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Churchill's Queen: A fictional story based on actu&hellip by AJ Davidson
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Just love this story. Have read a couple of so-so tales recently and this can dull your anticipation, but this is just brilliant! It takes real events, clear understandings of the complex politics of Scotland and Ireland and gives us a wwii spy thriller worth sitting up all night for. Running about over Scottish mountains overnight, u boats etc, it reminded me of the 39 steps! I'm not going to give away the plot here, but the author has taken real events and woven it into the finest tartan and linen fabric to produce a robust and paging turning thriller with an excellent plot and sub plots. More please like this Mr Davidson!!
Force of Nature (Joe Pickett 12) by C.J. Box
22 of 22 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars another cracker!, 4 April 2012
Yet again CJ Box has proved that Joe and Nate make a double act to rival other great american landscape crime series such as James Lee Burke's Dave Robicheaux and Clete Purcel.

Starting off with the seemingly indestructible Nate being ambushed, this novel finally lifts the lid on some of the secrets that he has been habouring over the series. The story builds beautifully with a few, not altogether unexpected twists and turns, smoldering to a suitably violent crescendo. This novel concentrates more on Nate that our main hero Joe, but keeps the mythical wilderness of Wyoming as the common denominator and mother nature as the master.

The uncluttered story telling is… Read more