Tag: f.b.i.

Book Review: Oath of Honor, by Matthew Betley

Matthew Betley joined the Marines in 1999 and spent ten years as a scout sniper platoon commander, an infantry officer, and a ground intelligence officer. His background and experience have allowed him an amazing opportunity to slip into his current role as the author of military thrillers. I read his first book, OVERWATCH, in a […]

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 […]

Book Review: Predatory Kill

I won a copy of Kenneth Eade’s,  Predatory Kill through Goodreads. Below is my honest review, as promised. Authors, as an unwritten rule, are supposed to write about what they know. Eade is an attorney, and Predatory Kill is a legal thriller. The first legal thriller I ever read was not by John Grisham. It […]