Category: Thriller

Personal (Jack Reacher #19) by Lee Child. A book Review

Curacao is always a great place for me to catch up on my reading between dives. (More on that when I get back and have time to edit my videos and pictures. I’m also getting a lot of writing done on the next book(s).(:>)…

The Midnight Line (Jack Reacher #22) by Lee Child. Book Review

The Midnight Line by Lee Child My rating: 4 of 5 stars The Midnight Line is a must-read for the many of us who have been military, been associated with a war, or have been related to a friend or family member who has…

Never Go Back: Jack Reacher #18, by Lee Child – A Book Review

Never Go Back by Lee Child My rating: 4 of 5 stars I enjoyed this Jack Reacher book with its twists of plot and the fact that author LeeChild has created a co-protagonist for Jack in Major Susan Turner, new CO of the 110th…

The Sixth Man by David Baldacci, a Book Review

The Sixth Man by David Baldacci My rating: 4 of 5 stars At what point will the computer world and fast-moving information world outpace the ability of humans to deal with the input to make logical governmental decisions. The world of computers has gotten…

Executive Power! (Mitch Rapp #6) by Vince Flynn – Book Review

Executive Power by Vince Flynn My rating: 5 of 5 stars This book by Vince Flynn has all the stuff of the modern era: spies, terrorists, hostages, military insertions, and governmental intrigue leading us across the globe in the hunt for the king spider…

Book Review: Power of the Sword, by Wilbur Smith

Power of the Sword by Wilbur Smith My rating: 5 of 5 stars I am once again reading Wilbur Smith’s books as inspiration to writing another novel. This amazing work puts it all together in telling the tale of two rival half brothers, Shasa…

Into the Inferno – a novel by Earl Emerson

Into the Inferno by Earl Emerson This is a fast-moving firefighter book with a twist that may not be as rare as we would like to think. When a firefighter pulls open the door to a burning house, car or barn they have no…

Book Review: Fatal by Michael Palmer

Fatal by Michael Palmer My rating: 4 of 5 stars When I think of chemicals and waste products that cause human cancers, deformities, life-threatening illnesses and such, I think of Erin Brockovich and her quest to stop the release of hexavalent chromium into the…

Book Review: The Chemist byStephenie Meyer

The Chemist by Stephenie Meyer My rating: 5 of 5 stars As a former nerdy ex-science/biology/chemistry teacher, it’s always fun to read about the underdog who ultimately breaks up the plot to overthrow the government! This story will keep you guessing and turning pages…

Book Review:Isaac Asimov’s Caliban, by Roger MacBride Allen

Isaac Asimov’s Caliban by Roger MacBride Allen My rating: 5 of 5 stars I haven’t read a really good sci-fiction book for a long time and this one is definitely top of the line! Having grown up on the early I-Robot and other novels…

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