Publication Date: August 25, 2019
In the Song of Nümenstar by A.J. Feagin, a group of Daejic students disappears. Commander Karawn Kross and the female Mystik Ka’myla Ad’uar embark on a mission to find them. What they find instead while searching the catacombs beneath the highly secure city of Soaleste can change everything.
A lot of authors attempt to boost their writing credibility by saying that their stories are like those of popular or bestselling authors and seldom can the similarity been seen by the reader. And, when it is, it comes off as a poor copy. This is not the case in Song of Nümenstar by A.J. Feagin. The Amazon entry likens Song of Nümenstar to Dune and Star Wars and I can see the likeness. The similarity falls in the incredible work Frank Herbert did in building the world of Aarkis. It’s in the pageantry and diversity of Star Wars. Continue reading Song of Nümenstar by A.J. Feagin
Publication Date: December 5, 2013
When Journalist Jethro Westhrop (Jet West) is framed for the murder of a woman that he just met, he can’t know how deep the plot goes. As he delves into finding the killer, he discovers a political conspiracy he could not have imagined.
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Publication Date: July 17, 2012
In The Fallen Angel by Daniel Silva, Gabriel Allon is called to the Vatican to restore a Caravaggio when a woman kills herself in St. Peter’s Basilica. Monsignor Luigi Donati, secretary to His Holiness Pope Paul VII, believes that her death is suspicious and, not wishing a scandal for the Vatican, asks Allon to investigate. The story, as Daniel Silva’s tales do, take us deep into a world of conspiracy and art theft to uncover the truth of why someone would want a Vatican antiquity specialist dead — and who hopes to kill Allon as well.
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Publication Date: October 18, 2011
In The Detachment (John Rain Thrillers) by Barry Eisler, Colonel Scott “Hort” Horton tracks Rain down in Tokyo and gives him an offer he can’t refuse, a massive payoff for the natural-looking deaths of high-level politicians who are plotting the destruction of the U.S. Rain brings the irrepressible Dox to the party while Hort sends in two of his operatives, Ben Treven and Larison. The men must make some tough decisions to stay alive when they realize that all is not as it seems. The Detachment (John Rain Thrillers) is the 7th book in the John Rain Series.
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