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Comment by Beck Valley Books Blog 13 hours ago

'John W. Mefford | Author is known for his fast paced, dangerous thrillers, the Booker series will not disappoint. An emotional rollercoaster with heart pounding suspense and a warm feeling of friendship and family' reviews Laura's Interests on Booker: No Más .......

OK, I know less Spanish than Booker which made it just as challenging to understand the situations he finds himself in during this present dangerous assignment. That added to the elements of suspense and danger.

Adrenaline filled! (Spanish comments are translated for both Booker and the reader.)

While this book works well as a stand alone, I recommend reading the entire series. In this novel Booker is in search of a former lover, who happens to be a psychopathic killer. He met her in book one at the destruction of her wedding with her wealthy fiance hanging off the side of a famous church tower.
(Doesn't that pique your interest?

What or who Booker finds this time will surprise you.

John W Medford is known for his fast paced, dangerous thrillers.
The Booker series will not disappoint. It is not my usual genre but I am hooked, devouring his novels like chocolate.

In earlier books we see not only Booker's professional prowess but also his personal, human side with his friends and his tender love for his six year old daughter. Being out of the U.S. that is not possible, yet Mefford manages to round out his character again. I love the street smart, manipulative, older than his years Bolt. I am not sure who does the better job of protecting the other this time.

I am not blind to the book's faults. Esteban's heroic actions at the end were weak and somewhat disappointing. Where did he come from?
Did El Jefe play a larger role in his kidnapping?
The action scene was amazing but the details left me with questions.

Parts of the dialogue I enjoyed were the references to well known tv shows and movies:

"I was half expecting to see a 1969 orange Dodge Charger fishtail into the alley..."

"I hate snakes..."

"...if all of this wasn't the greatest ruse since The Sting..."

Medford has a wonderful way with descriptive dialogue.
Former cop Valdez makes a wise connection:
In the future, if you're around I will always need my sidearm.

Booker watching Sean check his cell phone early in their acquaintance:
Got somewhere to be? A camel to hunt down, a country to save?

"Dissolving the chip on my shoulder had helped me open my eyes and my heart."

Do not hesitate to take on this series. You will be glad you do.
It is an emotional rollercoaster with heart pounding suspense and a warm feeling of friendship and family.

Read all about the new #book and series here....

Comment by Linda Weaver Clarke yesterday

Book Giveaway and Interview with Historical Fiction Author Bruce Judisch


Book Giveaway Aug 31 – Sept 12: You have a chance to win a signed two-book set of historical fiction, Katia and For Maria. To enter the contest, make a comment about the interview. Hard copy: U. S. and Canada


Katia centers on post-WWII and the Cold War in East Berlin, Germany, and the sequel For Maria deals with the “Kindertransport,” 1934-1945, during which thousands of children were saved from concentration camps and fostered overseas to await reunion with their families. The contemporary storylines in both novels feature Madeline “Maddy” McAllister, an exchange student in Katia and young journalist in For Maria. She is the prime driver of the crux events in both stories.



Comment by Ruth on Friday

Promo & Giveaway: Mylea @MyleanUniverse


Mylea tells the story of a civilization that has achieved incredible technical and scientific marvels. Yet, now, they appear to be helpless to save themselves from the total destruction of their planet by an approaching black hole.
The only apparent solution to their problem appeared to be here, on Earth. Their arrival could cause a sensation on Earth if it were widely known. The mission must be accomplished with the least possible contact with Earthlings. Can they trust the Earthlings they contact? Can the Earthlings trust them? Will they succeed or will Mylea be forever lost in the dark reaches of outer space?

Comment by Vanessa Morgan on Thursday

Goodreads Book Giveaway

Avalon by Vanessa Morgan


by Vanessa Morgan

Giveaway ends September 03, 2015.

See the giveaway details at Goodreads.

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Comment by Fuentes on Thursday

Wicked Cravings by Suzanne Wright

Really like the author imagination and way of attracting the reader to care for her personages.
A cool moment to spend with funny crazy touching lethal people.
Cool entertaining read.


Comment by Ruby Joanne on August 25, 2015 at 3:00pm

Check out my review of Get Real by Tellulah Darling. Rating: 4.5 stars/5

Comment by Olivia Roach on August 25, 2015 at 1:48am
Enter my US/Canada giveaway to win a hardcover of Neil Gaiman's collection of short stories, Trigger Warning!

Comment by Jerome Brooke on August 24, 2015 at 10:00pm

No Taboos Press  - Free and $0.99 Amazon promos Every Day August September – pen names Jerome Brooke – Jada Jackson – Sarah Cohen –   -----   and Giveaways – City of the Mirage / Jerome Brooke – paperbacks – ebooks  - PDRs  - review any books by Jerome Brooke – Juliet Baranne – Joan Barron – send us the link – full rules from

Comment by BookGirlR on August 23, 2015 at 4:34pm
New discussion post!  Join The Novels of the Change Readalong  with BookGirlR at BookGirl's BookNook Blog.

Comment by Olivia Roach on August 22, 2015 at 6:33am
It's my 2 year blogiversary! I have an INT giveaway going to celebrate, so check it out. 
Also, I am sharing some of my bookish photography during the same post.

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