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Book Review: 3 Lies by Helen Hanson

Can money attract even those at the highest level of the CIA? Read More »

Book Review: Uncaged by Paul McKellips

An all too plausible bioterror thriller sees a confluence of animal rights activists' power and the development of bioweapons by al-Qaeda. Read More »

An Interview with Lars Kepler, Author of The Hypnotist

A talk with the couple who wrote a "Nordic noir" thriller under the pen name Lars Kepler. Read More »

Book Review: The Undertaker by William F. Brown

A new form of vigilante justice, in the name of national security. Read More »

Interview: Julia Madeleine, Author of No One to Hear You Scream

A soon-to-be common name in the thriller genre. Read More »

Book Review: Never Knowing by Chevy Stevens

Imagine finding our your real father is a serial killer! 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: Confessions Of A Catholic Cop/City Of Fire by Thomas Fitzsimmons

A television pilot for a police procedural in book form. Read More »

Interview: Jeff Abbott, Author of Adrenaline

"...people have been telling me they can't wait to read the next Sam. I always like it when they say 'the next Sam' instead of 'the next book.'" Read More »

Mysteries From The Other Side Of The Pond

A look at several TV thrillers from the Brits now on video. Read More »