My version: Paperback Genre: Fiction thriller Publisher: Faber & Faber (Penguin Random House) First published: 2016 Bought, signed From the cover: Don't trust everything you read... Princeton 1987: renowned psychologist Professor Joseph Wieder is brutally murdered. New York, twenty-five years later: literary agent Peter Katz receives a manuscript, or is it a confession? It was twisty turny, but could … Continue reading Review: The Book of Mirrors – E.O. Chirovici
"The threat of a catastrophic terrorist attack looms over Britain."
3 of 5 stars Series: Scot Harvath 2 My version: Audobook Fiction Thriller Pocket Books 2003 StoryTel subscription Navy SEAL turned Secret Service agent Scot Harvath follows bloody clues to silver-eyed elusive ruthless terrorist Hashim Nidal, who intends to topple Israel and America, and can be identified by only one person - Meg Cassidy. Across four continents, from Macau, … Continue reading Review: Path of the Assassin – Brad Thor
3 of 5 stars Series: Joe Hunter 9 My version: Hardback Fiction Action, Crime Hodder & Stoughton 2014 Bought Ex-counterterrorist soldier Joe Hunter, has been called to Mexico to bring an end to a cartel that preys on the people they smuggle across the US border. Once the job's done, however, Joe's mission leader and mentor, CIA Black Ops … Continue reading Review: The Lawless Kind – Matt Hilton
5 of 5 stars Series: None, it's a prequel of sorts for the Mitch Rapp series My version: Paperback Fiction Crime, terrorism, US politics Simon & Schuster 1997 Bought Restoring power to the people, one politician at a time. Taking politics into their own hands a group of highly-trained killers embark on a mission of shattering brutality. It is … Continue reading Review: Term Limits by Vince Flynn
The right President
4 1/2 of 5 stars Series: Joe Hunter 8 My version: Hardback Fiction Thriller Michael Joseph 2016 Bought When Rink's father is brutally murdered, Joe has to stop his friend rushing headlong for vengeance. Because Rink's mother witnessed the crime and Yukiko isn't telling everything she knows. Her silence is governed by the Japanese tradition of giri, or … Continue reading Review: Rules of Honour – Matt Hilton
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