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Ordinance 93 Book Review
What if the government decided who was suitable to have children, and enforced their decisions? Here is a well-written dystopian novel that gives you something to think about.
Original Death Book Review
Duncan McCallum & his Indian friend, Conawago, are traveling to meet the last living relatives of Conawago's tribe. When they arrive, everyone in the village has been murdered and several school children are missing. They then begin a quest to find the murderer and the missing children.
Pacific Vortex Book Review
Dirk Pitt finds a communication capsule from a submarine that disappeared on its maiden voyage 6 months prior. The capsule contains clues to the disappearance, and Pitt must find not only the submarine, but who killed the crew and took it over.
Path of the Assassin Book Review
Secret Service Agent Scot Harvath is forced to join a barely competent CIA team to catch the leader of a terrorist group who hijacked a 747 and killed several people. A civilian is the only person who can identify the terrorist leader, so Scot must protect her as well.
Play Dead Book Review
Beautiful supermodel Laura Ayers and basketball star, David Baskin are madly in love and against her family's wishes elope to Australia to be married. David drowns, however, while there, and Laura is left to find out why things don't add up. This novel is not to be missed.
Playing With Fire Book Review
When Julia Ansdell brings home an old music manuscript from Italy, her life changes. When the piece is played it has a mysterious effect on her daughter, Lily, and when she tries to find out the history, her life and her friends lives become endangered.
Post-Mortem Book Review
Post Mortem is the first installment in the popular Kay Scarpetta Suspense/Thriller Series, and is a fun, fast read.
Power Play Book Review
Power Play is a novel about the events behind the scene of a political campaign and the pettiness and viciousness of politicians. This novel takes place in the 70s and the characters are interesting.
Prescription for Murder Book Review
Private Detective Alexis Smith is about to marry Harry Hawkins of Scotland Yard, when she receives an urgent telegram from her sister calling her home because her mother is sick. Since her mother died years ago, she is suspicious and travels home.
Presumed Innocent Book Review
Rusty Sabich, a P.A. in Kindle County, is accused of murdering a co-worker and former lover, Carolyn Pohlemus. Circumstantial evidence exists, and as Rusty tries to find the murderer and redeem himself, he becomes involved in political intrigue and a seemingly impossible situation.
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