Renee began the Throwback Thursday meme on her blog, “It’s Book Talk“ to share some of her old favorites as well as sharing books published over a year ago. Sounded like a good reason to join! My TT posts will not come from current ARCs or new releases. Means I’ll be going back over some of my oldies but goodies, my favorite authors, and some of my favorite stories from authors you might not have previously experienced. Hopefully, you’ll find either a story or author that interests you and you’ll check them out.
This week I am highlighting William F. Brown, another terrific, prolific author who has produced the Bob Burke series (Burke’s War), an Eddie Barnett FBI Counter-Terror Thriller (Aim True, My Brothers), and Ed Scanlon Cold War Spy Thriller (Winner Lose All), all of which were reviewed on Goodreads and noted below, as well as the one featured first, The Undertaker: Pete and Sandy Murder Mystery. He has actually written nine suspense novels released as eBooks and five as audio books on Audible. Half were published by St. Martins, Beaufort Books, and Harlequin Gold Eagle as well as foreign editions. He consistently runs approximately 4.5 stars for any of his books sold on Amazon. His books run full-tilt and keep the suspense going–no dull moments!
Originally posted June 14, 2017 Continue reading “#ThrowbackThursday – Author William F. Brown – Book Reviews”
Title: Resurrection America by Jeff Gunhus
Genre: Currently #2880 in Best Seller’s Rank in Books, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Science Fiction, Hard Science Fiction
Publisher: Seven Guns Press
Publication Date: June 5, 2017
Source: Sent by author as ARC for review
Resurrection America – Cover conveys subject
Resurrection America grabs reader interest immediately. It is a very small mining town in Colorado apparently a few years hence following cataclysmic nuclear attacks in big town America. Continue reading “Resurrection America – a Book Review”
When the Reaper Comes by John DeBoer
Publisher: Solstice Publishing
Publication Date: November, 2016
Submitted by author for review
When the Reaper Comes (Cover falls short.)
Like watching it play out on the big screen in full Technicolor and Dolby Sound, the action from the beginning pages of “When the Reaper Comes” by John DeBoer was so well laid out, it was difficult to hit the pause button until the last scene played out.
I do enjoy a good thriller and have read my share of both military and political themed novels, including stories that include the present day battle with ISIS. It seems that so much of the philosophy zooms over our heads and is usually far enough removed off our own soil that it is fairly easy to stick our heads in the sand and try to pretend it isn’t happening. Unfortunately, it is. America is no longer the isolated and protected country it once was. But don’t take my word–read the book. Continue reading “When the Reaper Comes – Review”