Tag: Thriller

PIC Blog Tour Review: Executive Actions by Gary Grossman

PIC Blog Tour Review: Executive Actions by Gary Grossman

Executive Actions Gary Grossman Diversion Books January 11,2012 384 pages To Order eBook: provided by author RBM’s Disclaimer 5/5 Books An assassin takes aim at a Presidential candidate during a primary stump speech. The instant he pulls the trigger, the outcome of the election is irrevocably changed. But Democrat Teddy Lodge, an upcoming media sweetheart, […]

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PIC Tour Review: From The Ashes by Jeremy Burns

PIC Tour Review: From The Ashes by Jeremy Burns

From The Ashes Jeremy Burns Fiction Studio Books January 17,2012 394 pages Amazon|B&N provided by author RBM’s Disclaimer 5/5 Books Graduate students Jonathan and Michael Rickner, sons of eminent archeologist Sir William Rickner, are no strangers to historical secrets and archeological adventures. But when Michael is discovered dead in his Washington, D.C. apartment, Jon refuses […]

Posted 16 April, 2012 by Molly(Cover To Cover Cafe) in Book Reviews / 1 Comment
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Side Door Communications Blog Tour Review: The Last Plea Bargain by Randy Singer + GIVEAWAY!

Side Door Communications Blog Tour Review: The Last Plea Bargain by Randy Singer + GIVEAWAY!

The Last Plea Bargain Randy Singer Tyndale House Publishers February 17,2012 432 pages Amazon|BN provided by Side Door Communications through NetGalley RBM’s Disclaimer 5/5 Books Plea bargains may grease the rails of justice, but for Jamie Brock, prosecuting criminals is not about cutting deals. In her three years as assistant DA, she’s never plea-bargained a […]

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TLC Book Tour Review: Prime Suspect #1 and #2 by Lynda La Plante

TLC Book Tour Review: Prime Suspect #1 and #2 by Lynda La Plante

Prime Suspect Lynda La Plante Prime Suspect, #1 Harper Paperbacks January 17, 2012 288 pages Amazon|B&N provided by publisher RBM’s Disclaimer 4/5 Books The moment Jane Tennison takes over Scotland Yard’s investigation into the death of sex worker Della Mornay, two grim facts become immediately clear to her. First, that the constabulary’s old boy club […]

Posted 22 March, 2012 by Molly(Cover To Cover Cafe) in Book Reviews / 3 Comments
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