Posts Tagged ‘ thriller ’

Debut Thriller is a Race With Evil

October 3, 2012
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After a hotel explodes in Mexico City, all the evidence seems to implicate an American man, Alex Valdez, as the terrorist responsible for it. And the FBI is desperate to find the truth before the Mexican government can. In David Beers‘ debut psychological/supernatural thriller “Dead Religion” FBI agent James Allison leaves his family and journeys to Mexico in order to find what secrets lay behind the destroyed hotel and all the lives lost. To do…

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Five Moons Craving a Hero

September 14, 2012
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A soldier is caught up in the middle of an interstellar war, tasked with rescuing the princess he loves and solving a two-thousand-year-old mystery that just might yield the secret to bringing peace to both sides of the galaxy. In Paul T. Harry‘s science fiction epic “The 5 Moons of Tiiana,” Captain Rez Cantor is commander of the Imperial Army’s Shadow Guard, and is the personal attache to Princess Leanna, the sixteen-year-old daughter of the…

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Who’s Really Chasing This Killer? And Are They the Bad Guys?

September 10, 2012
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“National security” seems to be a nebulous, amorphous term in the world that Adam Spence inhabits. All about him there is infrastructure collapse, massive unemployment, riots, bombings, environmental disasters – and special enforcement squads, torture, and disappearances. In the new thriller “No Away” by Jim Wygant, someone is pursuing Adam Spence, a band of men, the new protectors of “national security,” maybe working for the government, maybe not. His pursuers regard him as a grave…

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A Suicide, A Homecoming, and Terror

September 6, 2012
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When Michael Herne’s high school girlfriend Melissa commits suicide, he makes the fateful decision to go home for her funeral. Michael hasn’t been back to his Catskills hometown since he left it, and a college football scholarship, behind more than a dozen years ago to join the Army. And Michael quickly learns that his hometown has changed, as he is soon pulled into a web of mystery and corruption surrounding Melissa’s death. There’s an abusive…

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