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Cooper's Revenge by T. L. Williams
Cooper's Revenge by T. L. Williams
4.0 out of 5 stars A good read, 22 Jun 2014
The Cooper of the title is an US Army Ranger killed by an IED while on patrol in Iraq.
When his Ex Navy Seal brother Logan who is just getting his life back on track following a serious leg wound, has a chance meeting with a Kuwaiti billionaire with his own personal agenda who agrees to provide all the financial backing he could want, Logan decides to put together a mercenary force to destroy a secret Iranian terrorist training camp, which they believe provided the expertise and training for the bombers.
The author is a veteran CIA operations officer which obviously lends a great deal of authenticity to the story.
This is an enjoyable book that maintained my interest… Read more
Fatal Act (Di Geraldine Steel 6) by Leigh Russell
4.0 out of 5 stars Enjoyable read, 14 Jun 2014
Last July Real Readers sent me Cold Sacrifice by Leigh Russell to read and review, and I had to admit that not only had I never read a previous Leigh Russell novel, but in fact had actually never even heard of her. That book was the first and so far only DS Ian Peterson investigation, a spin off character from her DI Geraldine Steel series of books. The latest book her sixth in that series Fatal Act I recently received from Real Readers and have just finished.
As in that previous book this is a modern day Police procedural, but in many ways it’s a good old fashioned detective story, just the three murders in over 300 pages hardly in keeping with usual body count of modern… Read more
The Cleansing by Sam Kates
The Cleansing by Sam Kates
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
An apocalypse is about to be unleashed the Cleansing threatens our existence and it is only just beginning.
This book is a terrific read and grabbed my attention immediately from the very first page until the last.
What is going on here, who are these “people” what exactly are they up to with their mysterious thermos like canisters, stop that no more no spoilers.
The characters are interesting and well drawn, good and bad, cruel and kind, sadness and humour, there is even Dusty a cute clever dog.
This is a clever well written story with an unusual take on the disappearance of the Dinosaurs and the rise of human kind.
This is book 1, and I hope book 2 is well under… Read more