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Flashback Book Review
Michael Palmer has written a fascinating "can't-put-down" novel that makes readers look at what is really happening in the medical world. When an 8 year old child begins to have flashbacks from a routine surgery, Zackary Iverson, a neurologist, tries to find the reason for the baffling problem.
Gallows View Book Review
In this first novel of the Inspector Banks series, there is a Peeping Tom in the small town of Yorkshire, as well as several burglaries, and the murder of an elderly woman. Banks works hard to solve the crimes, and takes the reader through some very suspenseful scenarios.
Glimpse of Sunlight Book Review
An Exploratory team has discovered a ship off the coast of Jamaica, and while salvaging the silver believed to be on the ship, the salvage team recounts the history of their families who lived on the island in 1650. There is plenty of suspense and danger.
Gone Girl Book Review
This bestselling book tells the story of self-centered Amy and her husband, Nick. Amy disappears, and Nick is blamed. He works hard to prove his innocence in this suspenseful psychological thriller.
Guilt (Alex Delaware Novel) Book Review
Alex and Milo work to investigate the murder of a religious nanny and the skeleton of a baby found in a park, as well as a 60 year old skeleton of a baby found buried in a yard in an affluent neighborhood. The investigation leads to famous movie stars, and more murders.
Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone Book Review
Harry Potter, et al, are introduced in this first novel of the phenomenal series that has become a modern-day classic. It is a must read, and is well-written, charming, and absolutely wonderful reading for both adults and young adults alike.
Hide & Seek Book Review
In this second novel of the Inspector John Rebus series, Rebus investigates an overdose that turns out to be murder. The investigation leads to suspected corruption in the police department, as well as in the political hierarchy of Edinburgh, where the story takes place.
I am that Fool Book Review
Ryan Browne is the best attorney in the state. But after winning a huge case, he celebrates at a strip club and gets in enough trouble that he must spend the next year or so in jail. Rather than accepting a public defender, he chooses to represent himself, a foolhardy decision.
Judge & Jury Book Review
Andie DeGrasse is the only survivor when a mafia don who is on trial orders the murders of the entire jury. Since her young son is killed, she works with Nick Pellisante, an FBI agent, to bring the mafia don to justice after he escapes jail and orders dozens of additional murders.
Kane & Abel Book Review
William Lowell Kane, born to a wealthy banking family, and Abel Rosnovski, a penniless Polish orphan, are struggling to make it in America, but are pitted against each other. This suspenseful, well-written novel spans 60 years of families, revenge, and forgiveness.
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