wiley Cash’s The Last Ballad. (Photo courtesy William Morrow, YouTube)

Diamond Review BannerThere have always been unsung heroes in America’s history, people seldom recognized for their significant impact on our culture and way of life, even when those changes came with great personal sacrifice. In Wiley Cash’s new novel, The Last Ballad, readers are introduced to one such woman in a book that is one of the most enthralling, authentic, and relevant novels we have read in some time. Read more of this post

Robin Cook Administers a New Nightmare with ‘Charlatans’ [REVIEW]

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“We’re all becoming narcissistic Charlatans to one degree or another.” (Photo by Tech. Sgt. Joseph Swafford, U.S. Air Force)

The master and creator of the medical thriller is back with a chilling new novel that once again makes readers take a closer look at anesthesia, hospitals, and the physicians who work there. In Charlatans, Dr. Robin Cook proves that bad doctors do exist and begs the question: just how much can you trust the people who manage your healthcare? Read more of this post

Marie Force’s ‘Fatal Threat’ Is Scandalous and Deadly [REVIEW]

Marie Force's FATAL THREAT

Don’t miss the next chapter in the New York Times bestselling series from Marie Force!
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In Washington D.C., scandal and murder are always a possibility, especially when you’re the vice president’s wife. And with a killer lurking in the shadows, lockdown is the absolute worst scenario for one of America’s most prominent families in Marie Force’s Fatal Threat.  Read more of this post