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Book Review: Burned by Thomas Enger

A face-scarred reporter attempts to prove that a killing was not the result of pure sharia, but a deliberate act of one person. Read More »

Book Review: The Winters in Bloom by Lisa Tucker

A young over-protected boy is stolen from his home. Officials doubt that foul play is involved. Read More »

Book Review: Shadow Flight by Harrison Jones

Terror in the Skies: Can it be stopped? Read More »

Book Review: The Dog Who Knew Too Much by Spencer Quinn

Pooch, Chet, hunts for a boy — missing from a summer camp. Read More »

Book Review: Postcards from Nam by Uyen Nicole Duong

An American lawyer hunts the identity of a Vietnamese man who sends her illustrated postcards. Read More »

Book Report: All Cry Chaos by Leonard Rosen

An Interpol inspector must find those responsible for genocide and for critical injuries to his own family. Read More »

Book Review: Full Black by Brad Thor

Secret terrorist cells are ready to bring America to its knees. Read More »

Book Review: Collecting Cooper by Paul Cleave

An ex cop attempts to track down a mad man who "collects" people to torture and kill. Read More »

Book Review: The Traitor’s Emblem by Juan Gomez-Jurado

A man seeks the truth about his father's death while Hitler is murdering his way to power. Read More »

Book Review: The 34th Degree by Thomas Greanias

By transferring information from dead Nazis brain into Sam Deker, he is able to go back in time to find a secret document Read More »