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Book Review: The Price of Blood, by Chuck Logan

For the next several weeks I plan to read eight novels by Chuck Logan. The seven books in the Phil Broker series, and what appears to be a stand alone, Fallen Angel. The first Phil Broker novel, The Price of Blood, I read in two sittings.  Phil Broker is an undercover cop. He sets himself […]

Book Review: The Terminal List, by Jack Carr

The Terminal List is a debut military thriller by former Navy SEAL, Jack Carr. And it is an explosive debut at that! With Mitch Rapp flavor, I found this novel impossible to put down. The storyline is straight forward, although there is nothing simple, or simplistic about the plot. When a Team of SEALS are […]

Book Review: The Blood of Brothers

The Blood of Brothers, by Domino Finn, is the second installment in the Sycamore Moon series. You can read my review of The Seventh Sons here. The back cover of The Blood of Brothers gives a synopsis of the novel, and reads: In the bucolic town of Sanctuary, a body is strung up to a tree […]