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-“The Apostle”

*NOW IN PAPERBACK By Brad Thor (New York: Pocket Books-Simon & Shuster, 2009, 516 pages) Brad Thor’s latest ‘Scot Harvath’ action adventure. This time it takes place in Afghanistan. It begins with the kidnapping of a American Doctor on a relief mission by the Taliban. They are demanding the release of one of their major […]

-“Riverworld”

By Phillip Jose Farmer (New York: Tom Doherty Assoc.,LLC, 2010, 443 pages, including two books: “To Your Scattered Bodies Go” and “The Fabulous Riverboat”) The first half of the book follows Sir Richard Francis Burton who along with everyone who ever lived from early Neanderthals up to 2200 AD were resurrected at the same time […]

-“Heart of the Assassin”

By Robert Ferrigno (New York: Scribner: Simon & Schuster, 2009, 356 pages) A non-stop action/adventure stand alone novel. The third and final book in the ‘Assassin’ series-previous: “Prayers For The Assassin” and “Sins of The Assassin” The year is 2045. The former United States is split in two major nations including The Islamic Republic based […]

– “The Lost Symbol”

By Dan Brown (New York: Doubleday, 2009, 509 pages) Another fast paced Robert Langdon novel by Dan Brown. This time the focus is on Washington DC and Freemasonry. Professor Langdon produces under pressure and threat once more to solve every clue and symbol put before him. The life of a close friend, Peter Solomon, is […]

-“Pirate Latitudes”

By Michael Crichton (New York: HarperCollins Publishers, 2009, 312 pages) The last novel of Michael Crichton published posthumously. I received the book as a Christmas gift and couldn’t put it down until the last page. Typical of any Crichton book, a lot of research must have gone into the work. The story is real and […]