Book Series Review: The Red: The Trials, and Going Dark, Linda Nagata

Book Series Review: The Red: The Trials, and Going Dark, Books 2 and 3, Linda Nagata   Science Fiction/Thriller: The Red: The Trials,and Going Dark, Books 2 and 3, Linda Nagata   The story of Lieutenant James Shelley and The Red continues through a trilogy of books. After the events of the first book, Shelley […]

Book Review: The Red: First Light, Linda Nagata

Book Review: The Red: First Light, Book 1, Linda Nagata Science Fiction Thriller: The Red: First Light, Book 1, Linda Nagata   Lieutenant James Shelley is a very good soldier. He has a crack team and a lot of help. Cybernetic implants keep them connected to satellites, drones, and the latest intel. None of this […]

Book Review: Redemption, David Baldacci

Book Review: Redemption, Memory Man/Amos Decker Book 5, David Baldacci Thriller: Redemption, Memory Man/Amos Decker Series, David Baldacci Amos Decker may have an infallible memory, but he is not infallible himself. He can make mistakes. On a visit to his daughter’s grave in his hometown of Burlington, OH, a man comes up to him and […]

Book Review: The Sixth Wicked Child, J.D. Barker

Book Review: The Sixth Wicked Child, A 4MK Thriller Book 3, J.D. Barker Thriller: The Sixth Wicked Child, A 4MK Thriller Book 3, J.D. Barker The Fourth Monkey Killer, or 4MK, has terrorized Chicago for years. Detective Sam Porter has been trying to catch him, to the point of chasing leads across the country and […]

Book Review: Blood Type X, J.L. Delozier

Book Review: Blood Type X, Persephone Smith series, J.L. Delozier Thriller: Blood Type X, J.L. Delozier Dr. Persephone “Seph” Smith, FBI profiler, has a box of photos. The pictures are of William Blaine, the most wanted criminal in the world, responsible for the pathogen that killed nearly 50% of the world’s population. She caught him, […]

Book Review: American Spy, Lauren Wilkinson

Book Review: American Spy, Lauren Wilkinson Thriller: American Spy , Lauren Wilkinson American Spy is one of the deepest, most profound books I have ever read dealing with race, gender, imperialism, and American identity. Lauren Wilkinson has managed to weigh in on numerous deep and profound topics while weaving a tale of spycraft that stands […]