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Book Review: Field of Valor, by Matthew Betley

I just finished reading the third book in the Logan West series. Matthew Betley’s Field of Valor is comparable to the first two in the series. Non-stop adrenaline. Witty banter. A clever plot. Twists and turns, and more twists, and even more turns . . . A rogue republic is operating inside the government. The […]

Book Review: Keep Her Safe, by K.A. Tucker

Hmmm. What to say about K.A. Tucker’s new thriller, Keep Her Safe. I suppose if you are the kind of reader who devours books with compelling characters, and a story that keeps you turning pages, desperate to find out what happens next, then it is safe for me to assume you will love –LOVE– Tucker’s […]

Book Review: Cutting Edge, by Ward Larsen

As a huge fan of Ward Larsen’s Assassin series, I could not wait to get my hands on Cutting Edge, the first in a new saga. Here is what is not different about Cutting Edge when compared to the Assassin books. Great characters. Still there. Non-stop action from start to finish. Yep. It’s there. A […]

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: The Big Law, by Chuck Logan

The Big Law is the second book in the Phil Broker series. And while I loved the first book (The Price of Blood), The Big Law just blew me away. It is about two years after The Price of Blood, and things have changed. Quite. A. Lot. Broker and his wife, Nina Pryce, find their […]