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review 2017-08-07 12:44
full of action
Deliverance - Cole Jackson

When they describe this book as full of action, they are not joking. A great fast-paced easy read with wicked villains and great heroes. Reading Deliverance is like watching a great action movie. It's a classic shoot em up in a modern counter-terrorist setting.

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review 2017-08-04 17:53
very entertaining
The Count Of The Sahara - Wayne Turmel

Part coming-of-age drama, part exhilarating action-adventure, this is an excellent tale that transports you do a different time and place.

An amateur archaeologist is set on making a big discovery in the Sahara, but he has more than a harsh climate to battle. He must struggle against all who would have him fail.

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review 2017-07-31 12:58
Unusual but good
Who Follows - Diane M. Dickson

This is a good novel with a creepy stalker theme. It is difficult to point to why it is unusual without giving away some of the plot and that would spoil the surprise. Rest assured however, this is gripping and atmospheric.

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review 2017-07-24 16:26
knuckle-gnawing suspense
RETRIBUTION RIDGE: a dark, gripping and intense suspense thriller - Anna Willett

If Backwoods Ripper had you chewing your knuckles in suspense, Retribution Ridge certainly will not disappoint. But the tension has a deeper psychological twist in Anna Willett's later book, which has the reader sharing in the entrenched distrust that exists between the two sisters at the centre of this story. This is a book that taps into our own fears of past wrongs, which delivers an exciting, pacey read with the kind of eerieness and impending threat about it that will have you reading long past bedtime.

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review 2017-07-24 13:09
Falling Foul - A.D. (Bud) Craig

Great end to the series. Delighted to discover that the whole trilogy is available in a single, fat paperback. That's a couple of xmas presents sorted then.

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