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CHIMERAS -- detective thriller available in Kindle/ePub for reviews

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Comment by Beck Valley Books Blog on April 9, 2014 at 1:25pm

http://itsmysideoflife.com/2014/04/curse-moon-cold-war-rising-by-le...

Curse The Moon - Cold War Rising by Lee Jackson

Curse The Moon - Cold War Rising by Author Lee Jackson 'a thrilling story filled with a lot more than adventure and action, it's filled with a surge of emotion and an intense amount of hope' reviews My Side Of Life

"Ready for some fast passed adventure and an exciting thriller? Curse The Moon by Lee Jackson is it ! From the first page you are thrown into troubling times right smack dab in the middle of the Cold War in Cuba.

Atcho is his code name, driven by his love for his country and even more for his family we meet a man that takes us right into the thick of things. While leading guerrilla fighters Atcho is captured and cast into the darkened dungeons where he fears the worst is to come, and he's right. The worst has yet to come for him. As the book goes on you are taken back by the struggles and hardships endured by the Cubans and those around them , really getting a feel of what was going on during those times.

Throughout the book Atcho's spirit is never once broken though. It was really inspiring to read actaully, you've got this man fighting for his life , fighting for his family, struggling through so much and yet the fight is still inside of him. The power behind this man shines through and the characters come to life on the pages. It really grabbed me from the start. You question whether he'll make it through to the end, if he can keep going and pull through or no which kept me on the edge of my seat anticipating what may happen next. Curse The Moon is a thrilling story filled with a lot more than adventure and action, it's filled with a surge of emotion and an intense amount of hope and that I really couldn't walk away from.

This was done so well, I really couldn't put the book down and look forward to reading more from Lee Jackson. If you enjoy a great plot with an incredibly well drawn adventure this book is for you. You won't be disappointed."

Read on ..........
http://itsmysideoflife.com/2014/04/curse-moon-cold-war-rising-by-le...

Comment by Mk - PopcornReads.com on April 9, 2014 at 12:20pm

The Cairo Affair by Olen Steinhauer: A Timely Geo-Political Thriller

If you like nail-biting spy novels, you’ll want to read our review of the new bestseller from Olen Steinhauer, The Cairo Affair, at http://popcornreads.com/?p=7285.


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Comment by Book Buzz on April 4, 2014 at 11:36am

Crime Suspense Available For Review

Thou Torturest Me
By R.M. Doyon
Publisher: CreateSpace
ISBN: 978-1484108253
Published: September 2013
Pages: 300
Genre: Crime Fiction, Suspense
Formats available for review: ebook, pdf, smashwords

IN A SEQUEL to his highly acclaimed debut novel, Upcountry, R.M. Doyon returns to Morgan County, New York and the tragic lives of the Schumacher family. It is a sultry Labor Day weekend in 2010 and the clan is gathering at a large lake in the shadows of the Adirondacks to celebrate a milestone in Hubie Schumacher’s life—and to effect closure on the events of that fateful Thanksgiving nearly four years before. Upcountry readers will recognize many of their favorite players, including Hubie’s daughter, Joanne, and the new man in her life. Central to the story, as well, is the county sheriff and the daughter he never knew he had. But new to the saga are Hubie’s literate younger sister, Barbara Cahill, her ailing husband, Roger, and their adult children. Daughter Ria is a beautiful and disciplined triathlete and their pride and joy. Her half-brother Brad, on the other hand, is a rudderless, drifting man who has forsaken college to fish, drink and live for the day. Joining them for the weekend—and seemingly beyond—is Ria’s beau, Nick, an angry yet magnetic man with a questionable past. Immediately, we are introduced to the enigmatic world of the ‘old order’ Amish, who have arrived from Ohio by the thousands, searching for inexpensive land and freedom from temptation. At twenty-one, Joshua Troyer is a strapping, intelligent but unhappy young man struggling with his father’s edict to shun the dangerous ways of the ‘English’ world. Following a chance roadside encounter, however, Joshua accepts Ria’s invitation to join their party by the lake, setting in motion a romance that sparks a bigotry-driven clash of cultures that rapidly escalates into violence and strife. In a narrative that brings the decades-long malaise of post-industrial upstate New York to life, Thou Torturest Me is a compelling, fast-paced story fueled by prejudice and principle that will leave readers clamoring for more.

