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Top Reviewer Ranking: 1,280 - Total Helpful Votes: 173 of 207
The Hell Of Osirak: (Betrayal) ((Betrayal, Redempt&hellip by Jaye Rothman
The Hell of Osirak is the first full length novel written by Jaye Rothman and is loosely based on a true story Operation Opera, but the characters are purely fiction. I was a bit reluctant to get on board this book as the author is not only unknown to me but the title is not something that appeals to me. But once I started reading it, there was no way I could stop midway as I was totally consumed by the pace and electrifying suspense

Crisscrossing countries and continents, The Hell of Osirak is set in England, New Zealand, Israel, South Africa, Zaire, France and Iraq, taking the reader on a rollercoaster ride of wild excitement and suspense as Nikki Sinclair, a ravishing… Read more
Tom Clancy: Support and Defend (Campus Novel) by Mark Greaney
Two months after Tom Clancy’s untimely demise, a Jack Ryan thriller Command Authority which he co-authored with Mark Greaney was released. If there is anyone whom the master storyteller trusts to carry on his legacy, it is Mark Greaney with whom he has penned several bestsellers. I’m delighted that this amazing author has come up with a tight, taut and terrific thriller that will delight Clancy’s fans and also cement his own place as a solid writer in the mold of the late storyteller.

Reading Tom Clancy's Support and Defend by Mark Greaney is not an easy one. I just can’t help comparing Mark’s writing with that of Tom’s which is quite unfair. But as his first solo Tom Clancy… Read more
Around the Village Green: The Heart-Warming Memoir&hellip by Dot May Dunn
Around the Village Green: The Heart-Warming Memoir of a World War II Childhood by Dot May Dunn is a delightful, touching and heartwarming recollection of her childhood memories of World War II. Dot May Dunn who was born in Derbyshire, the daughter of a miner, is also the Sunday Times bestselling author of Twelve Babies on a Bike and Bread, Jam and a Borrowed Pram.

This fascinating, moving and uplifting recollection of the war contains fourteen insightful chapters:
-Time Begins
-The enemy is here October– December 1939
-Who lives, who dies April– August 1940
-The Military Camp September– December 1940
-Changing times April– October 1941
-They pass,… Read more