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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 […]