Target Omega By Peter Kirsanow Is A Riveting Espionage Thriller Read

In Target  Omega, debut novelist Peter Kirsanow introduces readers to an enigmatic character named Michael Garin. He is a member of an elite, highly secretive counter-WMD unit, who suddenly becomes the target of a conspiracy. The book starts with a bang and continues with a fast-paced plot till the end. Garin has just successfully thwarted a…

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“Enemy of The Good” By Matthew Palmer Is A Satisfying International Thriller

“The Enemy of The Good” by acclaimed novelist Matthew Palmer, is a novel based on experience: Both as a writer and a U.S. government professional at the center of country’s International relations. Palmer has tapped his quarter century-long career working for the U.S. Foreign Service for a series of diplomatic thrillers that have been singled…

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“Proving Ground” By Peter Blauner Is An Exciting Cinematic Thriller

Edgar Award-winner Peter Blauner has released a new thriller titled “Proving Ground“. It’s a mystery that becomes a revenge novel, about a son trying to do right in a situation related to his dead father. Nathaniel “Natty” Dresden never got along with his old man, a prominent civil rights lawyer. So Natty rebelled by joining…

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Top 7 Most Sought After Assassination Thrillers Now

Assassination thrillers are now a major plot category in various works of fiction. Whether you like the feeling of anxiety when you are turning the pages to see if the villain can pull of his / her carefully laid out plan, or like stories where the lead character is trying to prevent an assassination, the following…

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Stockholm Delete By Jens Lapidus: A Thrilling Page-Turner

Stockholm Delete by Jens Lapidus is a different kind of Scandinavian crime fiction. Unlike many Scandinavian authors who excel at creating deeply layered characters, anti-heroes, and slow-burning plots, Lapidus mostly writes fast-paced and action-centered stories which are designed to entertain. His work is high quality however: His novels have received tremendous praise from various international media…

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Kent Lester on Writing the Scientific Thriller “The Seventh Sun”

The Seventh Sun is a science-based thriller about Black Swans: not the bird, but the event.  Black swan events are those sudden and unpredictable disasters that tend to turn our world upside down. The idiom originated in the sixteenth century among scientists to represent an idea or theory that didn’t exist, because at the time,…

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Boris Johnson’s Father To Release Brexit Thriller

Boris Johnson’s father has apparently found inspiration in uncertain events of the Brexit process as he is set to release a Brexit thriller later this year. In the upcoming book which is titled “Kompromat,” Stanley Johnson claims to recount the story of the most audacious geo-political coup since Genghis Khan and his hordes swept across Asia into…

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“A Twist of the Knife” by Becky Masterman Is a Page-Turner

In the early days Becky Masterman, author of “A Twist of the Knife“, was a single parent trying to earn a living in Florida. She got a part in a children’s theater play. After that she acted more, then directed, then wrote for children’s theater, and finally became an adult crime and thriller writer. Masterman produces…

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Snatch Brings Gregory Mcdonald’s Distinct Style Back To Life

When alive, Gregory Mcdonald delighted mystery readers over and over with his Fletch series featuring the unforgettable journalist and ex-marine who was always caught up with something big. Besides Fletch novels, he penned 15 other works of mystery and non-fiction which were different in themes but similar in one aspect: His distinct writing style! Mcdonald’s books are…

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Alexandra Burt Crafts An Atmospheric Story In “The Good Daughter”

The Good Daughter by Alexandra Burt is the sort of the novel which stands out in a crowded field, combining pulse-quickening action sequences with deeply felt, acutely insightful ruminations on the psychology of her characters. Burt’s first novel, Remember Mia struck a chord with readers and reviewers alike when it came out last year: Oprah.com…

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Catherine Holahan On “The Widower’s Wife”

When it comes to thriller writing, award-winning journalist and former television producer Catherine Holahan has a rare talent: Crafting stories which keep you reading all night. Her latest work The Widower’s Wife follows an investigation after a pregnant wife goes missing on a cruise ship. The title received rave reviews from Publisher’s Weekly, Kirkus Reviews and critics…

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