M. M. Silva is a native of Iowa and currently lives in Massachusetts with her husband and beloved Springer Spaniel. She earned her MBA from Suffolk University, is an avid ... Read full author bio >
"The first volume in a series of mysteries featuring the caffeine-addicted Bostonian Meagan, Silva’s debut unveils a character who is refreshingly different from the stereotypical private detective found in many crime novels...Silva sustains a solid mystery that manages to keep readers engaged throughout the many plot twists and turns. A well-constructed story that lays a promising foundation for the rest of the series."
Born in Caracas in 1967, have published two books, Angustia , and El Camino Perdido, both came from mental investigations digging quite hard inside, and finding a suprising world which he ... Read full author bio >
"A good read for those wanting to lose themselves in a maze from which escape is accidental, if not absolutely miraculous"
James Nicholas Logue is an author and epidemiologist with a doctorate in public health. He has written on the effects of Hurricane Katrina and the crisis of violence in American ... Read full author bio >
"...the story has a real depth of feeling, and the smaller moments between Jeff and his family and friends present appealing images of Christian life. The book's take on theodicy and the power of God, although never addressed head-on, may also interest some readers. Christians who enjoy James Bond will certainly find something to sink their teeth into."
Claude Eldridge has published four books. The latest one, "Mind Over Murder, The Svengali Factor" was reviewed by Kirkus. It is a murder mystery where a mind control genius creates ... Read full author bio >
Ralph Zeta has been a financial advisor and money manager for the past twenty years. After spending close to two decades living in California he relocated to South Florida where ... Read full author bio >
"An entertaining airplane read; by no means a chore to get through, but not exactly a gripping page-turner either."
Paul Michael Buck is the writer in me. I'm a doctor; Family Practice and Cardiac Rehab. I've written a Health Book and "His Good Friends" is my first ... Read full author bio >
"Pope is no seasoned Cold War agent or hard-boiled detective; he's a curmudgeon who frequently needs to go to the bathroom. Anything having to do with a computer needs to be explained to him. The novelty of seeing him interact with the modern world lends him an amiable air... A breezy, unpolished thriller with a digestible plot and a likable protagonist."
John Knoerle wrote the screenplay for Quiet Fire, which starred Karen Black, and the stage play The He-Man Woman Hater’s Club, an LA Time’s Critic’s Choice. He ... Read full author bio >
"Knoerle hits precisely the right note of humility and bravado when his protagonist, American Office of Strategic Services agent Hal Schroeder, declares in the novel's prologue: 'You wouldn't believe how much crap you get credit for when you're a hero.' What follows is a spare, stylish thriller peopled with wisecracking characters straight out of a Billy Wilder flick."
"Most impressive is how real and distinct each of the many characters feels, especially with so few words afforded them. Readers might struggle early on with the multitude of characters and their overt and covert motivations, but as Hassan layers the meaning of the novel's title, readers who endure won't be disappointed. A fast, brutal thriller about manipulation, drugs and terrorism."
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