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The Devil Colony

June 23, 2011 When it comes to writing scientific thrillers with an intriguing mix of history, novelist James Rollins delivers great stories. more »»

Things We Didn't Say

June 23, 2011 Kristina Riggle, from downstate Grand Rapids, has written a novel that dwells on the difficulties of becoming a stepmom with her latest book, "Things We Didn't Say. more »»

KILLER MOVE

June 23, 2011 In an era where many people’s deepest interactions occur in cyberspace, personal privacy isn’t difficult to penetrat. more »»

Trader of Secrets

June 8, 2011 Despite this cool spring, the promise of some great summer reading unfolds in the latest Steve Martini novel, "Trader of Secret. more »»

Blindsighted

June 8, 2011 Crime fiction has another medical examiner/sleuth with author Karin Slaughter's Dr. Sara Linton and her debut novel, "Blindsighted." (Harper, 452 pages) Dr. more »»

Year's Best SF 16

June 8, 2011 Having grown up with "Star Trek" and "Lost in Space," this reviewer enjoys the imaginative genre of science fiction. Editors David G. more »»

Axis Sally: The American Voice of Nazi Germany

May 16, 2011 Richard Lucas examines one of the most infamous characters of the Second World War in his biography of Mildred Gillars, better known as "Axis Sally:  The American Voice of Nazi Germany. more »»

Loco Motive

May 16, 2011 Mary Daheim's quirky cousins, Judith McMonigle Flynn and Serena "Renie" Jones, are back solving mysteries aboard Amtrak's Empire Builder in their latest adventure, "Loco Motive." (Harper, 328 pages. more »»

Sixkill

May 16, 2011 After reading another enjoyable Robert B. Parker novel from the Spenser series, we experienced much sadness. This was the last one, “Sixkill” (Putnam). Robert . more »»

A River In The Sky

May 16, 2011 Elizabeth Peters' beloved pair of archaeologists, Professor Emerson and his wife, Amelia Peabody, are digging up espionage in the Holy Land in "A River in the Sky. more »»

Hoosier Hysteria, Sons, and Other Stories

May 16, 2011 "Hoosier Hysteria, Sons, and Other Stories" is a collection of short stories by Larry Moran. (AuthorHouse, 338 pages, www.authorhouse. more »»

"The Body in the Gazebo"

April 18, 2011 By REGINA M. ANGELI Books Writer Katherine Hall Page has served up another lovely course in her series featuring caterer/sleuth Faith Fairchild, "The Body in the Gazebo" (William Morrow, 259 pages). more »»

"Dead by Midnight"

April 9, 2011 Carolyn Hart has another delightful mystery in her "Death on Demand" series featuring Annie and Max Darling, "Dead by Midnight" (William Morrow, 282 pages). more »»

"Spere"

April 9, 2011 The late Michael Crichton was the master of the science fiction and his superb psychological thriller "Sphere" is now available as a paperback (Harper). Deep below the waters of the South Pacific, U. more »»

"Agent X"

April 9, 2011 FBI-agent-turned-bricklayer Steve Vail once helped the FBI solve a brilliant extortion plot. It was supposed to be a one-and-done deal. But when he's in Washington, D.C. more »»

Two gems from Agatha Christie

April 9, 2011 Dame Agatha Christie reigns supreme as the world's foremost mystery writer and her two most memorable and tantalizing tales are available in paperback from Harper — "And Then There Were None" (also... more »»

"Golf For Dummies"

April 9, 2011 Before heading out to the course, golfers and those who aspire to take up the game may want to check out Gary McCord's "Golf for Dummies: 4th Edition" (WIley, 388 pages) As a PGA professional... more »»

"A Kingdom Besieged"

April 9, 2011 The fantasy adventure genre tests the imaginative powers of its creator, but judging by the more than two dozen books to his credit, Raymond E. Feist thrives in this literary styl. more »»

"Come and Find Me"

April 9, 2011 Hallie Ephron, author of "Never Tell a Lie," has written a techno-thriller, "Come and Find Me" (William Morrow, 276 pages). more »»

"Wildcase"

April 9, 2011 Neil Russell has another male fantasy/adventure novel “Wildcase” (Harper, 499 pages) featuring the Anglo-American billionaire Rail Black. more »»

 
 
 

 

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