For review copies contact:

R.M. Doyon
Email: rick.doyon@yahoo.ca
http://www.rmdoyon.com/


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Comment by Book Buzz on April 4, 2014 at 11:31am

Suspenseful Thriller Available For Review

Price of Justice
By Alan Brenham
Publisher: Black Opal Books
ISBN: 978-1626940833
Published: November 2013
Pages: 328
Genre: Thriller-Police Procedural, Suspense
Formats available for review: print, ebook, pdf

His focus is on solving the murders–until the unthinkable happens…

Recently widowed, Austin Police Detective Jason Scarsdale works to solve the murders of two pedophiles, while trying to be both mother and father to his five-year-old daughter.

During his investigation, Scarsdale is forced to navigate between the crosshairs of two corrupt police commanders out to get him. Drawn to Austin Police Crime Analyst, Dani Mueller, who has also suffered tragedy, Scarsdale fights both his attraction and his suspicions that something just isn’t right…

She is hiding a secret, one that could not only cost her a job–it could end her life…

After her daughter was brutally murdered, Dani exacted her revenge then changed her name and fled to Austin. But if her secret ever gets out, she knows there is no place she can hide from the murderer’s vicious family.

Pulled into a web of malice and deceit, Scarsdale and Dani discover the value of breaking the rules. Then just when they thought things couldn’t get worse…they do.

Alan Behr
Email: alan@alanbrenham.com
Website: http://www.alanbrenham.com

http://bookreviewbuzz.com/suspenseful-thriller-price-of-justice/


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Comment by Book Buzz on April 4, 2014 at 11:18am

Crime Fiction/Humor Available For Review

The Carrier
By Preston Lang
Publisher: 280 Steps
ISBN: 978-82-93326-18-2
ASIN: B00JD0LVN8
Published: March 2014
Pages: 235
Genre: Crime Fiction/Humor
Formats Available For Review: Kindle, pdf

A drug courier gets held up by a sultry-voiced girl he picks up in a roadside bar. Throw in a sinister brother, bosses, a fast talking sex-offender and his oversized neighbor, a gum-loving Puerto Rican girl, stalks of corn and bars of gold, and you have… The Carrier, the debut crime novel from Preston Lang.

If you like Tim Dorsey and Laurence Shames, The Carrier will be right up your alley.

For review copies contact:

Kjetil Hestvedt
Email: kjetil.hestvedt@280steps.com
Website: http://280steps.com/books/the_carrier


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Comment by Robin Austin on April 4, 2014 at 1:09am

The Cut-Out

Jon King

99 Cents Starting 4/4

Amazon

When the American called me up and said he wanted to talk, I never imagined he would tell me what he did: that someone of global renown, “within days from now”, would be assassinated.

Why tell me? A low-key conspiracy journalist? I didn’t know. And quite frankly, I didn’t believe him, either—until the assassination happened…

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Comment by Mk - PopcornReads.com on April 1, 2014 at 9:23am

The Rich and the Dead by Liv Spector: Book Review & Giveaway

Like a good detective murder mystery? The Rich and the Dead has an interesting twist. Enter to win it at http://popcornreads.com/?p=7258. It’s part of the Fools for Books Giveaway Hop!


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Comment by Alan Porter on March 27, 2014 at 11:23am

Just published, my new thriller, GM.

"Modern genetic science threatens chaos in a tiny African nation, in this controversial thriller of greed, betrayal and decades-old ambition."

Read Darmie Orem's interview, watch the video trailer, or find out more about the book!

Available now as ebook or paperback. Review copies available.

http://bookshow.me/B00ITVZWZ0

This novel is a good, fast-paced read from beginning to end. I highly recommend it for anyone interested in reading about the bubbling cauldron that is Africa today.

(Frank Monti, author of Midnight Sun)

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