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Tad Ottman
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Star Trek: Discovery: Desperate Hours by David Mack
The novelization of the newest entry in the Star Trek universe gets off to a great start with Star Trek: Discovery: Desperate Hours by David Mack. Desperate Hours follows Lieutenant Michael Burnham aboard the Starship Shenzhou. The Shenzhou is called to a f...
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The Secrets She Keeps by Michael Robotham
Michael Robotham is as good as it gets when it comes to the psychological thriller and The Secrets She Keeps is latest example of a chilling thriller. Here we meet pregnant Agatha, who works part-time as a stocker at a little grocery store in London. She en...
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American Assassin by Vince Flynn
There’s a reason that other thriller writers compare themselves to and are compared to Vince Flynn. It’s because he’s as good as it gets. American Assassin is a great example as tension seeps in from the very beginning and the action scenes crackle. America...
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The Seagull by Ann Cleeves
The Seagull finds Inspector DI Vera Stanhope headed to a local prison to give a talk to a bunch of old prisoners on the impact their crimes have on society in this eighth installment in the Vera Stanhope series by Ann Cleeves. While there the former detecti...
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Blackout by Marc Elsberg
Blackout i s a timely thriller about the vulnerability of our electrical grid to a hacking attack, and the far-reaching implications when the power goes out for an extended period of time. Blackout begins when the lights begin to go out in Italy, and soon a...
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Artemis by Andy Weir
Everyone excited to see what Andy Weir would do for a followup to the massively successful The Martian can rest assured that he has struck gold again. Artemis is every bit as fun and another wild ride. Jazz Bashara has grown up on the moon in the small city...
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Terminal Alliance by Jim C. Hines
Terminal Alliance by Jim C. Hines is the hilariously entertaining first entry in the new military Sci-Fi series, Janitors of the Post-Apocalypse . A mysterious plague has wiped out much of Earth’s population and left the rest of humanity in a feral state. T...
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Valiant Dust by Richard Baker
Valiant Dust by Richard Baker is a promising start to a new Military Sci-Fi series with intriguing characters and a fascinating universe. The series (Breaker of Empires) is based on the colonization of Africa as European powers fought for dominance. Here, E...
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The Usual Santas by Peter Lovesey
The Usual Santas from Soho Crime is a near perfect collection of Christmas-themed mysteries. The collection brings together authors from all around the world with settings that are equally varied. The tone of the stories varies from light-hearted humor, to ...
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An Unkindness of Magicians by Kat Howard
Anybody who thinks that fantasy has run out of things to say about magic and magicians needs to read Kat Howard. An Unkindness of Magicians is a wonderful look at a magical New York City that lies side by side with the non-magical one, but is filled with al...
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