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4.3 of 5 stars 4.30  ·  rating details  ·  10 ratings  ·  4 reviews
French artist Paul Farrell kills four people in Paris and walks into a hail of police fire at JFK Airport. A Russian history professor and shaman with a dark secret steals the body. Police on both sides of the Atlantic are on the case, but they each have secrets of their own. And a powerful enemy watches from the shadows, one who could destroy them all.
Published December 10th 2010 (first published November 25th 2010)
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It has looked so far to be a year of exceeded expectations.

When Innsmouth Free Press sent me a copy of this book to review I wasn't expecting a great deal from it to be completely honest. A press release sent along with the book mentioned a bit of the history and, rather than being a new publication, this is the first print release of a book originally released in 2007 as an eBook only.

A lot of people are currently reexamining the place of eBook only publishers and print-on-demand publishers in
Article first published as Book Review:Fraterfamilias by Judith Doloughan and Paula R. Stiles on Blogcritics.

Dr. Alan Kedward was in disbelief as he and the world learned about the shooting of his only family member, shot by police as he was intercepted in JFK in New York, for multiple vicious murders in Paris. Paul Michel Farrell got off the plane and then waited for the police. Interpol was on its way, and yet as an officer began talking to Paul, he admitted to the killing, got up and walked t
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"It takes longer for the mind to heal itself than the body." Time, space, and vague but honest ignorance intertwine in this crime story set in the shadowy area of NYC. Opening with an intriguing and semi-violent scene that takes place in a crowded airport, we meet a large cast of characters, each an individual in their own right, who not only has their own particular demons to face but t
Rick F.
A truly awe inspiring thriller by Judith Doloughan that involves Templar Knights and Russian Mobsters! This is very much a thinking persons' thriller, populated with expertly drawn characters and locations. Ms. Doloughan has clearly placed herself at the top of the list of premier thriller writers today, demonstrating how an interesting plot can be made unforgetable in the hands of a truly great writer!
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