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Miracle Cure Book Review
Dr. Michael Holbrook has finally redeemed himself from an addiction to prescription drugs and has finally got his medical license reinstated. He's looking into a miracle heart drug, and as he learns more about the drug, he becomes a target for murder.
Mitch Rapp Fans Mourn the Death of Vince Flynn
Vince Flynn, author of the internationally bestselling suspense/thriller Mitch Rapp series has passed away.
Moving Target Book Review
Ali Reynolds accompanies Leland Brooks to England to see relatives he hasn't seen for over 60 years; Ali attempts to solve the murder of Leland's father. B. is working at home on the attempted murder of a teenage computer whiz who is in detention because of evidence presented by B.'s company.
Murder 101 Book Review
Peter & Rina have moved from busy LA to be closer to their children in NYC. There isn't much happening in the small police department, and Peter's bored. Then some Tiffany glass panes in a family crypt are stolen, and a couple of mutilated bodies are found.
Murder in the Park Book Review
Michael Correa, Special Forces, has been called in by the new President to investigate several murders and a death in the park that has been erroneously ruled a suicide. This political thriller is well-written and fun to read.
Murmurs of Insanity Book Review
Moriah Dru and Richard Lake work together to find Johndro Phillips who is a witness to a drug deal and murder, as well as Damian Hansel who is involved in a bizarre aspect of the art world. The search becomes dangerous for Dru and her clients; there is plenty of suspense.
Myron Bolitar Series - Characters & Booklist
Curious about the characters in Harlan Coben's bestselling Myron Bolitar series? Here is a list of the series in order of publication as well as a short paragraph on each of the main characters.
Natchez Burning Book Review
Taking place in the 1960s, this Penn Cage thriller is one of the best novels of the year. The story is based on the civil rights movement, and although fictional, rings true. An eye-opening and education story that is not to be missed.
New York Dead Book Review
This is the first novel in Stuart Woods' popular Stone Barrington series. Stone witnesses a body falling from a 12 story building, and becomes the lead detective to solve what becomes a murder case. Stone is forced to retire on a medical and must solve the case on his own.
Nighttime Is My Time Book Review
Jean Sheridan is an honoree at a 20-year class reunion in a small town where all of her high-school friends except one have previously died. Other honorees include a group of previous high-school nerds who have become successful over the years, and one is a cold-blooded murderer.
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