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Linwood Barclay’s A Tap On The Window: Dirty Little Secrets (Book Review)

A few years ago, one of those lovely suggestions that Amazon does popped up: “for fans of Harlan Coben, try Linwood Barclay.” Having read every one of Coben’s novels, I gave Never Look Away a spin, about a man who loses sight of … Continue reading

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Chevy Stevens’ That Night: Bullying Inside & Out (Book Review)

In the late 1990s, high school grads Toni and Ryan go off for a night of romance, with Toni’s kid sister Nicole tagging along. The next morning, Nicole is found violently murdered and the subsequent investigation sends both Toni and Ryan … Continue reading

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David Wellington’s Hydra Protocol: Spy With A Soul (Book Review)

Jim Chapel gave one of his arms to defend the United States as a Ranger, but after losing his almost-fiancee’s love because of his work, he finds himself realizing that the only thing he has left is the job itself. … Continue reading

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David Baldacci’s The Target: Face Your Demons (Book Review)

The latest thriller by David Baldacci doesn’t just follow our heroes, Will Robie and Jessica Reel, and their enemy. No, this series of parallel tales tells at least four stories that could stand on their own, intermingling and twisting together and apart … Continue reading

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Parker: Robin Hood-Meets-Angel of Vengeance

Jason Statham is one of those guys whose movies I want to like. Like Mark Wahlberg or The Rock, I find myself enjoying some of their movies and then recognizing that a few others aren’t nearly as good (past winner for this … Continue reading

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