Tag: fbi

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: 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: KILL SHOT, by Vince Flynn

So. I just finished reading the second book in the Mitch Rapp saga. KILL SHOT picks up pretty much where AMERICAN ASSASSIN left off. Basically, Mitch Rapp works for an off-chute branch of the C.I.A. Black-Ops. He does things that need to get done, and without too many people knowing the details. He is essentially […]

OZARK: Why I Believe Ruth Is the Savior

*** There are no spoilers in this post . . . not really *** Netflix has been hitting it out of the park. Their original shows are some of the best on streaming, and better than most on regular television. The latest release, OZARK, starring Jason Bateman (as Marty Byrde), is no exception. If anything […]

Book Review: CABINET OF CURIOSITIES, by Preston & Child

Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child THE CABINET OF CURIOSITIES (Pendergast #3) Warner Books, 2002 466 Pages Thriller /¬†Supernatural Man, it was a long, long time ago when I first read RELIC, the 1st Pendergast book in the series. I remember loving it. The movie was so-so. I then read the second book, RELIQUARY, and same […]