Steve Berry “The King’s Deception”

July 10th, 2013

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Few authors are as skilled as Steve Berry in blending history with contemporary political intrigue, espionage, and page-turning thrills.

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Berry brings back series hero Cotton Malone in his new thriller “The King’s Deception.” Malone is tasked with returning a teenage fugitive back to England, as a favor to his former boss at the Justice Department. Since it seems to be a low-octane assignment, Malone brings his own teenage son along, with plans to continue on to Malone’s European home.

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But fresh off the flight in London the trouble begins, and before we know what hit us, Malone is in the thick of a high-stakes diplomatic showdown that involves a centuries-old secret that could change the world.

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Sarah Lyall “The Anglo Files”

September 12th, 2008

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Ask an American who’s moved to England what the experience was like, and you’re likely to be treated to a discourse on culture shock. Despite a common language — well, almost — there can be an ocean of cultural difference between the two nations, as journalist Sarah Lyall discovered when she moved to London a few years ago. Now, in her book “The Anglo Files” Lyall shares her observations.

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