‘The Iranian Deception’ Secures Matt Scott’s Place as a Rising Star in Thriller Fiction [REVIEW]

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A new leader comes to power in Matt Scott’s The Iranian Deception. (Photos courtesy Canva)

When the CIA’s head of Iranian Affairs desk is awakened by her phone ringing in the middle of the night, she knows it can’t be good news. She picks up anyway, only to hear one of her Iranian sources tell her, “He’s dead.” Within three hours of the Supreme Leader’s death, a new one has been appointed. Does this mean peace may be imminent in the Middle East? Or will this new leader be far more dangerous than his predecessor? Find out in the second thrilling installment of Matt Scott’s Surviving the Lion’s Den series, The Iranian Deception.

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Danielle Steel’s ‘All That Glitters’ is a Parable for Our Time [REVIEW]

Sometimes we are too easily distracted by the flash. (Photo courtesy Canva)

Growing up, she had it all. Parents who loved her. A privileged life. And dreams as big as the sky. But just when she is about to begin living the life she’s always planned for, the world she knows changes with an explosive, blinding flash of light and suddenly she has to grow up very quickly. Will the lessons her parents taught her be enough to help her navigate her future? Find out in Danielle Steel’s new bestseller, All That Glitters.

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James Rollins’ ‘The Last Odyssey’ is a Dazzling Tribute to Greek Lore [REVIEW]

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An ancient astrolabe leads researchers on a mythical journey that could result in the end of the world in James Rollins’ The Last Odyssey. (Photo by Eric Jusino, Flickr)

Time and again, James Rollins takes readers on cross-continental thrill rides that weave together rich scientific research, fascinating historical details, compelling theology, and explosive action. His latest novel, The Last Odyssey, does not disappoint.
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Meet the Gravediggers in Liliana Hart’s ‘The Darkest Corner’ [REVIEW]

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Sometimes the dead do rise. (Photo by cmiper, Flickr)

They’re highly trained. They’re lethally dangerous. And they’re dead. Meet the Gravediggers. Sometimes the dead do come back. Find out how in Liliana Hart’s riveting new series, beginning with The Darkest Corner.  Read more of this post

Amos Decker Races Against Time in David Baldacci’s ‘The Fix’ [REVIEW]

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Amos Decker faces off with the Defense Intelligence Agency in David Baldacci’s The Fix.
(Photos by US Navy, compiled by Jathan Fink, Jadeworks Entertainment)

A man shoots a woman execution style in front of the Hoover building, then turns the gun on himself, and Amos Decker is there to witness it all. Thus begins David Baldacci’s latest thriller, The Fix, in which the number one bestselling author leads us down the rabbit hole and into a world full of intrigue, cunning, and lies. Only Decker can help us wrap our minds around such a potentially volatile situation. Read more of this post