Brad Taylor’s ‘American Traitor’ Frays Our Nerves [REVIEW]

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He saw something he shouldn’t have at an F-35 facility, and now he’s on the run. (Photo courtesy Canva)

A world on the brink of war. A nation desperate for control. An operative determined to stop the ultimate betrayal. Sometimes saving mankind from itself is all in a day’s work. Thus begins Brad Taylor’s 15th installment in the breathtaking Pike Logan series, American Traitor.

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Glen Erik Hamilton’s ‘A Dangerous Breed’ Gives Van Shaw a Shocking Ultimatum [REVIEW]

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Is Van Shaw ready to face off with his most dangerous opponent yet? (Photo courtesy Canva)

Startling secrets. A dangerous blackmailer. When Van Shaw gets trapped in a potentially deadly situation, will his past finally catch up to his present? And where can he turn for help before a terrifying plot explodes in his face? Find out in Glen Erik Hamilton’s fifth Van Shaw novel, A Dangerous Breed.

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Anika Scott’s ‘The German Heiress’ Examines Life After WWII from the Other Side of History [REVIEW]

Devastation of Krupp factory, Essen, 1945
The war may have decimated her family’s steel empire, but for a German heiress there is more on the line than she thinks. (Photo Public Domain)

She was one of the most recognized women in Germany. Then the war came. In its wake, she must reinvent herself to survive. But what kind of life can she build for herself when one man has already determined her fate? Discover what it was like to be The German Heiress in Anika Scott’s debut novel.

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Why Haven’t Sophie Hannah’s ‘Perfect Little Children’ Ever Grown Up? [REVIEW]

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How can two children possibly look exactly the same when 12 years have passed? (Photo courtesy Canva)

She was just fulfilling her typical soccer mom duties the day she came across her former BFF. She didn’t intend to snoop. But what she saw stopped her in her tracks. After all, it had been more than a decade since they’d seen each other. How was it possible that absolutely nothing had changed? Follow Sophie Hannah down the rabbit hole to find out in her newest mystery, Perfect Little Children.

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‘Simon the Fiddler’ Captures the Transcendent Power of Music [REVIEW]

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In post-Civil War Texas, a fiddler with a dream sets out to build a life filled with love and music. (Photo courtesy Canva)

He was always wily and had a knack for evading the conscription officers. Then came the fateful night he finally got caught. Can his passion for song get him through the Civil War? And will his dreams survive intact? Find out in Paulette Jiles’s immersive new historical saga, Simon the Fiddler. Read more of this post