The Scholar by Dervla McTiernan

I saw this book up for review and had always wanted to read McTiernan's first book, The Ruin. Three days ago I picked up The Ruin and I finished The Scholar tonight. Back-to-back awesomeness! If you are looking for a new thriller/police procedural, look no further! Cormac has had another year of cold cases and... Continue Reading →

Origin by Dan Brown (Mini Review)

Faith vs Science. A relatively common conflict in literature, and becoming increasingly so in media. What mysteries of the universe can science explain? And what questions can faith and religion answer? These conflicts form the basis for Brown's newest book in his Langdon series, Origin. Robert Langdon is invited to an event at the Guggenheim... Continue Reading →

Firefly by Henry Porter

He is a man who is employed to ‘find people.’ Out of the game for awhile, Paul Samson is asked to work the case of a young Syrian refugee who has seen too much. From Turkey to Greece to Macedonia, young Naji is running from a group of terrorists and needs help, but what is... Continue Reading →

Zero Sum Game by S.L. Huang

Cas Russell specializes in retrieval. With skills ranging from hand-to-hand combat to small arms fire to evasive driving, she is a force to be reckoned with... but what makes her special is an advanced working knowledge of all things mathematical. She has an equation for everything. The aiming vector for her snubnose, the results of... Continue Reading →

Vandals. A Short Story by Olen Steinhauer

An estate in Sonoma becomes the site of an incident that will forever change undercover FBI agent Rachel Proulx. Leaving the East Coast after a painful divorce, Rachel finds respite in a project to research and infiltrate revolutionary groups on the West Coast. Poking around bars in San Francisco brings her to a group of... Continue Reading →

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