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Mystery and Thrillers

There is a the Cozy Mystery Group, but I find that some books posted there do not fit in the Cozy section of mystery. This group is a place for anyone who loves to read a good mystery and/or thriller and/or action adventure book.

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My First Thriller!

I'm extremely pleased to announce that I've just released my first thriller! It's about 66% thriller, 33% romance, a big change for me! It's available at Smashwords and if you buy before the end of…Continue

Tags: romance, fiction, espionage, suspense, love

Started by Roselyn Jewell Sep 4.

CHIMERAS -- detective thriller available in Kindle/ePub for reviews 1 Reply

CHIMERAS is the first in a detective thriller series featuring LAPD Detective…Continue

Tags: hard-boiled, noir, procedural, police, mystery

Started by E.E. Giorgi. Last reply by Marika May 22.

Mystery Novel Available For Review 1 Reply

Mystery Novel Available For ReviewDeath by Sarcasm…Continue

Started by Book Buzz. Last reply by Deb Novack May 11.

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Comment by Russell Brooks on November 28, 2014 at 6:24am

THE DEMETER CODE by Russell Brooks is on sale today for $2.99 (originally $5.99) until Sunday on Amazon Kindle. Check out the latest 5 Star Review.

Comment by Mk - PopcornReads.com on November 25, 2014 at 1:54pm

Flesh And Blood by Patricia Cornwell: Thriller Book Review & Giveaway

Like forensic thrillers? Are you a Kay Scarpetta fan? Find out why I highly recommend Flesh And Blood, bestselling author Patricia Cornwell’s new Scarpetta thriller at http://popcornreads.com/?p=7936 and enter to win a copy now!


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Comment by Meghan Varner on November 23, 2014 at 8:34pm

While some predictable components this was a great read!  Check out my review and then hopefully this book by Nora Roberts! http://meghanvarner.blogspot.com/2014/11/the-collector-by-nora-robe...

Comment by Blood Rose Books on November 23, 2014 at 4:35pm

No Way Out is the first book I have read by Andrew Gross and while I did find some flaws in the novel, I really enjoyed the mystery and interconnected stories that he created. I would read another book by Gross. Check out my review at Blood Rose Books


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Comment by steven nedelton on November 22, 2014 at 5:35pm

THE LAST OMEN Paranormal, Horror Treat http://ow.ly/CdXyv Occult at www.snedelton.com #ASMSG #AllBook

Comment by Fuentes on November 22, 2014 at 6:18am

The Shiro Project by David Khara

No downtime, the story is fast paced and addictive. A thriller whose pages we turn eagerly to know more about the hero's adventures while traveling and reliving the pages of our dark history.

Lucie
http://newbooksonmyselves.blogspot.fr/2014/11/the-shiro-project-by-...


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Comment by Craig W. Dressler on November 20, 2014 at 2:00pm

Christian Thriller Review & Trailer

The Midwest Book Review said of the book: "Heart of Terror is an exciting twist of thriller and faith, very much recommended reading."  The novel is available as an ebook as well as in paperback from amazon.com and from the Barnes and Noble website.  Here is the book trailer link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r7GBz8Zn_08

Comment by Mk - PopcornReads.com on November 19, 2014 at 12:40pm

The Happiest People In The World by Brock Clarke: Review & Giveaway

Find out why I highly recommend this quirky mapcap adventure/spy thriller by bestselling and award-winning author Brock Clarke – and then enter to win a copy at http://popcornreads.com/?p=7908.


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Comment by Book Buzz on November 19, 2014 at 8:32am

Spy Thriller Available For Review
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Antidote: Clandestine Warfare in Modern Russia
By John Lonergan
Published: June 2014
ISBN: 978-1500361167
Pages: 295
Genre: Spy Thriller

Antidote, a new spy thriller deals with the real possibility of terrorists using germ warfare as a threat against whatever target appeals at the moment. Anyone who believes that germ warfare is unlikely should read, for example, the news about current problems at the Centers for Disease Control that required closures of two laboratories: Live anthrax bacteria were mistakenly transferred to an unsuspecting laboratory, endangering the lives of workers; and a benign flu was accidentally contaminated with the dangerous H5N1 bird flu strain. In addition, vials of live smallpox virus were recently discovered in a cabinet at the National Institutes of Health, where they had been stored since the 1950's.The threat is scary and real.

"Antidote" begins at a slow pace, entertaining in a this-isn't-bad-and-I've-nothing-else-to-do kind of way, but becomes a page-turner about the time that the Chechin is introduced. In this story, a group of Soviet Georgians develop a strain of common bacteria and create an epidemic against the Russian High Command. Robert Cook, a microbiologist in La Jolla helps track down the perpetrators through France, Moscow and the Georgian republic. The novel features the sights, sounds and tastes of those lands, while bringing in enough science to interest the lay reader who likes a galloping thriller...

Lonergan clearly knows a lot about microbiology and about the technology of growing and weaponizing pathogenic agents. He is adept at describing people and places, and he has written a compellingly frightening and believable story. The end leaves unanswered questions and curiosity unfulfilled; could there be a sequel?

For review copies contact:

John Lonergan
Email: lonergan.john@gmail.com
Website: http://www.john-lonergan.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/John-Lonergan-author/1461961827392742
Twitter: https://twitter.com/jolonerca
BookBuzz: http://bookbuzz.net/blog/spy-thriller-antidote-clandestine-warfare-...



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