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– “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 […]

-“The Last Patriot”

By Brad Thor (New York: Pocket Books (Simon & Shuster), 2008, 480 pages) Scot Harvath was in Paris with his girl friend Tracy Hastings recovering from his last assignment. Scot, a Navy SEAL who was assigned to the President’s Secret Service detail had been released by the President to seek and destroy terrorists wherever he […]

-Star Wars: Fate of The Jedi Series –“Outcast”

By Aaron Allston (New York: Random House Pub., 2009, 318 pages) “Outcast” is the first book in the new Star Wars: Fate of the Jedi series. The war is over, Jacen Solo is dead and gone, and the Galactic Alliance is expanding under leadership of Natasi Daala. In a move to consolidate her power and […]

-"Cross Country"

By James Patterson ( New York: Little,Brown and Co-Hachette Book Group, 2008, 406 pages) The latest offering in the Detective Alex Cross series. This story begins with the incredible slaughter and dismemberment of a family in Washington DC by a teenage Nigerian gang. Cross follows the evidence all the way to Nigeria and then on […]