Philip Kerr “Prayer”

May 16th, 2014

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We know the power of prayer, to heal and comfort.

But what if someone wanted to use that power to afflict — and kill?

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Philip Kerr‘s new psychological thriller “Prayer” poses that uncomfortable question.

Gil Martins, an agent with the FBI’s Domestic Terrorism Unit in Houston, confronts the violence generated by extremism every day. But even he is not fully prepared for what he encounters when confronted with evidence of a serial killer who’s calling on the very power of God to dispatch well-known atheists.

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Scott Turow “Identical”

December 5th, 2013

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The evil twin is a favorite device of storytellers — has been for generations — and the veteran bestselling author Scott Turow gives it fresh life in his new novel “Identical.” A state senator who’s running for Mayor of Kindle County has to deal with an identical twin brother who’s just out of prison, after doing 25 years for a murder he may or may not have actually committed.

In fact, as Turow’s story progresses, it’s less certain who really is the “evil” twin in this family.

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Steve Berry “The Columbus Affair”

November 2nd, 2012

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Think about what you know about Christopher Columbus.

Yeah, beyond the little rhyme about “14 hundred and 92 Columbus sailed the ocean blue” not much is known for sure about the man credited with “discovering” the New World.

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Bet you didn’t know Columbus may have been Jewish.

Steve Berry‘s new thriller “The Columbus Affair” starts with that, layers on lots of history, a little creative speculation, and a modern-day story overlaid on it all, to create a hurricane-of-history that will blow apart anything you thought you knew about Christopher Columbus.

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Steve Berry “The Jefferson Key”

September 30th, 2011

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What if there was a secret that could explain – and link – all four of America’s presidential assassinations? What if Abraham Lincoln, James Garfield, William McKinley, and John F. Kennedy all died for the same reason? And what if that reason is something in the U.S. Constitution?

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Bestselling thriller writer Steve Berry brings his globetrotting hero, former Justice Department operative Cotton Malone, back to the U.S. for his first American adventure, “The Jefferson Key.”There is political intrigue. There are pirates. There is scandal. And there is plenty of danger.

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Gianrico Carofiglio “Temporary Perfections”

September 29th, 2011

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Gianrico Carofiglio knows a little bit about crime and justice — he’s been a prosecutor, an expert in organized crime, and is currently a member of the Italian Senate.

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He is also an internationally-bestselling thriller writer, whose fourth book featuring defense attorney Guido Guerrieri is called “Temporary Perfections.”

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But this book is a bit of a departure for Carofiglio. It’s less courtroom thriller than it is a detective story, as Guido is asked to do what he can to help find a missing young woman. It’s not his specialty, but for his own reasons he agrees, and stumbles into something much darker and more sinister than he had expected.

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