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The Black: A Deep Sea Thriller by Paul E. Cooley

This had a bit of a Peter Benchley feel and to be honest, I really like one-off, fast paced thrillers that are tech- or science-based and at least pseudo-believable. And, for a buck as a Kindle promo, it was worth a … Continue reading

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Ancestor by Scott Sigler

I read Ancestor simultaneously with my husband, a definite non-reader. I bought him the paperback for his birthday and I also had a copy on my Kindle because we both LOVED Sigler’s last books Infected and Contagious. (What can I … Continue reading

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The Inner Circle by Brad Meltzer

This one’s about a secretive society (read: spy group) devised originally by George Washington to protect the President and provide him with useful information. The book is largely set in the National Archives which is fascinating to me as I … Continue reading

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