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

Clive Cussler’s ‘Piranha’ Keeps Readers Holding On for the Ride of Their Lives [REVIEW]

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Danger is the name of the game in Clive Cussler and Boyd Morrison’s Piranha.
(Photo courtesy G.P. Putnam’s Sons)

In Clive Cussler and Boyd Morrison’s Piranha, the crew of the Oregon is tasked with stopping a madman from attacking America’s vice president and devastating the world in the process. But will the crew’s quick thinking be enough to stop this new villain dead in his tracks?  Read more of this post

Terror Grips New York City in Catherine Coulter’s ‘Nemesis’ [REVIEW]

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FBI Special Agent Lacey Sherlock returns in Catherine Coulter’s Nemesis. (Photo courtesy FBI)

In Catherine Coulter’s Nemesis, FBI Special Agents Dillon Savich and Lacey Sherlock return to deal with simultaneous terrorist attacks that take place on opposite sides of New York City. But how are the events connected? And who is the mastermind behind each crime? Coulter pulls out all the stops in the 19th installment of her FBI Thriller series. Read more of this post

James Patterson Kicks Off The Summer Season Early With ’15th Affair’ [REVIEW]

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Lindsay Boxer and the Women’s Murder Club must face murder, terrorists, spies and more in James Patterson and Maxine Paetro’s 15TH AFFAIR. (Photo by underexposed949, Flickr)

In James Patterson and Maxine Paetro’s 15th Affair, a quadruple homicide at the Four Seasons Hotel has the Women’s Murder Club baffled. Meanwhile, San Francisco is caught in the middle of the largest-scale terrorist attack on U.S. soil since 9/11. To make matters worse, Detective Lindsay Boxer has the sneaking suspicion both incidents are related and that her beloved husband Joe is the suspect who links everything together.  Read more of this post

Daniel Silva’s ‘The English Spy’ Is My Favorite Summer Thriller! [REVIEW]

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Gabriel Allon returns in The English Spy. (Photo by Nedim Chaabene, Flickr)

My mind is still racing. My heart is beating too fast. My hands are trembling from the visceral pacing and non-stop action in Daniel Silva’s latest novel, The English Spy. Read more of this post