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Safe Havens: Shadow Masters ((A Sean Havens Black &hellip by J T Patten
This tough thriller has the ring of authenticity. One gains the impression early on in the adventures of the central character, Sean Havens, that the author is writing about the world of conspiracy, assassinations, treachery and state deceit, from the viewpoint of participation. It seems he has been, or still is, part of the twilight realm of international skulduggery and ruthless extermination of people who get in the way of a secret plan. It is worth noting that the book has been reviewed and approved by the American CIA and Department of Defence.

The result is a book which contains some excellent passages of tension and action, but also some interminable stretches when the… Read more
Breaking Point: 13 (Joe Pickett) by C.J. Box
Breaking point
By C J Box

All over the world and especially in vast cramped cities like New York and Tokyo and London and Mumbai, people sit in miniscule flatlets, smiling in anticipation as they hold in their hands a magical portal which they know will whisk them away from urban pestilence.

It is the latest book by C J Box, which will transport them into the vast forests and towering mountains of Wyoming, where trout streams gurgle, herds of elk overflow the meadows and Good Guy Joe Picket will confront and vanquish evil in all its manifestations.

Joe is a ranger. He is monosyllabic, decent and always tries to "do the right thing."

Box's… Read more
Gray Justice (Tom Gray #1) by Alan McDermott
Gray Justice (Tom Gray #1) by Alan McDermott
Gray Justice (Tom Gray #1)
By Alan McDermott

This was the first in a series of Tom Gray thrillers which have established McDermott as a writer who can spin an engrossing tale - but more importantly, one which strikes a responsive chord in the hearts of his readers.

Once again, a successful novel holds a mirror to British society, creating its tensions and entertainment value by highlighting an issue which is exercising the minds of Britons today.

In this case it is crime and the limp-wristed way in which the British criminal justice system deals with offenders, a societal weakness which has outraged Tom Gray, a tough ex-military man.

When a… Read more