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Dark Watch (The Oregon Files, #3)
If Dark Watch was only the first half of the book, it would have been an excellent beginning. It was like there was a deadline and the last chapter wa...more
Nov 2009
Oct 27, 2009
Cemetery Dance (Pendergast, #9)
I couldn't put this book down. I love it when I've read all of the previous books in the series and I am familiar with the characters. When the NYT re...more
Jun 02, 2010
May 30, 2010
The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet's Nest (Millennium, #3)
Reads more like a Russian espionage book than the first two in the series. I personally loved how intellectual and serious it was. I was most amazed t...more
Jul 26, 2010
Jul 26, 2010
The Book of Lies
Read in one sitting. Exciting novel but somethings in the relationship between the father and the son were disjointed. he historical non-fiction in th...more
Sep 14, 2009
Sep 10, 2009
Conspiracy in Kiev (The Russian Trilogy #1)
I read this without stopping on my kindle (for free no less). As everyone else said in their reviews, it was excellent. Noel Hynds is a Goodreads auth...more
Jan 06, 2010
Dec 31, 2009
The Wheel of Darkness (Pendergast, #8)
Masters of suspense. I love the blend of Tibetan lore plus supernatural intrigue in the Pendergast series. It combines, mystery, suspense and science...more
Oct 2009
Sep 30, 2009
American Assassin (Mitch Rapp, #1)
The rise of Mitch Rapp, his early training and how he became an assassin. There is nothing better than an excellent prequel. I didn't read the book fl...more
Dec 08, 2010
Dec 08, 2010
State of Fear
816 pages- 200+ argue for and against the case of "global warming" Brilliantly researched but definitely very heavy on the "science" fiction. All in a...more
Jun 25, 2010
Jun 25, 2010
Brimstone (Pendergast, #5; Diogenes, #1)
I kept asking myself have I read this before because Count Fosco was so familiar. On the last page it says they borrowed the character from their favo...more
Oct 08, 2009
Sep 30, 2009
Soul Identity (Soul Identity, #1)
Scott Waverly, a cynic must help the secret society of Soul Identity from being destroyed by a clever thief. The owners are too naive and were almost...more
Jun 04, 2009
May 29, 2009
Banquo's Ghosts
Great technical knowledge, great suspense. Very scary information about Iran's nuclear program. Okay so I know it's fiction, but most fiction has some...more
Sep 30, 2009
Sep 30, 2009
Last Car To Elysian Fields (Dave Robicheaux, #13)
James Lee Burke writes about NOLA in authentic tones and accents. He is never politically correct as he goes after drug pushers and molesters NOLA sty...more
Oct 15, 2009
Oct 13, 2009
Worst Case (Michael Bennett, #3)
Really stupid premise. The fact that the dads were all clients was sooo obvious. Nothing subtle here. Left wing dogma junkies, even ones with brain tu...more
Aug 13, 2010
Aug 11, 2010
The Lost Symbol (Robert Langdon, #3)
This book was simply excellent. If you like to think you are smart, the complex plot will be so much fun to read. I really enjoyed the audio presentat...more
Mar 06, 2010
Mar 02, 2010
Out Of Town A Few Days (P.I. Frank Johnson short stories)
Ed Lynskey is brilliant. Frank Johnson is as much fun to read as Lee Child's Jack Reacher. I will definitely be a fan. Reading on kindle made obtainin...more
Jun 23, 2009
Jun 23, 2009
Up all night finishing this amazing book. Learning a lot about security for protected witnesses. The excellence was in the details. Like in other Deav...more
Dec 06, 2010
Dec 02, 2010
Dexter Is Delicious (Dexter, #5)
Way over the reality limit, yet so much fun to listen to on audio. So outrageous it is almost science fantasy. Cannibals, serial killers, and super co...more
Sep 15, 2010
Sep 13, 2010
61 Hours (Jack Reacher, #14)
I stayed up until 2 to finish this book. Reacher was not his usually perceptive self and death abounded. He was not able to save the day.
Jun 08, 2010
Jun 08, 2010
By the Sword (Repairman Jack, #12)
An exciting thriller with sci-fi infusion. At times it got very crowded with almost too much action., probably why it was never a movie.
Mar 15, 2010
Mar 12, 2010
Blood Work (Terry McCaleb, #1)
frightening suspense story. anything I say may ruin the ending so all I'll say is it was excellent and scary.
Sep 30, 2009
Sep 30, 2009
Echo Burning (Jack Reacher, #5)
Reacher usually sees all the clues, in this one he doesn't. I was able to determine the "bad guy" before he did. LOL.
Apr 28, 2009
Apr 26, 2009
The Scarpetta Factor (Kay Scarpetta, #17)
This was my favorite Cornwell book. I reread Scarpetta to refresh my memory and it made the sequel even better for me. The audiobook reader is excelle...more
Jan 06, 2010
Dec 17, 2009
The Narrows (Harry Bosch, #10)
Reading a series out of order is not as exciting as when read in order, but it answered some of my questions and filled in some blanks. I wonder what...more
Nov 09, 2010
Oct 21, 2010
Those in Peril
Amazing from beginning to end!! Loved Hazel. hated the obnoxious kid.
Jul 07, 2011
Jul 07, 2011
Eagle Strike (Alex Rider, #4)
I don't know whether my hatred of the antagonist affected my rating of this book, but I hated everything about him including the inconsistencies that...more
Mar 02, 2010
Feb 27, 2010
The Black Ice (Harry Bosch, #2)
Early Connolly is still very good and explains a lot of the details.
Apr 06, 2010
Apr 04, 2010
Darkly Dreaming Dexter (Dexter, #1)
The first book explains so much about the series.
Dec 25, 2009
Dec 30, 2009
The Last Child
This was so good that i couldn't put it down. I didn't guess the ending (and yes I usually do). A lot of action and no dull spots.
Oct 12, 2009
Oct 02, 2009
Pursuit of Honor (Mitch Rapp, #12)
Another superb adventure with Mitch Rapp. If you like Reacher and Bosch you'll love Rapp.
Jul 26, 2010
Jul 20, 2010
Gone Tomorrow (Jack Reacher, #13)
The best yet. I read until early in the am.
Jun 10, 2009
Jun 09, 2009
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