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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.
My Sister's Grave Book Review
20 years after her disappearance, Sarah Crosswhite's body has been found. Her sister Tracy returns to their hometown & discovers new evidence that proves the murderer who has been serving time was erroneously convicted. Can those who planted evidence be exposed & can the real murderer be found?
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.
No Time to Die Book Review
If scientists could stop the aging process, would it be taking things too far? Zoe Kincaid has DNA that may hold the answer to growing old, and when she agrees to help, those opposed to the technology will stop at nothing, including murder, to prevent it. This novel will get you thinking.
No Time to Lose Book Review
A Bank heist, the kidnapping of a bank vice president's wife, and a stolen priceless relic make for a good thriller. That is, however, if one can get through dozens of trite cliches, grammatical errors, unnecessary verbiage, and wordy boring sections reminiscent of a textbook.
One for the Money Book Review
Stephanie Plum has just lost her job, had her car repossessed, and is down on her luck. Her cousin Vinnie agrees to give her a chance as a bounty hunter to bring in Joseph Morelli, a cop who skipped bail on a murder charge. This is her story.
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