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The Extinction Code (Warner & Lopez Book 5)
The Extinction Code (Warner & Lopez Book 5)
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5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent, 12 May 2017
Having now read all of the Warner & Lopez series (in a slightly odd order) I can honestly say how brilliant they all have been. I must admit that I didn't see the twist in this book coming so it was a great surprise. I am not tonight give any spoilers! Great plot, more character development, surprises, things going bang or book and an edge of your seat from beginning to end. I look forward to reading more as they are published.


The Nosferatu Scroll
The Nosferatu Scroll
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5.0 out of 5 stars Another brilliant read, 13 April 2017
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Great characters, lovely backdrop in the city of Venice. Mystery, myths, truth and fiction linked extremely well to provide an exciting book. The story fo!lowing Chris and Angela having a break in Venice when they visit the cemetery island where their problems start. In the meantime young girls have been taken from Venice's streets but only a couple of bodies have been found.

Could an ancient text help a young woman who has been taken from the streets live or will the evil men holding her stop her leaving them forever?


God's Last Witness: The fight to unearth the biggest cover-up in the history of the Catholic Church
God's Last Witness: The fight to unearth the biggest cover-up in the history of the Catholic Church
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4.0 out of 5 stars Generally great, 6 April 2017
On the whole the book was a great read. Generally good plot, the characters were brilliant. I only have a few minor negatives. Firstly, some of the descriptions about Rome I felt were too long and just padding. The other issue was the spelling and grammatical errors, so either whoever proof read needs shooting or this is a text to Kindle issue, but whichever it was, I found it quite annoying.
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The Sphinx Scrolls (The Ballashiels Mysteries Book 1)
The Sphinx Scrolls (The Ballashiels Mysteries Book 1)
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5.0 out of 5 stars A great first book, 23 Mar. 2017
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The characters are really different and are described really well, and some things pop higher you don't expect. Storyline has facts, humour, a decent plot generally with surprises thrown in for good measure

The author keeps the pace going with no obvious clues to what is on the next page so it keeps your attention. There are lots of sub plots that add to the overall content positively and without confusion.

Even when you get towards the end of the book, you discover that the story continues and a few more twists come along.

I really enjoyed this book and look forward to future books with the characters.


The Sword of Moses (An Ava Curzon Thriller)
The Sword of Moses (An Ava Curzon Thriller)
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5.0 out of 5 stars Maybe better than Angels & Demons?, 11 Dec. 2016
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A thoroughly brilliant read. Loads of detail, great characters and the storyline was gripping. I can't wait to read the second and third of the Trilogy. Dominic has taken on a lot of research and woven together a truly excellent novel. It should take pride of place next to Dan Brown's novels at the very least


The Plantation (Payne & Jones Book 1)
The Plantation (Payne & Jones Book 1)
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5.0 out of 5 stars Another brilliant story, 26 Nov. 2016
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Full of detail, graphic and black humour from Jones as ever. Chris researches the basics for his books so well giving them the details and background but with touches of writing genius. Keep it up.


Bring Him Back (Ben Hope Book 2)
Bring Him Back (Ben Hope Book 2)
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2.0 out of 5 stars Too short, 28 Oct. 2016
A good read as ever from Scott but the book was too short to really get the detail and storyline working correctly.


Dead Man's Footsteps (Roy Grace series Book 4)
Dead Man's Footsteps (Roy Grace series Book 4)
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4.0 out of 5 stars Good book but descriptive text paragraphs repeated word for word across the series of books., 13 Oct. 2016
Another excellent read from Peter, but the only problem I have noticed while reading these books back to back is that sections of descriptive text are repeated across all the books. If not read one after the other it probably wouldn't be so obvious. Annoying and perhaps shows a little laziness with the author. I am not aware of any other author that does this to the extent that are in this series.


Seven Days From Sunday (An MP-5 CIA Series Thriller Book 1)
Seven Days From Sunday (An MP-5 CIA Series Thriller Book 1)
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5.0 out of 5 stars An excellent first novel, 20 Dec. 2013
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This book came to my attention via recommendations from Amazon, and I really happy it did. The plot was well thought out, the characters developing as the story was told. Gonz is a likeable man with a great mix of being true to friends and colleagues yet ruthless when the situation requires it. Throughout the book, the "bad guys" are not always who you think they will be which adds an edge to the story.

There is not too much to add without giving away spoilers, apart from saying that you should definitely read this. I have already purchased the next in the series.


The Atlantis Gene: A Thriller (The Origin Mystery, Book 1)
The Atlantis Gene: A Thriller (The Origin Mystery, Book 1)

5.0 out of 5 stars A great first novel, 17 Nov. 2013
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This was a really fantastic read with mystery, science, fact and fiction all rolled into one great story. The lead characters of Kate and David we quite believable and you felt as though you were learning more about them as you go through the book. There was some scientific terms that made no sense to me at the start but this added to the suspense and personally I liked that about the book. I very much look forward to reading the next book in the series.


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