Book Review List
Act of Revenge by Robert Tanenbaum
The Blue Nowhere by Jeffery Deaver
The Burden of Proof by Scott Turow
Code to Zero by Ken Follet
The Coffin Dancer by Jeffery Deaver
Hannibal by Thomas Harris
The Inner Sanctum by Sterhen Frey
Justice Denied by Robert Tanenbaum
A Painted House by John Grisham
Pleading Guilty by Scott Turow
Power Plays Cold War by Tom Clancy
Praying for Sleep by Jeffery Deaver
The Rainmaker by John Grisham
Reckless Endangerment by Robert Tanenbaum
Red Dragon by Thomas Harris
The Silence of the Lambs by Thomas Harris
Special Ops by W.E.B. Griffin
Timeline by Michael Crichton
Tom Clancy's Net Force by Tom Clancy
Tom Clancy's Op-Center Mirror Image
True Justice by Robert Tanenbaum
Trust Fund by Stephen Frey
Tuesdays With Morrie by Mitch Albom
Veritas by William Lashner
The Vulture Fund by Stephen Frey
In an Arizina desert a man wanders in a daze, speaking words that make no sense. Within twenty-four hours, he is dead, his body swiftly cremated by his only known associates. Halfway around the world archaeologists make a shocking discovery at a medieval site. Suddenly they are swept off to the headquarters of a secretive multinational corporation that has developed an astounding technology. Now this group is about to get a chance to study not to study the past but to enter it. And with history opened to the present, the dead awakened to the living, these men and women will soon find themselves fighting for their very survival, six hundred years ago...
A compelling read, believable technology, immaculate attention to detail, adventurous and exciting. Definetly slated for a screen play...
Mace McLain is the hottest young gun at Wall Street's last great independent banking firm. Now he's just been named co-manager of a multi-billion dollar "vulture fund", an ultra-risk real estate scheme preying on naive investors. The powerful senior partner is willing to bet the bank on it. So is Kathleen Hunt, a gorgeous investment banker with high level contacts. What do they know yhay he doesn't?
No one better in financial thrillers. Drives you through with well paced action. Excellent albiet stunning conclusion. Stalwart on my shelf...
Deputy D.A. Butch Karp knows why people kill. For revenge, profit, survival, pleasure. But for some, murder is beyond reason... An elderly shopkeeper is found brutally slain in Manhatten. An undercover cop is shot to death while off duty. A third victim is spotted floating in the Hudson River, his skull pumped with 5 .22 claiber slugs. Three crimes linked by a single cryptic message. Three crimes that will plunge an entire city into an explosive urban nightmare. Three crimes whose far-reaching consequences will touch Butch Karp and his family in the most intimate, unexpected, and terrifying ways imaginable...
Excellent legal thriller, excellent thriller, period. A definite standout in the series, makes you want to read them all...
Used to defending an unpleasant parade of mob enforcers, two-bit hoods, and other riffraff, Victor Carl - lawyer, loser, and hapless hero of Hostile Witness - has a new case. A terrified young woman has offered him an unusual yet substantial proposition, to prove that the recent suicide of Philadelphia heiress Jaqueline Shaw was not a suicide at all, but murder.
A complex,but fascinating, read. Great plot, comical, entertaining yet a bit scary Kind of a tour through the lives of the rich and famous, Robin Leach would be proud...
It's summer in Memphis. The sweat is sticking to Rudy Baylor's shirt and creditors are nipping at his heels. Once he had aspirations of breezing through law school and punching his ticket to the good life. Now he doesn't have a job or a prayer, except for one: an insurance dispute that leaves a family devastated and opens the door for a lawsuit, if Rudy can find a way to file it.
My favorite Grisham work to date. David versus Goliath revisited with a little cloak and dagger for good measure. Fun and entertaining. Five Stars...
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