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A Song for the Brokenhearted Book Review
This excellent historical thriller is absolutely fascinating. Breen and his former partner at Scotland Yard, Tozer delve into the world of murder and political corruption for an edge-of-your seat experience.
Stealing the Countess Book Review
The Countess Borromeo, a $4 million Stradivarius violin has been stolen, and Mac McKenzie has been asked to negotiate with the thieves to get it back. This is the 13th book in a humorous and fun series.
A Death in Sweden Book Review
Former CIA Operative Dan Hendricks is at the top of a hit list, as his former colleagues are murdered, and he must keep himself safe while trying to tie an old murder to the new head of the CIA.
The Steel Kiss Book Review
While Amelia Sachs pursues a killer, a man falls inside an escalator; while trying to save the man, Amelia loses her killer. Lincoln agrees to help with a civil suit, and the suspense begins.
Missing Pieces Book Review
When Sarah Quinlan visits her husband Jack's childhood home for the first time, she learns that she has been lied to and that Jack's dysfunctional family is involved in more than one suspicious death.
Far From True Book Review
In book two of the Promise Falls Trilogy, a screen at the drive in theater falls into the parking lot and dozens are injured and four are killed. The investigation uncovers other murders, and there are also attempted kidnappings, corruption in government & politics, and plenty of suspense.
Pacific Burn Book Review
Jim Brodie gets involved in the murder of his close friend's son, and learns that someone is trying to murder the entire family. His investigation takes him to Japan, where he is in danger at every turn.
A Murderous Mind Book Review
When Leanne Bolter is found brutally murdered in her flat, her flatmates are feeling guilty since they didn't hear a thing. The murderer has killed before, and it turns out there are almost a dozen cold cases that are related. There is no evidence, however, and the murderer may just go free.
Public Face Private Vice Book Review
Charlie and his team are investigating the murder of a popular BBC television personality. While the story and characters are fun, this book is written in a very juvenile manner and unless readers have lots of patience, is one that should probably be skipped.
Gumshoe Book Review
Mortimer Angel is changing careers, from IRS agent to PI. His first day on the job - no experience and no training - he finds the head of the missing mayor in his ex-wife's trunk. This thriller is upbeat, tongue-in-cheek, and has a surprise ending.
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