Mysteries Thrillers Reviews

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Mysteries Thrillers Reviews

To enhance our entertainment force we have created a section for mysteries thrillers which will give you a non forgettable intrigue. People like being hang on suspense thus many visit this section to find out what we have in store for them. Most of the materials on offer are meant to make you mind keep guessing as you wait for the next episode. In the mysteries thrillers section you are sure to find the latest and some of the treasured antiques which you can find nowhere else; even in the oldest libraries. The members here generously donate all they have to this section and helped in reviewing every entry that is made. The mysteries thrillers section also just like others; offer a market place for the related items. Many publishers contribute exempts from the best of their books for review hence people rush to buy their books. So feel free to enjoy the best of the thrillers.
Displaying 1-9 of 9 result(s). The Y Factor By Liam Roberts
Posted by Richard R Blake. Published on Sep 02, 2009
Driven by intense hatred and extreme violence, the Muslim Brotherhood is in a battle for religious and racial supremacy. They are in a mission, a thirst for world power and domination. Celebrated scientist Ahmed Alomari is in a conspiracy to research the DNA of the Islamic race to the beginning of human history and to uncover the Y factor. Liam Robert's book "The Y Factor" had me mesmerized before the end of the first page. The book is a fusion of mystery, trepidation, and intrigue…
Tokyo Tango By Rika Yokomori Book Review
Posted by David Carter. Published on Aug 15, 2009
Saya is a classically beautiful Japanese girl of nineteen. She has no difficulty attracting men of all ages, and is happy to give them what they want. Sometimes they pay, sometimes not, though she doesn't particularly like any of them, and as for love, does that really exist?
Six Suspects – A Review
Posted by Nalini Priyadarshni. Published on Aug 05, 2009
A heady mixture of humor, tragedy, pathos and comedy, "Six Suspects" is a "whodunit" with multifaceted, richly textured narrative that is sure to provide first hand insight into contemporary India. The book is a pure entertainer and even the most mundane and sorrowful moments in the lives of the characters have been enliven by the interesting observation and witty comments made by them.
The Black Sea – A Novel By Richard Setlowe
Posted by Gail Pruszkowski. Published on Jul 06, 2009
I came across a used copy of "The Black Sea" by Richard Setlowe recently. This first rate thriller about espionage, fanaticism and piracy on the high seas was written in 1991 and proves that a great book will stand the test of time.
False Memory Book Review
Posted by Tonia Jordan. Published on May 05, 2009
Dean Koontz' False Memory tells a not-so-simple story of fear. Martie Rhodes takes care of her best friend, Susan, by taking her to a psychiatrist once a week. Susan has developed a strong case of agoraphobia, deathly afraid of leaving her home. One day, though, Martie develops her own fear, autophobia.
The Secret Keeper By Paul Harris
Posted by Gail Pruszkowski. Published on Apr 12, 2009
The Secret Keeper is an incredibly powerful debut novel by journalist Paul Harris, inspired by the conflicts he covered in Sierra Leone in 2000. Reading this novel is an intense experience. Harris brings life to a period of time the rest of us only know from newspaper accounts or TV. It would make a marvelous movie.
Lone Star By Edward Ifkovic
Posted by Patricia Reid. Published on Mar 20, 2009
Hollywood in 1956 comes alive as you turn the pages of Lone Star. Edna Ferber arrives in Hollywood for the filming of her novel Giant. Edna renews old acquaintances and meets new ones on the set of Giant.
Outstanding Alternative History Thriller Timely For Today!
Posted by Glenda Bixler. Published on Feb 27, 2009
When a professional in any field is also an excellent writer, the result is an outstanding novel! Sudden Threat by Army Brigadier General A. J. Tata is evidence of that statement and certainly, in my opinion, a must-read for thriller fans! Sudden Threat presents an alternative history story with timely relevance.
The Peter Shandy Series By Charlotte Macleod
Posted by Barb Carges. Published on Feb 17, 2009
Between 1978 and 1996 Charlotte MacLeod published ten Peter Shandy novels, all of them wild, wacky and witty. Her characters range from the straight laced to the totally demented. Her plots are frequently laugh out loud funny. If you like unconventional mysteries that are well written I suggest that you try this series.