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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.
Purged Book Review
In the fourth book in the Circle City Mysteries, members of a Wiccan coven are being murdered by a religious zealot. The suspense will keep you on the edge of your seat.
Redemption Book Review
Danny Namara and Andy Bane team up to fight a human trafficking group for the government. They are both well-schooled in Chinese martial arts, and must use their skills to win.
Relic Book Review
FBI Special Agent Pendergast is introduced in this novel about several murders that have occurred during the planning of a special exhibit in New York's Museum of Natural History. The exhibit features the statue of a strange creature from the Amazon which is supposed to be extinct - but is it?
Ruby Silver Book Review
Trace Brandon is back in his third book of the series, and is working on the preliminaries to a new mine project in a tiny town. The mob is involved, as well as a nasty town bully, and Trace and his partners must get to the bottom of it before they are murdered like others involved.
Rules of Prey Book Review
Rules of Prey is the first installment in John Sanford's popular Lucas Davenport Series. Lucas is up against a vicious murderer who is smart, organized, and has his own written rules. This is a must read for anyone who wants to start the series at the beginning, and all fans of John Sandford.
Russian Roulette Book Review
Lexie's room has been rented by a Russian ballerina who is seeking asylum in the US. She is suspicious, and investigates; Harry Hawkins also has a job for her in England, so once she gets to the bottom of what turns out to be a Ballerina fiasco, she travels to England and barely stays alive.
Rusted Rails Book Review
Edward Hawkins, a reporter, travels to the small mining town of Wilder to gather information for some human interest stories. While exposing the destitute lifestyles of the miners & their families, he discovers illegal operations run by the mob, and finds himself a target of their ruthlessness.
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