Tag: assassin

Book Review: The Clarity, by Keith Thomas

I received an advance review copy of Keith Thomas’ The Clarity. After reading the back cover synopsis, I bumped it ahead of the book on my To-Be-Read (TBR) pile. And within a few days, finished the book with a sense of “wow, that was not what I expected!” kind of feel. Ashanique is a young […]

Book Review: Broken Angel, by Chuck Logan

I will admit, openly, after reading seven Phil Broker books I was apprehensive about a a stand alone novel. Broken Angel, by Chuck Logan. It wasn’t that I worried about Logan’s storytelling ability –the guy clearly proved he knows how to spin a tale. I just became so used to Logan writing about Broker, I […]

Book Review: SPEAK FOR THE DEAD, by Christopher Valen

I have been a fan of the John Santana crime novels from the beginning, as well as an immediate fan of Christopher Valen. His writing style, characters, and tight-knitted plots made becoming a fan simple, natural. I mean, Valen puts everything a mystery reader wants inside every one of his novels. Intrigue, suspense, a splash […]

Book Review: ASSASSIN’S CODE, by Ward Larsen

So here is what happened. I received a copy of ASSASSIN’S CODE from the publisher so I could write a review. I hate jumping in to the middle of a series. This, being the fourth book in the David Slaton series, I did the only thing an avid reader could do. I went back and […]

Book Review: ASSASSIN’S GAME, by Ward Larsen

David Slaton is the most effective, lethal assassin created . . . ASSASSIN’S GAME is the second book in the David Slaton series. (The first was THE PERFECT ASSASSIN — click here for the review). Both books are quick, exciting reads. However, I enjoyed ASSASSIN’S GAME just a bit more. Dr. Ibrahim Hamedi is the […]