Vince Flynn “Pursuit of Honor”

October 29th, 2009

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Do whatever it takes. That instruction, in the hands of Vince Flynn‘s series hero Mitch Rapp, means two things: one, that there are some really, really bad guys to be taken out. And two, that Mitch will get the job done, whatever it takes.

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In Flynn’s latest, “Pursuit of Honor,” a brazen and bizarre act of terrorism has shocked Washington, DC, and Mitch and his trusted cohort Mike Nash have a nasty job to do.

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Joseph Finder “Vanished”

August 22nd, 2009

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Nick Heller is a spy, but not for any government – in Joseph Finder‘s thriller “Vanished” Nick Heller is a Special Forces-trained private spy, seeker of corporate secrets instead of state secrets.

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But as this book opens, Heller’s estranged brother Roger is the one in trouble. In fact he has “vanished,” after a mugging in Washington, DC, and it falls to Nick to try and find him. But the search will put Nick in the crosshairs of a powerful entity that doesn’t appreciate the attention.

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Brad Thor “The Apostle”

July 7th, 2009

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In bestselling thriller writer Brad Thor‘s world, when the President needs a counterterrorism operative he can count on, he usually turns to series hero Scot Harvath.

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But as Thor’s book “The Apostle” opens, a new president has taken office, and may not have as much use for Harvath and his unique skillset. That is, until the daughter of a well-connected political family is kidnapped in Afghanistan. The president calls on Harvath, but the terms of ransom may require Harvath to free one of the world’s worst terrorists.

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Dean Koontz “Relentless”

June 19th, 2009

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Cubby Greenwich is a bestselling author. But he’s also got a problem: a reviewer hates his new book. Now, to most authors that’s not a problem, but in Cubby’s case, he has to find out who this mysterious reviewer, Shearman Waxx, is. No one knows who he is. Cubby tracks him down, then wishes he hadn’t, in the Dean Koontz book “Relentless.”

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Peter Schechter “Pipeline”

June 5th, 2009

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An America that is — still — cripplingly dependent on foreign energy must face down a newly resurgent, and energy-rich Russia, in Washington, D.C. consultant Peter Schechter‘s thriller “Pipeline.”

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What Russia has, and the U.S. desperately needs, is natural gas. And before this book is over, panic will turn to terror then to the very precipice of war.

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